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1st Grow - OR Huckleberry

3
24
14
1106
2 years ago
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
LST
week 9
ScrOG
weeks 6,7,...
Topping
week 4
Defoliation
weeks 5,6,...
Strain
Dynasty Seeds - Oregon Huckleberry
Oregon Huckleberry
Dynasty Seeds

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Neutral

Pheno 1 tastes like grape/blueberry candy and Pheno 2 has a sweet, lemon gassy taste. Both smoke smooth as silk at 1 week cure. Letting the trophy buds cure longer of course! Effects include a strong, sleepy stone that is slightly psychedelic yet clear-headed. Good for increasing appetite as well.

The Outcome
Week
15
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
106
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
3.74
oz
g
Bud dry weight
Harvested
2 plants
Number of plants harvested
Light
150 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
0.58
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
6.25
ft²
Grow Room size
0.02
ounce /watt
0.6
ounce/ft²
1.87
ounce /plant
24
watt/ft²
0.32
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Berries
Citrus
Sweet
Feels like
20% Sativa
80% Indica

Positive effects

Euphoric
Happy
Sleepy

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Lights

Great light for a first timer such as myself. I will likely aim for growing 1 plant under it as opposed to 2 next time I use it.

Commented by mapfrog mapfrog

Oregon Huckleberry was a pleasure to grow and is now a pleasure to smoke! Loud berry smell and taste. Pheno 1 leans Blueberry and Pheno 2 leans Morning Glory. I wish I could have gotten closer to that 1 gram per watt goal but I am pretty pleased with the yield I got. Next time I know to raise the nutrients a bit and possibly add more light. Looks like I can say goodbye to the dispensary for quite a while.

Grow Questions
mapfrog week 7 started grow question 2 years ago
Week 7 Burnt Leaves?
You can see in week 7 that the right plant has some underdeveloped/burnt leaves and yellowing towards the top. Does this look more like light burn or a nutrient problem? I fed with Root's Bloom at the beginning of flower.
Resolved
Leaves. Tips - Burnt
Leaves. Color - Yellow
Show all Answers (3)
TheBudWhisperer answered grow question 2 years ago
That's not nute burning bud - you can tell because of the lack of uniformity. If it were nute burn you'd see the very tips of ALL the newer leaf growth start to go a little yellow. In your case, it's only presented on a localized area of the plant and it's also spotty across various fingers of the affected leaves which suggests that particular part of the plant is in a hot spot for your grow light. Makes sense given that the area in question is pretty much in the middle of your grow space. I'd run your light up a couple inches to 20"-24" from the canopy and you should be fine. She's still only in the 1st week of transition so she doesn't need to be blasted at close range just yet. Best of luck!:+1:
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