100% sativa grow south african kwazulu

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hi all, there is my 2nd grow started 4 months ago, using soil from my backyard, 5 36w cfl bulbs and 2 pc fans

i vegged this plant during 3months using the 13/11 light cycle without using ferts, now its been 1 month since i change the light cycle to 11/13 to induce flowering, ive been using a homemade seaweed preparation since i changed the light cycle, the plant has already started to grow flowers, the photos below was taken 2weeks ago(the most recent). i have no camera at the moment i ll post new photos in a few days. have a look, please give your feedback or advice, will be very much apprecieted

Hav a nice day :)

btw the strain is 'South African Kwazulu' from world of seeds.











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very nice girl man :)

Not much to say except whe would love a little more light probably, but it seems to be doing the job so far :)

Thanks for taking time to share your grow with us man.

Keep us updated and keep that girls growing

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Yo dude i'm done here in SA and i see this plant all the time here ! :)

Looking good and let me know if she smokes better than the swazi here :D


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