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  1. Hi @R.G.S your garden looks fantastic so lush and green those plants are beautiful Your growing a little forest there, man your gonnan have your hands full when you cut them and harvest if they all finish at the same time. A nice problem to deal with. Hola @R.G.S Tu jardín se ve fantástico, tan exuberante y verde, esas plantas son hermosas. Al cultivar un pequeño bosque allí, hombre, tu gonnan tiene las manos llenas cuando las cortas y cosechas si todas terminan al mismo tiempo. Un buen problema para tratar.
  2. Hi @g22 thanks, inner love for the kind words bro That means a lot to me I was worried they might be looking too dark and suffering an excess of nutrients, me over thinking the job.
  3. Congratulations on the birth of your son a new dawn, a new day, a new way... Glad to hear the damaged plant looks like it will survive, happy growing...
  4. I can't wait till its cured I have a smoke as soon as its dry enough to smoke. Man fire caan quench...
  5. Time for a quick mid week update on the 2 Sweet Valley Kush. On Monday morning at 6.30am the temperature inside the shed was about 18C outside it was bright and there was not much cloud just lots of blue sky so I moved both plants outside into the yard, I checked on them 30 minutes later and the temperature outside was about 20C By 8.30am they plants were in direct sunlight and the temperature was about 26C by lunch time the temperature was about 32C at reach about 36C by mid afternoon then by 6.30pm the temperature had cooled to about 24C when I put them in the shed for the night the temperature was about 22C Yesterday morning at 6.30am the temperature inside the shed was about 20C and it was nice and warm outside and the sky was blue with a few fluffy little clouds so I moved both of the plants outside and then I checked the temperature 30 minutes later it was about 24C and the plants were not in direct sunlight. By about 830am the temperature in direct sunlight was about 28C and when I checked about 10.30am before I went for a stroll the temperature was about 32C in direct sunlight the temperature reach about 34C by lunch time and mid afternoon it started to cool down to about 28C. At 6.30pm when I put the plants inside the shed for the night the temperature was about 22C before I locked up for the night I filled two 2 litre pop bottles with water ready for next time I water the plants. This morning at 6.30am it was warm outside and the sky was blue and a few little clouds the temperature inside the shed was about 20C so I moved both of the plants outside into the yard I checked the temperature 30 minutes later and it was about 22C By about 8.30am the temperature in direct sunlight was about 26C and by about 12pm the temperature was about 32C and at about 3pm it was very cloudy and dull the dirt in the root pouches was nice and dry so I gave both plants 2 litres of water. Then it started to rain lightly so I moved both of the plants into the shed under the fluorescent tubes the temperature inside the shed was about 26C and at 6.30pm when I switched off the lights and locked up the temperature in the shed was about 22C Before I watered the plants I measured them both SVK-B#1 is now 50cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 60cm tall so no difference in height since I last measured the plants, although the plants are not taller the buds have definitely got bigger. More updates at the weekend, happy growing...
  6. Time for a quick mid week update on the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants. Everything has been going well in the tent over the past few days all the plants are growing nicely and responding well to the full spectrum light. This afternoon I filled four 2 litre pop bottles with water ready to water them tomorrow. Then I measure all 4 plants SVK-B#1 is now 48cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 44cm tall, SVK-M#1 is now 47cm tall and SVK-M#2 is now 45cm tall. The maximum temperature inside the tent over the past 3 days was 31.1C and the minimum temperature was 22.5C the maximum humidity was 95% and the minimum humidity was 51% I will wait until the end of the week and then I will put the dehumidifier in the tent to keep the humidity in check during flowering. More updates soon, happy growing...
