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  1. Welcome world & hoe gaat het Strain Hunters! Genetics: Green House Seeds Bubba Kush (Bubblegum x Kush) Mostly Indica Breeder suggests 9wk flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. ¼” taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. Grandaddy Purple Seeds Bay 11 (Appalachia X OG Kush) Appalachia is Green Crack x Tres DawG. Tres DawG is Chem Dawg d x Double Dawg. Mostly Sativa Breeder Suggests 10wks flower Germinated in 48hrs. ¼” taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. [*] DNA Genetics La Chocolat (LA Confidential x Chocolope) LA Confidential is O.G. LA Affie x Afghani. Chocolope is O.G. Chocolate Thai x Cannalope Haze 60/40 Indica:Sativa Breeder suggests 8-9wks flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. ¼” taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. [*] Emerald Triangle Seeds Blueberry Headband (Blueberry 76 x OG Kush Emerald OG x Cali Sour D} x Bubba Kush pre98) 50/50 Indica:Sativa Breeder suggests 9wks flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. ¼” taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. [*] TGA Subcool Seeds Ace Of Spades (Black Cherry Soda x Jack The Ripper ).Black Cherry Soda is an Unknown Strain.. Jack The Ripper is Jacks Cleaner x Space Queen. Jacks Cleaner is {Pluton x Lambsbread x Purple Haze x Northern Lights} x Jack Herer}. Space Queen is Romulan x C-99 70/30 Indica:Sativa Breeder suggests 8wks flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. ¼” taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. [*] Grandaddy Purple Seeds Original Grandaddy Purple((Purple Haze hybrid) 100p Indica 8-14wks flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. Funky looking taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. [*] Barneys Farm G13 Haze((G13 x Hawaii)) Mostly Sativa Breeder suggests 10-14wks flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. Barely cracked w/ taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. sprout died in the soil initially. I dug up and reburied and it sprouted! [*] T.H.Seeds Darkstar((Mostly Indica x {Purple Kush x Indica Mazar I-Sharif}) Mostly Indica Breeder suggest 10wks flower(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. Barely cracked w/ taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. [*] Humboldt Seed Organization Chemdawg (OG Kush x Sour Diesel) Mostly Sativa 8-14wks flower??(Breeder Info) Germinated in 48hrs. Barely cracked w/ taproot showing when planted. Wet paper towel method. _________________________________________________________________________________ Lighting(as of now): (Veg) 380w 4’ Solar Flare T5VHO Lamp Roughly 5/6 week veg. [*](Flower) 600w Sun System HPS lamp(enclosed & cooled) 3x3 plant setup for flower _________________________________________________________________________________ Air Quality(as of now): A pair of 80mm and (4)120mm case fans A 6” 450cfm inline fan A pair of osciillating fans A 6” Orginal Can carbon filter 1 Exhale CO2 bag for my tent. I used one of these last run and was satisfied enough to buy another. _________________________________________________________________________________ Growing Medium My 100% Organic Soil Mix Each 15 gallon batch of reclaimed, recycled, Fox Farms Ocean Forest Base soil I reconditioned w/ 3 Gallons(48 cups) Pete’s Mushroom Compost(humus) 3 Gallons(48 cups) Nutri-Fibre Compost(humus) 2 Gallons(32 cups) General Hydroponics Ancient Forest Compost(humus) 2 ½ Gallons(40 cups) Red Wiggler castings(humus) 3+ Gallon( roughly 53 cups) Perlite(inert aeration amendment) 1 cup Hi-Cal Lime(mineral amendment) 4 cup Diatomaceous Earth(late addition*mineral amendment) 1 cup Alfalfa Meal(late addition*nutritional amendment) 1 cup Fox Farms Ocean Forest Seafood Blend 10-7-7(late addition*all purpose amendment) 1 cup Algamin Kelp Meal 1-0-2(nutritional mineral amendment) ½ cup Indonesian Hi-P Bat Guano .5-12-.2(nutritional mineral amendment) ½ cup Espoma Tomato Tone 3-4-6(all purpose nutritional amendment) ½ cup Azomite(mineral amendment) 1 cup Espoma Greensand 0-0-0.1(mineral amendment) 4 cup Glacial Rock Dust(mineral amendment) 17 tsp Rooters Mycorrhizae spores. The soil mix that I used for those 3 plants originally was: -1.5 cubic feet(roughly 11 Gallons) Fox Farm Ocean Forest -2 Gallons(roughly 30 cups) perlite -3 tbsp Hi-Cal lime -1 ½ Gallon(24 cups) Wiggle Worm Earth Worm Castings - ¾ cup Espoma Tomato Tone 3-4-6 -1 ½ cups Algamin Kelp Meal 1-0-2 - ¾ cup Espoma Greensand 0-0-0.1 -7.5 cups Glacial Rock Dust _________________________________________________________________________________ 1st week above soil 24/0. I mist the soil whenever it looks like it’s dried out at the surface. No regular waterings the 1st week. Only misting! The soil is moistened thru prior to sewing my germinated seeds But nothing interesting really happens this week.. Just scrawny seedlings trying to get their bearings! 