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  2. hi all , im new to the forum and also new to growing, used a few other forums in the past but this one seems to be the best from what i have read, have some seeds and will be ready to pop soon so keep an eye out it will be zombie kush by ripper seeds, also thanks for letting me join this forum peace out
  3. Hola!! yo soy un fanático de cepas legendarias y encontré esta web, yo e encontrado aquí muchas variedades que anda buscando, decirme que os parece creo que os puede ayudar en otras no e encontrado esas variedades, espero que os ayude un saludo a todos y muy buenos humos!!
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  5. I hope uou get a goed warmy autumn
  6. Hello, ShaggyGrower! Yes, 3 seeds were viable, but I was still happy, as at that time, and now. As seeds are stored at the dealer in a warehouse in Russia, I have no idea. But I store the seeds in the fridge.
  7. Hello, g22! Here is a very good description of the climate of Primorsky Krai in Russia: “The climate is temperate monsoon. Winter is dry and cold, with clear weather, there are often thaws on the coast. Spring is long, with frequent temperature fluctuations. Summer is warm and humid, in the summer months there is a maximum amount of precipitation, in some areas up to 90% of the annual amount. There are typhoon outlets, which sometimes inflict enormous damage on infrastructure and agriculture. Autumn is warm, sunny and dry. In summer the south-east winds from the Pacific Ocean prevail, and in the winter north-west, bringing cold, but clear weather from the continental regions.” – Wikipedia (ru).
  8. Loving the structure of your plants and the detail in your diary, @Chesterland The plants look great for such small 3l pots, I would not thought that was possible so thanks for showing it is. Did two of the five beans not germinate? (So a 60% success rate). I'm wondering where to store beans/seeds for the future. Fridge, freezer, jar, I don't know. Your plants are the same age (give or take a day) as my Space Cookies (indoor grow, Day 39 of flowering today). I have some GHS Haze's germinating so am interested in watching how yours perform. Happy Growing!
  9. @Chesterland Hello chesterland nice grow wat about the climate in your country ?
  10. hello guys! newbie here. It's really hard for me because I don't have an idea of indoor growing before but when I read this article and It really helpful for me because I got some ideas like stabilizing huge buds is the easiest I've found. I hope you got some ideas for me guys.
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  12. August 14, 2018. All plants have 115 days from germination, 63 days from the appearance of stigmas. --- Since the planting of plants - a week has passed and the following has been found out: Firstly, additional supports are extremely important for plants, otherwise, a good rain with wind immediately bends them to the ground; Secondly - the distance from the ground to the first branches, which was left during the landing, is clearly not enough. During the rain, the "dirty" splashes falling on the branches, brought dirt on them. Which, incidentally, was not washed off immediately. --- All that needed to be done at this stage was done: 1) The plants are tied to wooden stakes driven into the ground; 2) A pair of lower branches on each plant is trimmed. --- Plants, for the past week, were fed 2 times, in the form of an aqueous solution: nitrogen humate + superphosphate (dosage is the same). --- Photographs of plants (separately): Neville's haze 1st plant Height: 98 cm. Neville's haze 2nd plant Height: 114 cm. Neville's haze 3rd plant Height: 111 cm. P.S. If someone is interested, then the next update will be August 21, 2018.