  7. Time for a progress update on the outdoor Sweet Valley Kush at the end of week 4 of 12/12. Monday 08 july the day started well blue sky very bright 6.30am temp 16C plants straight outside highest temp about 34C averaged about 26/8C about 3.30pm went really cloudy and tried to rain moved plants into shed under fluorescent tubes for rest of day the temp when I switched off the lights about 22C On Tuesday 09 july cloudy at 6.30am the temperature in the shed was about 18C I left both plants in shed under the fluorescent lights all day the average temperature was about 22C in afternoon and about 20C when I switched the lights off locked up the shed for the night. On Wednesday 10 july in the morning at 6.30am it was a cloudy and very dull start to the day the temperature inside shed was about 18C around 9am cloud thinned out and the sun was shining so I moved the plants outside the temperature was about 22C by lunch time sky cloudy again temperature about 20C the temperature was the same when I put them in the shed for the night. On Thursday morning 6.30am it was a cloudy and dull start the temperature in the shed was about 18C by 9am it brightened up and the temperature in shed about 20C so I moved the plants outside and checked the plants after 30 minutes and the temperature outside about 24C in direct sunlight. Friday morning was dull and cloudy with light rain at 6.30am temperature inside the shed was about 18C left plants in shed under fluorescent tubes nice and dry until it dried up about 10am and the cloud thinned and the sun came out and the temperature outside was about 22C by 12pm the temperature was about 32C in direct sunlight and by late afternoon it was about 26C in direct sunlight. When I put the plants in the shed for the night the temperature in the shed was about 20C Yesterday morning at 6.30am it was a bit dull and cloudy the temperature in the shed was about 18C by 9.30am the sun was shining so I moved the plants outside where the temperature in direct sunlight was about 24C By lunch time the temperature in direct sunlight was about 34C and mid afternoon the temperature was about 30C in direct sunlight, in the late afternoon it cooled down once the plants were not in direct sunlight the temperature was about 28C and when I ut them inside the shed for the night the temperature in the shed was about 22C This morning it was dull and cludy at 6.30am so I left the plants under the fluorescent tubes until the cloud thinned out and the sun was shining at about 9.30am so I put the plants outside and the temperature in direct sunlight was about 28C by about 12pm the temperature was about 34C and in the late afternoon once the plants were no longer in direct sunlight the temperature was about 26C The dirt in each plants root pouch was nice and dry and they were light so I gave each plant 2 litres of water just before I put them in the shed for the night, the temperature in the shed was about 22C Yesterday I took some photos of the plants and I also measured them SVK-B#1 is now 50cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 60cm tall, both plants are doing great and building quietly building buds. Here are some photos I took yesterday. Both of the Sweet Valley Kush plants in the afternoon sunshine. The temperature in direct sunlight about 30C SVK-B#1 side view of plant. SVK-B#1 bud on lower stalk. SVK-B#1 bud next to main stalk. SVK-B#1 bud near top of plant around main stalk. SVK-B#1 bud on top of the plant. SVK-B#2 side view of plant. SVK-B#2 bud on lower stalk. SVK-B#2 bud next to main stalk. SVK-B#2 bud near top of plant around main stalk. SVK-B#2 bud on top of the plant. Happy growing...
  8. End of week 4 of veg and the start of week 1 of 12/12 and time for a weekly update on the progress of the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants. On monday the dirt in the root pouches so I gave them all 2 litres of water each then 3 days later on Thursday the dirt in the pouches was dry so I gave each plant 2 litres of water each. This morning when the LED came on I put the bloom switch on and this afternoon I adjusted the timer so it goes off at 6pm so the photoperiod is 12/12 I measure all of the plants this afternoon and SVK-b#1 is now 41cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 37cm tall, SVK-M#1 is now 41cm tall and SVK-M#2 is now 40cm tall. The maximum temperature inside the tent this week was 29.2C and the minimum temperature was 25.8C the maximum humidity was 99% and the minimum humidity was 57% The dirt in 3 of the plants root pouches was nice and dry tonight so I gave them all 2 litres of water just before the LED switched off. Here are some images I took this afternoon. All of the plants under LED in grow tent. SVK-B#1 side view of plant. SVK-B#1 plant foliage. SVK-B#1 top view of plant. SVK-B#2 side view of plant. SVK-B#2 plant foliage. SVK-B#2 top view of plant. SVK-M#1 side view of plant. SVK-M#1 plant foliage. SVK-M#1 top view of plant. SVK-M#2 side view of plant. SVK-M#2 plant foliage. SVK-M#2 top view of plant. All four Sweet Valley Kush plants in normal light. Happy growing...
  9. WOW look at those trichomes thats some good resin production I love the image above the bud close up also that is one beautiful healthy specimen great work @OG.Naj
  10. Hi @g22 you got some sweet looking bud there happy smoking
  11. Hi @Jose.gh I think the reason the plants are leafy is down to the light outside I think that they make more leaves to be able to be able to absorb more light or as much as they can. Last year we had a heat wave and we had lots of blazing sunshine, but if you look back a few posts at the image of the Passion #1 plants you can see they are leafy too. Maybe its a UK thing with the cooler temperatures.
