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  1. Hello , hello, and welcome to my watery wonderland, roll up roll up (quite literally), and come and join Billy's circus of dreams. There will be some laughs, a bit of craic, some big ole ganja plants and a reserviour full of watery fun........ This year i have decided to join the sweet seeds competition again, and this time i am choosing 3 classic strains. Here they are im doing 2 of each, and the strains will be Jack 47, cream 47 and sweet afghan delicious. i did the SAD last year and enjoyed it so much im doing it again. it produced dense solid buds from bottom to top of the plant and tasted divine. The Jack 47 and cream 47 are unknown quantities, so it will be nice to test them out. im hoping the cream 47 has the power and the jack has the taste, but time will tell. i am going for something different this year, this year im going to try and grow a few trees...probably one of each strain, depending on how my germination goes. ive been killing a lot of seedlings lately, no idea how, or why, but i will try extra hard this year, because i want them all germed so i can pick the best ones for "redwood alley". My plan is to put them all into the system, see which ones take swimming lessons and which ones dont, and keep the 3 best . My room. Its about 2.5 wide by 4.2 long, and has a 9 pot, DIY, top fed, rdwc system in it. these are 60 litre totes, which are fed my a 8000litre pump on the 5 pot side , and a 4000 litre pump on the 4 pot side. Air pumps are 60 litre ones, and all pumps are Hailea. 2 golf ball airstones per pot. These arent really needed, but the more the merrier as i say i have 5 lights in there, all of them are dimmable ballast HPS, 600 watts. my fans are a 10 inch intake and a 12 inch extract, run off a simple DIY variac controller. Filter is currently an old rhino pro, 1 metre long, which is going to be changed out very shortly with a new one. Not a rhino tho, a Carboair. Germination. i will be soaking them overnight in a shot glass and then into kitchen roll till roots sprout, and then probably into the prop with some coco, till they have enough roots for the system. This is the same way ive been doing it for years, but i used to use the root it cubes, im not this time, as ive had some damping off lately in them, and no, before you say it, ive not been over spraying them. So they are in shot glasses as we speak, and i will report back when the excitement starts. Bring it on!!!! 'Mon the trees!
  2. From the album First LED Grow Scope Samsung Bodhi Sweet Seeds UGORG

    Very squat Blues raised in the centre. Only 8 this side due to late discovery of a Lotus Larry male.
  3. Sweet Seeds® Sweet Tai®, Psicodelicia® & Jack 47® Sweetly Sativa (leaning) Diary Competition 2018/2019 Introduction I chose these three strains (Jack47®, Sweet Tai® and Psicodelicia®) as they are all at least 70% Sativa and It would be nice to have a smoke that boosts creativity rather than renders me disabled on the sofa, I’d like to see how they perform under the Quantum boards which tend to keep node spacing tight and hopefully control any stretch although height/headroom is not necessarily a problem. My intention is to keep a concise diary, monitoring plant health and growth rates and environmental conditions along the way. Many thanks to Sweet Seeds for their generosity and the opportunity to take part in this competition. There’s some stiff competition this year and I hope this will inspire and motivate me to keep a detailed, interesting and up to date diary. Strains: (all info reproduced from seed packs) Sweet Tai® - Fantastic crossbreed between our elite clones of Super Tai and Early Skunk. The resulting hybrid features a very tasty, deeply spiced and exotic flavour that is typical of Asian varieties. The Early skunk genetic side shortens the flowering period, but also allows for denser and more resinous buds, with a more compact structure that turns it into a strain adapted for indoor growing. Produces a very cerebral high. Psicodelicia® - This strain is a cross between a clone form the United States and a plant from Nepal whose spices aromas bring to mind places where coffee is toasted. A mostly Sativa plant with very short flowering period, producing generous buds all full of resin The effect is typical of a mostly Sativa hybrid: energetic, clean and exciting. An ideal strain for artistic and creative activities. Jack 47® - This super hybrid is the result of the cross between wo of the most potent genetics of all time, Jack Herer X AK47. Jack47®(SWS08) is a very productive plant with strong effect that grows with an extraordinary vigour. This allows for big buds with copious amounts of resin. The tastes and aroma of this variety are sweet and fresh, complemented with a lemony hint and tones of incense. As a result of its genetic freshness and hybrid vigour, this plant adapts very well to every kind of growing technique. Besides that, it allows for the production of strong and healthy clones that show roots in only 7 days. Grow Room Profile Equipment and Used: Seedlings - .8m2 grow cupboard Lighting 65w 4000K Quantum board. (courtesy of DIY led) Veg/Flower Area – Tent, Dimensions 240cmX120cmX200cm, Mylar lined. Extraction – 10inch Mountain Air Carbon filter (1870m3/hr) System Air 10” RVK fan (780m3/hr) Intake: Passive, Several. Lighting: 1 X 530w Quantum board V2 LED Kit (DIYLED) 2 X ISH250W Quantum Board (Invisible Sun LED) Growing Medium: Soil, Jacks Magic. pH 5.5-6.5 Nutrients: Maxicrop Seaweed for seedlings and during veg to promote root health/disease resistance. House & Garden Soil A & B: ingredients: Calcium nitrate, ammonium nitrate, nitric acid, potassium hydroxide, phosphoric acid anhydride and magnesium sulphate. House & Garden BUD XL for flowering period. Ingredients: Ammonium nitrate, nitric acid and potassium hydroxide TNC Mycorr Max (The Nutrient Company) 8 endo – Mycorrhizae 7 Ecto-Mycorrhizae 5 Trichoderma 13 Beneficial Bacteria Seaweed Humic Acid Vitalink Cal Mag (NPK 1.8-0-0) Minimum Guaranteed Analysis. (N) 1.8% (NO3)1.8% (CaO)4.0% (MgO)1.7% (Fe) – chelated by EDDHA 0.04% (Fe) – chelated by DPTA 0.05% All liquid nutrients measured by pipette Hygrometer/Thermometer. 4 way lighting contactor. Oscillating floor fan. Iphone 7 for Pictures. 3L square black pots 7L square black pots. Tape measure MS Excel Two seeds of each strain were put into Jacks magic soil in 0.1L pots, the soil was pre-wetted with maxicrop Seaweed extract made up at 1.1ml/L This solution is now in a spray bottle so I can keep the pots moist without flooding them out and washing my seed away to the bottom of the pot. The pots have been positioned under the 65W Quantum board where temperature is a steady 24.1 C with a piece of paper over the tops of the pots to stop the light stunning them when they initially appear (at which point I'll move the light higher) The plant labels are sticky on one side so that any pests can be detected and dealt with early if necessary. The date on each label refers to the date the seeds went into soil but will be updated with the dates they break ground in due course. Growth rates, Environmental conditions and observations will be tracked and monitored throughout the grow, using Microsoft Excel. If anyone's made it this far through my long post, Well done! and thank you I'm a little intimidated by the quality of contestants in this competition but I'll be happy to finish with some great buds and a smile on my face. Good Luck to ALL
  4. First Coco Grow Week 9

    From the album First Coco Grow Flowering

    Coming down on day 68.
  5. Sweet Seeds Jack 47 Week 9

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