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  1. Lets hope it is a great summer for growing, I have my fingers and toes crossed... Firstly, a big thank you to @Dinafem-Mark and the whole Dinafem team for running this competition and providing the seeds. This summer I am growing Critical +2.0 and Purple Afghan Kush. Lets see what can be done in the greenhouse with these at Lat 53.5. I have done greenhouse grows before and have learned a lot over the years but I have never ran with any Dinafem beans before. I have just put the seeds into moist paper towel in a takeaway plastic container and have put them into the airing cupboard. Once the tap root gets to around 1cm, I will transfer into pots. Here they are: As you can see, I am running 2 of each variety which I think will be plenty in my greenhouse, especially as I am also running some autos which you can follow in my other diaries in the 'Growing under glass' section of 'Outdoor growing'. I typically like to grow in soil / compost with lots of amendments (supersoil) but this year I am thinking of backing of a little with the supersoil and use a combination of amendments and Biobizz Fishmix and Bloom as well as Maxicrop Seaweed extract and Formulex. I will amend the soil and will detail as I do it but I won't be relying on it as the sole source of nutrients. My greenhouse is 9' x 12' and I will also be growing tomatoes and chillies in there, mainly as a visual cover crop to hide my cannabis plants but I also love to eat them. I also have the following in my greenhouse which help hugely: 2 x Auto roof vents 1 x Auto intake louvre 1 x Bio Green 2kW electric greenhouse heater with thermostatic control 1 x 20 l/day dehumidifier plumbed in for continuous use 1 x water butt with airstone Timer controlled automatic watering system to keep all my plants alive when I go on holiday Digital Thermometer and Hygrometer. I'm really looking forward to this years grow and feeling very optimistic. Last year, I only did one small plant that gave me smoke until 5th January. This year I'm hoping to do a lot better. The final pots I will use are 42 litre vegetable bags from Wilko's that I have used before with great success. They are light weight, hold a lot of soil and are easy to work with. I think that is enough for the first post as not much has really happened yet. Hopefully, seeds will be in soil in a couple of days, will report back then...
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    From the album HSO Green Crack

  3. Hi All, Been here about a month now and picked up some great advice already, Done a few greenhouse/garden grows in the past but this year is my first indoor (wardrobe) LED grow. Its going pretty well so far (fingers crossed) I've posted a couple posts already but realized i never came here first to say hello... So Hello! Anyway just wanted to say great site, and great to have good quality feedback from experienced growers. Cheers! PS, i've tried to contact a Mod about a small issue but it comes up as "im allowed 0 messages per day" any chance a mod could message me please?
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    From the album HSO Green Crack

    Her new home
  5. Welcome to my lazy diary Here are two tins i got my seeds from Here are two seeds germinating in kitchen paper one is i will let you guess what strains they are
  6. Here's our gpfv about 4 weeks old Check out her massive fan leaves....thats my mate's hand and he's not a small lad. Will update with pics whenever possible. Cheers.
  7. Here we go, I can't wait any longer. My seeds have been patiently waiting in the fridge and I have decided to start a few early to see how they go. The seeds are: Auto Daiquiri Lime - Dutch Passion Auto Brooklyn Sunrise - Dutch Passion Auto Black Domina - Sagarmatha Seeds I have just done one of each for now as I'm not expecting great growth by starting them so early. I picked out the smallest looking seeds from each packet. I started the seeds in moist kitchen towel in a Tupperware box in the airing cupboard. They all had sprouted within 36 hours and they were put into peat based potting mix in 5" pots. Here is my seedling cupboard that I have just made: There are 2 x 24W LED grow lamps that I bought from Gearbest for about £10 each. The temps in the greenhouse are still too cold so I have brought the cabinet into the house. I also have a propagation heat pad under the pots as you can see below: I have just turned on one of the bulbs at the moment as seedlings are so young. I will keep the plants in this cupboard as long as possible and then transfer into the greenhouse. The greenhouse will be heated and I may use some supplemental lighting in there also. As I have no weed to smoke until I grow it, I am urging these little girls on. I will also start some later in the year at a more optimal time and I will be taking part in the Dinafem outdoor grow comp with Critical +2.0 and Purple Afghan Kush, generously supplied by @Dinafem-Mark All comments and advice appreciated...