  13. I always use that brand from long is washed to and goed quality just need a new shop in my country 😕
  14. Let's go… Seedlings of three Neville's haze plants grown from feminized seeds from «Green House Seeds» (on August 7, 2018, in all three plants - 108 days from seedlings, 56 days from the appearance of stigmas). --- Almost from the beginning of life, and to the middle of July, the plants had a light period of 18/6 (day/night). During the day, the plants stood outside, under the sun, unless there was a strong wind or rain, and in the morning and in the evening, as a "sun", the plants had a 55 watt 4200 (Navigator) lamp. Photos before boarding in open ground (August 7, 2018): Neville's haze 1st plant Height: 96 cm; Interstitial: 5 cm. Neville's haze 2nd plant Height: 113 cm; Interstitial: 6,5 cm. Neville's haze 3rd plant Height: 110 cm; Interstitial: 5,5 cm. --- Seeds ordered from one of the official Russian dealers, in an amount of 5 pieces (one package), of which 3 were sprouting. The seeds were germinated, as written on the GHS website. April 16, 2018 April 16, 2018 April 17, 2018 April 17, 2018 April 18, 2018 --- All three Neville's haze will be grown in the usual way. Place of cultivation: 44° north latitude, Russia, Primorsky Krai. Neville's haze has a rather long flowering period and for complete maturation it is necessary to grow it on more southern latitudes. But even on the 44th latitude, it is quite possible to get an excellent "smoking material". --- To, at the time of flowering, not only mature plants, but also compact ones, it was decided that the plants would grow from shoots to planting in open ground in containers with a volume of ~ 3 liters. But even in "such" volume, the plants continued to grow actively, and at this point it was decided to remove the large leaves that were on the central trunks of plants - this decision slowed, but did not stop the growth. At the end of July, two weeks before disembarkation into the open ground, the substrate was washed in which the plants were located. The substrate in which the plants grew was made by itself: peat (rubbed through a 1x1 cm grid and calcined) 1 part, cow bark (rubbed through a 1x1 cm grid) 1 part, river river "by eye" and a glass (on a bucket of substrate) oak ash . The prepared substrate was spilled 2 times with a solution of "Phytosporin-M". --- In the land, at the site of planting, in the autumn of 2017, black peat was added (it is unknown when, but lies, under the open sky, for more than 11 years, before on the peat, mushrooms grew on their own), 1 kg of superphosphate (nitrogen - 6%, phosphorus - 26% + sulfur, calcium, magnesium). --- Organomineral fertilizer for plants: 1.) Nitrogen humate (N 3% / P 1.5% / K 3%) - in the early stages 2 ml (per 1 liter of water); As you grow up, it takes up to 4 ml. If you give less, it shows a shortage of nitrogen. 2.) Superphosphate solution - 8 tablespoons (granulated superphosphate N 6% / P 26% + sulfur, calcium and magnesium) per 2 liters of boiling water; working solution of 15 ml, and above, per liter of water. --- Outdoors (August 7, 2018) To avoid overturning, in case of strong wind, rain or wind with rain, the plants were planted with the deepening of the root neck: Neville's haze 1st plant Height: 90 cm; Neville's haze 2nd plant Height: 102 cm; Neville's haze 3rd plant Height: 100 cm. --- P.S. I really hope that in general terms, everything will be clear ... for those who become interested.
  15. Yup, no salt in Canna Coco Professional Plus: "CANNA Coco Professional Plus consists of 100% coco flakes. Specially selected prime Indian coconuts form the base for CANNA Coco Professional Plus. Not touching the outdoor ground in the complete production process ensures the end product is free of weeds or soil diseases. Washed in fresh water means no salts are present." Happy Growing!
  16. I do not rinse out Canna Coco Professional Plus as it is already pre-rinsed & buffered. It's their top product. Rinsing would wash out their buffering. I've not had an issue using it without rinsing any other time. I'll use Enhancer on SLH2 and compare to SLH1 and I think that could show me what it does. Happy Growing!
  17. @ShaggyGrower It was not your coco that was too hot ? You forget to rinse the salt out of your coco i think ? Good bacteri kill the bad bacterie en protect your seedling .alga and vitamin are perfect for start the seedling And coco is very goed media for bacteria
  18. I'm just blaming something, anything, other than me for the initial 'hot' burning media that killed my early WR's and fucked up my timeline. Your and others' grows looked fine with it, so it WAS likely something I did with it. Still, once bitten, twice shy. I have five Jacky White clones in a Grow Caps test grow (see Grow Diaries), and five spare JW clones that were not needed (I was too successful at cloning) and have been put outside in 11 pots with coco and …….. Miracle Grow (lol) to fend for themselves. I shall try Enhancer on those outside ones. I shall also try Enhancer on SLH2 if she germinates and compare her to SLH1. I shall give SLH2 the same as SLH1 with the only addition of Enhancer. Happy Growing!
