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  1. Hey'all! This week was full of changes. First of all, the supposedly Co2 farting bag (mycelium and some other bullshittery) is fracking amazing. It arrived on friday, and by Sunday the plant had a complete new look. Leaves are finally of an intense green, they're not drooping anymore, and she substantially doubled her size in a matter of 4 days. The addition of Co2 seems to have helped fixing a little overwatering issue, as with the plant growing, so does the rootball. And if the rootball grows, the amount of soil clogged up actually diminishes. This doesn't mean the plant will not suffer from root rot/overwatering in the future. It just means it overcame a difficult moment. In addition to the Co2 bag, i upgraded the ventilation system. The old setup was made of 2 extractors running at 110 m3/hr, and considering i use active carbon filters on both ends (I/O), I've got to calculate a -25% efficiency on those. Meaning that the real amount of air being moved was around 82.5 m3/hr. The new extractors (and filters, ofc) run at a 250m3/hr, meaning that, with that -25%, i'm getting I/O 187.5 m3/hr. Considering my grow tent CBM is 0.612m3, i've passed from repleneshing the air inside the tent from a lil bit more than twice a minute, to a lil bit more than five times a minute! This will help the plant to develop even further. More air can't hurt, right? Speaking of airflow, i've also made a "Mod" for the pot i'm using. Got a plastic tube, approximately 4cm in diameter, 80cm long. Cut the thing in 4 pieces, and carved 64 holes on each tube, 5mm wide, and planted them 15cm into the soil. This allows air to penetrate deep into the rootzone, and also reducing humidity/wetness in the pot itself, allowing it to dry faster. Unfortunately, i can't find my old 18L cloth-pot, so i was forced to use a 30L plastic pot. Plastic pots suck ass, because they never manage a good drainage, so this was my solution to it. Anyway, about NL24. Today is NLday 28. This marks the beginning of her last vegging week, but i do plan to extend such period. She is approximately 20cm tall, NL24 has now 6 internodes. It had 7 this morning, but i performed Topping. I've also cut a couple fan leaves (100% healthy leaves, no issues) in order to give the lower branches more light penetration. I like to grow my plant in a semi-scrog (SCRog = Screen Of Green): i don't use any net whatsoever, but i try to even the canopy myself with topping and a touch of LST. Today i also fed NL24 with 1gpwl GHSC's Enhancer, 25% more than the last time. This is gonna be the max amount i'll use in the future, every 2 weeks. Currently feeding her at 6.2-6.3PH. Lastly, i got my battery pack for my camera. Here's a couple good quality pics! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As i said earlier, i'm probably gonna extend the VEG phase, until the canopy looks even to my eyes. If the plant grows as fast as she's been doing the last 4-5 days, and if she recovers from the topping, I calculate to bring her to flowering stage in about 3 weeks. Imma post a weekly update, as always. So, until next time.. Be safe. Peace!
  2. Hey'all! Sorry for the delay in the update. This week was a busy one, both for me and for the plant, and i quite forgot to write it. Anyhoo, here it is. At the beginning of Week3, i started feeding her 2.5 GPSL (Grams per soil liter) GHSC's VEG nutes (10g), but i didn't like the sad look on her face, so today i decided to transplant it into a bigger pot. Unfortunately i didn't have a cloth pot with me, so i went with the good old 30Liters bucket (7ish gallons). Because of this, i added some more Nutes, bringing the total up to 40 Grams per soil liter, compared to the maximum of 60-90. This means i fed her a total of 1.3 GPSL VEG Nutes. I also decreased the lamp to a height of 45cm. This marks the beginning of the Vegetative Phase. The VEG phase will last a minimum of 2 weeks, and based on how the plant develops, i'll decide whether to extend or shorten this phase. Next week i'll proceed with the topping at the 4th-5th internode (depending on if the plant actually develops the 5th internode in this week). I know this is not recommended (topping a 3weeks old seedling is not exactly the best thing to do, as it may slow down the plant), but i've got time and patience to learn from my mistakes. Also, in the last grow i proceded in the same exact way, and managed to achieve almost 100grams of dried product with 160ish Watts. I'm definitely not expecting more from this grow. Anyway, enough with the rambling! Here's a couple pics! Fear not, NL! Bob's watching over you. RH and Temp NL's Structure NL's Canopy Note that the "leaves twisting issue" is gone, or greatly reduced, in newer growth. This must've been caused by PH problems, or something else i clearly have no knowledge of. So i'll go with the PH idea, since it's the only thing i've changed in her feeding schedule. Pics taken right after transplant, the girl looks a bit suffering because of that. I'll work on keeping RH high as 60-70%. Ventilation is good enough to avoid mold/fungi, and the plant might need an extra humidity in the air to thrive. I've also ordered a Co2 bag. Some say they suck, some say they make miracles. Since this is a test and not a serious grow diary, i'll throw the bastard in and test that as well. Overall, Co2 can't do nothing more than help the plant. ---------------------------- I'll see you guys next week, when i'll top her and feed her with some GHSC's Enhancer. Until then, be safe and peace!
