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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • Happyeccentric
      Thanks @Dinafem-Mark I'm actually a women of her word hence my feelings on the matter of being  relieved that my husband doesn't come as quick as my quick gorilla seeds but maybe the filth burnt your eyes.   Here is them all in their starting pots now with the cookie autos in the biodegradable bags I saw recommended  on here   Only one gorilla auto not in pot yet as it seems to want more time in paper towel so far we have 8/9 termed and in which for my standard of gardening is a miracle  
    • Dodgee
      If I remember rightly tiger worms made up the bulk of the "worm mix"like 80%? I forget the other 2 but was 15% 1 and 5% the other..   As long as they multiply happy days, I figure there be plenty nutes available in the soil for the first run anyway and the worms are more about keeping the nutrient levels up long term.. I think...   I might add some bio char for the next run and if the perlite floats I'll skim it off and replace with pumice... I think that might be better??    Dunno I'm learning as I go.     For now I'm gonna keep it simple, worms, water and some sort of mulch.    That's kinda the point of the stuff innit to "keep it simple" so we'll go with that for now and see what happens.   I ordered a box of ten knock off bluemats, hopefully they work the same as the real thing..   Thanks for the help mucka
    • ananda
      I know how Biobizz works, but what I am saying is that if you are getting N deficiency each time then those ratios aren't working are they? So you need more Grow and less Bloom for the first two weeks of flowering. It's not actually flowering in those first two weeks, it's just stretching and needs lots of N. So, I refer you to all my previous answers, lol.
    • ananda
      Yea, it hangs that way