  8. Hi guys, I’m growing a couple of autos blue mystic and OG Kush in a large Argos plastic greenhouse. There are in soil bio mix light. Looking healthy, But they are only getting about 8 hours a day full sun on the greenhouse. The rest is in the shade ( because of a bloody large oak tree and the house) I think this is why they are slow growers. My OG are on there fourth set of leaves and these are nearly 4 weeks old the blues are on there 3rd set and 3 weeks old. Because these are autos will they start flowering soon? Even though they are still small? Or do the plants have to get to a certain size? Also do you think I would be better staying away from autos with my current set up? Any info would be great thank you
  9. Hey All, I'm planning on trying some autogrows this year in a small-ish wooden growhouse, maybe double the depth one of those pop-up green plastic things which I'm going to try and squeeze six, 10 litre poly pots in (pots will fit snugly side-by-side) I have some anxiety that I want a natural way of fixing so will be growing feminised autoflower CBD heavy (I hope) strains. Initially I did very little research and was a bit over-enthusiastic about purchasing seed, which isn't unusual with me and seeds… I got some ShortStuff fem'd Blue Himalaya (came with a couple fem Auto-Assassin and a Dr. Feelgood) and have since added some SweetSeeds fem'd Sweet Nurse Auto CBD which are on the way. I'm planning on two grows, first will be started in May directly in their pots in their final and only growing position if weather permits and will start with the Sweet Nurse first (will probably chuck in the two Auto-Assassins at the back so I won't be putting all my eggs in one basket which will probably be for someone else as they are sativa dominant) I have limited head height after taking the pots into account, if allowed to grow to their maximum, they'll stick out of the top, I've read that you can't always completely rely on what it says on the tin too so I'm planning on doing a low-fi LST to restrict the height a bit, I would like to try and confine them to their own pot diameter as they'll be a tight fit with their neighbours. Will Start the second batch late June to first quarter of July depending on how the first batch is looking, I have another space that should be free by then so they'll be able to sit there for a couple of weeks while the first batch finishes, and if the wait is too long, can be modified to be their forever home. I'm going to use an enviromesh clone to keep out the bugs, it allows in 75% of the air and 90% of the light but will give it an opaque look when I need to open all the doors and lid at peak summer so should help with neighbours glancing over. The medium I'm planning on using is a 35 litres of filtered-stream-peat based multi-purpose compost, 20 litres worm castings and 5 litres of either vermiculite or perlite, with organic feeds later in the grow if necessary. Is an LST grow confined to it's own pot unrealistic? The front row (or back) can be trained slightly forward allowing more space for the both rows as I have little bit of depth to play with. Could I train the front three low and back three slightly higher with LST to maximise light for back row? I've trained grapes, fruit trees toms and other assorted vines and plants in the past and will again but am I mad wanting to train with LST outdoors at all on my first real grow? Advice and questions are welcome Thanks a bunch, spent many hours browsing the site already (haven't visited the site in a very long time) Pariah. Lat 51
  10. This is my grow i know its a small greenhouse but its all i can have for my space, will be putting more outdoor in woods too, i made my own soil with everything in it i used black magic potting soil and biobizz light mixed together and have just been watering only. i have 3 auto flower chemdawg and one lemon and one ami and the other one i dont know the strain, sorry i am starting this abit late
  11. Hi, everyone. Hope you don’t mind me joining you all as a first-time grower. I’m a middle-age mum from the wild flatlands of East Anglia. Smoked a little hash in my 20s but nothing since. Had back issues for some years and now insomnia due to me hitting that time of life *cough* and started using CBD at the start of the year to see if it would help. It has, and I love it, but started thinking about something a little stronger to help me in the evening when the son is in bed to help me sleep and ease the pain a little. I stopped drinking this year because it was making me feel yuk - plus doesn’t help with those hot flushes. Medicinal weed seemed the perfect choice. Hubby and I have a long garden full of sheds and greenhouses as we are avid gardeners. I managed to persuade him to clear out one half of the greenhouses for my little venture and so I’m going for an au natural greenhouse grow. Whilst