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  1. Hi guys! How you all been doing? Long time from the last time I came here! Cheers to all! (no Dust not to you, you still suck no matter how much time it have passed... karma's a bitch) See you soon, Take care.
  2. WhiteLemon (El Niño x Super Lemon Haze) El Niño: Haze, Super Skunk, Brazilian and South Indian. x Super Lemon Haze: Lemon Skunk (original skunk, citral) + Super Silver Haze (Skunk, Northern Lights, Haze) -flowering time: 8-9 weeks -height: medium-tall -good for SCRoG A few days before sprouting I've soaked the medium (soil + hydroton balls around 10%) with Plagron Roots and Hygrozyme. After the germination process... Both sprouted yesterday (16/01/2011) They have been planted and will grow in one 10.8L pot, to try to create a Mycorrhizae Network in the future wen the root system gets big enough for it, lets see. Soil:BioBizz Light-Mix Base inorganic nutrients: Advanced Hydroponics of Holland 1 Grow, 2 Bloom, 3 Micro. Base organic/mineral nutrients: Plagron Alga-Grow, Alga-Bloom Humic / Fulvic acids:BioBizz Top Maxx Enzymes: Hygrozyme Rootings & Seaweed: Canna Rhizotonic;Plagron Roots Fish Emulsion: BioBizz Fish-Mix Bloom: Plagron Green Sensation ; Advanced Nutrients Big Bud ; Advanced Natural Power Growth/Bloom Excelarator Vitamins: Superthrive and Hesi Supervit Micro Organisms: Nutrifield Defence System (prev. TriBoost) ; Nutrifield Plant Starter (prev. X10 Boost) ; MycoPlant Carbohydrates: Advanced Nutrients CarboLoad Foliar only: Plagron Phyt-Amin Take care
  3. Daylight Hours Explorer Shows the hours of daylight received during the year for an observer at a given latitude. This is an important factor contributing to the seasons. UNL Astronomy / ClassAction / Coordinates and Motions / Animations Usage Instructions Running this animation on your computer... right-click to download daylighthoursexplorer.swf and daylighthoursexplorer.html to the same directory open the html file in a browser to run the animation http://astro.unl.edu...rsexplorer.html To find your latitude use Google Earth or Maps Take care
  4. Growing cannabis outdoors "Growing cannabis outdoors has been mans traditional method of growing his favourite recreational and medicinal herb for thousands of years. Nature has provided cannabis with the adaptations and hardiness needed to grow in many regions. Specialist selective breeding by the more professional seed suppliers has produced some truly outstanding varieties that will produce excellent ganja in non-tropical northern European climates and even thousands of metres above sea level. For those growers that don’t wish to grow indoors or in greenhouses, outdoor growing is a great and easy way to produce your stash. Growing cannabis outdoors with good quality seed not only gives amazingly powerful weed but it also produces some of the best tasting weed with deep flavours and rich aromas. The outdoor grower typically grows from April/May to October in the northern hemisphere. Outdoor growers often germinate the seeds indoors and give their plants a headstart by growing them indoors under lights for a few weeks. These plants are often gradually acclimatised to outdoor temperatures before being permanently planted outside as established plants in time for the summer. It's also possible to start growing cannabis outdoors in the beginning of April, the first weeks under a piece of glass or in a greenhouse. The yield per female plant is between 100 and 400 grams for the different strains. Most of the plants have yields in between. Yields are especially dependent on sowing time, nutrition, and sunlight. All "indoor" and "outdoor" varieties can be grown outdoors in more Southern latitudes. For this reason, the harvest time under natural light is also given for all the "indoor" varieties. Greenhouse varieties and Indoor varieties can be grown outdoors in Central and Southern Europe with very good results. In more Northern latitudes (Scandinavia) only the outdoor varieties that are harvested early can be grown outdoors. Most "outdoor" varieties cannot be grown indoors, unless mentioned in this catalog. One of the most important factors for the outdoor grower is to correctly prepare the site. The ideal grow site should get unrestricted sun for as much of the day as possible. Protection from strong winds will also shield your crop. A grow site will often benefit from shelter; a small earth bank, a fallen tree stem or thick bushes can not only protect the plant from prevailing winds but it may also protect the plant from animals and unwelcome human attention. Having a close source of water, such as a nearby stream can make it easy to get water to your crop during hot weather. Many outdoor growers will use organic fertilisers such as bat guano, worm castings, bloodmeal, bonemeal etc to improve soil condition before the grow starts, perhaps digging in plenty of compost as well. More proficient outdoor growers will test the soil when preparing the site and fertilise it accordingly. Professional soil testing kits can be bought from garden centres which will indicate the soil type, the pH and factors such as sand content, loam and clay content etc. There is no ‘perfect’ soil for growing in and different varieties will often perform well in a range of conditions so long as nutrients are present, drainage is good and pH is within 5.8-6.5. For some people, outdoor growing means a secure and private part of their back garden or even a balcony. In some parts of the world this is too risky, so growers will choose a private and often remote spot in the countryside