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Green House BIO Feeding TEST

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Hi again :)

 

 

The plants continue to evolve favorably, the formation of buds in notorious and soon begin to form the first nice buds. They will now be on the 30th or 35th day of flowering, roughly in the middle. I can not see any lack, so everything, for the moment, works great.

 

 

 

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A big mistake has been put many varieties that are very branched. When they put so many plants in so little space, it is better that they are all of central bud .... 

But no problem :) I just have to put a little more attention to avoid excess moisture, and that the buds not collide between them.

I used a lot rope, to shape the stripes that were falling by the weight of the shoots.

 

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The buds begin to form, now everything is full of smell and resin, it is a paradise.... 

The maximum temperature is 27º, the minimum of 17º. Humidity is between 40% and 60%, usually about 55% constant.

I use water with pH adjusted to 6.5 for irrigation. I do not add anything except the new BIO BOOSTER.

BIO BOOSTER is an excellent pk BIO, to add right now, when the flowers need a little more to fatten their buds. It is a liquid product, it is added to the water of irrigation during the fattening of the buds.

 

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But all it's not good news ... The guest has arrived home, someone who did not want see me, want see my plants ...has come: The Red Spider.

 

Yes, unfortunately I have seen some leaves with bites, I have looked with the microscope (and with the macro camera) and yes, it is red spider.

It is not yet at a very advanced stage, but I am in the middle of the flowering stage. If I do not control it, it can be a big problem (they multiply at incredible speeds).

 

Impossible to use chemicals, impossible to spray anything on my buds, because I want them 100% natural. So, I bought red spider predators (natural).

 

I bought a quantity equivalent to the treatment of 100m2 (I use only 1.5m2), so .... I created the cannibal holocaust in my indoor. Im happy now lol

 

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On the other hand, the experiment 50% coconut 50% soil, with nutrients 100% BIO (Organic food by GH Bio Feeding), is being nice. It is beautiful to see the health of the roots, they grow every day more, how healthy they are ....

 

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The images speak for themselves. When the plants are happy, it shows. I think this type of powder feed (Green House BIO Feeding) is going to be the future for indoor crops, and of course for outside grows. They are very simple, the plants are very healthy, everything works well.

 

Only need see the one how to fattens the buds of the plants, remains during the next weeks. And of course, smoke and value the taste, the smell, the effect .... the quality :)

 

I know, that when we used natural nutrients, it is not necessary to perform a wash of roots, or at least not with intensity.

But, I am a very stubborn grower, I have my grow habits engraved with fire in my mind. When there are about fifteen days before harvest, I will do a full, very intense wash of roots.

I know the plants started to use their own nutrients, the food they have in their leaves and stems. So I will get a little ugly, yellow leaves, etc ....

I do not care that in a few weeks they are ugly, the only thing that matters to me, is that they are big buds and of very high quality. And for that, in my humble opinion, ALWAYS needs to perform a great wash of roots.

 

 

Cheers! 

 

 

 

 

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Very nice pictures as usual! Plants look good! I am curious how the buds will look in the end as you say but I am confident they will continue to grow bigger. Resin production looks very good! I hope the predators can take care of the mites for you.

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Wow, nice job. Plants look healthy and bon appetit for predators.

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Hi,

 

Thanks guys, I spend a lot of time in the photos, I like to know you like the photos :)

The red spider predators did their job well, they eliminated the whole red spider. In time they starving, so everyone is eliminated. I enjoyed a few weeks cleaning, but now the spider mite have returned. I think it's the next generation, the ones that were recently born from the eggs that was put the old spiders removed.

 

But no problem, Now I am in the last days of flowering (about week 8). So I do not care if they are a  plague, they will leave as soon as I harvest (next days). They will not have time to ruin anything :)

 

On the other hand, it is true that production will be harmed. It is inevitable, because the plant is devoting time and energy to Defend, not to develop. Even with the problem of the red spider, the production obtained seems to me good (without spider mite, would have been bigger of course). I am satisfied with the BIO nutrients, I am satisfied with the results.

