ganjalover

Acapulco gold

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Today I try to put seed intro the coco and hope for best like always.

PS. I cant make photo with red eyes on my cam. It is automatically making white.

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Good luck with the new baby :) i have seen some very nice specimen of that strain around here :) I hope yours will perform as well or better ;)

Have a good grow

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weird looking leaves, do you know why she is like this? genetic thing?

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at this time look like plant begin grow up with normal speed.

about looking of plant I can not say any more. It is sativa leaves is looking directly. I been see how it is grow up in next 1-3 weeks.

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how is your humidity in the room ?

 

it seems like your leaves are not able to take in enough water thats why they curl up like that. (I think) just check ur humidity or me pls :)

 

grts riina

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I make watering at this time very spontaneity, very little time I give to this plant.

 

But i hope we all can see minty buds on this plant.

 

About h in my room it is not make any sense, with my temperature in the box. H must be on max low level 

 

 

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Thanks for the news man, you didn't answer to the question above? what do you feed her? cause she loks damn hungry :(

 

Have a good grow man

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Thanks for the news man, you didn't answer to the question above? what do you feed her? cause she loks damn hungry :(

 

Have a good grow man

 

Don`t worry man, I just gave plant fresh water in coco and forgot about plant. It is all because I have many outdoor ganja for smoking and more staff for me not to so important. But now plant take norm nutrients and show normal dynamic of reincarnation   :)

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New growth is looking more healthy :)

I love to know what is used in peoples grows , would it be possible to tell me what LED you are using (I love me a bit of LED, currently I have three. 2 x 180w (actual draw) EliteGrow 300 & a 150W(actual draw) Vipar B2x3)

Was also wondering what nutes you are using, It seems to be working as your defficiencies are clearing up nicely ;)

Thanks for the pics :D we all love to see a pretty lady but a few more would be even better and would make me smile.

Wishing you all the best with the rest of the grow, I'll be sure to drop in from time to time to see how they are progressing :)

Peace & smoke

Lams

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god to see she is getting better indeed! Lams i remember those are homemade LED if i remember correctly ^^ And you should find the infos on his previous growing thread i believe it had been asked as well ;) Or just wait for him to answer hehe ;)  http://forums.strainhunters.com/topic/6504-lemon-skunk-harvest/

 

 

have a good grow Ganjalover

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