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Did this lady in a shared DWC bucket. Great auto yield. No herming and beautiful red buds. Gave the floraflex lineup from veg to bloom. Had some issues with leaves burning up close to the lighting but the buds are a beautiful color and smell like a nice piney gas. Cannot say anything but great things with this plant! Very happy and results are great.
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Welcome to my Pablø Escøbar diary. In this diary: Seeds: sponsored by Ðivine Șeeds Media: Promix HP Nutrients: Advanced Nutrients, Diablo Nutrients. Light and Weather: Şun☀️and Mother Earth.🌎 ___________________________ Feeding: Tue 25Jun: 4L water not pH'd Wed 26Jun: 5L nutrients pH'd 6.5 Thu 27Jun: 4L water not pH'd Fri 28Jun: 4L water not pH'd Sun 30Jun: 6L water not pH'd Mon 01Jul: 4L water not pH'd ___________________________ Weather hasn't been that bad, a cloudy day, a fresh day and night then warm, rain Friday afternoon thru Sunday morning then Sunday afternoon 55 KPH wind gusts 💨 Anti-tilting device seem to hold them down for now😄 ___________________________ Thanks for stopping by, likes and comments are appreciated!👊🏻😎 Keep on growin! Keep on tokin!!! 😙💨💨💨💨💨
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6/26 Rained last night. Might have showers bur the sky is clear. Real good weather coming. I need to transplant those seedlings. Plants are noticeably bigger every day. I see small spits of damage but it's isolated and in a high wind area. I'll address it and watch for nute deficiencies. Also need to transplant those seedlings. At leastcones an auto. 6/27 Rained overnight again. Looks clear today but we did get some rain yesterday. Tomorrow is all sun. I'm planning to transplant those 3 seedlings today. Also noticed some ragged holes so I've got a few pests. Looks like grasshoppers or something. With all the rain could be slugs or pillars I guess. Need to get ipm up amd running. I've got work to do. Found a plant on my gmo in the 30 bag. It got sun burnt and wind burnt but came out of it and they're all doing great. At first this one was a little behind after transplant but so were the other gmo's. Originally, it was one of my best plant prior to transplant outdoors. That one leaf I found during a thorough inspection of the garden. I'm hoping it's not tmv. Plants growing vigorously and better than but I'll keep an eye on it. I also transplanted the 3 seedlings. I added half new 707 in the 50 (prior soil was this same mix from last year) and transplanted one in that. One in a 10 gallon bag and the auto in a 5 gallon bucket. It will be interesting ingredients seeing how they turn out. All transplants went really smooth. 6/28 It's gonna be a hot one today. I haven't watered in over a week due to rain. Wind was whipping this morning! Looked like plants MIGHTVE been drooping but now that I think about it it was probably just the wind. ANYWAY I WATERED TWO AND A HALF GALLONS on the clones. That wind dries the bags out fast. Some still had some heft to them. Lately I've been going by my intuition which has seemed to be on point. All the seedling transplants look good and show no signs of stress. 6/29 The site was down so I couldn't update. Looks like it's gonna rain. It's noontime. This morning i found and killed two inch worms. There's not much damage so I'm wondering whether bt is necessary. Birds sit on the frame and dart I'm and grab them. I'll have to think on it. I also need to decide what I'm going to use for nutes this year. Don't need it yet. GMO's and sherb pie is putting out pistols everywhere. Same with the event horizon. Looks like I may have an early harvest this year. I certainly hope so. Still.....only did half what I did last year but with everything going on its all I can handle. 6/30 Site was down and it doesn't want to pet me upload my pictures 7/1 Trying to keep this updated. Need to spray bt. I'm seeing some damage. Not much but I need to get a handle on it now. Poured yesterday. Super sunny today. Plants seem to be flowering early this year while I still have a 2 seedlings that haven't shown their sex yet (they are fems but still). The clones are beginning to flower it looks like so I may have an early harvest this year. 7/2 WATERED THE GARDEN WITH 4 GALLONS. Spent some time looking over the plants and decided to hold off on the bt seeing as there isn't much damage. I spoke to a few shop owners and after seeing my garden this wad their advice as well. While watering I noticed red ants coming out of the soil of my GMO in the 30 gal. Some of these strains will be early finishers. The only time I've had stigmas like tjis was when I grew mendo breath and that was a super early harvest. Either way things are looking fantastic. The auto seedling finally showed a stigma. One seedling left (they should ALL be females) but I cant tell by the preflower yet. It looks female but I need to see that little white hair emerge to be sure.