 

I will post photos daily, of all strains. Remember, do not be scared if you see a spider mite hehehe (some plants are more affected, some less).

 

Grow Room about 6 week (bloom)

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Macro photography of fungus that are sometimes we will can see on the substrate. I stimulated this fungus for develop a lot (I  added humidity constantly), the fungus has decided to eat the smart-pot jajajaja

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This is a cut of a friend, it's Gorilla Glue, and this is the  spider mite mother queen lol

 

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Can you see the size of this spider mite? Can you see the spider web being formed? wow...  the trichomes are fantastic too :)

 

Tomorrow more and better :drinks:

 

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Very nice jose, shame about the mites but excellent control job.

Loving the purpling showing throught the trichomes.

peace

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Hi, 

 

 

Thanks @in de car, The predators helped me get to the end of the harvest, but the red spider is actually the winner :heat:

 

I did a roots wash about ten days ago. An intense root wash, very intense. To eliminate all other nutrients.  Some growers do not do a root washing, when using bio fertilizers. I respect it .... but my opinion is full different. I always recommend doing a root wash, always, without exception.

 

I like to see the color of autumn in my grow room, I like to see the yellow leaves, red leaves, worn leaves .... This is synonymous, that the plant is consuming its own resources. This is synonymous that a  excellent taste in buds, free of excess nutrients.

 

This cut is of a good friend, it's MK Ultra. He says it's good to relax (I've never really tried it, I'm my first time). Looks nice :)

 

 

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This mosquito loves to eat and be stoned, every day is placed xD

 

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This other one cut, a good friend sent me it  (Mr.K did a test of Powder Feeding here  

It is a cross, Super Critical x Lion, looks good and smells good. I want to smoke it :) 

 

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I hope you enjoy the photos!


Tomorrow more and better, greetings! :drinks:

 

 

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WOW love the photos man they are awsome great job, I wanna smoke all of it :biggrin:

Gasmeter

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Hi again :)

 

The smell of all plants is very intense, fortunately for me ... the red spider attack has been late, and has only damaged the plants :) 

I'm looking forward to drying and smoking, these Bio-buds !!

 

Some photos more :drinks:

 

This are more photos of MK again

 

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This is the Northern Lights  (cut of my friend Jose)

 

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More photographys soon!! 

 

Have a nice weekend bro

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WOW beautiful plants and a great job man, very inspirational, I hope I can achieve that level of quality in the future. 

And the photography is amazing too, very professional, using black for the background provides a good strong contrast with the bud and all the different hues of green and brown as well as all those frosty trichomes.

Gasmeter

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Hi all :)

 

 

Some more photos, from the NL cut of my friend Jose

 

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And some photos of the White Widow, amazing amount of resin :)

 

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These photos are from HK (cut from friend Dani)

 

 

 

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A few more photos of Hindu Kush :)

 

Very resinous, very intense odor, great

 

 

 

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Today I put some pictures of the Lilly, this genetics is very unproductive, but its smell and its resin are very abundant. It is tasty, though not particularly potent.

 

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Now some pics of White Widow..... simply amazing

 

 

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A few more photos, it's amazing the amount of resin from the WW, it never disappoints

 

 

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On 2/13/2017 at 9:29 AM, Jose.gh said:

 

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this is looking awesome... healthy whites!!!!1!! lovely! u gotta have em for nice buds...

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Hi, 

 

Thanks Santa, yes the root are very white using Bio Feeding, its great :)

 

Today one pic of WW.....

 

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And two of Super Critical :)

 

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Two pics mor about Super Critical and the amazing Hindu Kush :)

 

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Some more photos about Hindu Kush, even mosquitoes want to smoke haha

 

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And lastly, the special guest, the smoker mosquito :)

 

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yeah Jose... the roots are beautiful and the buds are proportional to the roots... nice job...

 

amazing pic with the fly!

 

:D

 

keept it green!

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Thanks SantaBuds :)

 

 

Now I'm germinating some new seeds, to see how they come out :)

 

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Jose, your photos are wonderful.

 

And that fly looks as though he is totally whackt.  LOL

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