2nd week above soil 18/6.Thoroughly water the seedlings and allow adequate runoff to ensure that soil is wet all the way thru. This week things are getting a little more interesting as you notice that your plants have really grown since just a couple week ago when they broke soil! I’m sure that I can transplant them at this point, but I’ve chosen to go against an early transplant, to allow to core of the root mass to really develop in the solo. For drainage and added oxygenation i’ve devised a 3 solo cup scheme. The bottom solo is untouched and the middle solo is cut the same as the one that the seedling sits in. I prune the roots the root growing out of the draining spaces as well, so that they don’t start circling the cups. 3rd week above soil 20/4. @ 21 days above the soil roughly, I’ll be looking to transplant from 20oz solo cups to 1gal grow bags and should be ready to top/train the plants! Last run, my most vigourous growing plant ending up being the one I kept in the solo cups the longest @ around 30 days. So I’m hoping to build off of that with a transplant a little sooner than that. The plan initally was to finish that plant in the solo just to see what I could yield, but it started showing signs of being rootbound, so I transplanted it into a 1gal bag, and then a #3 smartpot shortly after that, and that plant ended up being the top producer and most vigorous grower of the batch. Once I get them in the grow bags, I’ll proceed with the thread! _____________________________________________________________ But as far as my growing style goes, I’m an organic small container farmer. Start in 20oz solos, veg in 1gal bags, flower in 3 gal smart posts under 600w HPS. 3-4month start to finish. I’ve recycled and reamended the soil from the last group of plants I’ve harvested, so we’ll see how that goes! I’ve also just started my own compost bin with red wiggler worms, so here within a few month I’ll be able to harvest some RICH vermicompost! And my soil mix is one that’s designed to go from start to finish with water only, but I use ACTs regularly as I’ve seen tremendous results from their use. Here are a few recipes recipes that I use and a few links to everything compost tea & organic gardening that I found useful: Microbe Organics Compost Tea Recipes For Nutrient Dense And Biologically Rich Teas The Dirt Doctor via The Texas Organic Research Center(organic resource site) _________________________________________________________________________________ Aerated Compost Tea Recipes *30-48hr for nutrient cycling brew Long Brew Balanced ACT: Kelp Meal @0.25% = Almost 2tsp per gallon *Brew for longer than 24hrs with kelp, as kelp delay bacteria multiplication initially sometimes Fish Hydrolysate @0.063% = Almost ½tsp per gallon Hi-P Bat Guano @0.063% = Almost ½tsp per gallon Compost/Vermicompost/EWC @2.38%(max) = A bit over ⅓cup per gallon. Molasses(Blackstrap or Unsulphured)@0.25% = Almost 2tsp per gallon *When using more than just these amendments^^^, it’s fine to adjust the amount to avoid overkill Alfalfa Meal @0.25% = Almost 2tsp per gallon *Good fungal food and good for the long brew which is nutrient cycling _________________________________________________________________________________ Short Brew Balanced ACT: *18-24hr brew for “bennie” brew Fish Hydrolysate @0.063% = Almost ½tsp per gallon Hi-P Bat Guano @0.063% = Almost ½tsp per gallon Compost/Vermicompost/EWC @2.38%(max) = A bit over ⅓cup per gallon. Molasses(Blackstrap or Unsulphured)@0.125% = Almost 1tsp per gallon *When using more than just these amendments^^^, it’s fine to adjust the amount to avoid overkill Alfalfa Meal @0.25% = Almost 2tsp per gallon *Good fungal food and good for the long brew which is nutrient cycling ___________________________________________________________________________________ Worm Tea(Veg ACT) *24hr brew *Also good for foliar spraying Worm Castings @2.38%(max) = A bit over ⅓cup per gallon. Molasses(Blackstrap or Unsulphured)@0.125% = Almost 1tsp per gallon Fish Hydrolysate @0.063% = Almost ½tsp per gallon ____________________________________________________________________________ Fungal Dominant(Flower ACT) *18hr brew *Ok to use after 10hrs for fungal dominant brew Kelp Meal @0.25% = Almost 2tsp per gallon *Brew for longer than 24hrs with kelp, as kelp delay bacteria multiplication initially sometimes. Don’t use more kelp. Use less if using soluble kelp Fish Hydrolysate @0.19% = A little over 1tbsp per gallon *Ok to try slightly higher amounts Hi-P Bat Guano @0.063% = Almost ½tsp per gallon Compost/Vermicompost @2.38%(max) = A bit over ⅓cup per gallon. Molasses(Blackstrap or Unsulphured) @ 0.5% = A bit over 1tbsp per gallon *When using more than just these amendments^, it’s fine to adjust the amount to avoid overkill *Notes *Fungal compost: Powder oatmeal 1:20 with compost, kept damp and covered for 8-10days *Fungal compost: Use ¼cup per gallon of fish hydroysate to dampen compost with, then cover for 5 days __________________________________________________________________________________________ And here are some Botanical & "other" Recipes: Aloe Vera Foliar Spray = 1/4cup of fresh aloe fillet per gallon of water. *use immediately after making solution Organic Cal/Mg Foliar Spary = 1tbsp(or 1-3tsp) epsom salt per gallon of water * http://www.cannabis....annabis-garden/ *dissolve epsom salt in hot water prior to. Diatomaceous Earth Foliar Spray = 2cups diatomaceous earth per gallon of water. *sort of like a protekt effect and also an organic insecticide Coconut Water Foliar Spray = 1cup of pure 100% coconut water per gallon of water. Aspirin Water Foliar Spray = 3x81mg tablets water per gallon of water. *triggers plant SAR defense mechanisms! Mildew Prevention Foliar Spray = 2.5cups milk per gallon of water. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ But there you have my tactics in a bottle! If you have any suggestions feel free to offer your input as I’ve still got quite a bit to learn. But if you have any questions, feel free to ask, as I’ve learned quite a bit to this point and may be able to help you out! Cheers to master gardening!
  2. Bought this feminized Ayahuasca Purple seed from Barney's Farms from GYO Seedbank and it grows three leaves per node . Has anyone ever seen a cannabis plant that grows like this ? Popped her April 15th . I will update once a month . Praying for a nice harvest . Grown in 7 gallon fabric pot with 20% Fox farms Ocean Forrest Soil , 20%BusBlendCompost, 20%WormCastings , and 40% perlite , and 1/3 cup of dolamite lime to control PH. I feed her using 5-1-1 fish emulsion and 3 drops of Superthrive per gallon of water for veg , and foliar spraying neem oil , and fresh aloe vera , and giving it Compost tea made with compost and molasses brewed for 18-20 hours until bubbly and frothy . Also give it coconut water mixed 1/4 strength with water once every two weeks when watering . Top dress with Down To Earth Bio-Live 5-4-4 as well as Bio-Live 3-16-0 and once she starts flowering I will top dress Bio-Live Langbeinite 0-0-22 along with Alaska Morebloom 0-10-10 with Arcadian Sea Kelp which I also use as a foliar spray and root drench during her whole life cycle . I never over water , better to underwater until it gets to be middle of summer when I will water sometimes once every two days . But when they are young I water once every 4 days until I put them in their final 7-10-20 gallon pots , at that point I water once every 5-7 days . They love you when you water them fully , but also wait until they are really thrirsty. I have another 10 plants to show you as well that I am experimenting with monster cropping , low stress training , and bending . Happy Growing 🙏🌞💦🌱🌳
  3. If a patient or collective of patients wanted to know for sure if they are being provided with medicine that was grown using purely organic methods, How could a laboratory assist them with that concern and what would a laboratory test for? Thanks for any help with this.
