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    Ever since we started growing and breeding cannabis we have been looking for the perfect plant feeding. Never satisfied with the results from using several brands available on the market, we started researching our own formula at the beginning of the third millennium. After several years spent in the lab and in the growrooms, investing significant resources in R&D, we came up with a new concept: keep it simple! Simplicity is our secret for success. Most fertilizer brands on the market require customers to buy a line of products, making things expensive and complicated. We aimed in the opposite direction, creating a powder product that delivers unprecedented results with minimum cost and a user-friendly approach. Easier to transport, easier to store, easier to use, and with a longer shelf life than liquid fertilizers. We are now ready to introduce GREEN HOUSE POWDER FEEDING: - It is a one-component mineral fertilizer developed to target specific types of cannabis. - Producing great cannabis has never been so easy. - One product for the whole crop. Maximum yield, maximum resin production, minimum effort. http://www.greenhousefeeding.com
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    Hello everyone! We have reviewed and evaluated the growing diaries that have complied with the bases of the test constest. We really liked your grow diaries and see how you test this genetics with different breeding media. Valuing everything, we have chosen the following winners: 1 prize: LedCherryBerry 2 prize: g22 & ShaggyGrower 3 prize: evolution666 Congratulations!! We will contact you to send you the prizes.
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    Got this tattoo done yesterday in memory of the great Franco Loja! May you RIP my friend. #fullgas
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    Para loca esta hormiga que me diga donde la plantará.... Jejeje To crazy this ant that tells me where it will plant .... Hehehe
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    Hello Hunters, Hope you all are well for the summer holidays... @Jose.gh Thanks for passing in my grow and thanks for your words. Cant wait to smoke this beauty plants! The grow are now at week 8 of flowering and this week i beginning the 2-3 weeks of flush with just plain water for the FrancoLemonCheese and the Toxic. I wait 1 week more for the Ripper Haze. Here are the pics of the week FrancoLemonCheese (this pheno is more exodus that slh) Ripper Haze (true haze!) Toxic (Rock hard buds & great production) See you for the next update Hunters!
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    I just test phéno n4 I find the best bud of my crop very hard compact bud and a lot trychomes the smel is strong i find it a littel spicy it pic in my nose the taste is very goed the best qualities i had until now and have a littel after taste of hash i surely reuse biofeeding nextime ☺👍
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    Hello Hunters, Hope your all are well for this begining of july? The grow are now at week 7 of flowering and this week i watering 2x the plants with 3ltr of 1,8ec / 6,5 ph & 1x just plain water. Here are the pics of the week FrancoLemonCheese FrancoLemonCheese Toxic Toxic Ripper Haze Riper Haze Next week i begining the flush for the FrancoLemonCheese and the Toxic,,, But i will wait 1 or 2 more weeks for the Ripper haze,,, So see you for the next update hunters!
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    Hello Hunters, Here are a little update We are now in week 5 of flowering and I watering the plants every two days. In one week 2x with 1,8EC & 6,5PH & 1x plain water. The plants grow nicelly and the odor in the room are already crazy! The FrancoLemonCheese This plant is beautyfull & I can already smell the exodus cheese! Very happy that i think to take clone just before the flip to keep this beauty as mother! Cant wait to cut this one
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    Here are the first pics of the two babys at day 13. I watering the plants with water and a little roots booster. All is good rigth now and we can already see small difference betwen the two ,seedling. The holy punch 1 have more indica trait that the number 2... See you next week fore the next update hunters!
