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GrandaddyJabba

First polycarb area grow autos and fems

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Sorry they’re night time photo’s again...

 

A few of the Mong-u-mental as mentioned yesterday:

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From above:

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Bit closer up:

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And finally, the whole plant:

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I'm about a week behind but things happening big style in tunnel now. Mine are too big in 20ftx12ft tunnel they topping cover at 7ft.going down the quick auto route next year.These 4 will keep me happy 2 year regardless.

 

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My date for natural turn 12x12 darkness is 26th.

 

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The second mango bubble cloud I trimmed and started to cure on the 5th is now grinding up, starting to smell very tropical and is only getting better. 

 

Got give or take 86 grams dried from the one plant, just a shame I had to cut a bit early. Still stoked you can get this from a UK summer without using lights. Fairly impressed with how dense it turned out, definitely gunna run some mr Dr Krippling autos and fems in the near future. 

In coco I found it to be a sturdy plant that was pretty damn easy to keep healthy looking- in no way affiliated with the breeder but wasn’t much to fault at all in my opinion. 

Jar shot:

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Shot without flash:

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With flash:

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They loaded the skilled work begins now.

 

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Some more progress pics incoming. 

Dr Krippling Mong-u-mental looking promising:

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Zkittles fem stopped growing upwards at such a rate:

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Found an RQS menu, found the honey cream under fast growing section, could be next on the list of seeds I will order to add to my queue:

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Royal cookies being the other one that caught my eye:

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Exodus cheese from Greenhouse seeds still chugging away in the big coco pot:

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The Mong-u-mental I showed in first image of the post above had originally been put in a craft beer can as a windowsill bit of fun. 

Quickly saw she was growing well and repotted her from the can, to the terra cotta pot shown in image below on to its final plastic pot. 

This was her 88 days ago- madness:

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at no point has she been under lights, started on window, moved to garden around two months ago then into the polycarb area once it was made. 

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Found some bargains from a well known Asian website who somehow deliver to the UK for free :cowboy:

Thought I’d treat myself, might order a few seeds later also, but for now got 20 yellow fly trap sheets for three quid, a drying rack for 8 quid and 8 ratchets for around a tenner. 

They always come in handy for supporting plants, hanging lights and filters, and bondage of course :chains:

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Been dragged round the shops, but it led me to the half price end of summer clearance, got two bags of the funghi, fish blood and bone and some small pots all for just over a tenner. 

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Big Sunday update incoming. 

 

Female seeds trained White widow x big bud:

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Never trained to this extreme before, extra slow drinker but I’m excited to see how she turns out:

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Bit of an overview of the area. Bottom right biggie is Dr krippling’s Mong-U-mental, bottom left biggie is Greenhouse seeds Exodus cheese and biggest at back is Bubblicious (all fems):

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Bubblicious, growing in coco, with the humid air and rain lately she’s not drinking/evaporating 4 litres a day, but being fed on canna coco a and b, molasses occasionally, seaweed tonic, pk13/14 and seems to be happily accepting it between ph 5.8 to 6.3. 

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The Mong-U-mental is becoming a very nice plant through flowering:

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This is the canopy of it from above, I’m pretty happy so far:

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Close up of Mong-U-mental flower:

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The Greenhouse seeds Exodus cheese, like the Bubblicious is still growing upwards slightly so keep having to ratchet her away from the roof, this is her today, I had to remove a few more bigger leaves and inconveniently places ones on this plant, the Mong-u-mental and the Bubblicious. I am doing everything in my power to help prevent bud rot, so kind of defol’ing densely leafed areas to prevent micro climates within the canopies:

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Exodus cheese flowers:

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Get a decent sized dehumidifier in there , after all that hard work you dont want to lose them for the sake of £50-60 spent on your local gumtree ... Its only going to get damper and colder now and will be worse in october , nice grow btw .... Im in the same position but have a 12l dehumidifier in there and fan which gives me great controll on the enviroment .

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28 minutes ago, Bodidley said:

Get a decent sized dehumidifier in there , after all that hard work you dont want to lose them for the sake of £50-60 spent on your local gumtree ... Its only going to get damper and colder now and will be worse in october , nice grow btw .... Im in the same position but have a 12l dehumidifier in there and fan which gives me great controll on the enviroment .

 

Probably a good shout mate, was gunna throw in some bags of charcoal but I think I should stop being tight for once..

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Just now, GrandaddyJabba said:

 

Probably a good shout mate, was gunna throw in some bags of charcoal but I think I should stop being tight for once..

You wont regret it mate , made the same decision myself last year and not a problem since ;-) large.5d86661132ba4_P1010005(2).JPG

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7 minutes ago, GrandaddyJabba said:

 

Probably a good shout mate, was gunna throw in some bags of charcoal but I think I should stop being tight for once..

Just some advice aswell , i researched this last year , you need one capable of taking out over a 24 hour period , what volume of water you feed to your plants .... so if a full watering of all your girls is say 15 litres , then you need at least a 15 litre dehumidifier , just a heads up incase you buy too small .

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2 minutes ago, Bodidley said:

Just some advice aswell , i researched this last year , you need one capable of taking out over a 24 hour period , what volume of water you feed to your plants .... so if a full watering of all your girls is say 15 litres , then you need at least a 15 litre dehumidifier , just a heads up incase you buy too small .

That’s helpful, when you think it makes sense cause they’re gunna drink and then it’s gunna end up in the air eventually.  

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