  3. Hey'all! The girl's doing alright. It's her 14th day of life, and i can start seeing the 5-finger set of leaves popping into existence. The leaves are still weird looking, one of the 3-finger leaf is actually a 2-finger mutated leaf (one finger never developed), and there appears to be a small color mutation too. Nothing worrying, the plant's doing fine. During the weekend, however, the thermometer fell right on top of it, almost snapping the stem. My heart sank, but luckily i managed to get her back on her "feet", with some cure and dirt. I did, though, manage to get a humidifier, and raise the current RH from 35% to an average of 60%. This helped the seedling out a lot. Today i fed her with 0.75 GPWL (Grams per water liter) BioEnhancer (Green House Seed Company), which will help her roots to further expand before i start feeding her the actual VEG nutrients in about a week. Bag says 0.5-1 GPWL, so i went a mid-way. During the last week, i fed her once with a 5.0 PH water only run. Right now, though, i'm watering at 6.1 PH, 0.1 below the 6.2-6.8 average for nutrient uptake, as BioBizz soils usually tend to be a little alkaline (See my previous grow diary for PH issues). Basically, i'm prepping the soil for the nutrient uptake. Lastly, i've moved down the lights a little, hoping she enjoys the extra 10cm. Anyway, enough with the ramblings, here's a couple pics! The finger that never was, alongside some color mutations. No, it's not pests, i checked and there's no leaf miner in those. It's just a very weird looking seedling. Another color-mutation. The weird looking NL in her "beauty". I'm still debating whether i should transplant her into a bigger pot before flowering, or if i should just keep going with the 1Gallong - 4Liters pot. I understand all the implications of a smaller pot, but also the risks of a bigger one. I'll see how the plant reacts to the Veg nutrients and decide from there onwards. I'll see you in a week for the update. Until then, peace! --------------------------- Post Scriptum 1: I forgot to add humidity-temperature readings. Here you go.
  4. southindian landrace

    That's a nice indian landrace! Definitely a sativa one. I've been in Nepal for 3 months (if you want, check the diary i wrote on this forum) and i've seen a fuckton of those. For some reason, ALL indica plants i've seen grew TALLER than sativa ones, in Nepal! It was a huge surprise. But this is nice. It's a tiny plant that actually managed to flower without a male interference. What was it, 0.6/1 ft tall? Smell/taste are gonna be amazing. Next time try to find a place with a lil more light, and be sure to clean the surrounding ground a little, so the weeds don't come in touch with your plant and you avoid mold issues. Pests, unfortunately, those are gonna be a thing. If you can, buy some ladybugs and bring it near the plant, next time. Ladybugs eat pests.
  5. Heyo! Just a couple hints. I've had my share of dead seeds, and this unfortunately looks like one. It may be able to pop the ground, but not be able to remove the casing by itself. When this happens, try to very carefully remove the casing yourself. I usually try to pull it, and if it's not coming out i'll just throw the seed away. Another hint, when sowing your seed, be sure you're using a media that holds little to no nutrients. In the first stages (Germination, seedling) the plant is trying to establish its roots in the pot. If it encounters a high amount of nutrients, you might stunt it/burn it/kill it. I prevent this by flushing the media under a shower hose, for at least 10-15 minutes. This removes most of the extra not-needed nutrients. Lastly, try not to water too much your germinating plant. Instead, try using a spray, and spray some water on the leaves when it's in its night cycle. If you do it during the day, the water drops on the leaf surface may cause burns. This said... welcome to the Forum!
  6. Welcome to the community! This looks interesting. Gonna grab some popcorn and sit back. Peace!
  7. Heyo o/ Appreciate the hints. I'm gonna try to increase humidity, some way or the other. This light is a piece of shit. It pulls 890umol at 60cm and 320 at 100cm. I figured 60cm would be ok, considering i'm not enriching the tent with Co2. It is also the first time i'm using this cob light, so i'm still trying to figure out how it's doing. Also moved the fan to hit the pot, on your advice. Indeed. I literally like to pull more vegging time on the babies, but this is just an experiment. It's a miracle if the seed popped at all: the bag was exposed to high and low temps for a couple of years, and as a result that's the only seed that popped out of 3. Maybe that's also a reason for its current look. Stressed before germination. The light has to be a way on top of the plant. At its current height, it's pulling approximately 800umol and around 13.000 lumens. If i were to bring it closer, i'd risk burning and heat stress. Not really something i want for a seedling. We'll see how this develops. Today i can clearly see the set of leaves with 3 fingers.
