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Peyote Critical (Barneys Farm)

Approved by Barney's Farm
4
33
11
991
4 months ago
VEG
LED / 600W
Custom
FLO
LED / 600W
Custom
BioBizz
Nutrients
Atami
Nutrients
Custom
Tent
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
LST
weeks 4,5,...
Topping
week 4
Defoliation
weeks 8,7,...
Strain
Barney's Farm - Peyote Critical
Peyote Critical
Barney's Farm

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Strong

Grows beautifully. Pest and mould resistant. Would highly recommend for new growers. Lots of frost and smells beautiful. Could have gone an extra week but time was not on my side. Took a sample bud that I'm going to speed the drying time up so I can post my high/taste review. Overall great and easy plant to grow.

The Outcome
Week
17
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
50
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
1.76
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
220
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
7.76
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
600 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
2
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
21.53
ft²
Grow Room size
0
ounce /watt/plant
0.08
ounce/ft²
1.76
ounce /plant
27.87
watt/ft²
0.05
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Cheese
Flowery
Fruity
Feels like
10% Sativa
90% Indica

Positive effects

Happy
Talkative
Uplifted

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Nutrients
Commented by GeekSayWhat GeekSayWhat

Could have waited one more week, but she has done fine. Lots of growth, 5 main heads. Lots of pop corn buds. Can't wait to smoke it. I could have trained it better also

Grow Questions
GeekSayWhat week 4 started grow question 7 months ago
when to switch to flower?
I am 29 days from germination. How long would you all suggest I keep her in vegetive stage for going of my pictures?
Thank you :blush: x
Resolved
Plant. Other
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Beangineer answered grow question 7 months ago
Your growth is looking very good so far! Are you seeing any pre-flowers? Typically 5-8 weeks after germination the plant will be mature enough to flower and produce a decent yield. This is dependent on the genetic characteristics your strain has. If you are seeing pre-flower you should be good-to-go!
GeekSayWhat week 5 started grow question 7 months ago
White dusty looking stuff
I have a pure white substance on the top of my soil, should I be worried. My RH is at 50% and temp is around 26 in the day, and 21 at night. It doesn't seem to be effecting the plant at all. What should I do?
Thanks
Resolved
Other. Mold
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HighFromHome answered grow question 7 months ago
I had the same on mine. Just scrape away all visable areas and dispose of. Can add more new soil if you like but let the top dry before watering again. Hope this helps
GeekSayWhat week 5 started grow question 7 months ago
leaf tips pointing down
leaf tips pointing down
Over the past 5 days I've noticed my leaves are starting to point down.. but otherwise are looking healthy. Its not nitrogen burn or wind burn. My RH is around 60 and temp is around 26.5 daytime and 21 at night. Also she isn't root bound. Any suggestions?
Resolved
Leaves. Curl down
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Removed answered grow question 7 months ago
That is something called "the claw", is a symptom of too much nitrogen (grow nutes); see also how dark green colored are the leaves? They are supposed to look light green, not dark. 1.3 EC is a too high for this stage, 0,8 EC (400 PPM) is much healthier for now, 1.2 EC to 1.5 EC (600 to 750 PPM) are level of feeding for plants in the flowering stretch. Stop feeding for now, let it consume whats already on the soil.
GeekSayWhat week 14 started grow question 5 months ago
How long? How big can I expect?
How far from harvest do you lovely people think I am away? The buds are looking good... but how much bigger will they get come harvest time?
Resolved
Buds. Not fattening
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MangoDudu answered grow question 5 months ago
You have like another 3/4 weeks with 2 of flush , the buds will double in size , i start flush wen i see the thricome start turning cloudy and i harvest when they start turning amber
GeekSayWhat week 14 started grow question 5 months ago
Flushing
Do I need to flush when I am only using organic nutrients? I am getting mixed messages on the Internet and various forums... some do and some don't, whats best?
Thanks as always :grin:
Resolved
Other. General questions
Plant. Other
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gmslave answered grow question 5 months ago
When you grow straight into the ground, organic, there is no flushing. You really dont need to but I did when I grew soil in planters just for a week. No need but it's really up to you. Flush one leave the other. See if you can taste or smell a difference. Cheers
Comments
heizen
heizen week 17

Nice grow mate, plants are looking good, keep it up, imma follow this one upclose.