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Eccoci arrivati finalmente alla fine di questa maratona! È passato più di 15 giorni da quando ho raccolto, staremo a vedere alla prova di assaggio, per ora le cime sono pesanti dure compatte e la pianta è davvero un gigante per essere stata fatta indoor e stata stoppata 4 volte, e nonostante questo è venuto un mostro di più di 120 cm! Grandi anesia seeds sono una garanzia di genetiche di qualità eccezionale!
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2024-07-02 OUTDOOR The Outdoor lady is a Queen, she grows very beautiful despite the weather, we had aweek with very warm and sunny , now we are back to cold, humid and rainy it looks like she dont catres. INDOOR the lady stretches and shows alot of Colas with sweet Flowers, i havent counted the colas iam feeding the indootr Pland additionally to the topdressing with insectfrass iam watching her, because it looks like she dont needs alot of feedings and is fine Divine Seeds developed Opium as a new champion strain, unprecedently powerful and loaded with unbelievable quantities of resin. Certainly, no average genetic base could be behind such brilliant parameters! Several Afghani Indica landraces, recognized as most potent and resinous, were bred together with a mighty Brazilian Sativa which Opium inherits its bright berry taste from. Then a great deal of work followed aiming for the highest THC level and endurability as well as a branchy structure that would provide maximal yields. Now we can proudly title Opium the best Indica you could dream of growing! Indoors these plants mostly stay mid-height (1.5 m), reaching up to 2.0 m out of doors. Depending on your height limitations, Opium flourishes universally in grow boxes, balconies, green houses and terraces. Due to its Afghani parentage, this strain can stand hot weather if provided enough water and some shadow. Responds well to any training techniques: ScroG and SoG, LST, topping and FIM, supercropping. The start of blooming is marked with a rush of growth, when plants stretch almost 1.4x. Expect heavy colas that often require additional supports. Whilst ripening, Opium gives off a pungent earthy stench with fruity and berry undertones, also a bit of pine. Ready for outdoor harvesting in October. The stoning psychedelic impact of Opium is like being hypnotized (unless you’ve had too much, then it feels more like a blackout). Stone-lovers will appreciate every minute with Opium: its spicy taste immerses your mind into daydreaming, while the body rests flat. Recreation with this psychedelic Indica means silent tripping from one insight to another. Mighty enough to kill chronical pains, Opium is also medically efficient against insomnia, nausea, appetite disorders, muscle spasms, headaches, irritation, fatigue, panic attacks, epilepsy. Best consumed at night time, the effects keep going for up to 4 hours.
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2024-07-02 The Indoor tangie shows lots of lovely buds, and she looks alittle hungry, so i started to feed her additonally to the Topdressing this week Girl looks great. BREEDER INFO Tangerine Snow F1 Fast Feminised is a 75% sativa, four-way cross of (Boost x Tangelo) with (Lavender x Power Plant). This Fast F1 hybrid is bred from Cali genetics and boasts great citrus terps, high resin production for extracts, high levels of THC, very good yields and excellent mould resistance. Tangerine Snow F1 Fast can be grown indoors as well as outdoors. Indoor flowering times are between 8 - 10 weeks while harvest time in northern latitudes is during September while in the southern hemisphere growers will be harvesting during March. Recommended climate regions are hot, dry, humid and warm. These are tall, semi-branched plants that grow in excess of 200cm and display a high degree of vigour with very good uniformity. In common with many other heavily sativa-dominant strains, Tangerine Snow F1 Fast offers excellent resistance to mould as well as to plant pests and diseases. The combination of citrus terps and plenty of resin makes thi a very good extract strain with the 'washing' method delivering very good yields of hash. The citrus terpene profile is reminiscent of mandarins and tangerines and also has sweet candy notes. THC production has been lab-verified at a strong 24% while CBD is low. The effect is uplifting and energising, perfect for use during the day and early evening.