  8. Hey'all! I've finally understood a critical error in my scheduling, and it took me a long time to. For all these years, i've been skipping the Seedling Stage. Or, in better words, i didn't know there was a Seedling Stage and i've always included it in the VEG Stage. This is critical. For this reason, i've decided to extend my "VEG" period by 2 weeks, giving the little seedling time to establish itself and get ready for a more intensive growing situation (nutrients, closer light, more waterings). Strain Date Week Phase Light Height L2 L2 Watts PH Nutes Action Action 2 Northern Lights 30/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A N/A 31/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 01/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 02/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 50ml Water 03/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 04/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 05/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 100ml Water 06/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 07/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 08/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 150ml Water 09/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 10/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 11/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 12/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 3g Boost 200ml Water 13/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 14/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 15/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 16/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 250ml Water 17/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 18/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 19/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 10g VEG 500ml water 20/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 21/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 22/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 500ml water 23/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 24/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 25/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 26/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 6g Boost 750ml water 27/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 28/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 29/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W Lower Defoliage 30/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 750ml water 31/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 01/02/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 02/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 10g FLO 1L water 03/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 04/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 05/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 N/A 1L water 06/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 07/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 08/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 09/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 6G Boost 1L water 10/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 11/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 12/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 13/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 N/A 1L water 14/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W Minor Defoliage 15/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 16/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 N/A 1L water 17/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 18/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 19/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 20/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 N/A 1L water 21/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 22/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 23/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 6G Boost 1L water 24/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 25/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 26/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 N/A 1L water 27/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 28/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 01/03/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 02/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,2 N/A 1L water 03/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 04/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 05/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 06/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,2 N/A 1L water 07/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 08/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 09/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 6G Boost 1L water 10/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 11/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W Major Defoliage 12/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 1L water 13/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 14/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 15/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 16/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 1L water 17/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 18/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 19/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 1.25 L water 20/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 21/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 22/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 23/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 6G Boost 1.5L water 24/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 25/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 26/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 2L water 27/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 28/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 29/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 30/03/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 3L Water 31/03/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 01/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 02/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 4L Water 03/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 04/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 05/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 4L Water 06/04/21 14 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 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- -- - - - -- - - - - Leaving my scheduling mess aside, the seedling is alive and fast responsive to light changes. I've changed my light's height yesterday, 5th of January, from 80cm to 60cm, and in the matter of 2 hours the seedling was "praising" the light. Praise the sun!! Anyway, here's what she looks like. Now, i've had my small share of seedlings in the past years, but i've never encountered such a weird looking one. The first set of leaves are curling already, and the 3-pointed set seems to be doing that as well. But the plant is also in her 7th day of life, so maybe that's a lil early to say anything about it. The look of it, though, makes me think: NL is 80% Indica, 20% Sativa. Could it be possible i got lucky and blessed with the sativa phenotype? Again, it's a little too early to say it, but 2-3 weeks should do the trick and unveil the mistery. Gonna post the next update in a week or so. By then, i'll start feeding her just a lil amount (75% GppL - Grams per pot liter, or 3 grams) of GHSC's Enhancer. Until then... Peace!