  12. End of week 3 of 12/12 The Sweet Valley Kush plants are both growing well and it is now very obvious they are in flower the young buds are very visible now. On Thursday morning at 6.30am when I went outside the sky was blue and not much cloud about the temperature inside the shed was about 18C So I moved the plants outside into the bright daylight, when I checked on them at 7.30am the temperature was about 22C by 8.30am when they were in direct sunlight the temperature was about 28C by lunch time early afternoon it was about 32C When I put them in the shed for the night the temperature was about 22C Friday morning had a good start very little cloud and lots of blue sky at 6.30am and the temperature inside the shed was about 18C so I moved the plants outside into the broght daylight, when I checked on them at about 8.30am the temperature in direct sunlight was about 28C I moved the plants at about 3pm in the afternoon to keep them in direct sunlight as the sun arcs across the sky, the temperature late afternoon in direct sunlight was about 36C The dirt in the root pouches was nice and dry so at about 5pm I gave each plant 2 litres of water, when I put them in the shed for the night at 6.30pm the temperature was about 22C Yesterday morning at 6.30am the sky was blue but there was a bit of patchy cloud, the temperature in the shed was about 16C so I moved both plants outside into the yard, by 8.30am the temperature was about 28C in direct sunlight. After taking some photos of the plants I measure them both SVK-B#1 is now47cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 58cm tall. When I put the plants in the shed for the night the temperature in the shed was about 22C. This morning at 6.30am it was nice outside the sky was blue with very little cloud, the temperature in the shed was about 18C, so I put the plants outside by 8.30am the temperature was 28C and when I checked them about 11am the temperature was about 34C Here are some images I took yesterday afternoon just before I watered the plants. Sweet Valley Kush plants basking in the late afternoon sunshine. Mr Moose and his thermometer showing late afternoon temperature. SvK-B#1 side view. SvK-B#1 stalks and foliage. SVK-B#1 foliage and young buds. SvK-B#1 top view. SvK-B#1 bud on lower stalk. SvK-B#1 bud on top of plant. SvK-B#2 side view. SvK-B#2 stalks and foliage. SVK-B#2 foliage and young buds. SvK-B#2 top view. SvK-B#2 bud on lower stalk. SvK-B#2 bud on top of plant. The weather over the past few days has been pretty good with plenty of sunshine, but the forcast for next week looks crap with lots of cloud and rain for most of the week then things will get better on Thursday and hopefully get back to lots of sunshine. Happy growing...
  13. End of week 3 of veg and time for a weekly update on the progress of the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants. On Friday the dirt in the root pouches was nice and dry so I gave all four plants 2 litres of water each. All four plants are growing and progressing nicely making lots of new nodes and slowling increasing in height. Yesterday I measure all of the plants SVK-B#1 is now 31cm tall and SVK-B#2 is now 28cm tall, SVK-M#1 is now 32cm tall and SVK-M#2 is now 27cm tall. Since my last update the the maximum temperature in the tent was 30.5C the minimum temperature was 20.5C and the maximum humidity was 97% and the minimum humidity was 37% the spike in humidity is during the night after watering or watering and feeding the plants. Here are some images I took last night. Sweet valley Kush plants in grow tent under LED top view. Sweet valley Kush plants in grow tent under LED side view. A row of 4 Sweet valley Kush plants. SVK-B#1 side view. SVK-B#1 stalks and foliage. SVK-B#1 top of plant. SVK-B#1 top view of plant. SVK-B#2 side view. SVK-B#2 stalks and foliage. SVK-B#2 top of plant. SVK-B#2 top view of plant. SVK-M#1 side view. SVK-M#1 stalks and foliage. SVK-M#1 top of plant. SVK-M#1 top view of plant. SVK-M#2 side view. SVK-M#2 stalks and foliage. SVK-M#2 top of plant. SVK-M#2 top view of plant. So just one week of veg left and I will reset the timer so they are on a 12/12 photoperiod and get them flowering. I will not give them any bloom feed straight away I will wait a week and give them a flush first. With the bio bloom feed I am going to play it safe and give them a couple of weeks worth at a time and ease them into the bloom feed to avoid problems with over feeding. So far I am well pleased with their progress most of the lower stalks on each plants have at least 3 or 4 nodes they are enjoying the LED. Happy growing...
  14. Hi @g22 yes your right about the BioBizz All Mix having plenty of nutrients for 6 weeks I will give the indoor plants on the bio feed less and not all at once I will feed them a small feed every couple of weeks to play it safe.

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