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I've been feeding just water and allowing them to dry right back , I will harvest once the soil is dry again .
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Bud rot got the one I left outside in the polytunnel , shame but the weather was terrible here.
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These were left in soil outside and forgot about , luckily my wife watered them as they were in the pollytunnel, I left one plant outside but after 6 weeks I brought brought the rest inside to finish them. They were in small pots but still produced 20-30 g each , I'd say 25g average plus the trim. If your after easy to grow plants with a nice taste these are them.
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Purple queen #1 and the watermelon are much further ahead than the rest I think, crazy to see both purples looking so different. I did some Defoliation to most of the plants as it was getting really crowded in the tent, they seemed to love it and you can see all the new budding sites. Wish I had more space to play with the plants as I think I was a bit gredy doing 6, I've learnt so much over this time I've loved it. I love waking and up going to check on the progress 😌 💚 I cannot wait to smoke my own plants which I grew and know exactly how it's been grown 😝
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Notes for flower week 8 Watering Days. All feeds with nutes use either a whole ratio, or combination, of "Veg Mix" and "Bloom Mix"concentrates. These are/will be DILUTED in water until a total ppm of add-in is reached using a (Total Dissolved Solids) TDS Meter measured in PPM (parts per million). The "Veg Mix" concentrate will eventually be added-in larger, then smaller, ratios while the "Bloom Mix" concentrate will eventually replace the "Veg Mix" concentrate entirely. The ppm and ratios will be listed when I feed. Veg mix recipe is on week 3. Bloom Mix recipe is on week 5. Day 120/50 (last feed was day 117/47) Tested and Calibrated my ph pens. Fed 3 gallons of purified water (starting with 17ppm) mixed with 699ppm of 100% Bloom Mix Concentrate. Due to this soil showing a possible calcium deficit, I am still using 1ml per gallon add-in to test on all plants using this soil, so I added 3.0ml of CaliMagic (General Hydroponics 1-0-0) to the feed then I ph balanced before feeding. The ph on this feed was balanced to 7.35 (7.4 last feed). I used knitting needles to help both aerate the soil and create new water pathways for the roots. (a practice I am making a new feeding standard for all my plants) I got ~15 cups of runoff (~20 cups last feed). Higher runoff volume was expected with the feed volume increase, might let her go to 4 days and 2.5 next feed. It could be a result of the knitting needle treatment when feeding. Runoff was tested at 6.15ph and 2010ppm (6.10ph and 2070ppm last feed) - again thinking it could be a result of the knitting needles. Top soil tested at 6.65,6.48,6.6,6.81 for an avg of 6.635 (6.372 avg after last feed)- next feed will be 7.0ph again as I'm still liking where the ph is finally going, but rather see it closer to 6.3 or 6.4 top and bottom. I dont see any issues with the feed's data other than the possible calcium deficit and I will continue to monitor runoff ppms as I expected this to be lower with less runoff but have to consider they maybe washing out salt with the knitting needles. Next Feed should be 2.5 gallons of de-chlorinated tap water ph balanced to 7.1 in +4 days (124/54). I expect I will run 700ppm and 2.5ml of CaliMagic (General Hydroponics 1-0-0) again, but expect that to be my last large feed before harvest around Christmas. Day 124/54 (last feed was day 120/50) Tested and Calibrated my ph pens. Fed 3 gallons of de-chlorinated tap (starting with 251ppm) mixed with 709ppm of 100% Bloom Mix Concentrate. Due to this soil showing a possible calcium deficit, I am still using 1ml per gallon add-in to test on all plants using this soil, so I added 3.0ml of CaliMagic (General Hydroponics 1-0-0) and 45ml of Roots Organics HP2 (0-4-0) to the feed, then I ph balanced before feeding. The ph on this feed was balanced to 7.13 (7.35 last feed). I used knitting needles to help both aerate the soil and create new water pathways for the roots. (a practice I am making a new feeding standard for all my plants) I got ~27 cups of runoff (~15 cups last feed). Higher runoff volume was expected with the feed volume increase as well as previous knitting needle aeration. Runoff was tested at 6.21ph and 2100ppm (6.15ph and 2010ppm last feed). Top soil tested at 6.57,6.41,6.3,6.39 for an avg of 6.42 (6.635 avg after last feed)- next feed will be 6.8ph as I'm still liking where the ph is finally going. I dont see any issues with the feed's data other than the possible calcium deficit Next Feed should be 2.5 gallons of de-chlorinated tap water ph balanced to 6.8 in +4 days (128/58). I expect I will run 400ppm and 2.5ml of CaliMagic (General Hydroponics 1-0-0) again, but no more HP2. I expect to start flushing her out with lower nute levels from that next feed point.
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Used RootMax mycorrhizae- bacillus + glomus: good root growth Top dressed with compost
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They were outdoors and neglected for about 6 weeks before coming inside to finish , despite this they all yielded nice smelling frosty buds . Easy to grow and good quality flowers.
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These girls had large growth spurts. The plant buds packed on volume in the last 2 weeks. I let some deficiencies run about a month prior harvest, which I'll make sure not to do in future. Roughly a quarter pound of nice buds + trim.