  4. Hello Hunters! Let's go to grow some genetics from Spannabis 2018. Here are the 3 "haze cross" strains I selected for this grow! 1) Franco Lemon Cheese : "Exodus Cheese X Super Lemon Haze" (Green House seeds) 2) Toxic : "Criminal+ X Ripper Haze" (Ripper seeds) 3) Ripper Haze : "Amnesia Haze X Amnesia Haze" (Ripper Seeds) WEEK 1 of Flowering ( 6-7 weeks of veg) GROUP SHOT See you for the next update hunters! Peace
  5. Hi everyone, I have been into gardening since I was 6 or 7, but now my garden have something new... I'm working with cannabis for 2 years. Started as a joke, just wanted to try some weed, but after spending whole spring, summer and fall in the garden I found that it's not just a weed. Accepting only organic way of growing. In my opinion, cannabis is that same as food. You are what you eat and also smoke Now when I know more and fell more, I would like to share my this year work with others. I'm also looking for some career opportunities(If someone have some advice, it would be nice if you can help). In EU and in a place where I live it is a bit hard to stay safe because of laws. Still looking for this year seeds and strains. Plan is to explore cannabis industry in NL in February and start season in April. Of course, I will upload pictures and info how it goes. Bear
  6. Back once again ?? Lets see what comes from these thoroughbred genetics. BW
  7. Hi guys, how are you? I bought a new growbox (60x40x60cm) to speed up my crops. I put inside a 125w cfl lamp (white veg) and 6 seeds: 2 ZOMBIE KUSH (RS), 2 BUBBA KUSH (GHS and HSO), 1 CHOCOLATE MINT OG (HSO) and 1CRITICAL KUSH (RQS). Now I'm in the 4th week of veg and I've almost finished my last last 3 plants (LEMON OG - Moxie, KOSHER KUSH - Reserva Privada, SUPER LEMON HAZE - GreenHouse Seeds) in the flower growbox (1,2x1,2m). I'd like to take some clones from the new strains and I don't know exactly when is the best moment to do that. Before the switch? After the switch and reveg the clone? I have also to calculate the time the plant uses for root and the days to reach the top of the box (60cm). I thought I can take some clones in the second week of flower and reveg them. (about 15 days to root, 20 days of reveg and then bring again in the flower box).. I appreciate every suggestion!
  8. hELLO ALL!!! Peace and Good Tidings from Southern California, all organic grow currently under way. All legit as a patient under California's Prop. 215, can't wait for full recreational use. VOTE ON THE 8TH, LET US TRULY EXPERIENCE LIBERTY!!!
  9. Hello to the great GH community! I will make this quick and to the point for you. Been around this industry now for roughly 26 years. Have tried many many applications with varied results. Desert Grows using Palm Leaves as shading and bones, scorpions and local cactus for nutrient teas with sand medium to Indoor fully controlled environments. I dig them all! I currently have an unknown landrace Sativa that i discovered up in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Sonora / Sinaloa Mexico. I have been growing her for almost 3 years now with 20 grows. This is my 21st session with her at the moment which started with organic soil from Guadalajara Mexico and transitioned into an indoor Ebb n' Flo controlled environment with major training. FIM, Topped, Scrog, Super crop, de-scrog, tied and under canopy lighting. Will post more on a journal for all to enjoy, critique, comment or just learn from. I also have an account on GrassCity Forums (MultiTech) should anyone feel the urge to read up on my outing there as well. I am very excited to be a part of this great community and will be looking forward to others, nubez to tradesman, grows, techniques, questions and commentary. Saludos a Todos! -MultiTech
  10. Well, after an unexpected hiatus I'm back and growing again! During my downtime, I've read more on organic and biodynamic gardening and gone much farther down the rabbit hole. My soil mix hasn't changed nor has my compost tea recipe. I have however, stumbled across a new area of study, biodynamic gardening. Most of you are probably more familiar with the term gardening by the moon. Biodynamic gardening takes this a step further by accounting for the not only the lunar phase, but also the lunar sign. Yea, yea I know...that's some real hippy shit right there. But before you blow it off, just know that it's not about mysticism or how to plant, but about when to plant. It's like a scheduling guideline. I'm still a relative newbie in my understanding, but the basic premise is that the gravitational pull of the Moon exerts a measurable force (a.k.a. gravity) on water on Earth and to a lesser degree so do the planets. The Moon's pull increases and decreases as it passes through the four phases (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarter) and as it passes through each phase it also spends approximately 2.5 days in each sign. You beginning to get the scheduling idea yet? Anyway, each sign of the zodiac is associated with a given element (fire, earth, water, air) and each element is better for certain types of garden activities. For example, Cancer is water sign and is the most fertile of all the signs. During 1st or 2nd quarter (waxing / increasing) when the Moon is in Cancer is said to be the best time to sow seeds or transplant plants that produce their fruits or vegetables above ground. While cultivating, pulling weeds, applying organic fertilizers, planting root crops, etc is said to be best done during the 3rd or 4th quarter (waning / decreasing) when the Moon is in a dry or barren sign like Taurus. Anyway, enough of that hippy shit and on to the good stuff... Strains Wild Thailand​Strain: Pure SativaTHC: 22.3%Genetics: LandraceSeed Type: FeminizedLineage: Pure race obtained from Ko Chang (Thailand)Breeder: World of SeedsSeed Bank: CastleHawaiian SnowStrain: SativaTHC: 23.0%Genetics: LandraceSeed Type: FemenizedLineage: Hawaiian, LaosBreeder: Green House SeedsSeed Bank: CastleYummyStrain: Sativa DominantTHC: 5.0%CBD: 5.0%Gentics: HybridSeed Type: FemenizedLineage: Originally Yummy was a cross of a very special Yumbolt strain selected in 2003, with the G13 Haze maleBreeder: CBD CrewSeed Bank: CastlePanamaStrain: SativaTHC: UntestedGenetics: Hybrid Sativa x SativaSeed Type: FemenizedLineage: Panama '74, Green Panama and Colombian "Punto Rojo".Breeder: CannaBioGenSeed Bank: CastleGrowing Environment I germinated all the seeds in my soil mix in peat seed starting containers in a domed tray under T5 florescent lights. After approximately 12 days of growth, I transplanted them to 3" containers and left them under the T5's on a 16:8 light cycle for another 10 - 12 days. At which time I moved them to my grow tent (7'x7'x7') under a 1000W Hortilux Metal Halide light and am keeping them on a 16:8 light cycle. In the tent I have a 6" cooling fan for the light hood and an 8,000 BTU A/C unit set to 78*F. Journal Updates [04-May-2014] Pre-soaked for 24hrs [06-May-2014] Hawaiian Snow, Wild Thailand, and Panama germinated! [10-May-2014] Seedlings [11-May-2014] Panama germinated! [21-May-2014] Seedlings, seedlings, seedlings!! Wild Thailand Hawaiian Snow Yummy Panama
  11. SUPER SOIL U.K. available ingredients 50L Plant magic soil (sphagnum peat, Fytocell foam and Organic Growth Stimulant) 6L Bioblizz coco mix (Composted coco fiber ) 6L Organic worm castings ( NPK + micro in low amounts ) 2L Perlite (Drainage) 300g (Westland )bone meal (NPK 3.5/7.05/0 ) 300g (Vitax) Blood meal (NPK 13/0/0 ) 300g ( ivisions )seaweed,Kelp meal (Small NPK + 70 vitamins and minerals, plant hormones and biochemical compounds.. ) 300g Plagron Bloom bat guano (NPK 3-15-4 + micro ) 170g (Dehner ) Phosphate potash (NPK 0/10/15 +5MG +12Su )rock phosphate, unknown potash source ? stimulates microbe life & improves soil structure 140g (Vitax) Calcified sea weed (Small amounts of NPK. 46% calcium oxide, 5% magnesium oxide; sulphur, copper, iodine and cobalt and some twenty trace elements & raises ph of acidic soils ) 500g of (Kernow Black )Biochar Kernow Black feeds this biochar with nutrients and micro-organism cultures Lacto Bacilus from rice water,Molasses bacteria ,Calcified shells bacteria ,Seaweed Small pinch (Vitax) Epson salt magnesium, sulfur and oxygen, (MgSO) 1 cup (ivisions) Volcanic rock dust (Micro nutrients ,Microbe food ) 5g Lignohumate Humic acid 46%,Fulvic acids 50%, Micro-elements 1%, Sulphur 3% Grate White (15 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 11 different species of beneficial bacteria and 2 species of trichoderma) Extra microbe food ( 2 cups Organic oaks 1/2 L of cooked rice , molasses ) Real Coconut and coconut water (Small NPK + Micro , Plant hormones ,cytokinins, )
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  13. Hi Everybody, I'm doing my annual grow outdoors organically here in the UK, and now I am a member of this forum I can share some of the stages with you up to date. I found this seed in the top of an old grinder that I found in the cupboard, so I really didn't have a clue what kind of genetics it was, but I'm sure I would have kept it in there if it was a really nice smoke, when i get them I usually chuck them. I germinated the seed back in July just to give it a shot and see how it went as i hadn't purchased any seeds like I usually do. So i potted the seed into some nice soil, and a few days later it emerged out the top, with the seed case still intact around it which I thought was a bit odd. It started to sprout up nicely and was looking healthy. After a good few weeks it began to look rather Sativa like, and about two months later started to shoot white pistils so it was good news. And now it has really started to flower up with some nice white clumps of pistils and the leaves are starting to turn very frosty. Its got purple lines on the lower half of the plant so maybe it will have some nice purple nuggets forming. I'm rather excited to see what this one turns out like! I'm suprised, it looks like a hot climate plant and the UK certainly isn't the best for that. I hope that it will finish flowering at the end of October/Start of November, so my fingers are crossed for the next few weeks. Sorry some of the pictures are in Thumbnail form, don't know what went on there. I'll ad some more pictures up over the course of the next few weeks.

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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