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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • GreengoStarr
    • jadenugs
      So the timers were changed on Saturday night and the 930 fired back up, with the plants being 49 days old and the Pak 62. Seems like an eternity since I popped that Pak bean but here we are again, time for her to do her stuff   Feed on Wednesday was 1.3L with 1/2ml/L HE, 1/4ml/L BS and 1ml/L FM. The last feed on Fri was 1ml/L HE and 1.5ml/L FM. This was only 1L because the pots were still a bit heavy but I didn't want to leave them til the next day. Pak was even heavier so never got fed at all. When I'd introduced the other lamp earlier in the week and gave them too much light intensity, making them droop,  it had slowed their drinking down.   The stats on Saturday night when I flipped them were: Temps 21-26
      Roots 23-25
      Rh 42-81   I took some more pics on Saturday so I can see how much they stretch in flower.
      Here they are.   Sweet deep grapefruit   Early amnesia cbd   Gorilla   Pak   Purps#1   Cali hash plant   Group shot   Another group shot from lower down to better judge the stretch against the tent bracing.   Time now to see how this multi strain grow reacts in flower   should be fun.   Happy cultivating and thanks for looking  
    • GreengoStarr
    • jadenugs
      Day 46 and 59 update   This update was for up until Wednesday but I've only just got round to posting.   Since the last update the Ea cbd decided she wanted to run away from the others so she had her 4 main tops supercropped with a definite snap of the stems. She was back upright the next day so was then tied down. Fired the other lamp up so I could spread the plants out to fill the tent.
      The SDG and the EA cbd were moved to the back with the Gorilla under the 942 CMH bulb, the Pak and Purps#1 moved to the front next to the Cali hash plant under the 930 agro CMH, hoping that the blue light will keep the back 3 down and the redder light will maybe stretch the Pak and P#1 a bit. Way to many umols for them at this stage in this space and they were drooping after about 14-15 hours into the 18 hour cycle so I shut the 930 down again when I realised what was happening.   Feed had been 1/4ml Humboldt Equilibrium, 1/4ml Bio Silicon and 1/4ml Fishmix per litre and the fishmix was upped to 1/2ml on Tusday, also the BS was replaced with 1/2 ml seaweed. Drinking 1.3L every 1 1/2 to 2 days except the P#1 on 900ml.
      They'd also had a couple of foliars, one of 2ml/L SW and one of 2ml SW, 1ml Calmag and 1ml PM organic grow.   Temps 22-28
      Roots 23-26
      RH 41-80 (the 80 is a spike after feeding) Sitting at 50.   Some pics.   Sweet deep grapefruit   Early amnesia cbd   Gorilla   Pak day 59   Purps#1   Cali hash plant   Group shot   I planned on Saturday at 49 and 62 days to change the timers. I'm really looking forward to these lot flowering and seeing what they can do.   Happy gardening and thanks for looking