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  1. Bob Marley - Kaya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd80dwC7lqk
  2. Northern Lights Blueberry - nice smoke, my own from grow 1, gets better as it ages
  3. First to show leaves are the Greenhouse girls Exodus Cheese and Super Lemon Haze. I got help from another forum, about using dvd cases to fix the curling of the roots. Currently the girls are undercover from the rain but have been misted and watered , since i had them in full sun this morning Super Lemon Haze (auto fem) Exodus Cheese - first to sprout Charlotte's Angel CBD I will not put the other 2 - dont look that great as root didnt straigten so planted then with leaves just above soil example pineapple express
  4. Hello JSM, Yes i used to worry with my girls in the breeze , but i was told its good for trunk development. Sounds like you have some nice days, if its nice enough to be outside the girls would like to be outside also. May would be your last month of spring, Our summers are very warm to hot and humid. The weather service is Australia is talking about a warm autumn and winter again this year, and also drier than normal. April has not started dry. Raining now but the seedlings had some sun this morning. That is a good idea a CFL lamp. If the day is cloudy you can use your light. They sound lovely strains. Royal Queen Seeds does have good information on there website about soil etc. Your frienids have some Cali Strains, i think Girls Scout Cookies is one of their strains. That will be something to look forward to and relax
  5. Greetings friend, yes before of the Australia law. When and If they change it I would love to grow some photoperiods. They autos took the heat of summer well and the tallest Northern Lights blueberry was only 67cm. I dont think they get to too tall. You growing an auto when it was new to the market, also maybe now the breeders have perfected the autos more. I didnt get a huge yiield. I think indoor yield of autos might be more than I got. Each plant 25gram of dry flower, the SourDaddy was only 17 of dry flower.
  6. Hi Tweakdragon, welcome to Strain Hunters forum.
  7. RGS, nice way to store the pots on hangers
  8. Hello JSM, Is the weather finer this time of year in the Netherlands? It usually is more sunny in April but is cloudy and showery, hope it clears up. The girls are looking good, so your lamp is a CFL
  9. hey

    Hello Math, Welcome to Strain Hunters forum.
  10. Thank you JSM. latest update - bit worried about Exodus Cheese and Super Lemon Haze, others have not grown much a tap root (2mm or so), EC and SLH are about 1cm and growing as in the diagram i drew. SLH and EC Update: This week the weather is not best to start is cloudy at times, and possible showers. Around 16 hours in water, Exodus Cheese had cracked her shell, and other seedlings dropped when tapped. Now they are in Paper towels, under my speakers, its allows air flow and is dark when closed - around 21c now around 23 bit late to make up soil now, do it in the morning, i have for the centre of main pot , small 7.5cm x 10cm pots, i will add potting mix and remove small pot then place seedlings in the centre Soil supplies
  11. Thanks mate ! I am onto my next, first week cloudy a bit
  12. hello great way to water your plants. I will have to look up those strains. I have 2 Greenhouse this current grow. True the weather is pretty unpredictable, First week for me cloudy at times, so not the best
  13. Grow 2 - April May June harvest ( Australian mid autumn/ early winter) Days should be 23 -25 range. Evenings 14c , and cooling off. At night the girls will go underneath on their "grasshound buses ( just old free bbqs without the bbq), this time i added some screen to help with the winds and other things. I am excited this time , and a bit nervous as usual with germination. This time a great range of strains 1. Greenhouse Seeds - Super lemon Haze (auto ) 2. Greenhouse Seeds - Exodus Cheese (auto ) 3. Fast Buds - Girl Scout Cookies (auto ) 4. Barney Farms - Pineapple Express (auto) 5. Dutch Passions - Charlottes's Angel (auto) Soil Searles advanced potting mix, same as last time but plant to maybe try a different soil next time. I am not sure but i am concerned if too much fertilizer in it, but it is controlled release. The link is the soil information Searles Potting mix advanced from the website in short 50% more fertiliser* – Contains 12 months fertiliser which delivers essential plant nutrients for sustained healthy plant growth 50% more wetting agent* – Delivers better absorption, retention and distribution of moisture throughout the mix so the entire root system benefits from watering and feeding for up to 12 months Rapid plant response with Searles Flourish® soluble plant food Excellent water and nutrient retention and release from water crystals Boosted with Potash – For better blooms, fruit and disease resistance Advanced formulation potting media – For outstanding indoor and outdoor results Performance maximising ingredients – Zeolite, Rock Minerals, Activated Carbon and Biostimulants Perlite for better drainage. Pots all have extra holes drilled at the bottom also. I am thinking since cooler time of year more perlite, as during summer the girls would take up more water i would expect in the heat. Seed Raising mix to put in center of final pots ( 2 hand scoop in centre of mix) Containers 14L for the black, 20L for the tera coloured ones, and white paint bucket For autos is 14L good? Transportation to moved girls underneath at night Germination - April 8th - Monday Get the seeds from the fridge, sit out a little at room temperature and put in separate glasses (labelled) then paper in opened plastic bags in a dark spot to sprout. Once they sprout directly into the main pot with a little seed raising mix in the center.
  14. hola amigo The plants look nice and busy for young seedlings. Good luck
  15. the plants are looking bueno RGS and healhty. Best luck

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