researching, I got so stressed out by all the information about what I should be doing, using, feeding, etc, I decided I wanted to keep it simple and use my knowledge and common sense of gardening to see if I could grow some girls without too much hassle. I got my seeds from Aztech. I went for a Mellow AK, but they threw in a free Gigantuan auto, a White Rhino and Hawaiian Skunk (thank you, Aztech!). My seedlings have been going since April and it’s been a real learning curve. I’ve cocked up a few times but, hey-ho -that’s the fun of it, and I have three lovely plants growing in the greenhouse and still alive (for now). Keeping all my fingers and toes crossed for the next couple of months. I’ve loved reading all your advice and experiences on this forum _ keep it up. It’s great learning from you all. I’d love to start a grow diary but was wondering about photos -can I upload some and is the file info stripped from the image when uploaded? Anyway, lovely to be here and hopefully happy harvesting for us all x
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    From the album 2018 Grow

    Newly floored greenhouse
  13. OK, with my early auto's well underway (germinated on 1st March) it is now perfect time for me to start my main crop of auto's and see how much bigger they can get. I am running: 2 x Dutch Passion Auto Daiquiri Lime 2 x Dutch Passion Auto Brooklyn Sunrise 1 x Sagarmatha Auto Black Domina 2 x Dinafem Critical +2.0 2 x Dinafem Purple Afghan Kush Here they are just popped into moist paper towels today inside a plastic takeaway container: The Dinafem girls are entering the Dinafem Outdoor grow competition and their progress will be updated regularly in the competition diary here - I'll keep this diary just for the Auto's but the odd picture of the Dinafem photo-periods will appear from time to time. Will update as soon as there is something to show. Happy growing everyone...
  14. Hi guys I'm looking for a strain of auto's does well in greenhouses/outdoors was thinking something like Dianfem blue amnesia XXL, Original sensible Purple Haze or Buddha magnum which I have heard goods things on here. I'm sort of a newbie (Done a few grows indoors but it was awhile ago) so i'm game for any tips and suggestions too. Would like too though if anyone has had any experience with these strains or a great/bad one with others strains in a greenhouse.
  15. Started a seed early this year and he's a bouncing baby boy. I want to use him to breed with but I want to keep him small, just big enough to use his pollen. Then use him when my best girl get big enough. He is 4 nodes tall and really going for it right now, doubled in size in a week (germinated 11th Apr). He is an auto (Micron Auto Tao). Basically where do I cut him back or top. Ty PS. how far away do I keep him from my girls?
  16. Hi guys hope all is well I’m in desperate need of help.... I had some auto flower Sensi Skunk growing in greenhouse but to cut a long story ( plant ) short my dogs ate them..... devastated my first grow too, I was wondering what’s the best auto to grow outside in a little greenhouse for the uk climate.....like I said I’ve tried sensi skunk but thinking of trying something different
  17. Hi there everyone - newbie to the site. Just thought I'd intrduce you to this year's 'Girls'. After an abnormally 2nd warm day here on the East Yorkshire Coast - I've moved em all from the 40*c greenhouse, outside to catch the last few rays of the day. ( 5x Hindu Kush Auto Fem / 1x Peyote Critical - Barney's Farm Freebie currently @ day 20 now, (which is ironically on 4/20 exactly) after paper towel germination method and weaned from Indoors temperatures until warmer outside. Really nice growing in a concealed garden and being able to give them the most that nature has to offer. My next venture is to move into HK Regular breeding. I will be trying to use natural resources as much as possible - I'm not too bothered about forcing for high yields......."Let Em Grow, To See What They Show" - Kindest Regards to you all - update to follow
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    From the album Early Summer 2018 Fem Auto's - 20th April #420

    This years first crop....HK Fem Auto's - catchin' today's last rays of sun (20th of April 2018) #420
  19. Hi Once I get my head round uploading pics to here I'll share what's going on in my cheap greenhouses! I've spent less than £30 on them and less than £40-50 on seeds, soil, fertiliser and pots. In fact the bulk of the cost is pots! I have two auto's and 3 fem in right now, 3 more fem's germing and another 5 waiting to germ once this other 3 have gone into soil. Theres nothing fancy about this at all, just my first go and me muddling through it! It's so interesting reading everyone's journals and seeing the differences and problems people come up against. Excited to see this journal through!
