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Already showing some flower buds. It's developing well. Did some hard defoliation. smells good
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Lunes 11 de marzo 7 am de 2024: Se dejaran hidratando las semillas por 24 hrs. Martes 12 de marzo 7 am de 2024: pasamos a papel dejamos por 24 hrs. Miércoles 13 de marzo am de 2024:
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What does this yellowing indicate? Maybe im overwatering? The soil has been hot for the entire grow but never yellowed on the bud leaves.. Decided to take off the budz hanging off the edges of the pot for samples 40g wet, 22g dried and now curing. smoke report coming soon.
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Hello Growmies, We’re at week 15, and our Epic Buzz is showing some serious gains. The plant has been swelling so much that it's barely managing to hold itself up. An inspection reveals a coat of trichomes adorning the surface, with calyxes continuing to expand noticeably. It's as if each day brings a new level of plumpness to the buds, pushing the boundaries of what seemed possible just a week ago. From the images, we can observe the heavy load the stems are carrying. The top colas are thriving with density, their surfaces a landscape of rich, sticky trichomes, the kind that promise potency and depth. While the overall structure of the plant leans heavily, a testament to the weight it bears, there's an elegance to this droop, speaking to the fullness it's achieving. In terms of care, there's a significant change in our approach – no more PK 13/14. We've seen the best of what it can do, and now it's time to let pure, reverse osmosis water do the talking. This shift will ensure that we're not overloading the plant with nutrients and will help us to start the flushing process gently, easing into the final stages of flowering. The result of this can be seen in the leaves that are starting to yellow, a natural progression indicating that the plant is consuming the last of its nutrient reserves. Meanwhile, the roots, those unseen heroes, continue to draw up the necessary sustenance, fuelling this impressive final push. We’re now on the precipice of full maturity, where each day counts double. I'm keeping a close eye, ensuring the reservoir stays topped up every few days to keep her hydrated without causing undue stress. As we approach harvest, it's a balancing act of watchfulness and patience. The once-dominant aroma now fills the space with a subtler, sweeter scent – a prelude to the bounty that awaits. I’ll keep tweaking the environment, making sure our lady finishes strong. Stay lifted, Salokin.
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GORILLA PUNCH -420 FAST BUDS week 7 Such a nice smelling strain, been easy to grow without any issues so far, responds well to lollypopping technique.. Will use 420 fast buds for sure again. DRSHOTZUK
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SUGARLATO - Green house seeds - week 7 So we’re to start with sugarlato. First things first this strain and the genetics are absolutely top tier, the plant grows easy with only light defoliation done twice in 7 weeks to lolly pop it and also remove fan leaves covering bud sites. She responded well to it with no issues whatsoever. Not once has she looked unhealthy and has lush gold ball size nuggets all over her. The smell is a little earthy from the gelato but then the kings tart brings through a slight pastry sweet smell. This strain and its genetics are a 12 out of 10. Green house seeds are my new favourite. DRSHOTZUK
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Wow, what a way to welcome me back it's been far too long... 3 weeks of flowering and these ladies have been keeping me on edge with their height proving me wrong almost every step of the way it seems. Let's hope we can avoid a 3rd trellis! I've personally never had any past grows with SLH have this kind of stretch. So this is still blowing my mind and it's limited to the SLH, others are very much normal in behavior. Other than that I'm following the nute schedule with big bloom and cal-mag. Debating on whether to defoil this week or next... or forgoing it completely. I'll give a few days into week 4 before I make any decision.
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The plant on the right got chopped down the hairs were 90% dark brown while left was fully white last week when it got taken down it had only one day flush. This plant I will flush for a week and see which is better. It has decent size buds all the way to the bottom but this one growing still doesn't have as many crystals as the harvested plant which was definitely cut down way to early 😕 shame it must have forced to finish early from shock when I snapped a main branch clean off. This plant I will flush with plain filtered water for 7 days and even if it doesn't have as much crystals as the other plant, the bud size is 2x-3x the size of the plant that was cut down last week so I hope they will look a lot better size wise after they shrink when they are cut down and dried. I have also noticed some medium sized fan leads turning from green into a beautiful dark purple colour over the last 2-3 days slowly and it's spreading to other leaves the buds on this plant are also purple bits it's hard to see on here but looking sweet so far I have uploaded pic of the frost one which has been drying for a week now
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Wow, what a way to welcome me back it's been far too long... 3 weeks of flowering and these ladies have been keeping me on edge with their height proving me wrong almost every step of the way it seems. Let's hope we can avoid a 3rd trellis! I've personally never had any past grows with SLH have this kind of stretch. So this is still blowing my mind and it's limited to the SLH, others are very much normal in behavior. Other than that I'm following the nute schedule with big bloom and cal-mag. Debating on whether to defoil this week or next... or forgoing it completely. I'll give a few days into week 4 before I make any decision.
