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  1. Seeds arrived this morning and are now warm and wet. I decided to do 4 plants, I have a 2m2/20ft2 grow tent which will give them 5ft2 each. After seeing some grow diaries of this strain it's obvious they can take up more space but I like the idea of 1 plant per corner instead of trying to wresting 3 plants into a square shape. That said if only 2 or 3 seeds germinate I'll take it as a sign and roll with it. I'll be using some form of hydro or at least something self watering that will allow me to go away for a week. I'll start them under the LEDs in my kitchen then move them into the grow room under either a MH or CMH, not decided if I can afford to CMH yet.
  2. Hi. So 10 odd years ago, I grew out a pack of Dutch Passion Mazar regs. I found one or two pretty special medicinal plants, appetite, nausea, sleep etc.. Has anyone grown this out recently? I remember reading some years ago that it had gone downhill like a lot of Dutch breeding. I was wondering if anybody had had any recent experiences with DPs Mazar regs, or had any suggestions for alternative breeders producing something similar to what DPs Mazar used to be. Cheers Oh, and RSC Mazar-i doesn't cut the mustard and I don't have time for a breeding project at the moment.
  3. Dutch Passion - Auto Colorado Cookies

    From the album Diary Pictures

    High hopes for these beans.
  4. Welcome to my new grow..... I'm on a mission this time. My Landlord is about to start building a new house next to ours, so we have lost our privacy We are definitely gonna move out in the next month or so, and supplies are running low, so I wanna grow some strains that I know can deliver a sizable harvest so we can move halfway through and get a good result. Right off the bat, I'm gonna do a Daiquiri Lime.... consistently a winner as I managed half a kilo last time I grew her. Toofless Alien did well last time, and I really love smoking Night Queen (my last seed). So on 26th June, I put up the tent, and made up three 20L airpots with H&G Coco and soaked them in a EC 0.6 nute mix. I planted the seeds and covered the pots with cling film and some dark card, leaving them under a couple of Skyline 400Ws for warmth. I didn't have quite enough coco (as always) so I ordered some more to top up the pots in a week or two. The seedlings sprouted on the 28th 29th and 30th.... Toofless Alien first, then Night Queen, then the Daiquiri. Here they are on day 5/4/3.... Then the new Coco arrived, so I topped up the pots, and thought I may as well fill another airpot up and plant a new Think Different from the batch of seeds I won from AFN. I also received a new Skyline 400W unit (thanks Mate!) so I had my 3 seedlings under a Skyline each, while I waited for the TD to sprout. She eventually showed her head on the 10th June, 12 days after the Alien.... so a bit of nute juggling will be going on these next few months! Here they are now..... Toofless Alien day 17 she really is flying away! Night Queen day 16 looking really good and healthy. Daiquiri Lime day 15 she started sluggishly and has now picked up. She did this before, so no worries They older ones are on an EC 0.8 nute mix and the TD is on EC 0.7. Think Different day 4 early days yet! I have now put a Photon 126 over the TD. She should take off! Hope you enjoy following this grow, more updates on the way!
  5. so wasn't sure if I was gonna do a diary and this one will be less detailed than the last. but these diaries are what really helped me through my first grow and if anything I do helps one person that's what really matters, or just learn from my mistakes. last year my photoperiods from female seeds did really well despite a bit of mold. this year a couple autos are my main focus, DP auto Durban and auto duck. will be doing a purple maroc and one of my free seeds, not decided yet. but those will go out end of june. so far only drama has been the little duck, been slow to start and I had to surgically remove the seed pod as she flopped over and was very pale. she is up and doing just fine but it was a scary moment. Iv still got them under the t5's as the weather has been so bad. my cucumbers in the greenhouse have really suffered. I can see a change anytime soon for the weather just got my fingers crossed cause the lights are on maximum hight!!!!
  6. Last season, I took advantage of DP's 3+3 offer on the AutoMazars. I bought them from a distributor, who removed the original packaging for 'stealth' reasons and as a result, I ended up with some duff seeds, only 2 out of the 6 germinating, which is not like DP at all. After a whingy grovelling email, @DutchPassionTony gifted me some replacement beans. This diary's by way of thanks. 3 x Auto Colorado Cookies 3 x Auto Brooklyn Sunrise And I'm doing these 3 ways (I like Masterchef, ok?) .. one of each outside in my new sun-plot (I use the term 'sun' lightly), 2 more in my greenhouse grow-pit, and the last 2 in Airpots, also in the greenhouse. Both the outdoor plot and the grow-pit in the greenhouse have been prepped months in advance, and in the grow-pit's case, last year. Mainly bonemeal, fishbone and blood, home-made organic compost and 9-yr old rotted horseshit. Just add sunshine and water! And I'll be using Plagron Royalmix for the Airpots .. Germination First off, I just want to point out that these seeds are now a year old, having been stored in the fridge since last summer. It was too late in the season to grow them last year, so they're in the first run this year. I've germinated these in a solution of Formulex at 1:200 .. the packets were opened at roughly 2pm on Sunday 23rd April. By 10am the next morning, they were all split open and showing their little white tails. Germination rate was 100%. They were potted in a mild seed and cutting compost and by 10pm the following evening, were breaking the soil's surface. Seedlings will be under T5 flourescents for as long as it takes for the fucking sun to shine, which it's not doing much of at the moment. This is just a week after opening the packets, day 4 since birth .. AutoBrooklyn Sunrise: Colorado Cookies: The one thing I've learned about Autos, you have to get them started off faster than Lewis Hamilton! Or Seb Vettel if you're F1 savvy!
  7. IMG-2274.JPG

