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A few home bred strains, hybrids from commercial strains, containing a mix of Satori, Krystalica and California Dream from Mandala Seeds crossed with a male G13 Widow from Mr. Nice Seedbank. All proved excellent outcomes, mainly head trips as per my preference, with the newly named "West Coast Widow" (the Cali Dream cross) proving a beautiful fruity and intense, but balanced effect. The Satori cross is a rocket ship to infinity and beyond, while the Krystalica cross is somewhere in between, a big mind trip, but at the same time, very grounding. Looking forward to further grows and doing some "pheno hunting". BTW, Mandala rock with well selected genetics and stable and productive plants that never fail to satisfy. You won't find any Dosi Cookies Zkiitlez OG Glue here, but landrace based cannaseur genetics that are pure and how pot used to be before the THC wars began. Mandala had achieved that in their own quiet way, basing their strains and breeding philosophy of only breeding with "the best of the best" and were "pheno hunting" while the industry was still in diapers. Well worth checking out by discerning home breeders looking for gems. Sensibly, you won't find and effing autos there! There also is a "Orange Thai Widow", a cross between the G13 pure male and a Sweet Seeds "Cream Mandarine XL Auto", that proved to be normal, that is not automatic and not early/fast flowering type, but a beautiful fruity and chunky crowd pleaser wherever I went! Wish I had more! Might be time next Spring!
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Thank you for your recommendation of the fantastic book by Robert Conell Clarke! Not only did it (partially) answer my question, it was also a very interesting (and strangely up-to date for such an old book) read.
LesClaypool_777
LesClaypool_777
ORGANOMAN , firstly thx for the guidance and fkn outstanding detailed explanations to my grow ?. (Exuse my vulgarity but it is well deserved). I figured out how to comment on answers to this site just recently, and have not needed till know. Neways, I can tell your a man of not just intelligence but of humility! And actually want to help! For this I commend you. Will look forward to your experience and knowledge in the future! Regards, LesClaypool_777 🤝👊
Cootabykiz
Cootabykiz
Haha your a legend mate thanks for your reply’s !!
Classified_01
Classified_01
Where might I get the the best instruction on lollipoping... if you have the time that would be awesome. I'm in week 5 of flower. Crown Royal.
mamey
mamey
@Organoman, slm kardeşim sana güvenerek kesicem benim kızları peki bunları nasıl tekrar vegativ yani grow hale nasıl getirebilirim doğal yöntemle daha önceki 3 ağacımda denedim olmadı serada neler yapabilirim
Ghostknife78
Ghostknife78
@ORGANOMAN, Can you lollipop in week two of flower without causing too much stress?
Organoman
Organoman
@Classified_01,Howdy, thanks for your comments! Week five is a little late but not too late if done thoughtfully. I looked in your diary at your beautiful plants (!) but as there are no recent pics, so, hard to say exactly what you need to do in your situation. However, "lollipopping" as a principle is about removing the smaller, lower growths that are not getting as much light as they need to be able to grow into chunky flowers. Now that you are at week 5, this should make it readily identifiable which of the lower branches look behind in formation or are much smaller/slower than the other, higher up branches. Usually they are thin spindly and stretched branches. Removing them by "lollipopping" means the plant will not be sharing her energy growing these smaller and fluffier lower growths. I like to remove the little "crappy" flowers, but try and leave behind (although not critical) any healthy green leaves to continue photosynthesising and therefore making energy your plant needs to grow her flowers. In effect, you are thinning out all the weaker branches and leaving all the upper and bigger growths. A quick google of lollipopping will bring up many options, but the one I found that I thought provided reasonable information (I didn't look at many though!) was on the "how to grow marijuana" website, although I wouldn't recommend going as extreme as they have depicted and especially not their "lollipopping down" technique! They do however mainly insist that it is done only during veg, but, if you are sensible and only remove the obvious smaller, weaker growths without removing more than 5-10% (max) of the total plant volume, you shouldn't run into or produce any adverse effects. You will soon get a "feel" for it and identifying what to remove becomes almost instinct like. I usually "tidy up" my plants as needed throughout the growing period, removing small or slow growing branches as they become apparent, then after 2-3 weeks of flowering or maybe a bit longer, go over my plants again and do a "final lollipopping/tidy up then, again removing all small and spindly flowers growing poorly or without enough light and then leave the plants to finish without any further disturbance, unless removing yellow leaves. Good luck and happy harvest! .... Organoman.
DrCris
DrCris
Thanks for your help Organoman! God bless you
BRLGrow
BRLGrow
Thanks for always enlighten me w your inputs. Always learning Cheers
ROGROWZ
ROGROWZ
Thank you so much for your detailed response to my question . Also the complement in my photos ! I will definitely take a look at you images and info to compare and study from for males and hermits ... I appreciate it !
Free_I_grow
Free_I_grow
Thank you for your good word on my maybe weak stemmed seedling. It is so good to know I am not going this completely alone. I think I will give her 1/2 inch of peat moss and drop the light 3 inches.
Filippo33
Filippo33
Hab die Bilder aktualisiert, danke im voraus. Vielen Dank für die schnelle und sehr informative Antwort. Wünsche noch ein schönes Wochenende 🤝🏼
PeppeItalia
PeppeItalia
Grazie per la tua risposta e della tua conoscenza messa a disposizione.
Mr_Wilson
Mr_Wilson
Thank you Organoman for all the tips on my diary's and answering my questions. Your plants look great.
Classified_01
Classified_01
I can't thank you enough for taking the time out of your day to provide me with that detailed lesson and makes complete sense. Many thanks and I'm always open for more grow lessons!
BullyPonics
BullyPonics
Give me some feedback on the grows. More to come, got 2 grows i didnt upload yet 🙏🏾 much appreciated
Hazemaster420
Hazemaster420
@BullyPonics, We’ll upload them shits cuzZ!
bobo66
bobo66
thanks for your help ! you are cool, then just plain clear water should I water the plants? would you write to me in private?
Homestickycannabis
Homestickycannabis
Hey there and happy holidays. You had answered a grow question for me and mentioned a flush. What if I'm growing with no bottled nutrients? I amend my substrate with Natures Living soil concentrate and only water with ph'ed tap water. Do I still need to flush.
ShadokinVeil
ShadokinVeil
Thank you so much for helping me out with my PH question. I also found a very useful tip you gave another person about using the "plastic bag over top of germinating seed cups" and how it is not good. great tip, I had one come up and start to wilt but I removed the hood and it recovered and the other 2 came up soon after, so thank you again.
Calais
Calais
Came over to stalk diary's haha cant find any so now im leaving ;) haha cheers!!
Southofheaven
Southofheaven
Hey thanks for the great info. Serpentine layering aye thanks for the knowledge, your a smart man, and this gives me creative mind a new lead, cheers
snowball
snowball
Thank you for your feedback. I have posted new pic's today that are clear.
Mc3Rings
Mc3Rings
Thanks for your feedback on the Question re reflected light. Will defo follow your tip there! Keep well. Thank you