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    I give her a a layer of wormcompost and some batguano black and hempstraw on top i use all the biofeeding so i give some liquid biogrow bac
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    So all of these as the title suggests are African landraces. The first three pics are of Ketama, there are six of these, native to Morocco they are 100 percent indica, medium size, very stout, stems like tree trunks. The next three pics are Kilimanjaro, there are three of these, native to Kenya this 100 percent sativa I would also call medium size. I love the look of this plant it just screams wild cannibas to me the kind of plant you could imagine growing wild on a Kenyan hillside. All of these were seedlings sprouted in the first days of June, it is now the final days of July and both strains have been in the first stages of flower for a week or so. As of now the only fertilizer I've given any of them was a single dose of a organic fish fertilizer half way through the veg cycle, for a little kick of nitrogen. I probably will only give them one or two doses of flower fertilizer as it's not recommended to give too much to the ketamas specificaly. I topped all of these at about five feet tall from the pot. As you can see I haven't done any trelise or stress training we'll see if I come to regret that lol, there's allways tape lol. All save one are grown in 18 gallon plastic storage totes drilled with holes for drainage, the soil is a premium blend we have here in the states called Happy Frog, to which I added a little extra perlite. Love to hear any thoughts, comments or questions. The last pic is an over view of both strains. I'll do an update later in the flower cycle😎
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    Hello all, I live in Indiana and am a medical and recreational user and grower. We still haven't quite caught up to the 21st century legally here in Indiana so I have to be covert and therefore grow indoors. I just recently nearly killed 3x Money Maker plants by switching from 1000w MH/HPS to 2x 315w CMH but after a week of them stressing about it they've recovered nicely and only show a little bleaching. So I guess I'm running the 2 315w CMH now but for about 20 years I used a 600w dual ballast and a 400w MH in a 4x4 room. I grow in soil and pimping out my grow room is a hobby of mine. I spend more time in there than just about any other room in my house! I also have a long history of growing both recreational and nutritional mushrooms. I'm happy to help anyone any time with anything I can so drop me a line if I can be of assistance. I first became aware of Strain Hunters because I want to help preserve the landrace strains that are quickly becoming cross pollinated and disappearing. I was attracted to the line by the logo mentioning landrace, and I've grown six varieties from the catalog so far. White Strawberry Skunk has been my favorite so far, with a well balanced high and some truly amazing flavors that made it more like eating pie than smoking. It isn't the strongest or the fastest or the 'anything'est... except for possibly the most pleasantly balanced in every aspect that counts!
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    The 30l pot is very to small for the tomato
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    Hello Hunters, Here is the news of the Franco Lemon Cheese. Everything went well but it is a special grow because of the history of this genetic! Franco last breeding with twos beautiful parents, the multi awards winning strain THE "Super Lemon Haze" & the famous clone only strain that franco work on to feminize and make seeds, THE Exodus Cheese. The pheno I got for this grow is more exodus cheese than SLH in the odor and in the taste. The color of the bud are less dark green that the exodus... All the buds are filled with crystals. Its just a wonderful strain! I can only recommend this variety to all the culivators! This plant is beautiful Franco and each spliff i burn with this weed will make me think of you up there Well Done Franco & as you say : Peace, love and THC
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    Eso espero g22, gracias por los ánimos, oye que te parece la siguiente foto que te mostraré fijate sale una araña es verde parece que no tiene maldad sobre la planta..., como lo ves? Eso sí los puñeteros saltamontes les gusta hacer de las suyas, algún remedio natural? Saludos y grande humo amigos I hope g22, thanks for the encouragement, hey, you think it's the next picture that I'll show you, a spider is green, it looks like it has no evil on the plant ... how do you see it? That's what the damn grasshoppers like to do with theirs, some natural remedy? Greetings and big smoke friends
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    The rhino outdoor
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    White Rhino smoking time! Happy Smoking!
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    Unas fotos más, buenas fumadas amig@s Some more photos good smoked friends
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    La reina de las rinoceronte The queen of the rhinoceros
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    m.oRganics all So we are at the end of the second 12/12 week on this mono crop grow of Blue Cheese. I am blown away at how these girls are in full beast mode and look so incredibly uniform and strong.... Can already see the flower points pinning🤯 Can't wait to see the flower and THC produced!!!
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    Estupenda resinas Great resins
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    Hello hunters, This sunday i post for you a little close up of the FrancoLemonCheese at the beginning of week 6 This plant are already so crystalized and she smell so good. Have a nice and beautifull end of week end hunters and see you for the next uptdate...
