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The journey of Space Cookies & Gorilla

1
48
11
1360
7 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
LST
weeks 4,5
ScrOG
weeks 17,16,...
Topping
week 3
Defoliation
week 9
Strain
Dinafem - Gorilla
Gorilla
Dinafem

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Strong

Okay wow! This strain really got me! Outstanding high quality strain! The smoking is lush yet it took me up to the sky. This is probably how angels are born, they just fall down after being high as funk.

The Outcome
Week
17
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
102
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
3.6
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
850
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
29.98
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
289 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
0.25
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
2.69
ft²
Grow Room size
0.01
ounce /watt
1.34
ounce/ft²
3.6
ounce /plant
107.43
watt/ft²
0.37
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Berries
Flowery
Sweet
Feels like
20% Sativa
80% Indica

Positive effects

Creative
Relaxed
Uplifted

Negative effects

Dry eyes
Dry mouth
Nutrients
Lights

These are some high quality LED I can highly recommend!

Tents

Really good quality of the materials

Commented by Hilkes_Herbs Hilkes_Herbs

This strain kicks ass! The Gorilla was 2 weeks younger than their sisters and it was the fastest plant that was ready to harvest PLUS it had the most weight! I hope there are no Gorilla semen in it. This strain is something I can highly recommend to any grower out there!

Grow Questions
Hilkes_Herbs week 4 started grow question 10 months ago
Having problems again and I don’t know what it is
Plants seem to grow slow and have some problems - thought it was Calmag but seems like it‘s something else. Stems are really thick
Resolved
Leaves. Other
Organoman answered grow question 10 months ago
Really thick stems can be a sign of excess calcium. The leaf problems look to me as burning caused by wetting the leaves and having the lights on. Cannabis only really needs extra cal/mag during flowering, any decent "grow" nutrients should have more than enough cal/mag in it to support the plants properly through the vegetative stage. There also seems to be some evidence of too much nutrients. Your plants are still quite young and may not need as much fertilizer as they are receiving. Looking at your diary, there seemed to be a fair bit of "stretching/reaching" for the light going on and this could be a reason for the slow growth you are worried about. Also noticed that your plants are in the corners of your tent, where light intensity is at its weakest. I would try moving the plants into the centre of your tent, directly below the lights. Try also reducing the nutrients to every second watering at the same time as moving them to the centre of the tent. Once they are showing increased growth and are a little larger, you could then go back to your previous feeding routine. The slow growth combined with overfeeding and the position of the plants, could all be contributing to the "less than hoped for" results that are worrying you. Hope this helps.... Organoman.
Hilkes_Herbs week 8 started grow question 9 months ago
Phosphorus? Potassium? CalMag? What is going on here?
So in week 8 after flushing with EC 0.4 and giving extra PK 13/14 afterwards (EC 1.9) there are still problems occurring. I personally think it’s a deficiency of potassium and phosphorus. Can anybody give me some advice or tell me how to fix it? Thanks!
Resolved
Leaves. Other
Plant. Stem - Red or purple
Feeding. Deficiences
Show all Answers (1)
Organoman answered grow question 9 months ago
Some are just yellow spots and of no concern - you will never have 100% perfect leaves 100% of the time. However, other leaves are certainly indicating problems somewhere. I would say, after looking at your diary, the damage is being caused by burning and not any deficiencies of any sort. My guess would be that you are giving bloom booster as well as a P/K booster together and it is more likely your plants are suffering with either phosphorous or potassium over load. My advice would be to just give plain water for the next 3 irrigations to let the substrate leach for a bit to remove any P or K build up, then when you go back to feeding, use only the Ata PK 13/14 or the B'Cuzz universal coco booster separately, and not together in the same feeding. It's one or the other, not both. Your plants will be fine for 3 irrigations of plain water, in fact it is probably wise to use just plain water every third or fourth irrigation to prevent any build up of mineral salts, and your plants will have a chance to scavenge any left over nutrients in the coco before being topped up again. Growth won't be affected, but your coco will stay "cleaner".
Hope this helps..... Organoman.
Comments
DoDrugs420
DoDrugs420 week 17

That's what's up!