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The weather forecast for today was severe rainfall, but it being me only free day this week I had no choice but to go up to the spots. The downpour was indeed severe so the pictures that I took are not that good I’m afraid.

The thing that makes me wonder though is that the plants at spot 2 are considerable smaller than the plants at spot 1. I would estimate the difference in length now at about 30 cm. They also show some yellow leafing, which the plants at spot 1 don’t show yet. Is it the amount of sunlight, the lower altitude than the plants at spot 1? I really don’t know.

Both spots show the first buds on the plants, so the growing schedule that I am ‘following’ doesn’t seem to be too far off.

One thing I keep forgetting to mention is that I water them only with Alpine Mountain Spring Water. And rain of course :)

The schedule shows you where I think that I’m at in my grow and what fertilizers are being used. Started them on Green Sensation today as you can see.

Untill next time!







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thanks for the news man good to see them still running and flowering ;)

May the weather be with you :D

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

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