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    Hi guys, im from Brasil. Beginner in grow but experient in smoking (jajajjajjaajaja). I salute all brothers and sisters here!!!!
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    Hello all. This is my first time here. I'm Scott. I'm an enthusiast from western New York. Looking forward to diving into some forums.
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    Hi, first year grower!
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    not sure if there is already a thread like this but here goes anyway. recently i have created two of my own strains, i bred them for outdoor grows in the uk and they do the job nicely. i took a kc39 male and i crossed it with a frisian duck, i call this howard the duck, and also an unknown cutting that i got from a friend, i call this star69. i only have regular seeds at the moment but next year i will work on feminized seeds. so i figure anyway that i am not alone in creating my own genetics and a bunch of you have probably done the same and if you are like me you probably want to share your creation with other people so maybe we can help each other out by sharing our genetics with each other. sharing is caring
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    Hey Cannabissapean thanks for the kind words inner luv for that. Yeah they are both definitely flowering now, the compact plant is a few of days behind the gangly one which is more vigorous growth wise. With regards to the shed being light proof, no, not 100% there are quite a few leaks, but it works I started to manipulate the photoperiod on the 15th July. In order to trick them into flowering, you need to find out what the day length will be in your location on the 21st August which for me here on the Fylde coast in the UK it is 14 and a 1/2 hours, the 21st of August is when they normally start to flower due to the day length. Thanks and praises to Gordon for this tip how to trick a plant into flowering and this link https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/ So when my alarm goes off at 6.30am I go outside to the shed if it is raining I switch on the two 4 foot flourescent lights, if it is dry I drag them outside into the back yard, then 14 and a 1/2 hours later at 9pm I either drag them back in the shed or just switch off the lights and lock up for the night. End of week 12 and start of week 13 both of the Passion #1 plants are doing great and I am well pleased with their progress so far. I watered them both and fed them with Plant Magic Soil Bloom and Canna Rhizotonic root stimulant on Friday 29th July and tonight I sprayed them both with Trounce bug spray, so far I havent had any bug problems by simply keeping the grow area clean and tidy. Here are some images I took yesterday. Passion #1 plants outside in the back yard. Passion #1 gangly plant top flower close up. Passion #1 compact plant top flower close up. More updates to follow soon, happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
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    Hey Cannabissapean, feel no way man, no problem. Yeah I agree the Kings Kush is very leafy, with the first one I just let her run to see how things went, but this time I decided to trim her and open her up and let more light penetrate the plant so she does not waste energy on buds that are not getting much light close to the main stalk low down the plant. End of week 12 and start of week 13 I fed and watered her on Friday 28th July with 2 litres of Plant Magic Soil Grow and Canna Rhizotonic root stimulant and tonight I gave her 2 litres of water with just Canna Rhizotonic root stimulant. She has filled out nicely since I trimmed her, I will set her on a 12/12 photoperiod in the next couple of days and get her to flower. Here are a few images I took yesterday. Kings Kush in grow tent. Kings Kush side view. Kings Kush top view. Kings Kush foliage close up. More updates soon, happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
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