  9. Dank looking buds, Ma'am.
  10. Hey'all! It's been a while. A long while. But i'm back at it! Finally! So: I've been long debating with friends (i guess we all do) about whether a plant would survive a 24/0 schedule, hence a 24 hours of light and no time for a nap. We all know where this discussion goes: "YES it's possible! NO it's not! It's not natural! But automatics!!" It's an endless cycle of despair, and nobody has a true, definitive answer to the question. Now, i know many people have done this before, and yes, i'm very aware of my economical expendancies, thank you. All i want to do is see it with my own eyes. Will the plant suffer because of a constant 24 hours schedule? Possibly. I want to see that. And if it doesn't, then it'll be just a big plus for me. Will the plant go hermie on me, because of light stress? Who knows! I'm here to learn. So here i am, drinking a cola, dirtying my hands, gluing soundproof panels to the walls. It took me a while, but hey, look at the results! Soundproofing the whole room took me exactly 145 50x50cm panels, by the cost of 4 euros each, hence a grand total of 580 euros. I've also boxed the extractors. Covered the lower one with panels as i didn't want to do occult ads, hehe. The boxes are inner-covered with soundproof panels as well. Noise inside the room, and Noise outside the room I've also decided to freshen my light rack. I'm using a good old shitty 65W Cob lamp, and in late flowering i'm going to add a couple extrashitty ufos, 9W each, just to add some colors to the white, dead spectrum of the COB. Some blurple can't hurt, amirite? For this run, i chose a Northern Lights (Feminized), and the schedule i'm gonna run on her is gonna be a 24/0 in the 2 first weeks of the VEG phase. If the extra light theory works, then that should definitely save me some time. Why did i choose a NL? Well, it's a pretty easy strain to grow, and responds well to techniques and stress. The whole idea of this grow is to be experimental, not professional. Gonna use a 1Gallon (3.8 Lt) pot for this run. Small, compact, practical. Like a chocolate bar. Strain Date Week Phase Light Height L2 L2 Watts PH Nutes Action Action 2 Northern Lights 30/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A N/A 31/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 01/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 02/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W N/A 50ml Water 03/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 04/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 05/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 12g VEG 100ml Water 06/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 07/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 08/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 100ml Water 09/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 10/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 11/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 12/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 6G Boost 150ml Water 13/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 14/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 15/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 16/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 250ml Water Lower Defoliage 17/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 18/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 19/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,5 12g FLO 500ml water 20/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 21/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 22/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 500ml water 23/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 24/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 25/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 26/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,5 6G Boost 750ml water 27/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 28/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 29/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 30/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 750ml water 31/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 01/02/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 02/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 1L water 03/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 04/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 05/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 1L water 06/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 07/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 08/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 09/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 6G Boost 1L water 10/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 11/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 12/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 13/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 1L water 14/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W Minor Defoliage 15/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 16/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 1L water 17/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 18/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 19/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 20/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 1L water 21/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 22/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 23/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,3 6G Boost 1L water 24/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 25/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 26/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 1L water 27/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 28/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 01/03/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 02/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 1L water 03/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 04/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 05/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 06/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 1.25L water 07/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 08/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 09/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 6G Boost 1.5L water 10/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 11/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W Major Defoliage 12/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 2L water 13/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 14/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 15/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 16/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 3L Water 17/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 18/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 19/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 4L Water 20/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 21/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 22/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 23/03/21 HRV Harvest 0/24 24/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 25/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 26/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 27/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 28/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 29/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 30/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 31/03/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 01/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 02/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 03/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 04/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 05/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 06/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 07/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 08/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 09/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 10/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 11/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 12/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 13/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 14/04/21 TEST So this is it, for now. I'll post the next update in a few days, with the lowered rack and the fantastic Green House Seeds fertilizers are pumped in. Until then.. Peace! Oh, and happy new year!
  11. Yep, i meant Northern Light seeds. Got them from an Expo in Rome, 2018. It was the same Expo i mentioned in a couple topics. I also found the GreenHouse Seeds stand, but unfortunately, there was no @Jose.gh to share a joint with hehehehe. Luckily the seeds have survived those 2 years of storing, all of them popped (and, as usual, i kill the weak off). Chose N.L. for 2 reasons: - It grows (mostly) low and does not expand into a bushy mess - It smells piney, and not too intensely. Living in a northern european zone, that might just blend in with the smells. Unfortunately, because of this lockdown bullshit, i am cut out of my own equipment, so i managed to get my light AND the precious GH fertilizers (the White Rhino ones) back, but not the Cultivation Tent. As soon as the plant makes it through this cycle (experimenting a lil with trimming/LST) i'll make a topic and post a couple pics. Meanwhile... Be safe, peeps o7
  12. Hey peeps, Yup, i indeed returned home, safe and sound. On May 16, to be precise, 2019. I thought i actually issued the last part of the update, but it seems that, as a goodbye gift, nepali connection played me a trick and i never submitted the article. So yeah, nothing much else to say, Nepal is an Amazing country, with lots of potential. In the last days of my permanence there, i found a farmer that taught me how to do Charas, and we had a pretty nice afternoon doing so. The farmers, locally, can produce up to an ounce of hand-rubbed hashish daily. The taste is great… the stone is even better. Pro-tip: don't buzz a joint before heading to the airport. There are (somewhat) drug controls, no dogs, but most importantly: Nepali airport is a living nightmare. It's small but confusing as fuck Anyway, i'm home, and lately i've been testing some N.Ls. seeds, on a 12/12 schedule. If the current plant survives and makes it through the flowering period, i'll post some pics in another topic. Be safe guys. And if you have some cents to spend, haul your asses around the world. Wherever you go, people smoke weed. Wherever there's weed, there's great people. Peace!
  13. Holy shit!!! Fantastic work man.
  14. Hey brother, great damn plants. Apart from the issues you showed, they look amazing and healthy. Keep up the great work. I can't wait to see their flowers :3

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