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  1. If they are bug eggs hopefully they are dead because of the treatment if they disappear we will know they were eggs.
  2. Yeah I think they are definitely trichome glands they are consistently distributed on the leaf surface and their size also looks very consistent and uniform too.
  3. @g22 fan leaves have trichome glands maybe this is what they are?
  4. A days ago I noticed that the pistles on one bud in particular at the top of the main stalks on one of the Sweet Valley Kush plants have some light brown coloured stuff on them. This morning when I rotated the plants positions within the grow tent as I do each day I accidentally touched the bud as I put the plant back inside the grow tent. It is definitely resin it was very sticky and when I smelled my fingers it is obviously resin. I have not seen resin production like this on any plants on the last run of Sweet Valley Kush or any other strain for that matter. Looking at the rest of the plants I can see a similar thing where there is plenty of resin on the pistles of the buds, more at the tops of the plants than on the lower parts. Here are a couple of images so you can see what I am talking about. I will keep a close eye on this and see what happens as we forward in time. Happy growing...
  5. Another prisoner escaped the planet RIP Vaughn Benjamin http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/singer-vaughn-benjamin-is-dead_179061 There will be some who say the world is a little bit darker today without Vaughn Benjamin. This is not true simply because he recorded around 70 albums providing a bright shining light to guide humanity to higher ground.
  6. Thanks for the kind words @OG.Naj I can start giving them some of the PK 4-8 juice with the next feed to help those buds along.
  7. WOW they are frosty great photography they are beautiful plants great job @OG.Naj your skills and love shine through bro
  8. End of week 4 start of week 5 of flowering. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush are doing great and the buds are growing a bit every day. Yeah topping is the word an the way for sure, I am well pleased with way the plants are developing. In the past I have not tried this technique because I did not want to take anything away from the plant I suppose I thought it would make the plant less than it would be and this would mean less bud. But it is the opposite 3 of the plants have 4 main stalks and the smallest plant has 2 main stalks even if I FIM'd them they would still have one main stalk each and the plants would be taller. Here are some images I took yesterday afternoon. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in grow tent under LED. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in normal light side view. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in normal light top view. Sweet Valley Kush plant side view. Sweet Valley Kush plant stalks. Sweet Valley Kush plant top view. Sweet Valley Kush bud porn The dirt in the root pouches was dry and they felt nice and light this morning so I mixed 1g of Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Magnesium per litre and 3ml of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom feed per litre to make a 2 litres of feed solution for the three bigger plants. Then I mixed 1g Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Magnesium with 2 litres of water and 3ml of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom feed which I added to the 2 litres of water for the smallest plant to give it a mild feed. Then after watering and feeding each plant I put them back into the grow tent under the LED. They should be ready for a drink again by Wednesday when I will give them water. As I see fan leaves at the bottom of the plants start to go lighter green and yellow I am just removing them so the plants do not waste energy on them. Happy growing...
  9. Yeah you need a good stash of magic beans to grow good collie weed
  10. Thanks for the kind words @OG.Naj At first I was struggling to make a choice, at the start I though I will just get as close to 250 euros as possible at the end of the day its all gravy, but I once I got going I was able to use all 250 euros. So here is my list of strains I did not bother with any clothing or accessories, plus I also have plenty of nutrients from the contest The Doctor (Feminised) 5 seeds = €32.00 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/the-doctor.html Exodus Cheese (Feminised) 10 seeds = €57.00 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/exodus-cheese.html GH Cheese (Feminised) 10 seeds = €40.00 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/cheese.html Big Bang (Feminised) 4 seeds = €25.50 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/big-bang.html Bubba Kush (Feminised) 4 seeds = €28 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/bubba-kush.html The Church (Feminised) 4 seeds = €25.50 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/the-church.html Sweet Mango Auto (Feminised) 4 seeds = €28 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/sweet-mango-auto.html Diamond Girl (Feminised) 3 seeds = €14 https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/diamond-girl.html I like Exodus Cheese I have done 2 runs of 4 autos so far so now I know I can run photoperiod girls in my tent I had to get some, I also got 5 The Doctor beans having seen the great results @g22 achieved in the contest, I have not tried the Super Lemon Haze but have a Super Lemon Haze auto bean and a Super Critical auto bean I got free when there was a little cock up with one of my orders last year. I need to get some more auto beans to go with them so each run of 4 is the same height wise to keep the canopy as even as possible, I got 4 Sweet Mango autos this is a great strain I did a run before the contest it is a really nice smoke with a fruity taste and nice vibe too. I will probably pop 4 of the Jack Herer beans that I won in the contest at the end of next week which will leave 4 weeks of flowering left for these 4 Sweet Valley Kush which will be ready to cut at the end of the second week of December, so the Jack Herer will be about 4 weeks old by then. But if my prize beans arrive in time I will have to give it another good coat of thinking ha ha ha...
  11. Time for a mid week progress update. The 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants are all doing great and quietly building buds. This morning when I moved the plants around the tent clockwise I also turn the plants so the do not always have the same side of the plant against the tent wall so all the plants gets as much light as possible. I noticed the plants all felt nice and light and the dirt in the root pouches was nice and dry so I mixed 1g of Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Magnesium per litre and 3ml of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom feed per litre to make a 2 litres of feed solution. Then I gave the smallest the 2 litres of feed solution and the other 3 plants got water. Here are some images I took before I gave the plants a drink. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in grow tent under LED. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants side view normal light. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants top view normal light. SVK plant side view. SVK plant stalks. Bud porn I am well pleased with plants growth each morning I can see the buds look a tiny bit bigger. I thought that I might have to leave them another day before they were ready for a drink but they are obviously easily consuming 2 litres of water and feed now they are flowering and transpiring harder. At the moment I am checking out all the strains on the GHS web store so I can make a list of what strains I want to spend my prize from the 3rd Mega Contest on. Its hard work I man like a pickney in a sweet shop...
  12. Gran comienzo @R.G.S He levantado una silla para ver tu próxima aventura jugar buena suerte hermano Great start @R.G.S I have pulled up a chair to watch your next adventure play out good luck bro
  13. Rassclatt parasite bun fiyah
  14. End of week 3 start of week 4 of flowering. All of the plants are growing well and building lots of buds. The dirt in the root pouch of the smallest plant was dry and it felt nice and light so I gave it 2 litres of tap water that had been standing for a couple of days in a 2 litre plastic lemonade bottle. This morning the dirt in the root pouches of the 3 taller plants was dry and they all felt nice and light, so I made a feed solution of 1g of Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Magnesium per litre and 3ml of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom feed per litre. I mixed 2 litres of the feed solution for each plant in the 2 litre plastic lemonade bottles and then I gave each of the 3 plants 2 litres of the feed solution and then put them back inside the grow tent. Here are some images I took yesterday afternoon. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in grow tent under LED. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in normal light side view of plants. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in normal light top view of plants. Young buds. The shortest plant is now 56cm tall and the tallest plant is now 66cm tall. Over the past week the maximum temperature was 31.1C the minimum temperature was 18.5C and the maximum humidity was 99% and the minimum humidity was 40% The spike in temperature has been when the central heating comes on and the temperature in the little bathroom where my grow tent is located rises this is usually early evening now it is winter time. To combat this I open the tent door to relase the hot air and allow greater air flow and I also run an 18 inch fan in the doorway to move the air and lower the temperature. The spike in humidity is from after watering the plants when I closed up the tent, so I check the humidity and leave the door open to reduce it as necessary by increasing air movement. More updates to follow soon, happy growing...

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