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D1 is a bit more hybridy than D2 (and/or just stronger). No tiredness from D2 D1 tastes amazing in vape, better than D2 but something about D2’s smoke is nice - the geranium undertones. Bottom line D2 is perfect day smoke After curing 3 weeks: D1 lemony and sweet, really good flavor profile D2: earthy-floral (ocimene), woody-pine, def most unique odor profile Flavors: D1: lemon (w grinder), apple (top note), sweet (top note) D2: berry (?), flowers (geraniums), tropical (?), pine; spices (not sure which)
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D1 is a bit more hybridy than D2 (and/or just stronger). No tiredness from D2 D1 tastes amazing in vape, better than D2 but something about D2’s smoke is nice - the geranium undertones. Bottom line D2 is perfect day smoke After curing 3 weeks: D1 lemony and sweet, really good flavor profile D2: earthy-floral (ocimene), woody-pine, def most unique odor profile Flavors: D1: lemon (w grinder), apple (top note), sweet (top note) D2: berry (?), flowers (geraniums), tropical (?), pine; spices (not sure which)
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NOTES: I stopped using the root stimulator as I fill the tanks, next full nutrient solution change to mid-bloom phase is at around 3rd to 4th week flowering. I'll I stop using the Grow nutrient and will increase Bloom the same amount. A lot of training on upper parts with the net and some light defoliating on lower parts of the plants. Day57 (12.12.) Day58 (13.12.) Defoliated and pruned my plants a bit more. Removed some big fan leaves covering large areas of becoming bud sites but mostly focused on lower leaves growing inwards, blocking growth, airflow etc.. Added a video afterwards. Day59 (14.12.) Day60 (15.12.) I continued doing the same as before, light defoliation mostly under the canopy. Day61 (16.12.) Day62 (17.12.) Everything looks good and my teenagers are finally beginning to flower, also no signs of any males or hermaphodites so that's good. Filling the net and keeping the tops and bud sites at the same level is a lot of work since they've stretched a lot. They've also needed some pruning and defoliating but I've tried to not remove too much before they've finished growing bigger. After that, propably on 4th week of flowering I can decide better on what to remove and what to keep for the rest of the grow. Day63 (18.12.) I started the last heavier defoliation process which includes removing around 50% of the upper leaves blocking airflow and light to the developing bud sites. I'll continue the process propably a couple days so I don't stress them too much. It's pretty time-consuming to dive in to each plant and remove anything that's unneccessary for the rest of the grow, keeping that in mind I don't even have the time to do everything at once. This includes the bottom nodes and branches that aren't going to reach even close to the net, the leaves that are blocking the light on top, and the leaves at the bottom of the canopy that aren't getting basically any light. Thanks for the tips! 💪
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First attempt at supercropping on D1, stressful but didn’t turn out too bad 😂 D1 starting to preflower despite the days getting longer - and yes I’m sure it’s not an auto Both are growing rigorously
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Well I'm 7 weeks behind, been busy with work, family, maintenance on house and been busy with plants. But anways, I had to harvest a plant 6 days ago as there were to many nanners that showed up over night. Had some nanners on a couple other plants that I was able to keep up on plucking. The temperature is a lot cooler than I would like but that's because I'm maxed out on my breaker and I've been trying to keep my garage at a constant 60 degrees with a wood stove to help heat the grow room. Other than that, the buds smell super dank, they look bomb as shit and harvest is right around the corner! I did mess up on mixing nutrients this whole entire grow as I might have ended up with some sort of nutrient lock-out. I never got the nets put up and so far I only had to stake 1 plant. Harvest is looking like it might be this weekend! Any suggestions or thoughts for the next grow as I did start 10 more seeds 12/08/23...? As Always, Happy Growing!
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Shout outs to MiyaguiOkPolilla for the lateral training tip, as you guys can see, we have bent them and hopefully this will double our flower power, lets see what happens growers!
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Shout outs to MiyaguiOkPolilla for the lateral training tip, as you guys can see, we have bent them and hopefully this will double our flower power, lets see what happens growers!
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I have chosen to transplant both plants as their roots have began breaking the bag. One i have dug a half a meter hole which i topped with my bag soil and then placed the bag ontop of the hole and deep watered the entire pot. Same with second plant except she has been placed into another grow bag with a larger width and depth giving her an extra half a meter to grow all round. Lets see if she takes as well as her sister the fruity pebbles next to her, time will tell
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Week 4 of flower for Lemon Orange by Greenhouseseedco, Shes also starting to dense up her flowers, her lowers unfortunately seem to not really be developing much whatsoever on the 16 top girls. Light penetration really letting me down here... 😒 Being watered every 2/3days.
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Week 4 of flower for Ztrawberry by Greenhouseseedco, Shes starting to dense up her flowers a bit, smell starting to come in too almost like a strawberry&cream type note for now. Getting watered every 3 days or so at this point.
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Hey hey ! I left my girls during 4 days without watering due a hospitalization ! I discovered this girl like this when I opened the room and she exploded !! Day 3 : floweeeers comin ! Day 6: little defoliation and 🍭 lollipop on this girl : she’s clean now !