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  1. @Chesterland great job your plants look amazing
  2. @g22 I hope your feeling better bro
  3. @g22 no I did not measure them before I adjusted the timer. I did measure the smallest this afternoon and it is about 23cm tall and the tallest is about 28cm tall the nodes were pretty tight and over the past few days since I changed the photoperiod they have definitely started to stretch and stalks are getting longer and thicker. So I took yours and @OG.Naj advice and removed the teeny leaves away from the site of the first true leaves so it does not waste energy on them.
  4. @R.G.S la madre naturaleza decidió que era hora de cortar, hombre, tu crecimiento ha sido bíblico @R.G.S mother nature decided it was time to cut, man your grow has been biblical
  5. Time for a mid week update on the 4 Sweet Valley Kush. The dirt in the root pouches of all the plants was nice and dry so yesterday afternoon I mixed 2ml of root stimulant and 2ml of soil grow plant food in 1ltr of water. For the smallest plant that has a few fan leaves with the tips are pointing down I put 500ml of the feed solution into a 2ltr jug then I added 500ml of water and I gave this solution to the plant so it gets a mild feed. Then I gave each other the other 3 plants 1 litre of the undiluted feed solution. When I checked on them this morning at 6.30am when I got up and the LED came on they looked very happy, this afternoon I took some photos of them and then adjusted the LED so it is 18 inches above the top of the plants. Here are some images of the plants. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in the the grow tent under LED. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in normal light. Sweet Valley Kush plant side view. Sweet Valley Kush plant top stalks. Sweet Valley Kush plant top view. I have removed all the growth at the site of the first set of true leaves which were all tiny. During the first 2 weeks of flowering I will continue to feed them grow feed the are going to use it as they stretch, then I will flush them and give them a mild feed of the bloom feed. Happy growing...
  6. Hi @OG.Naj thanks for the kind words bro
  7. Time for a progress update on the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants. All of the plants are healthy and seem to be growing well making lots of new nodes all over each plant. The dirt in the root pouches is drying out still after I gave 3 of them 2 litres of water last Thursday and the plant with the fan leaves that were clawing slightly the dirt is still drying as well. They should be ready for a drink in the next couple of days. Here are some photos I took earlier tonight. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in the grow tent under LED. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in normal light. SVK one site of plant where topped. SVK two site of plant where topped. SVK three site of plant where topped. SVK four site of plant where topped. Top stalk close up of nodes. The plants are now over a month old so tomorrow I will reset the timer so they are on a 12/12 photoperiod to get them into flower. Happy growing...
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  9. After topping all the plants they seemed to recover quickly and the plants have produced plenty of new growth. I was going to update last night but the battery on my camera was flat so I had to charge it and I took some images tonight, I noticed that I had only FIM'd one of the plants I remember when I cut it there the gap between the node and new growth was very small. As you advise @R.G.S I was trying to leave a little bit of stalk behind to give strength to the top of the plant, anyway I nipped off the bit of stalk and the new nodes so the plant is properly topped now. Here are a couple of images of the tops of the plants. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush in grow tent under LED. Top growth on each plant. Last night the dirt in the root pouches of the other 3 plants was nice and dry so I gave them all 2 litres of water to flush the dirt. So I will now let them dry out then give them a mild feed. Happy growing...
  10. Thanks @OG.Naj Time for a quick update, yesterday the dirt in the root pouches was nice ad dry so I mixed 1 litres of feed solution containing 3ml root stimulant per litre, 1g of magnesium per litre and 2ml of grow feed per litre. Then I gave each plant 500ml of the feed solution, tonight I noticed the leaves on the smallest plant starting to claw so I gave her 2 litres of clean water to flush the dirt hopefully she will be OK. Once the dirt in the root pouches of the other 3 is dry I will give them just water and flush the dirt just to be safe. Happy growing...
  11. Good luck with the temperature over the next few days I really hope everything works out those buds are massive great job.
  12. Since I topped all of the Sweet Valley Kush plants on Thursday it does not seem to have slowed growth much I can see new growth at the site each plant was topped. Here are some images of the site on each of the plants where I topped them. More updates soon, happy growing...
  13. When I checked the 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants yesterday morning at 6.30am when I woke up they all looked great and I could see some new growth at the top of the plants at the site where they were topped. This morning when I rotated the little pots in the tent so that one plant does not have the fan blowing on it all the time, I noticed that all of the little pot felt nice and light and the plants all looked happy. So this afternoon I transplanted all 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants into their 12 litre root pouches which they will finish in. Here are some images of the process. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in the grow tent under LED. A bucket full of Sweet Valley Kush plants ready to go out to the shed to be transplanted into 12ltr root pouches. Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Granules to promote healthy root growth. 1 tablespoon of Organic Granules per 10 litres of substrate. Organic Granules in hole in dirt ready for plant. Sweet Valley Kush plant roots. Sweet Valley Kush plant transplanted into 12 litre root pouch. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants in their 12 litre root pouches ready to be watered and fed. All 4 Sweet Valley Kush plants fed and watered back in the grow tent under the LED. After transplanting the Sweet Valley Kush plants I brought them inside. I mixed a feed solution of 1g of the Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Magnesium and 3ml of Plant Magic Root Stimulant and 2ml of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Grow in 1 litre of water. I mixed a feed solution of 1g of the Plant Magic Old Timer Organic Magnesium and 3ml of Plant Magic Root Stimulant and 2ml of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Grow in 1 litre of water. I put the solution into a 2ltr pop bottle and gave it a good shake to ensure all of the magnesium crystals dissolved then I gave each plant 250ml of the feed solution and then I put then all back into the grow tent under the LED. I then adjusted the height of the LED so it is 18 inches above the tops of the plants so the light is spread wider. They all looked nice and happy back under the LED in the root pouches I will keep them in veg for another week to let them settle in. Happy growing...
  14. Thanks @OG.Naj it is a nice strain I will run some again, great smoke sweet vibe

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