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Hi there I am new  the strain hunters group. Living under magical African Sun.  I love the genetics you guys produce. The Dam is a real beast of a specimen !! Am excited to share and pick up knowledge with everybody. I grow purely organic flower !!

 

 

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Hello and weolcome to forum :)

 

That sounds great, personally I also prefer to always use everything organic, do you know Green House Feeding - Bio Feeding?

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is the greenhouse feeding range organic?

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Hey guys thanks for the interest in my post.

 

@Jose.gh

Yeah I do know GHS feeding. I am presently using the bio as a test run on this grow. And I have to say I am so impressed with these guys. Green house was the first coffee shop I visited in the dam in 99. So it's a real honour to be growing the Dam with the GH feeding. . I really lookforwad to visiting again 

 

@GreenKiwi

As far as I know they do a non organic range

The organic range is the Bio Range

There is Also an enhancer in the bio(aminos &seaweed)

There is Also a booster for final flower stage

And a calcium additive for H2o (in case u use rainwater e.g)

 

There may be other products but that's all I have seen. It's great because it's all slow release and balanced all you need to do is ph balance h20 and water yre gals.

 

Always eager  to experiment with various organics. My last run was a local produced liquid range which was also great. But man some seriously visious fumes.

 

I have 2 wks to go on my present round, for most of my ladies, using 

GHbio and the trichomes and terpenes are maturing and smelling incredible!! I'm pretty pedantic when it comes to my growing. I like every flower to give a Dutch or emerald T feel.... CLEAN & VERY 20180702_010026.thumb.jpg.094e5e49e241fb8c651d6b6827042d6a.jpgHIGH !  

 

Damnesia  SH (above)

Sour Diesel RP

Babba kush

Blue Cheese 

Cheese variety (unknown cutt)

 

 

 

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They look great!!

I also grow with LED, what LED system do you use?

Without a doubt, a wonderful garden! 

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Hey Jose

 

Thank you so much for your complimemt 👊

Each grow gets better and better.

 

Yeah I use LED for flower and veg.

T5 for my propagation. (Old Skool)

 

Have experimented with diff lighting systems and this works the best I found!!

 

In my flower garden I have 2 x cob lighting. For per set up giving 200w ea. 

 In the middle I have a Mars Reflector 192 ( claimed=450w hps replacement)

Then for dead spot I have single cob set up on a chain pull system that I move every day or 2 to supplement dead areas.

So totalling 900w of Led and my space is 5.76 cubic meters/ 2.88 sqM.

Loads of fan movement and air exchange also. Have managed to nail the humidity so it's now optimal for final flower stages....

 

I have not used any booster for final flowering on  this garden but I will test it on another garden, which is a mono culture grow of Blue Cheese. I have just flipped to 12/12 ..... Will post some pics

 

 

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That sounds great, I'm already looking forward to seeing some growing diary with pictures under LEDs.!

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