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@SUMAN
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I'm in the fade waiting for 30% amber it's taking forever tho, no amber as of yet on any plant also the barneys farm runtz muffin strain hermed on me...😮‍💨also put the runtz muffin in 3days of darkness Friday chopped today Tuesday Sept 5
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@Lazuli
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This strain has huge fat buds everywhere there was not one popcorn bud sooo i think this is a keeper
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@tiasmaaa
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really incredible smell, it think this strain have super good potential but in my case the buds are fluffy af
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@tiasmaaa
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pretty happy, it takes much week because of the weather
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@tiasmaaa
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pretty happy for a first time with autoflowering, fertilizer etc. it was nice to have answers to all the questions I answered, good community.
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@Reyden
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Ho tagliato proprio oggi questa magnifica Runtz RQS che mi ha dato bellissime gemme dall odore tropicale e dalle cime belle piene di resina che non vedo L ora di assaporare con il mio nuovo Vaporizzatore appena riparato ehehe 👨‍🍼 Sono rimasto sorpreso dalla linea di fertilizzanti organici RQS per la loro facilità di impiego che non mi hanno dato nessun problema durante il ciclo di crescita… Spero di poter usare una lampada più potente per il ciclo invernale perché ho da mettere diverse piante questa volta è voglio pompare con 450/600W per sfruttare lo spazio a disposizione 🧞‍♂️🤳🏻🎄
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@MrJones
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The yield this run was just amazing, the VIPARSPECTRA XS-2000 performed very well, they run so cool, it's just crazy, you can set the lights about 10 inches from your plants at 70% without fear of burning them, sweet seed cream mandarin auto al, always yields very well, this harvest was even better, largest amount from any Auto Flowers yet, I know that you folks that grow DWC can push it a bit better but when grown in the soil the terpenes and flavors seem to be a click better in my opinion. If you have not tried these seeds you just have to, you will not be disappointed!
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Tuve improvisar y arriesgar una plaga, con unos guias de sauce que tenia de una poda del jardin, no le logre guiar par a toda la carpa pero me servirara para cosnstrastar los resultados, ya se ven muchos mas tricomas consireblamente.
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Week 9 was a tough week for the plants, but they pulled through! First, we are experiencing a heatwave where I live which has caused me some headaches for figuring out how to make the environment plant-friendly. Growing indoors is much tougher than I thought it would be 😅. So the room where the plants are has reached the max temperature of 38 degrees celsius. I decided to take the plants out of the tent and into my bedroom facing the west side window for ultimate sun exposure. Unfortunately, I cannot have the plants in my bedroom overnight since my husband has allergies. So, I placed them back in the tent at night. Throughout the week, I took some timelapse videos of the plants in front of the sun, and it is truly fascinating how plants understand the power of the sun, soil, water, and air. I think that plants would rather be grown by sunlight than LED lights, they get to move to the rhythm and speeds of solar and ecosystem, and it's amazing to witness in timelapse! Anyways, by the end of week 8, the plant looked hungry and big enough to be repotted. So, I gave it some Gaia Gree all-purpose nutrients and repotted her in a larger container with some fresh soil. The first few days of repotting, the plant seemed to have experience stressed. Its leaves were floppy, and there was not much growth. By the end of week 9 the plant looked much happier, fuller, and greener!
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@Mr_Dior21
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Loved growing this beauty she smelled amazing the whole way through. I wish I got more off her but hey I’ll get em next time. This strain isn’t too potent but you feel a nice calming relaxing wave and a gentle soothing high after your first hit. I feel as if there might be a higher amount of CBD in this girl because of that. At the end of the day it get my lady and I high and I’m all good with y’all thank you again for checking on my grows hope y’all stay around 👏
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@AutoCrazy
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Week 3 of flower has brought some frost along with it. It has also seen the stretching slow right down so she should really go into bud production mode now. I top dressed with some of my high N amendment mix and my flower mix at a 50/50 ratio as she was looking a little pale so I figured a little more N was needed to keep her happy. Plus the flowering mix to side in bud production. I have upped waterings to 17-20 gallons every 2-3 days and she seems to be enjoying a little extra water. I have been spraying her with OMRI fungicides and I haven’t seen any powdery mildew this week 😎 Onward! 😎🍿🍻🌱
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Right so basically, a week ago today marked a month for these ladies and because I had a broken phone it was very hard to keep up to date with the journal but hopefully now I can keep on top of this grow for you guys. It's been 35 days since germination for the Rhino Ryder and Afghan Kush. I'm using soil from the back garden and now that there is a bit of foliage, with the watering etc. The humidity has risen to a level I'm not happy with to which I'm going to invest in a portable dehumidifier to bring down the moisture in the air. I had to defoliate as it was getting really bushy and the fan was struggling to get air through the fan leaves. I cannot believe the RR, started off as the most finicky plant from germination and now it's the tallest f***er of the 4. She has shot up! I looked at the yellow tips on the leaves and apparently it's a lack of Iron. I read that Iron deficiency can be left to work itself out typically if it's not severe. Usually after a few days after the leaves are left to expand the yellow disappears and they turn a nice fresh green colour. The smell in here is fantastic! Until next time! ;) Happy growing and much love from the Shire!
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@Lucidite
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Mon 16/8: - watered smaller plants Tues 17/8: - Fed all larger plants Wed 18/8: - Gelato seed has sprouted - watered all plants Fri 20/8: - watered all plants Sat 21/8: - fed all plants - planted an Orange Sherbet auto - harvested Strawberry Pie auto (8w) Last weeks diary: https://growdiaries.com/diaries/117627-grow-journal-by-lucidite
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@Lazuli
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the gelato grows i did before in coco took 4 weeks longer but way more yield. This strain has a lot of resin production and is also good to grow during the winter