    From the album Glueberry og Dutch Passion

    The biggest of the 2
  8. IMG-2273.JPG

    From the album Glueberry og Dutch Passion

    The smaller of the 2
  9. Greeting all, Thought I would have a go at doing a grow diary and what a better way to demonstrate new genetics but to illustrate how not to do things. Firstly some genetic details Glueberry 0G Gorilla Glue x OG x Blueberry Indica/Sativa Photoperiod Feminised High Yield 1.5-2.0 m Indoors 8 Weeks Taste - Blueberry, Diesel, Sweet system - 2 tent system ( veg 1.2 x .3m .1.2 and flower 2.4 x 1.2 x 2.1) Lighting Veg 4 x T5 Flower 400 + 600 HPS Grow medium clay balls and vermiculite ( layer of balls on top and the bottom of all pots with vermiculite in the middle) Pots 200 mm which sit in trays Why I do it this way. Basically I use vermiculite so I have to water once a day as I work 12 hour days so only get the morning before I go to work. I hand water till the runoff reaches a certain level then let them sit in the runoff i use a nutrient cycle of N N N Water N Water Flush The cycle I have adjusted over time as I have had nutrient burn quite often on previous grows as I multistrain grow so the balance between the nutrient requirements is a bit of a juggle. I use AN nutrients with Sensi Veg (ph adjusting one) and jungle juice bloom i also use final flush for 8 - 12 days i do the majority of the maintenance stuff early sat mornings and also have a green head torch to do stuff I need to do with the lights out. so that's some background, i got these girls the day before Xmas so they started the life on the 24/12/16 The first pic is the obligatory proof of packaging ect I will post up the next pic tomorrow as it's now been about 4 weeks and have not taken another one as this is a spontaneous decision to go ahead with the diary. i did top the biggest one of the two today at the 5th node. anyhows thanks for taking the time to stop in and have a look. i make no promises but I usually aim for only one major fuckup per grow cycle but you never know as am always still learning cheers BB
  10. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  11. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  12. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  13. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  14. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  15. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  16. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  17. Auto Mazar Dry (Lovely Smoke)

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    Auto Mazar Dry, A nice tasty smoke with great looking buds nice and dense and packs a punch as well.
  18. Durban poison

    From the album Mostly growing

  19. Durban poison

    From the album Mostly growing

  20. Dutch Passion Auto Blueberry

    From the album Guerilla Grow 2016

    This is some of the best buds that I got off of one Auto Blueberry I wish I could have left it longer but I was going away and wanted some smoke to take with me so down she cam but she tasted pretty nice anyway and got me plenty wrecked.
  21. Looks great doesn't she? Nearly a metre tall and plenty of bud-sites: AutoDaiquiri Lime at 8 weeks ... another 3 to 4 weeks to go. However, a couple of days back, maybe a week, I noticed that the plant didn't quite 'look' right. Couldn't put my finger on it, just a hunch. Then I realised that the lovely white pistils were losing their 'vibrance' ... sort of looking a bit greyish. On closer inspection ... Ouch. This looked a bit soon and 'wrong' for the plant, as I'd grown her before earlier in the season and this was different to 'normal' ... Also, there's something missing ... resin glands. So, onto Google, and found similar issues without suitable explanations, none of which seemed to fit. Logically, something wasn't right, so I had to get to the bottom of it. I'd taken pH readings, checked my feeding and watering schedule, water-logged? nope, deficiencies? doubt it, the leaves would show them first ... stumped. Then, back next to the plant taking even more pH readings, which were fine btw, I momentarily lost my balance and put some weight on the pH meter pushing the probes right down to the bottom of the bucket. The needle started fluctuating around pH5 ... bingo! methinks. My conclusion is that this is caused by a nutrient / salt build-up at the base of the pot, and the tap root no doubt is affected .. isn't this where the flowering hormones are generated? ... Am I correct in this assumption do you think? I've given her a thorough flushing ... yesterday I gave her several gallons of water, flushing until the run-out was almost clear. Today, I checked her pH at the bucket-base and it read ph6. Today, I repeated the flush, less water. I'm hoping now that the hot sunshine and high transpiration rate will help her to dry out ... I won't be watering her again for a fortnight I don't think! We'll just have to see if she starts producing some resin glands now ... watch this space. And if anyone reading this can throw some more light on the subject, I'd be all ears. Bud Wiser
  22. Blueberry #7

    From the album Hazy's Herbs

    © 2016 Hazy Harry