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  1. https://imgur.com/gallery/HC7Twzv I'm from the UK latitude 52, I know it's late in the season but excited to see how they turn out 3 x power plant xl auto 1 x northern light (not lights) auto or amnesia auto. One of them died and I mixed them up They're a month old and two of the power plants have started flowering. One of the power plants and the northern/amnesia have suffered a little bit from slugs or whatever but oh well. Keeping it organic ans have worm castings in the soil. The soil is plant magic and there is also a little bit of compost. Recently I've started using chicken manure pellets. They're spending their life in a cheap polythene polytunnel (which isn't as warm as it should be as theres a massive tear in the side:/), but have spent most of their life in a small plastic greenhouse tent thing, which got destroyed by a storm so the plants suffered a bit. They also spent a bit of time by the window sill and patio. When I started them off they didn't get enough light. I put them under a 60w led bulb and they were very leggy. One of the seeds stopped growing after that and then died, but they've regained their strength. The two big ones have thick af stalks to a bit nervous to train it, but the two smaller ones I'm going to start training. The pots are supposed to be 20 litres but didn't have enough soil so it's basically 10 litres I was also pretty clumsy transplanting and the plants got damaged from a storm when they were young, so that doesn't help:/ Feedback appreciated!:)
  2. Hi currently buying bits and bobs for my first grow il be using the dr60 (60x60x170cm) made my mind up on the light il be using the diyled scope-150. Just really stuck on what fan and filter to use want the best one to get rid of all smell and a fan thats not that noisy if possible moneys not really an issue just want the best one for the area im growing in. thanks
  3. Mango bubble cloud yield

    From the album Summer 2019

  4. Mango bubble cloud nug

    From the album Summer 2019

  5. Mango bubble cloud drying untrimmed

    From the album Summer 2019

  6. https://imgur.com/gallery/HC7Twzv I'm from the UK latitude 52, I know it's late in the season but excited to see how they turn out 3 x power plant xl auto 1 x northen light (not lights) auto or amnesia auto. One of them died and I mixed them up They're a month old and two of the power plants have started flowering. One of the power plants and the northern/amnesia have suffered a little bit from slugs or whatever but oh well. Keeping it organic ans have worm castings in the soil. The soil is plant magic and there is also a little bit of compost. Recently I've started using chicken manure pellets. They're spending their life in a cheap polythene polytunnel (which isn't as warm as it should be as theres a massive tear in the side:/), but have spent most of their life in a small plastic greenhouse tent thing, which got destroyed by a storm so the plants suffered a bit. They also spent a bit of time by the window sill and patio. When I started them off they didn't get enough light. I put them under a 60w led bulb and they were very leggy. One of the seeds stopped growing after that and then died, but they've regained their strength. The two big ones have thick af stalks to a bit nervous to train it, but the two smaller ones I'm going to start training. The pots are supposed to be 20 litres but didn't have enough soil so it's basically 10 litres I was also pretty clumsy transplanting and the plants got damaged from a storm when they were young, so that doesn't help:/ Feedback appreciated!:)
  7. The seeds have arrived! I wont be germinating until april/may as my greenhouse has been destroyed so no early plants this year. This years grow will be a garden centre job i think ill probably still keep it organic which means i get to go poop shopping anyway these are the seeds i ordered (nice 1 @Dinafem-Mark) no doubt ill run other dinafem strains as i have plenty of others
  8. Mango bubble cloud progress auto

    From the album Summer 2019

  9. Mango bubble cloud auto bud shot

    From the album Summer 2019

  10. Hello fellow growers and erb lovers. First time here on the site and I’m glad to be here to share my experiences with you. I’ll tell you a brief little bit about myself and then elaborate on my plans for this summerI first started growing autos back when I was a young lad a fair few years ago. My and my mate picked up a Critical 2.0+Auto seed from Rhino seed bank? If I’m not mistaken back in 2010. We used a small plastic green house in the middle of a big gauze bush on a southernly facing slope near some farm land to grow it out. We visited it every couple of days using basic equipment, cheap tomato feed blah blah. To our surprise it grew almost 5 ft in height almost wanting to outgrow the green house. We couldn’t believe it at the time, being still kids and all that. I’m not mentioning any ages but you know. Safe to say we were young snappers. We didn’t know much about the anatomy of the plant although we just knew you smoked the flowers. 2 months and a couple of weeks into the grow we could tell it was starting to flower and things were looking amazing for our first ever grow! Our dreams were quickly cut short when the farmer clocked onto us. There was a corn field at the top of the hill which you had to get over a fence to get into but we believe when the farmer was collecting all of his corn at the end of the season he saw our little green house from up high in his tractor over he banking of the hill. Needless to say the green house was destroyed and thrown down further into the gauze bushes! Wewere gutted, tried to salvage what we could but they were premature flowers. Looking back it was an experience I’ll never forget! Class!Fast forward a few years and a few more grows, some successful some not and here we are. This year we plan to grow mainly Mephisto autos, a few Dinafem and maybe a couple of others I’ve yet to decide on. Few plants on the windowsill as an experiment, a few in my greenhouse in the garden and as many as we can getoutside! Currently I have two Mephisto beans out of 12 popped. 1x Double Grape and 1x Strawberry Nuggets. These two are going to be my windowsill beans, if I manage to Harvest 14g off both plants combined I’ll be chuffed. The rest of the Mephisto Beans (1x Double Grape 1x Strawberry Nuggets, 2x Alien v Triangle, 4x Northern Cheese Haze, 2x Forgotten Cookies will be going in the green house and outside along with the Dinafems. All of our spots are south facing, expecting to get 8 hours of direct sunlight a day. Including my windowsill! As for what I’m using for the grow, here’s a list.BioBizz Light Mix3L, 5L & 9L airpots.Bio Bizz Nutes- Bio Grow, Bio Bloom.Advanced Nutrients Calmag, if required.Mycorrhizal Fungi (Great White)Things I’m thinking of adding--Some sort of top feed to increase themicrobial life in the soil.- A foliar feed.My water source is nice and soft water from a local source. I was consideringgetting a ph meter a couple of years ago, but I’ve had no issue with my tap water in plenty of years growing. I believe the Light Mix will act as a buffer to and that has a pH of 6.2 if I remember correctly! The latitude where I am is 54 If anyone is interested to know.Let me know what you think! Here are a couple pictures of the Double Grape and Strawberry Nuggets that are currently on my windowsill. They are exactly 7days old from sprout as of 11 o’clock this morningUK time. I’m not sure why the images have been rotated but hey ho! Feel free to ask any questions or just drop a comment thanks guys!
  11. Mango bubble cloud structure

    From the album Summer 2019