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Harvested the more mature plant, it had lost it's top to the wind, harvested a few days ago and has had a couple spots with a little rot removed. Seems stable enough and mature. Going to let the remaining one run out a bit as it seems a bit slower.
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we have nici branching and flowering. The plant didnt need an nutrients beacause it is in perfect soil. Still growing wider and higher, beatiful sativa plant. The smell is very exotic, like citrusy, gasy like. Mabye in 3-4 weeks we will have one plant done.
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Soo, I think I can start to call it the first week of flower. #2 definitely is showing a few white pistols, #1 is just starting her first set and I'm pretty sure #3 will shoot them out any day! Also seems that removing the lowest two side branches of #1 was a huge success! She basically is the same hight as the others BUT I LST her a bit to expose the smallest side branches out of the three to more light! Also, I put a little elevation for her, so they stay the same high. #3 is doing #3 things and continues to grow rapidly. Topping her was the right move I think. I'm quite new to autoflowers (I mean pretty much in general but I had one random regular seed run before this but that's it) so I hope, I didn't call it too early but I'm positive:) Also my new microscope and the Blumat drip irrigation system finally arrived. I heard it can be a bit tricky to get it running but once it runs, it should run like a charm. Very very excited for this since I'm planning on going living soil in the future, which should fit very well together. Before installing the system, I removed the first set of true leaves of #1 and buried the wounds in soil. I hope she will build roots there. With #2 I took scissors and scratched up the main stem and filled it up with soil. As well I hope for more root growth. #3 just got a little bit more soil without any extras because of the topping. After doing all that, I watered with the BioEnhancer. I took 0,5g/l and around 1,5l in total. Quite a lot of update for just one day haha. Flowerpower baby!
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Day 78 ☀️☀️🔥☀️ 16-28 degrees, humidity 45-65%. Tropicana and I start into the 12th week with intense autumn colors and an explosion of fragrances. It‘s very hot during the last days but bu the night temperatures fell more than 11 degrees last night. When I check my plants in the early morning, give them water and attention, a cloud of Tropicanas fruity and floral fragrances surrounding me. Night 79 ⚡️🌈 This will be Tropicanas last night. I found a little bud rott in the main flower. Glad that I made a video inside. I just saw a yellow leaf as a sign and remembered what I read last week about this problem connected with high humidity and very dense buds. I didn‘t follow any hygiene rules and humidity on the balcony was very high for too long period. So this could happen unfortunately.
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The plant grows. I have now added an oxygen pump to the water tank. Let's see what effect that has. You can see the progress every day. I've also bought some phosphoric acid to keep the PH down (hopefully). My water tank is very large, about 75 litres. I also have a few holes in the lid, so a lot of rainwater gets into the tank through this and also through the openings in the pots. Never had to top up the water yet lol. At the end of the fourth week I'm happy with the growth, especially as it's my first plant. -------------------------- Die Pflanze wächst. Ich habe mittlerweile einen Sauerstoffpumpe in den Wassertank gegeben. Mal sehen wie sich das auswirkt. Man sieht den Fortschritt jeden Tag. Ich habe außerdem Phosphorsäure gekauft, um den PH-Wert endllich stabil unten zu halten (hoffentlich). Mein Wassertank ist sehr groß, ca. 75 Liter. Außerdem habe ich ein paar Löcher im Deckel, so dass dadurch und auch durch die Öffnungen in den Töpfen viel Regenwasser in den Tank gelangt. Musste noch nie Wasser nachfüllen lol. Am Ende von der vierten Woche bin ich zufrieden mit dem Wachstum, vor allem da es meine erste Pflanze ist.