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  1. Hi, I'm kinda new here - long time lurker, first time poster. Just looking for a little advice. I've just received a couple of new pack of seeds with some pretty cool genetics. Wondering if anyone has had chance to grow em yet or has any helpful info? I've got Strawberry Fields by Crockett Family Farms (Strawberry Banana x Tangie) and Sweets by Karma Genetics (Guava Gelato x Karma Sour Diesel BX2). From what I can gather, both these strains were intended to drop at (the obviously cancelled) Spannabis in Barcelona back in March, so they're pretty new strains I think. Hoping someone has already popped em
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  3. Hi peeps, I've got three nice ladies Fruity Pebble from Karma on the go for my first grow. They look promising after being popped from seed in late June they are now getting big in what I guess is their fourth week of veg after a three week seedling stage? They are on 24 hour light under a Mars Reflector 48 (480w) led. I was going to flip them this week as I'm going away for a couple of week in late October and I thought I could finish them by then. But then I got ambitious and I've just transplanted them from 8l pots to 20l's! The new plan is to veg for a few more weeks then flip and harvest when I get back from holiday. They may be humongous by then and space is an issue so I need some advice on training them in their final weeks of veg and first weeks of flower, whilst they are still supple. I guess I'll start with a scrog net and tying the down? I haven't done much pruning, just some dead leaves and then low ones when I was stoned but I took off a nice one and got spooked! Can anyone also advise me on adding nutes to my Formulex Universal and Nitrozyme diet? Also any general thoughts and tips would be great! I really think these can go! I'll add pics pretty regularly
  4. here are some pics of my first white og v2 to get chopped at 9 1/2 weeks. smells like a good kush should, plasticky listerine and fuel she wasn't any trouble at all to grow and was actually a pleasure watchin her do her thing she didn't do too much until week 6, when the small buds just exploded with life and trichs. looks like it needed more time but i did seem to have a fair few cloudy trichs. atb