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    This is the seventh article in a series where I present selected tricks and advanced growing techniques. My name is Franco, and I work at Green House Seed Company, in Amsterdam, since the year 2000. Over the last 10 years I have learned from Arjan countless tricks and advanced techniques, and I developed a few of my own as well. And now it’s time to share some of this knowledge with growers worldwide. If we share the knowledge, everybody wins. Last month I explained some of the best tricks for growing large outdoor plants. This month, I give you... Franco’s tricks on flowering indoors The flowering is one of the most rewarding phases of any crop, because the progress towards the harvest can be looked, touched, smelled. Plants are now developing flower clusters, and there are several factors that can guarantee success in quality and quantity. Indoors and outdoors, the goal is for plants to feel good about the conditions, the environment, and the grower. When working indoors it is important to notice that every single factor depends from the grower, there should be nothing left to chance. The ideal climate conditions for flowering at lamps on are at temperature between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius, and a relative humidity between 40% and 55%. When the lamps turn off it is normal that the temperature lowers to 20-22 degrees, while the relative humidity climbs to around 60%. If the temperature gap between day and night is larger than 8-10 degrees Celsius there is a risk of slowing down the metabolic of the crop. The relative humidity must stay under 70% to avoid mold and fungi in the crop. A good way to cope with high daytime temperature is to run the lamps opposite to daylight. This way the maximum temperature in the growroom will stay lower, but the disadvantage of this system is that the gap between day and night temperature will be reduced to a minimum, and sometimes this can create problems because plants actually benefit from a 8 to 10 degrees gap between the day temperature and the night one. Nevertheless, it is better to sacrifice the day-night gap, than to end up with temperatures over 35 degrees Celsius in the growroom during daytime. Air conditioning is a very expensive and environmentally unfriendly option, but sometimes it’s the only one for indoor growers in warm countries. The benefits are cool air and a drying effect as well, ideal during flowering. It is worth noticing that plants do not like air conditioning directly blowing towards them, it is much better to direct the flow of air towards the ceiling, where it will precipitate allowing warmer air to climb. This way the diffusion of cooled, dry air is uniform in the room and not direct on the plants. Once the climate is perfectly under control, it is worth dedicating some energy to optimize feeding intake. During flowering the plants use mostly P, K and Micros to produce buds and resin. The N intake is still important during the first few weeks of flowering, but later on it must decrease, or the buds will get leafy and the calyx-to-leaf ratio will decrease dramatically, creating issues for manicuring as well. Only with extremely long-flowering sativas, the N intake can be kept a little longer, to avoid premature yellowing of the leaves. To allow plants to slowly intake less N and more P-K-Micros, the pH of the feeding solution should stay above 6.0 after the beginning of the flowering, ideally slowly climbing between 6.2 and 6.6 in soil, and slowly climbing between 5.9 and 6.3 in hydroponics, depending on the strain and the stage of flowering. The rule of thumb here is that the more a strain is long-flowering, the higher the pH should be at the end of the flowering process; with 12-weeker sativas pH usually climbs to 6.9 or 7.0 at the end of flowering. The most important of Micro-elements (Mg, Ca, Zn, Fe) are also assimilated at best if the pH is above 6.0 and these are very important in the formation of terpenes, cannabinoids and resin. The best way to make sure the plants intake the available minerals is to ensure that they are hungry and thirsty. The best is to create a cycle of dry-wet medium, where the dry spells allow plenty of oxygen to the root sytem and the wet spells allow enough watering solution to be absorbed. The one thing that flowering cannabis plants do not like, is a constantly wet medium. Besides the normal watering cycle, it is also important to regularly flush the medium to get rid of salts. This can be done with a mild solution at pH 5.5 and EC 1.0, so that the salt crystals can bind to the low-mineral-content in the solution and dissolve. Flushing should be integrated in the regular watering cycle, and after flushing the medium should be allowed to dry properly before feeding again. Once the feeding is optimized, it is good to take care of the other factors affecting a successful crop. Between them, supporting the flowers, and optimizing the pre-harvest and the harvest. After 4 weeks of flowering the plants have usually developed enough bud to start getting heavy, so it is advisable to support the branches with some system (bamboos, elastic bands, nets, yoyos or any system that prevents branches from collapsing under the weight of the flower clusters). Depending on the strain, support can be an important or a marginal issue. Large sativas usually need the most support. Pre-harvesting means removing most of the large fan-leaves from the plants during the last days of the flowering cycle, before cutting them down for manicuring and drying. Pre-harvesting helps reducing the total amount of green material (water and chlorophyll) in the crop. Once the big fan-leaves (the ones that have no resin on) have been removed, the plants reduce the amount of photosynthesis, and produce less starches. This allows for sweeter and better-burning weed, and makes the whole harvesting process much easier and faster. In conclusion, it is up to the grower to identify the weakest points of the grow, and improve from there. Curiosity and will to improve are the key factors to a green thumb. During flowering, a lot can be done to ensure a great crop; and it’s all worth it. Franco – Green House Seed Co. This content is copyright of Green House Seed Co. © Green House Seed Co. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than the following:You may not, except with our express written permission, distribute or commercially exploit the content. Nor may you transmit it or store it in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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!
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    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!
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    Hi G22, Your outdoor White Rhino look great and healty man, good job! Cant wait to see the flowering with this one!
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    Hello Hunters, Let's go for a new growdairies with the new genetic from Greenhouse Seeds Company i received at the Spannabis 2018. The Holy Punch! Holy Punch is a cross of one of our classics, The Church which is famous for its outdoor performance and sweet flavor, and a very special Grape male that adds a spicy taste and creates a very special terpene profile. The plant is medium-sized and grows bushy, the long branches might need support during the flowering period to hold the heavy buds. It is good for SCRoG or LST. The flowering time of Holy Punch is 8-9 weeks, it can be harvested commercially after 8 weeks but one more week will allow the plant do develop the full flavor and increase resin production. So let's go...