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They picking up growth now and transitioning to flower
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Starting to take shape for the main branches cut at 3 nodes
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Hey guys and welcome to start of Week 8! 🌻 Today is day 21 of flower so i went ahead and cut most of the plats Fanleaves off. It took a while but now the Airmovement is improved and the humidity should also be lower. I also hope I didn‘t stress them too much. From now on they will be reseaving less and less Nitrogen going forward. I hope the colours come through as well 🤞🏻 Thanks for following along and I will keep updating the progress. Happy growing 🍀
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Week 3 flower started with a small crisis. I checked the tent at the end of week 2 and found a bit of powdery mildew on Orangecello. I had been lazy with the defoliation and slacked on Dr Zymes applications. I trimmed it up and checked the rest. I had to go back to work before I could check Blueberry Muffin, but when I came back to finish up, I was horrified to see it was the worst of all. I had to really go heavy with defoliation, removing any visible PM. That night I sprayed again with more Dr Zymes, and a small bit the following night to kill anything I couldn't see. I will have to spray weekly until finish and pray it doesn't come back. I had planned to wait a week to defoliate but nature had other plans. Now everyone is slightly lollipopped and trimmed up nicely. First week for the bloom boost/terpene enhancer. Added that and calmag to the watering this week, and planning to give another bit of micro next watering. Made another tea this week: 1cup Earthworm Castings 2 tbsp Uprising Bloom 9ml/gal micro 6ml/gal calmag 5ml/gal bloom booster 1 dash Great White The tent is really smelling amazing these days. The little buds are fattening up and starting to frost nicely. Can't wait to see them get huge!
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Already showing some flower buds. It's developing well.
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Already showing some flower buds. It's developing well. Very nice
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Mar 9th -start of week 11, day 71 - grabbed a few trichome shots this morning. Real macros tonight. Decision time is nearing with ~85-90% cloudy trichomes... clear takes the cake with a few Ambers coming into being... time to look close - RTB #1 gets a close inspection tonight, I think its first-one Done. Pistils give it away. If there are Ambers to any degree its lights out - Zamaldelica is beyond normal flowering time, I’m waiting for the pistils to have 60-70% of them turned brown / orange. Thats tonights check. 11th a.m. - fed the Russian Tzar Bomba 2 & the Zamaldelica, 4 L of water each @ 7:00 a.m. - RTB#2 was placed in the Dark Tent at Lites-out (11:00) for 48 hours of Dark. - RTB#1 gets chopped,, weighed and Hung tomorrow morning… after her 48hrs of dark. Its Time! - Zamaldelica, whilst past her projected grow date by 2 weeks, her Pistils have finally begun to change colours from a Creamy white/yellow to Orange, currently there are close to 20-25% of them turned already. I’m putting her in the dark when 60-70% have turned 12th - chopped the Russian Tzar Bomba #1 after being in the dark for 48 hours. 372 grams of Hanging-plant to start with. - RTB #2 is in the dark 24hrs now and gets chopped tomorrow morning
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The plant on the right got chopped down the hairs were 90% dark brown while left was fully white last week when it got taken down it had only one day flush. This plant I will flush for a week and see which is better. It has decent size buds all the way to the bottom but this one growing still doesn't have as many crystals as the harvested plant which was definitely cut down way to early 😕 shame it must have forced to finish early from shock when I snapped a main branch clean off. This plant I will flush with plain filtered water for 7 days and even if it doesn't have as much crystals as the other plant, the bud size is 2x-3x the size of the plant that was cut down last week so I hope they will look a lot better size wise after they shrink when they are cut down and dried. I have also noticed some medium sized fan leads turning from green into a beautiful dark purple colour over the last 2-3 days slowly and it's spreading to other leaves the buds on this plant are also purple bits it's hard to see on here but looking sweet so far I have uploaded pic of the frost one which has been drying for a week now