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She’s getting closer to chop! I would say about another 1.5weeks max on this girl.. buds are getting fat and frosty and she is full of blueberry terps! I’ve been giving her a diastatic malted barley tea with molasses and bokashi bran to help boost nutrient cycling and she’s been responding very well to that! Was hoping for more anthocyanins but maybe they will appear closer to harvest.
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@Edenganj
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Some significant yellowing a day apart from feeding. Did I give it a nutrition burn by changing the ratios of nutes? I probably should’ve done a flush before feeding.
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I'd really like to try this strain in a photo strain.
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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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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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@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
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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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it was outdoor growing in soil. used flora trio, koolblum, rippen and floraKleen. I had to harvest 1 weeks early, but it was awesome tree :D I've got about 100g dry. about 300-320 wet.
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Unfortunately, once again (last grow too) I had some bud rot in the last week before harvest in both plants with the biggest one largely affected. Because of that, I had to remove all infected parts and have an early harvest. I picked out all fucked buds, gave my plants another two days of (finally!) sunshine to dry out the cut-outs I did on the plants. Today I harvested the smaller one and was surprised it actually was quite alright in terms of yield. Tomorrow, I'll cut the big one and I hope there will still be some good bud structures left as this one grew so nice, especially for being a dwarf :-D Will update as soon as I've got more news! UPDATE: I cut the big one as well and am very pleased with the yield I have from this grow. Was not an easy grow since the weather was shit and I've had to throw away some decent buds because of bud rot, but all in all it looks promising :-) DRY WEIGHT: 48g of fresh buds (had to throw away at least what could have been 10-15 grams because of bud rot)
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This particular strain was pretty nice to grow other than the deficiency problem I had with 2 of them, brought them back to a nice healthy green colour and they ended up yielding the most! Overall a good auto strain for beginners and I'd definitely recommend it👍 very pungent though so if your trying to be discreet indoors Id suggest another strain that doesn't smell as much....happy growing people!!!✌️☮️
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This stuff has taken an age to dry! I think it was a little too cool in the tent. ah well. Its currently in jars curing, so havent had chance to try it out and i think im prepared to give it a full 6 weeks of cure. Results wise, little disappointed by the yield, only 4oz but it was a micro grow - I think perhaps although i didnt notice it at the time, the heatwave fortnight i had during flower may have had something to do with the lack of growth - but still the quality of the buds is high, plenty of trichomes and buds are really dense. As its still in cure its still a bit hay-smell as the chlorophyll continues to work its way out but there are lovely undertones of gas and fruit - (cherry?) Will check back in with a smoke report in a few weeks but wanted to get a couple of vids of the buds (yes i dont trim them like the pros, i dont care :p )