where they can grow. Internet maps or local knowledge can be used to find private sun-facing locations. Some growers prefer the seclusion of high altitude mountains for complete peace-of-mind and security. A new technique is to grow cannabis plants in large soil-filled sacks that have been hoisted into the tree canopy. This technique allows growers to choose locations that may be closer to home since the plants are completely invisible to people passing nearby. Yet plants grown in this way benefit from all-day sunlight and can be grown relatively close to cities and villages without raising suspicion. Just make sure that the sack is securely fixed in place. Those lucky enough to live in a Mediterranean climate with a private sun terrace are ideally placed for convenient outdoor growing. Those growing outdoors on their own land will be able to ensure that the plants receive the water and nutrients that they need and should be guaranteed the very best results assuming they originally invested in quality seed stock. Those growing on their own land may have the option of growing the plants in plant pots or rooting them directly into the soil. Plant pots have the advantage of being portable but may need regular watering in hot weather. The experienced grower will often avoid ‘black’ plant containers which get very hot in direct sunlight. They will also avoid putting plant pots directly onto a hot surface (e.g. tiled terrace) which will stress the roots. Those growing plants rooted directly into the soil will often get the best growth and yield so long as the soil is in good condition and the spot receives good sunlight! Those growing outdoors may not always be able to visit the plants regularly so a grow spot has to be chosen which is private, sunny and with some protection from animals such as rabbits and deer that will happily munch the plants if not kept away. Some growers surround their secret grow spot with branches and undergrowth to conceal the crop and deter grazing animals. Other growers deliberately plant thorny plants (blackberry plants etc) around their grow area to provide lasting and effective protection. This technique usually involves systematically surrounding the grow patch with a thick, tall and impenetrable barrier to humans and animals. When done properly there is absolutely no way that anyone could guess cannabis plants are growing nearby. Often the only way into the centre of such a grow is by crawling along the ground through a single secure route that can be easily covered and hidden. Visits to the grow spot will often involve checking the plants for pests and treating them accordingly. In dry weather water may need bringing to the plants. Some outdoor growers transport the original soil to the grow site, often it will have been pre-enriched with e.g. worm castings and perhaps water absorbent gel crystals will have been added. Water absorbent gel crystals can be bought in many garden centres and absorb excess moisture swelling into large water retaining gel particles. These then slowly release the water during dryer times. They allow plants to thrive with additional water reserves for their roots even in drought conditions. When growing cannabis outdoors think carefully about the variety. Not all strains are suited to outdoors, so read the reviews carefully and choose a good seed supplier. The best outdoor strains were often developed over a period of several years, selectively breeding those offspring that displayed the best suitability to outdoor conditions as well as retaining premium potency levels. This is a full time job that requires an expert ability not just to create premium outdoor strains but also to stabilise them. Sometimes the hardest part of outdoor growing is selecting the right location and preparing it for the cannabis plants/seeds. Often the outdoor grower will have several different grow locations and accepts that losing the occasional plant is an occupational hazard. Once the spot is ready it will often be used for many years of harvesting by the outdoor cannabis grower. Outdoor growing is challenging but fun, it may require ingenious thinking and professional preparation but when done correctly the outdoor grower can experience the thrill and satisfaction from harvesting all his herbal supplies free of charge, the way nature intended." I highlighted what I tought best, after a few outdoors I'm into... source: http://www.dutch-pas...nabis-outdoors/ Take care
  5. Quick update on the Outdoor grow (click pictures to enlarge) Left to Right: Kalashnikova, Dr. Grinspoon, White Lemon and King's Kush. Kalashnikova: Dr. Grinspoon: White Lemon: and the King's Kush: Take care
  6. Hi my friends! I decide to invite all of you to follow my blog, since it's my main form of updating to my grows (the GH Official Tests I update and post them in the Official Tests section forum). To do so you just have to go to this link and then click "Follow this blog" (right top side of the page) to check for the updates automaticaly: http://www.strainhunters.com/forums/blog/18-news-from-paradise/ I would love to know that all of you guys knows what I'm growing and doing, so if you're interested please follow my blog! See you all there! Thanks! Take care
  7. White Lemon bud, digitaly fine-tuned by Mr.X (El Niño x Super Lemon Haze) El Niño: Haze, Super Skunk, Brazilian and South Indian. x Super Lemon Haze: Lemon Skunk (original skunk, citral) + Super Silver Haze (Skunk, Northern Lights, Haze) Source: Romeu9 - White Lemon 1# & 2# - ||| Harvested & Reported |||
