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Breeding

Creating your own strains

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    • McHazy
      Nice one I'm almost finished flowering some o their white widow atm  Cheers @Joolz  
    • Jimboo
      Jackson Browne - The Load Out/Stay Jackson Browne - Take It Easy  
    • badbillybob
      my advice is DO NOT use Jacks magic. it sets like bloody concrete, strangling the root system, and making your plants look crap. i tried this stuff for my breeding run, but its honestly useless, unless you want to add about 30% perlite and some coco.   clover gets good reviews on here, but you will need to regularly pot them up. if you cant get it, id go with a seedling or cutting compost personally. its usually nice and light.   Also avoid westlands John innes seedling compost, its another concrete one.   for fertiliser, site sponsor, intense nutrients grow and bloom or  biobizz grow and bloom is all you need, maybe add some fish mix if you are feeling extravagant.
    • Tomasz
      Thanks for  response