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Henroid

The one and only MWF

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@schmoak

welcome bro

 

1 hour ago, schmoak said:

Looks like it's going to need some extra nutrients to make decent buds at this stage, do you use sprays to attack mold or rot?

I have placed down FBB and Sop and will be adding further Sop later on but on my next visit I’m planning on mixing some Chicken manure into some seaweed water and giving them a good soaking 

i have and will also continue to clear all surrounding vegetation

 

not sure what you can do for mould/rot other then pray and try get to the buds before it does

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30 minutes ago, Henroid said:

@schmoak

welcome bro 

i have and will also continue to clear all surrounding vegetation

 

not sure what you can do for mould/rot other then pray and try get to the buds before it does

 

Certainly but as well imagine it's raining and goodies in your potting soil + FBB ect leech a little into surrounding wild soil where upon the sensitive "roamer" roots of other plants are alerted to exotic food and schneek around underground and tap your plants rootball area??  slicing down into the wild soil close to yours  may reveal alien tap roots, and yes, it's just a stoned theory based on briar root characteristics and faded leaves, the wild stuff takes all it can out of the soil, personally I'd have to test the soil at different levels just for curiosities sake.

Disclaimer: idea above is a stoned pop bubble idea.

 

My area is infamous for high humidity, bud rot and mold are a standard, for powdery mildew i used 'propolis' organically derived for organic consumption and it kept the mildew subdued halting advances, used 2-3 times a week if needed, it may help to have it ready available as soon as you see the very first signs?

oh yes, the garlic may be converted to spray yet????:smokin:

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9 hours ago, schmoak said:

 

Certainly but as well imagine it's raining and goodies in your potting soil + FBB ect leech a little into surrounding wild soil where upon the sensitive "roamer" roots of other plants are alerted to exotic food and schneek around underground and tap your plants rootball area??  slicing down into the wild soil close to yours  may reveal alien tap roots

 

My area is infamous for high humidity, bud rot and mold are a standard, for powdery mildew i used 'propolis' organically derived 

 

I will give a little dig down around to see if there’s anything I can see attacking it’s way into the rootball area, you may well be right as I have been giving a good feeding and yet the lower leaves are still yellow

 

I have never heard of propolis 

but I will give it a look at today and see what it’s all about

im under the opinion that you can’t safely save mouldy or rotted bud

cutting out the mould and using buds that were close by to the mould but only using the buds for hash or such after a through washing regime 

otherwise you just chuck them away 

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Back again

Topped her to see how she goes

first time topping so we shall see what happens.

gave her a good drenching with seaweed and some all purpose feed, also have removed all overgrowth from around the entire perimeter of the plant

should be good until the end now

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Hiya Henroid, in regard to rotting bud I was warned about small caterpillars which in their life cycle can foster conditions which bring about bud rot.

In the spirit of organic gardening  was recommended to use B-Toxin bacteria powder to mix into spray, prevention before cure.

 Had just finish putting the last plant outside today and saw a small tawny butterfly flit excitedly around the young vegging canopies!!:scared: tiny eggs are being laid, around here they hatch, move inside the buds and munch like a worm in an apple, rot begins and fungus grows.

 

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Wonderful Potential, Marvelous things can happen there, a plant you can be well proud of!! but briar looks in veg mode too!

eta: Briar looks in flower near you plant.

i'd go 700mm minimum from stem in under briar and slice deeply down to sever briar tapping roots in such a situation, would have to check it out, call it duty of care, may make little difference, but...

 

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Hey all

back again 

all looks well

Mwf smashing it 

topped her over a week ago

she now has two main heads 

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Sorry guys confused the MWF and Quick Kush topping photos this is the MWF Double headed girly

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Shes taken it well even though it’s rather late I thought I’d just give it a go see what happens

heres to learning lessons :skin_up:

peace

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Hey guys and girls

Back again

last few days have been pants 

On & off showers which are in between chucking it down and that fine misty shit that soaks everything, well MWF is still powering on, made sure to check for weeds around the trunk and root area, she’s looking better and is taking to the  topping quite well, not sure if this has been done before this late in the veg but we will see what happens

here she is 

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Lovely stuff!  Still looks slightly on the pale side, but I'm sure she's about to go straight into full flower mode at any moment, where low N isn't such a bad thing... 

 

Look forward to seeing what kind of pheno she turns out to be. 

 

cheers

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@Amarillo slim

hey dude

thanks for checking in and thanks for the compliments and observations, I will probably just stick to sulphate of potash and maybe a touch of bonemeal, but as your saying she’s about to hit flower mode now so she shouldn’t need all that N anyway

shes definitely going to be a big girly, can’t wait to run more of these and see what else I get, I like that pink auto pheno I see @ratdog with, looking very nice

I am dying to see what she chucks out, would love something black, well we will have to wait and see

as always I will keep you posted

until next time

peace

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Was out in the sticks recently and was comparing "lovingly raised" to "wild raised" and We were commenting on the 'wild one' looking slight and starved:ermm:

 and the other fellow said it... he said  "This is dead soil(worn out) look around, the plants don't thrive well, you put a fresh unpotted plant in compost into this ground and it will suck all the nutrients out it!:huh:" That's what he said.

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I’ve somewhat been putting off this update due to my own mistake in believing my plot was rabbit safe well I have been shown otherwise and i am now dealing with stem rot on the MWF, haven’t seen her for a little while but this is her when I assessed the damage and cleaned her the best I could, hopefully enough large.1DD104AE-85B5-4D48-9528-A44E51300829.jpeglarge.0F1CFAB3-B901-4AAD-97EB-A821877D74AF.jpeglarge.26096FB0-9FB4-43DF-83AE-8A0CD4F5F578.jpeglarge.4E967A6C-F64D-401A-81CC-6D674ACAB251.jpeglarge.3230DB36-470F-4DBB-8351-5EBE96C2C932.jpeglarge.48CA70DA-2BB9-47E9-86FF-DD543D7C8CB3.jpeglarge.58363EAF-9AF3-4B39-85F4-56130EC3F1B0.jpeglarge.54E25F9C-9104-44F3-89CA-555544876A69.jpeg

Fucking rabbits

lesson learned 

DO NOT TAKE OFF CAGES!

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Pesky wabbits...  Did you treat the stem with anything?  Isopropyl perhaps?  

 

If theres still some green round the other side its possible the plant can keep on growing, although return visits to keep the rot from returning may be needed in this weather.  At least there are two branches beneath the effected area, which should go on to finish up normally. Unusual to not see signs of flower yet, must don't think I've seen such a late pheno yet.  

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