  8. Already forcing plants to flower from about one week ago.. Time is coming (click pictures to enlarge) Left to Right: Kalashnikova, Dr. Grinspoon, King's Kush and White Lemon! In front are the two NL Autos. Kalash and Dr. Grinspoon and one of the two NL Autos: King's Kush and White Lemon: Take care
  9. Both transplanted last night, the Kalashnikova from a 2L SmartPot and the Dr.Grinspoon from a 0,5L round pot. (click pictures to enlarge) The Kalashnikova (free growing): The Dr.Grinspoon (topped): both: Take care
  10. Now have come the time to the White Lemon to be also transplanted into a 40L pot for this outdoor Summer grow. Transplanted last night from a 0,5L squared pot. (click pictures to enlarge) Take care
  11. (Click pictures to enlarge) she's nicely filling back to the tent Take care
  12. (click the pictures to enlarge) Will give her one more feed and after dry will start flushing before harvest, she's in her 11th week now. Take care
  13. http://www.growhd.tv/video/A-look-into-the-House-of-Love-%2528Romeu9%2529/d6fce3086ea1e75571457b1c76b2c7bc
  14. Transplanted last night, from a 0,5L squared pot: Take care
  15. Going to be a big bush... I'm inloved with this strain already! Thank you King!!! (click pictures to enlarge) (with the NL Autos in the background) check here to see it at the time of transplant: http://www.strainhun...-kush-into-40l/ Take care
  16. Hey guys! Today morning a new baby girl rised, it's a "Dr. Grinspoon" (Barney's Farm) for my Outdoor grow of this year! It's a 100 days flowering strain! Yes you're right, 14 weeks!!! To get in touch with connoisseur strains sometimes take a while right? Still, decided to try this due to such a beatiful morphological structure during flowering! So here she is: That's all for today! Take care
  17. Northern Lights Autoflowering NL x Green-O-Matic Northern Lights: NL5 x NL2 x Green-O-Matic: Ruderalis x Morrocan x White Dwarf x Low Rider "8 weeks flowering time with a great production up to 100-150 grams/plant. Long branching. Tall plant (90-120 cm)." My test will be performed in the following conditions: Outdoor terrace grow 18L squared pots from day 1. BioBizz All-Mix soil I use organic/mineral nutrients as base: BioNova for veg and Plagron Alga-Bloom for flowering. Flowering additives are Plagron Green Sensation and AN Big Bud. Enzymes are Hygrozyme Electrolites (Humic acids) are from BioBizz TopMax. Canna Rhizotonic Carbohydrates I use honey and AN CarboLoad Micro-Organisms from several sources Hand-watering I PH and EC read all my waterings, fine tunning them to match the plants needs. Hope you enjoy as much as I do! Thank you all! Source: Romeu9 - Northern Lights Auto - 20-05-2012
  18. Source: Romeu9 - Northern Lights Auto - COMING SOON
  19. http://www.growhd.tv/video/9weeks-update-Liamba-and-The-Church/ba99ea3050a7a44a2be16ebb4a390ec8 The Church is in flushing time before harvest (two more weeks) and to the Liamba I will give her about 12 or 13weeks total flowering time... Take care
  20. Hey guys! Two in the back are GH King's Kush (left) and GH White Lemon (right), the WL is two weeks younger then the others! Two in the front are GH Kalashnikova! Temps still low at about 18c to 20c outside in the terrace, they been spending the most of the time inside behind glass and at night a few more hours of light indoor in the kitchen by a 125w blue spec CFL. The smaller kalashnikova will be flowered in the tent after the ones I have there atmo get to be harvested in 5 or 6 more weeks. The other 3 plants will be growing and then flowering wen the time comes in the terrace and will have as final pots 3 nice 40L white pots Take care
  21. Sprout 01.06.2011 Barneys Farm "Vanilla Kush" Vanilla Kush is an incredible new Indica-dominant strain and is one of the most fragrant, full-flavoured and potent plants that Barneys Farm have ever offered. Vanilla Kush genetics come from Kashmir and Afghan. The intense aromas from large, dense colas –heavily speckled with red and gold trichromes – bring to mind wild vanilla and lavender, accented with lemon and orange peel. Once lit, the floral and herbal aromas become more concentrated and the smoke offers sweet flavours. Vanilla Kush grows to about 55- 60cm in height indoors and takes her cannabis seeds 60-65 days to flower. Outdoor harvest time is the end of September. Her THC is strong of 22%. The strong, long lasting high allows the mind to relax and eases muscle tension. Work in progress Take care
  22. 5 weeks update video: http://www.growhd.tv/video/Liamba-and-The-Church%252C-5weeks-update/9eb85026d5fe0e070983613d7b0d4f71 Take care
  23. Current view... Liamba: The Church: Take care
  24. Hey Hunters! Tought I would leave some info on the new seedlings. Two Kalashnikova are 3 days old since sprout and looking perfect, think I can already disclose 2 diferent phenos on them, sativa dominant and indica dominant marks on the small set of true leaves already disclosable... Not sure but we'll see.. The Big Bang that sprouted the same day is dead. It borned with a nipping sort of thing, the shell was probably too stuck and it acidentaly pinched it at some point. The seedling had a down curve that didnt rised and actualy I found it dead this morning.. A new seed of BB is already soaking One King's Kush seed have sprouted the day next of the Kalash's and is growing nicely and steady. (I'm eager to grow this strain for ages already, finaly!!!!) Genetic material of it is Grape x NYC Diesel x OG Kush!! Man gotta love that!!! Long Live the King! Will update tomorrow (same to say today but after dawn) lol Thanks guys! Take care

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