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    E pensado g22 que puedes hacerle un toldo por si llueve y dejarla fuera mientras que tenga la luz solar, haya más luz verde naturalmente Y pensó que puede hacer un toldo en caso de que llueva y dejarlo afuera mientras tenga luz solar, será mejor que cualquier otra luz naturalmente ✌
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    Buenas amigos dejo unas fotos de como avanzan la rhino en el jardín lástima los saltamontes alguien conoce algún remedio natural? Saludos y buenas fumadas Good friends I leave some pictures of how the rhino advance in the garden pity the grasshoppers anyone knows some natural remedy? Greetings and good smokes
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    m.oRganics all !! been a while had a lot on the go 🤯 hope ure all flying high! So these gals are mid way through their 4th week and coming to the end of their veg stage!! Their smell is very subtly starting to come through. This SOG is uniform and plants are happy and healthy!!
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    Given the height of the plants and the space they are in it's hard to get a picture that gives a good scale of their size so I tried getting one from below looking up, one from ground level, and one from above looking down on the canopy from a ladder. I'm still not completely satisfied but this was the best I could do. They were seedlings sprouted at the end of April. It is now the final day of July and I would say they have been in the pre-flower/flower stage for a week or so. Since I'm 6 ft and can't reach the tops of them I'd venture to say they are at least 10 ft from the ground in the containers, which are 18 gallon storage totes I've addapted for drainage. I topped them about three weeks ago, and they've since exploded with growth in a V shape towards the sun. Now idk if this is what you guys call stretching and I imagine it probably is. In the past when I've grown plants this size they've generally had lower yeilds so I am prepared for that. I mostly grow landraces and don't know much about this strain but when you order seeds online they usually give you some extra seeds on top of your order, that's what these were. From what I read online they say she was bred for indoor and not to veg it longer than four weeks I've vegged it for at least twice that long outdoors so we'll see what happens. I'll update this later in the bloom cycle😎
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    I started working on over 300 acres of hemp fields and placing a lot of hives all over the fields, I hoped to learn how to train bee if there is any possibility.
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    The taste is great, earthy and pine with something sweet in there that sits on the lips after taking a toke. My taste buds are shot though so I'm more into effects(s) & smell. Effects - very body relaxing but it does not throw you into the couch. Has some creativity about it so you can get on with jobs, just not complicated jobs. Only negative is a very dry mouth afterwards, which is good for my liquid intake (ie, I'm reminded to drink liquid!). Happy Smoking!
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    I have been busy on the indoor gardening in winter, Thought i would make a small journal here to share. The ggc hasnt shown sex yet but the fact that its so late it should be a female, have killed a few males, the cookies are feminized, #1 streched alot, 2 and 4 are shorter
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    Hi mates Our youtube channel is now active again https://www.youtube.com/user/greenhouseseeds
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    @OG.Naj Thanks is for Checking in on the gals👌 They are on the final stages been macro shooting every 3 days watching THC closely....
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    1 of the GHS Cheese.
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    Hey G22 Thanks for all the interest and the follows🤙 So I use a medium from a supplier. It works in conjunction with some liquid certs I used on my first grow with the smart bags. But basically the medium is similar to a promix but there are a few extra things in. These guys wouldn't tell me what. But i will start mixing my own soon. Ingredients are below but it's the quantities that one needs to get right I will send a quantities pic when I find it. MEDIUM Buffered peat (cal mag) Perlite Vermiculite Daiotomaceous earth ( spelling) Rock dust Worm castings Mycelleum fungal spores Slow release fert pellets Mychoriza Rock phosphate
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    Hello @Jose.gh, hope you are good! how are your plants in the autopot?
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    Nice stuff Robbo! The finest screen I have for making dry sift is 180 micron so don't get the best kief out of it but I combine it with decent oil to make a nice black hash that smokes well and really kicks butt.
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    @Chesterland Hello chesterland nice grow wat about the climate in your country ?
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    Ya some of them are definitely super long flower period like you say, but this particular sativa is not. This is s my first time growing it the killimanjaro but the website I bought the seeds from says 8-9 weeks! Super short huh?
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    I am interestted in sharing CSA innovative approaches within this forum. Thanks every grower for DIY activities creating new frontiers for indoor agriculture! Photonix
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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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