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My Sweecret laboratory. 5th Sweet Seeds competition grow diary 2018/19 Hello all you people out there and welcome to my Sweecret laboratory Sweet seeds have been kind enough to donate to me 3 packs of seeds to grow out in this competition which I am ever grateful for. A big thankyou to Tommy and Jaypp for all the work in running the comp and making it possible Here are the strains I will be attempting to get to harvest, with some nice fat smelly flowers hopefully: Cream 47 I will be growing this because.....I originally wanted to grow the Cream Caramel but when I saw this, crossed with AK47 I thought I'd try for the best of both worlds. I once grew 8 Femaleseeds auto AK outdoors, went on holiday, came back and they'd all rotted so I never did get to try it So now at least I'll get a taste of AK and the much talked about Cream Caramel mixed into one. Sounds like a nice balanced 50/50 high from the strain description and that's right up my street for when mates are round. Crystal Candy F1 fast version Strawberry chewing gum and candy shop sound good to me, got a bit of a sweet tooth. When I read "It is possible to obtain extractions of exquisite quality and incredibly pleasant aroma from the buds of this plant", well I just couldn't resist. Never grown a fast version yet either so I thought I'd give that a try instead of the original. Green Poison CBD Another much talked about strain so I just had to try it, but mixed with CBD on this occasion. Maybe I'll try the original some time. Delicious, intense, sweet fruity aromas all sounds good to me. So does fast flowering and heavy yielding. If it's a heavy yielding strain grown under optimal conditions then I can at least hope for a half decent yield for my efforts. Sweet Pure CBD Well my usual grows are 6 plants in a 120 x 120 tent so I would have been growing 2 each of the above strains but I've decided to go with just 4 plants this time, maybe in larger pots and give them a chance to perform better with more breathing space. I thought I'd purchase some high CBD and throw one in there. I'm quite enjoying the fact that THC/CBD mixes and high CBD strains are hitting the market lately. Works wonders for me last thing at night for sleeping. Equipment, medium and nutrients. Root riot cubes. Nursery bags and 2-1/2" starter pots. 1.5L square plastic intermediate pots. Maybe 6L square plastic 2nd intermediate pot. 9L or 12L fabric pots for finals. If I decide on 12's I'll pot up through the 6's. Clover MP compost Perlite Canna coco pro TNC MycorrMax Bio Bizz Root juice Shropshire seaweed (not sure where the sea is in Shropshire ) Bio silicon Bio Bizz Fishmix Bio Bizz Bloom Epsom salts Propagation and early veg. DIY veg cab measuring 60 x 55 x 115 Veg cab 4" RVK extraction with passive ducting from a DIY radiator box with 1800w thermostatic controlled oil filled rad set to 1200w. 6" desk fan for circulation Large heated propagator with no lid, containing some sand in the bottom for distributing the heat and also for wetting to aid humidity. Gravel tray with propagation lid. Dimmable 135w HLG Quantum board V2 Late veg and flower. 120 x 120 x 180 tent in an uninsulated attic room. I've insulated one side in the eaves but the roof and other side are just plaster so I have a duvet and some large bubble bubble wrap draped over the tent roof to keep heat in. TD Silent 6" 2 speed extraction with 6" Rhino pro filter Intake from 2 x 4" RVKs into 6" ducting through a y piece and reducers. One from the rad box and one from the veg cab. The one from the veg cab can be slowed to control temps and humidity in both the cab and the tent. This is a recent adjustment to the environmental controls so I'm still testing it's efficiency. Electric blanket for keeping the roots warm, plugged into an Inkbird thermostat with probe. Circulating fan is a 3 speed air purifying fan with carbon filter removed and negative ion generator switched off, so basically a 3 speed fan. What's happened so far I would normally only propagate for 2 weeks or less in the veg cab, then move into the tent because I find the environment easier to control in there. However, I've made a lot of adjustments to the intake/extraction lately, as mentioned earlier, so that I can grow these in the cab for 4 weeks while my current grow is finishing flowering. I expect a few problems because I need to keep the humidity up in the cab while trying to keep it as low as possible in my tent. I'm going for it though as I can't really wait until the current grow is finished due to other commitments next spring. This grow needs to be finished by the end of March 29/11 So the old prop base was set to 8 of 10 on the dial and the gravel tray placed in on the intake side that draws warm air. 4 root riot plugs, already damp, straight from the bag were placed in their plug tray and the prop lid put on. Board set to about halfway on the dimmer, so about 105w and 32" above the plugs. 30/11 9:30pm Temps were 24-26 C and humidity 80-99 over 24 hours so now was a good time to get things going. First seed out of each tube was squeeze tested for firmness, pic taken and straight into it's plug, point facing down and about 10mm down and the hole plugged. Prop lid on, sealed at the vents with tape and left 24 hours. 1/12 After 24 hours I gave 2ml of water to each plug just to make sure they stayed damp enough. Here's the panel at 32" above the plugs 2/12 Gave the plugs a light misting of root juice to keep the tops moist. When I see tap roots at the bottom they'll go straight into their nursery bags of Clover mixed with a 1/3rd perlite and a sprinkle of Mycorrmax. Best of luck to everyone in the comp. I'll update when I see life