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  2. Todays the day…… Going out to the plot to get sorted, kids not back until tomorrow, training done, about 25 more holes to dig and 420lt pot to freshen up! There will be photos tonight…. If my back hangs out
  3. you can basically folia (careful know) with any plant stuff dude, someone on this forum folia fed for the complete cycle once you just have to be careful not to over do it, think about spraying with water next day (depending what you used) so not to block leaf pores I sometimes spray with aloe vera, seaweed, a grow nute or just dish soap in veg or first couple of weeks in flower only it can help some plants recover from being poorly but you have to be carful not to trick the plant into thinking your feeding only folia or they won’t use their roots as much bear in mind (grr) when you folia feed, the plant takes up 80% of the nutrients, when you drench 20% some of the biggest plants i’ve grown have had a good spray every now and then just read loads before you jump in dude
  4. Hey dude, what is this Multipurpouse chem nutrients? got an image please? Thanks
  5. She's beautiful mate I almost grabbed a pack the last time I was accidentally on the Seedstockers site You know, when you get online to do your weekly Tesco delivery and find yourself staring at a basket full of seeds on a non-Tesco affiliated site That kind of accident
  6. Looking good bro! Did find (by accident) that lower than average temps fared them a little better in the pot noodles
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  8. Lovely looking plant dude, I hope mine looks something like this come August. Great stuff.
  9. Shaky's back and it's surprisingly half decent...
  10. The Beldia Kif from Ace Seeds has sprouted and I'll be tracking its progress here. I have Seedstockers plants in the 3 other bottomless pots and they have their own diary, link in sig. This was taken yesterday, Friday, I was also there on Wednesday but there was no sign, but as you can see she is already showing the first set of true leaves. These are supposed to be semi-auto so I'm hoping for an August harvest for this one. I'm growing it to make decarbed capsules for the wife as it's quite low in THC and CBD. This is the blurb form the ace seeds website... ...Traditional hash plant from the Rif area near to Ketama and Chefchaouen, famous for producing kif (the traditional blend of cannabis flowers with tobacco) and the famous Moroccan blond hash. This pure Moroccan strain is one of the fastest psychoactive sativa landraces on the planet, due to its semi autoflowering traits and its very short flowering time. Traditionally, this strain is sown at the beginning of spring, starting to bloom in June, and being harvested as early as August, when it begins to be processed and beaten by hand to produce the traditional Moroccan hashish, which varies in quality depending on the size of the sieve and the amount of time the flowers are beaten. Moroccan plants are small/medium sized. They start with fairly wide leaves, but when they reach their sexual maturity and flowering they develop as a pure sativa with foxtail floral structures, quickly accumulating to form good sized buds. There are 2 main phenotypes according to their structure. The most common phenotype grows very columnar and tall, with the second phenotype being smaller, shorter and more branched. This variety is grown at a very high plant density in its native land, with very little fertilizer and water, which means it has developed excellent resistance against heat and drought, performing perfectly with little care and low levels of nutrients, which makes it an ideal strain for outdoor guerrilla growing in hot and dry climates. Morocco is the largest hashish producer in the world, with its renowned hashish being the most exported, especially to Europe. Unfortunately, since the beginning of the 21st century, a massive introduction of foreign indoor genetics from Europe and North America has taken place in Morocco, in order to increase the hashish production and potency. While this has been achieved on certain farms where these foreign genetics are cultivated with more care, the genetic contamination has also meant that Moroccan hashish has gradually lost its characteristic psychoactivity and distinctive 'golden' and mellow terpenes, which made Moroccan hashish a world reference in the cannabis scene of the 20th century. Certain Moroccan growers have now realized that these new foreign genetics require much more care, water and fertilizers, are harvested much later than traditional Moroccan strains, and do not have the same resistance against heat and outdoor pests. The old Moroccan strains are still the most suitable for growing in large remote plots with poor irrigation resources that cannot be tended with as much care. For this reason, a group of old school Moroccan growers have offered us ancient heirloom Moroccan seeds for their reproduction and preservation, before the unstoppable genetic contamination completely wipes out the old Moroccan strains in their original state. As a result of this preservation work, ace seeds offers you this mythical hash plant in its purest original form.
  11. Cheers @Kristoffand thanks for dropping in. The climate is almost perfect here, but we could do with more rain, this drought is a nightmare and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight, hence my need to water less.
  12. Best of luck with the grow dude.
  13. Nicely done. Enjoy the imminent harvest & particularly what follows.
  14. Enjoy
  15. Cheers bro
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