  19. @ShaggyGrower Henancer can't be bad they are goed bactery and alga and is very effectif and simpel to make clones
  20. I still use Canna Coco Pro Plus and Perlite (50/50) for seedlings. I rinse out the old rinsed media used by harvested plants as it is airy and has 50% perlite in it, and mix it with a little new Coco. When they get transplanted to veg pots (11l), those will have some old rinsed media as well as new Coco and some Bat Poo (Tropic Bat Mix). It'll also have a quarter measure of Greenhouse Feeding BioGrow and will be watered with Shogun liquid nutrients at an EC of ~1.0. a quarter measure of Greenhouse Feeding BioBloom will be mixed into their flowering pots (30l) and Shogun used when watering. Enhancer I'm a bit scared of using - maybe it's for soil and not coco. I have a 4*8 tent. There's a 1000w HPS down one end for flowering, and a 135w LED down the other to help get light over the veg section. Veg section gets hot-swapped at 7am (flower night start) and sits on a window sill in a large dome, and goes back at 2pm for 5.5hrs of darkness until the LED comes on at 6.30pm (sunrise) and HPS come on again at 7pm. Seedlings are on a heat mat this time as I have found keeping substrate temp very high (28c) works wonders. I was absolutely gobsmacked to find seeds in my weed, @g22. I did not know whether to be joyous (free seeds!!) or mortified (what a shit grower!). I've settled on joyous. There are three more ShaggyParaBerry's in media I'm hoping will germinate, but it's been about 10 days now and I don't have much hope. I have one other ShaggyParaBerry seed for my genetics collection (not sure if it will germinate or not). Anyhoo, here's a shot of my Space Cookies as of now (Paradise Seeds, new strain, I'm one of the first growers) - day 36 of 63-65 of flowering: Happy Growing!
  21. Hi all, so i start a new thread, i am a little in sorry, seeds germinated, this thread in memory of Franco from the greenhouse. I am going to try and reproduce the grow, I am using a 65 ltr pot with mapito, so it 100% hydroponic style grow with flood and drain. lot of light, lots of love, let see what can happen. will update picture later.
  22. Hi all, so i start a new thread, i am a little in sorry, seeds germinated, this thread in memory of Franco from the greenhouse. I am going to try and reproduce the grow, I am using a 65 ltr pot with mapito, so it 100% hydroponic style grow with flood and drain. lot of light, lots of love, let see what can happen. will update picture later.
  23. @ShaggyGrower Wich medium do you use this time ? Thats Cool free seed in you berry Happy growing 😁👍
  24. There she blows! She went in to soak on Sunday, and by yesterday I had given up. Guess 6 hours soaking was not long enough. Also, popped her straight into media this time rather than use sponges. So yesterday I was thinking I'd best try to pop some more just in case - usual DOH! So, I have another Super Lemon Haze (CBD), a Arjan's Strawberry Haze and a Franco's Lemon Cheese all soaking. They'll go straight into media as well, although I'll give them 24hr soaking first. These will be grown with my ShaggyParaBerry's and the ShaggyLettuceBerry (random seedling found in my lettuce patch!! Don't ask, ….) I grew some White Berry by Paradise Seeds in my White Rhino competition grow. That grow was not my best as I had many issues, and the White Berry must have hermied as I found seeds in her buds when I was smoking her!! WTF! Anyhoo, some of those seeds have germinated. I found some cured nana's and whole pollen sack in the White Berry buds. Not sure if the seeds were true hermies, or whether the Dutch Kush or White Rhino's in the tent hermied as well, and pollinated her. Here are the ShaggyParaBerry's and the ShaggyLettuceBerry as of yesterday: Note that the '?' (ShaggyLettuceBerry) has it's first leave on the same side as its cotyledon, the other alternate. Happy Growing!
  25. HI all, first started growing weed indoors in the 1980s in Seattle, everyone was growing what I now think is called Northern Lights. Stopped growing in the early 90s for a long time, then started again 5 years ago, also indoors. So much has changed in that time, lots of new strains, legalization etc. Anyway hope to receive and offer knowledge here... Lord Koos
  26. Thanks Gasmeter, I certainly will follow this recommendation. I must admit that I already learned a lot from the forum. If you look for it, I cannot imagine a better source for info on questions I have. I realize now that I will be able to grow enough to help all the people I would like to help. These are only people that have zero benefit from traditional medication. It is perfectly acceptable and even absolutely necessary that there is no trading on this forum for cultivation. What I do not understand is that nothing is done to finance or even allow scientific R&D in my country. You have to be in Israel to get the knowledge in depth on medical use. For growing there is no difference in plants for medical use only therefor this is the best Forum ever. Happy growing, for whatever purpose, Cure with mariju
  27. Hi from canada. Our laws are changeing, some think for the better. Image vs reality. Im on a quest to maintain medical independence for myself. Our gov wants to ctrl all aspects of our sacred herb.
  28. @R.G.S I dont have time translate but put the BBQ on and put beer in fridge iam coming there 😁🍺🍖🍗🥓🍁
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