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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 25th July 2017 Week 11 and both Passion #1 girls are doing great last Friday 21st July as I was watering and feeding them both I noticed that I could see the roots through the sides of the pots. On Monday 24th July I nipped to a local hydroponics store and got a new bag of dirt and some Canna Rhizotonic root stimulant unfortunately they did not have any Plant Magic Root Stimulant in stock, so that I was ready to repot both plants the following evening when they would be ready for a drink. The following day I bought 2 new larger rubble buckets then I repotted both plants in the new rubble buckets I gave them both 2 litres of water containing just Canna Rhizotonic, I had fed them 3 days before. I also noticed that both plants are definitely flowering I can see lots of pistles on the top of the gangly plant more so than the compact one. Passion #1 girls in back yard. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 gangly plant flower on top of plant. Passion #1 gangly plant roots. Passion #1 gangly plant new pot. Passion #1 compact plant. Passion #1 compact plant flower close up. Passion #1 compact plant roots. Passion #1 compact plant new pot. Passion #1 both plants in new pots. And that brings the journal up to date, more progress updates to follow. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  4. 22nd July 2017 Week 10 both the Passion #1 girls are growing well and I am really pleased with their progress so far they are so vigorous and I can now clearly see from the point where I FIMed each plant all of the new nodes on the main stalk are staggered and the nodes on the rest of the stalks, which shows the apical tendency has been broken in both plants. Passion #1 girls in back yard. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 gangly plant close up of top of plant. Passion #1 compact plant. Passion #1 compact plant close up of plant top. More updates to follow. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  5. 14th July 2017 Week 9 and both of the Passion #1 girls are doing great the growth rate is amazing I think they have built enough structure now so tomorrow on the 15th of June I will start to manipulate their photoperiod and reduce it to 14 and a 1/2 hours per day which is the day length on the 21st of August, in order to trick them into flowering and get a head start on when they would normally start flowering by a month. Passion #1 girls in back yard. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 gangly plant stalk. Passion #1 compact plant. Passion #1 compact plant stalk. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  6. 08th July 2017 Week 8 both the Passion #1 one girls are growing well on the 02nd of June I noticed that their roots were peeping out of the holes in the bottom of their pots so I repotted them into 14 litre rubble buckets and fed and watered them and since then they can continued to grow nicely I am well pleased with their progress so far. Passion #1 girls in back yard. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 compact plant. More updates to follow soon... Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  7. 28th June 2017 Week 7 both the Passion #1 girls are growing well despite the fact we have had a mix of sunny and cloudy days with showers so they have been sat in the shed to keep dry under the flourescent tubes. Passion #1 girls in shed. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 compact plant. At the moment they are both about the same height the compact plant seems to have caught up with the gangly plant. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  8. 22nd June 2017 Week 6 and both of the Passion #1 sisters are growing nicely I am still feeding them Plant Magic Soil Grow and Root Stimulant every 2 or 3 days it depends on how damp and humid the weather is, fortunately we have had lots of hot sunny days, and alternate feeds with just water to avoid nutrient lock out. Passion #1 girls in back yard. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 compact plant. More updates soon. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  9. 18 June 2017 Week 5 both Passion #1 are doing great I am feeding them Plant Magic Soil Grow and Root Stimulant and they are enjoying it and growing nicely and now that both of the plants are getting too big for the tent and the weather has improved and we are getting lots of sunshine I have moved them both outside. I noticed that their roots were peeping out of the holes at the bottom of their pots so I repotted both plants. Passion #1 both plants in old pots. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 gangly plant roots. Passion #1 gangly plant new pot. Passion #1 compact plant. Passion #1 compact plant roots. Passion #1 compact plant new pot. Passion #1 plants in their new pots. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  10. 10th June 2017 Week 4 and both Passion #1 are growing nicely and I am still feeding them a weak solution of Canna Start and they have now grown about 6 nodes so I decided it was time to FIM them before I watered and fed them Plant Magic Soil Grow and Root Stimulant just before the light goes off. You can really see a difference in the plants the taller gangly one is a bean from last year and the compact plant is from a new bean I bought this year I still have two beans left ready for next season I would have grown all four but the space is limited in the yard and the shed. I also repotted both girls into bigger pots on the 6th of June because their roots were peeping out of the little holes in the bottoms of the old pots. Passion #1 girls in normal light. Passion #1 gangly plant. Passion #1 gangly plant top cose up. Passion #1 gangly plant FIM site cose up. Passion #1 compact plant. Passion #1 compact plant top close up. Passion #1 compact plant FIM site close up. More updates to follow soon. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  11. 30th May 2017 Week 3 both the Passion #1 girls are growing well and I am feeding them a weak solution of the Canna Start which they are enjoying along with the LED light as they grow more nodes. I noticed that their roots were peeping out of the little holes in the bottom of their pots so I repotted them both. Passion #1 Passion #1 top view. Passion #1 roots. Passion #1 roots rubbed to loosen ready to repot. Passion #1 girls in their new pots. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  12. Hey guys sorry for the delay updating my journal, been taking it easy and enjoying myself going for walks in the sunshine and gettin red... So here we go time for a monster update. 26th May 2017 Week 2 and both the little Passion #1 sisters are doing well and growing nicely and I have started to feed them a weak solution of Canna Start and they seem to be enjoying it. Passion #1 in grow tent under LED. Passion #1 in normal light. Passion #1 view of plant tops. More updates to follow... Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  13. 22nd July 2017 Week 11 and the Kings Kush has bounced back after I trimmed her last week. Kings Kush Kings Kush top view of plant. Kings Kush foliage close up. Kings Kush main stalk. I will update the journal at the weekend to bring it up to date. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  14. 14th July 2017 Week 10 and the Kings Kush is growing nicely and she is looking very bushy now and there is a lot of growth close to the main stalk so I have decided to removed this and open here up and allow more light to penetrate the plant and also tie down the stalks with pipe cleaners attached to the pot and start training her and keeping her height in check. Kings Kush Kings Kush view of the top of plant. Kings Kush after I removed all the inner growth on all her stalks. All the foliage trimmmings. Oh man she looked sad after I trimmed her, but she will soon bounce back with a vengance. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more
  15. 8th July 2017 Week 9 and the Kings Kush continues to veg out nicely building structure to hang buds in the near future. Kings Kush Kings Kush foliage. Kings Kush top of plant close up. Happy growing guys. Gasmeter Likkle more

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