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California Kush

2
32
8
759
2 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
LST
weeks 4,5,...
Topping
weeks 5,7
FIMing
weeks 4,7
Defoliation
weeks 7,9,...
Strain
Anesia Seeds - California Kush
California Kush
Anesia Seeds

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Neutral

I love the different colors of the phenotypes. One of the three plants has light purple leafs another is purely green and the favored one is very purple. The first pleasure has a very mild taste and presses very lightly on the lungs. I will deliver a more detailed taste report in a few weeks when the flowers have ripened.

The Outcome
Week
23
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
176
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
6.21
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
582
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
20.53
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
3 plants
Number of plants harvested
Light
310 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
3.28
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
35.31
ft²
Grow Room size
0.01
ounce /watt/plant
0.18
ounce/ft²
2.07
ounce /plant
8.78
watt/ft²
0.08
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Berries
Earthy
Tropical
Feels like
35% Sativa
65% Indica

Positive effects

Happy
Relaxed
Uplifted

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Nutrients

I cut the fertilizer in half from the start. Just to see how the plants react to it. In itself, the fertilizer is easy to dose and mix.

Lights

I am thrilled for my first grow with this lamp. for comparison I had a full spectrum lamp from another brand. the blossoms are nowhere near as beautiful as under this light.

Tents

This tent does his job.

Translate

I learned a few things about plants during this grow. With this grow alone I got to know three different phenotypes. The different training methods didn't make much difference. The first plant has 180g, the second 200g and the third 192g. I'll use bubblebags to make my first hash from the leftovers. During the harvest and the fine cutting, the plants flooded the house with a sweet, lemony scent. I am surprised by the taste and the effect in a few weeks.
In addition to the yield of the harvest, I made 6.7g hash from the waste (about 80g). with the help of Bubblebags. That Kush has changed astonishingly. It is just as mild as at the beginning but offers a really pleasant high. The taste has something of fresh berries mixed with mango and papaya. Still, it has the usual tart, earthy aromas. I am completely satisfied and can only recommend this strain.

Grow Questions
Djiny week 7 started grow question 6 months ago
3rd shoot
Has anyone of you seen this before? A new shoot is created directly at the topping cut. Although two new shoots had already developed.
Resolved
Plant. Other
Show all Answers (2)
MaxwellSH answered grow question 6 months ago
Yes, lol. Look at my Fromage Bleu (Barneys Blue Cheese. Week 4, bottom pic. it is now a nice branch with a beautiful big bud. I also have a bud that is Polyploid, so I'm guessing it just a genetic glitch, but IMHO i think makes for a great strain of weed.
Djiny week 11 started grow question 5 months ago
Little visitor
what could these little animals be? are they threatening? they are only in one of the three pots. all filled with earth from the same batch. saw her for the first time after eleven weeks.
Resolved
Other. Bugs
Show all Answers (5)
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 5 months ago
Hi thses guys looking like Springtails, they eat dead organic material. To get rid of them you can set some Predatormaites like Hypoaspis miles or Hypoaspis aculeifer.
You can drown them ( taking the hole plant into a bucket) and fill it with water, then they drown in the water You have to transplant the plant after to get rid of all of them......
So its good that yo are still in vegetation satge, I think your Plant can handle it to get 30 mins her roots under water. But i would order some predator mites too
Djiny week 19 started grow question 3 months ago
Nutrients?
Could anybody tell me what Kind of nutrient she need? Or whats her Problem?
Resolved
Leaves. Color - Dark-brown
Grass_slinger answered grow question 3 months ago
Molybdenum being locked out from a low PH could be the problem , you should try feeding about 6.5
Djiny week 21 started grow question 3 months ago
What could this be?
I have no idea what this could be! It came in one night and affected several sun sails. Pnly small black dots. The environment has not changed. Continuous temperatures and a relative humidity of 40%
Resolved
Leaves. Color - Black or grey
Show all Answers (1)
The_420 answered grow question 3 months ago
Hello, it looks like a manganese deficiency.
Early detection of manganese deficiency can be corrected by rinsing the soil with pH 6 water and adding a low nutrient solution. It is also wise to ensure that there is not too high a concentration of iron, and then iron adversely affects the absorption of manganese. If the problem does not resolve in a week, you can use manganese chelate.
Unfortunately, if the plague occurs during flowering, you will have to proceed to the drastic size of the affected parts. Remember not to remove everything at the same time, too large leaf size can cause unnecessary stress to plants.
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Comments
Psilocubensis
Psilocubensis week 23

Great plants!! What difference did you spotted between plastic and smart pot?

Djiny
Djiny

@Psilocubensis, Thank you! On the one hand, I noticed that the plants in the smartpods need significantly more water. On the other hand, the root structure in the plastic pot is on the edge of the earth and pot. There is a large hole inside the root system. So no roots. In contrast, the root structure in the smartpod is continuous. unfortunately yesterday i shredded the root balls directly. Otherwise I would like to have attached a photo.