  20. https://goo.gl/images/URSedn Hi guys, First of all I’m not from the UK , I’m from Hungary but we don’t have awesome sites like this and I would apreeciate if you would help me out. I’m gonna start growing for the first time 6x Royal Queen Seeds autos. Since I live with my parents I cannot start growing inside, I can only germinate the seeds and leave them indoors for 2-3 days tops. So I have bought this mini polytunnel for the seedlings/vegetative stage. I will be growing in a forrest near a river with the sun shining on it. I wanna ask you approx. how many degrees will the polytunnel bring the heat up? Should I put it outside now so it can heat up and in a week or two I could be able to use it? I will be growing in 10L pots and I will plant the germinated seeds directly to their final pots,with a 70/30 soil perlite mix. I will visit the site every 3-5 days. Any tip and advice is really apreeciated
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    So, my first ever grow op and it's going to be in a greenhouse. Now, I know nothing about this so there is going to be some reading about it but I can't seem to find much specific info about these seeds... I bought as follows; Auto Seeds Auto #1 Auto Seeds Auto Pounder Auto Seeds Polar Express Bomb Seeds Auto Cherry Bomb I could really know the times for the seed to germinate and then onto maturity and what would be fabulous if anyone knows the ideal temps and the germination temps too. don't wanna balls this up. Peace. edit: I did check the strain DB but there wasn't anything I could find, I may be doing it wrong but Ctrl-f hasn't failed me before.
  22. hello guys! here's a photo heavy insight into my first time greenhouse grow.. soo much preparation went into it that was not documented as i only decided to take pictures etc after the site was pretty much complete.. untill i made many changes as it was my first time and my OCD's where kicking in hard when i wasn't happy with something, as you will see in the photos! i designed a self watering system and also a solar fan system. so far i have 3 strains growing.. 4 sensi skunk autos but one seems to have different genetics to the other 3.. maybe from a different mother or different strain all together, who knows! these are now the biggest and are all now flowering (for picture reference) 1 pineapple haze feminized still vegging, and 4 magnum autos not long transitioned.. ill be updating this post from now on
  23. Eyup... I figured i may aswell post a new thread here of my last finishing plant. Some of you will have already seen my other thread but that was auto flower heavy.. This is my only photoperiod i put out unfortunately! But.. This year was a trial and error with fortunatly very little error few mold issues here and there but hopefully that holds off now untill the end! Its going to be touch and go this one! Atleast a 9 week flower minimum and its probably only 3-4 weeks in.. Here she is! Shes a big un! I have to completely remove one cola that had many side banches due to stem damage. In a 6ft by 4ft GH, the canopy fills the whole space. pineapple haze
  24. Hi all I'm wondering if anyone as an idea how to get rid of caterpillars from a outdoor grow in plastic greenhouse a friend recommended bugclear fruit and veg which iv applied but they keep showing up. I think I'm about 5 weeks away from harvest Thanks
  25. So I'm new to coco, only done a few grows. Been a big fan of biobizz but thought I'd try something different. Did some BBC, all went well just didn't get the pheno I wanted. Greenhouse Big Bang Auto. Again grow wise everything was sweet just the genetics were a let down. Then some Sweet Seeds CC. This I terminated after a few weeks because I went from jiffy to final pot and overwatered that one initial watering in. When I bought my first seeds years ago, the chap in the headshop recommended trying autos first. He said they were better for beginners, and again recommended Sweet seeds saying he only ever got good reviews. I feel he was right about Sweet Seeds. There is a lot of complaints of autos not living up to the potency of their photoperiod cousins. Having only grown Sweet Seeds I thought people were crazy. Cream Caramel is one of the stronger smokes I've ever had. Years down the line though with more experience of other "breeders" (more like hackers) autos I can now see where they get their bad name. Autoflowers are excellent when they are genetically up to par, and there isn't much variation in a packet. It allows us to get in a really quick crop, of potent, flavoursome buds. They are however better suited in my opinion to experienced growers. One little mistake can have such a big consequence. Like my first foray into planting into final pots causing the seedlings to stunt. If they had been photos I would've just pulled the seedlings up and put them in smaller pots, or just simply waited for the pots to dry and continue on. Anyway, due to terminating my seedlings I've put all my free seeds into paper towel to sprout to see what I get. So far I've got two Dinafem Critical Jack and two Greenhouse Exodus Cheese. All four fem. The sprouted seeds were put into small pots of coco, and watered at pH 5.7.