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  1. nice grow goin on.
  2. Thanks for the compliment. The other 2 Kalashs are gone, survived outdoor balcony with sometimes cold temps, (no purple - sorry) and finished nicely. only 40cm in hight because of an 1L pots I used to keep em low. I saw the hight problems indoor with bigger pots.
  3. HI together, after curing the buds in the basement the harsh taste isn´t noticable anymore. I have to work 13 days straight, so I won´t be able to have some more of my good tasting auto kalashnikovas. From three Flowerbomb kush outdoor only one made it to go out in the wild. Nature was hard on them this time. really hot temps (killed two seedlings), the one outside first got totally raped by snails and after one and a half weeks it was totally gone, I guess a deer or rabbit got it. so my outdoor season is totally wasted. So I just started 2 futher auto kalshnikovas, so I wont starve in the winter. Thanks for the nice posts and I hope there will be more competitions (with provided seeds) in the future.
  4. Hi greenomatic, nice auto bomb grow. I hope you will enjoy them as much as I enjoy my three auto kalashs. Lookin forward to flowering.
  5. And here are the pics after drying the buds.
  6. Hey guys, now its time for a final exam on the three auto Kalashnikovas. The taste is a bit harsh maybee a bit to stong for some moderate smokers,personally I think they need to smooth out a bit more. But the high is really great. Nice Stone, can get couchlocky if smoked to much, but can also be pleasant to just do something. Like a nice walk out or a bike ride. I got about 70g dry bud full of chrystals, (foxtails without trichs where put with trim). A nice yield for three autos. I can recomend this strain for its easyness in growth (if more than my 160cm total hight of the growthcabinett is available because of the strech 2 of my kalashs did) and good performance to medicinal users across the world. Chillin from these Kalashs and I´m lovin it. So here are the pics
  7. Hi guys, I rinsed the plants with pleanty of tap water. let them drain out and rearanged the plants in the growroom. The two high plants are further away from the light, since there is some nive trichome production. These pictures ware taken in day 60 since germination. nowthey are in day 64. they need about one week, so its a good 10 days since the flushing.
  8. I have the air circulation on all "day" and twice 30 minutes during the night. I used soil from a regular hardwarestore with a garden section (similar to the home depot in the us), But there is one thing that I do different, I fill about one quarter of the pots with "Seramis-for room flowers" here a link,, the paticles hold moisture very well, the have a start nutrtion and are designed to deliver a lot of O2 to the roots. And I let the plants dry out well, (till first leafes start hangging down) again for lots of oxigen for the roots.
  9. On the biggest plant there is lots of "Foxtailing" going on. ( picture, IMAG1377), There are budsites everywhere in the growroom and the smell is getting nice, a kind of fruity flower scent.
  10. Hi 2gether, in week 8 since germination, I changed the habbit and waited untill the hps was turned off. They just got fed today, I think it´s the last Feeding ( Greenhouse , for short flowering plants) When they are dryed out fairly well, I will flush them well with tap water. Of course you are going to see nice pictures, when it is time. Here are the promissed night pictures in day 56 since germination:

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