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Hello Green House Seed Co. Community! I am MultiTech and I hope to meet many new, experienced and tradesman in my stay here! Saludos a todos!

  I thought I would post a quick few snaps of my grow this time round. It is not Green House Seed Genetics But I am currently waiting to receive Kalashnikova, Afgooey, FlowerBomb, Pure Kush, Kings Kush and Lemon Skunk! I will keep everyone up to date with these new genetics that I will be getting, most certainly and hope you are able to get a good idea as to different techniques that I use in order to get the results I am looking for for that particular grow.  Even if you just smile, than I did what I aim to do, keep things simple while bringing in more curiosity and higher education, both on your end and mine as well.   I will be unavailable after this current grow which current is on week 6 *day 46 and has 5 weeks, 31-47 days left to go, roughly. I hope you enjoy her journey as much as I do.  Saludos!
 
   I have been growing this strain now for 3 years (sativa) and found her while hiking along through the Sierra Madres in Mexico for a couple years (not in field but 7 solo plants seeding and dying at the peak of the Sonoran Mnts. Local natives do not recognize the strain). I have grown her indoor, outdoor, greenhouse, organic, hydro (aeroponics, ebb n' flow, DWC and NFT.)
 
This round she germinated between two paper towels moistened with tap water (ppm 106; Ph 6.0). Started outdoors in low fert soil from Guadalajara and watered with RO water Ph 6.0. 
 
  Grew for 18 days. FIM after second set of true leaves, three stream, loli-popped, LST, HST, Scrog, DeScrog. Basically super cropped her for those familiar with the term. After 18 days of growth, rinsed roots and transferred indoor to hydro ebb n' flow system. Volcanic Rock as medium, General Hydroponics Flora Series with koolbloom, Floralicious, rapid start and FloraBlend additives. RH - 75% for grow down to 55% for flowering) I normally mix my own nutrients with my recipe but had to keep in my small budget this round. ;)
 
  Scrogged 3rd day after transition to hydro. Started with 4 32w 6500k t8 fluorescent (128w approx 10,000 lumen) until shock relaxed. Added 8 32w 2700k CFLs for a total of 384w and roughly 29,000 lumen. Changed to 400w HPS lamp for flower with 4 32w 6500k fluorescents posted under canopy for full penetration of canopy (58000 lumen roughly) scrog is 1m X 3/4 meters. Have mini-split air conditioning set to 24c, one fan for air circulation above canopy with a/c. Nute temp maintained at 24c with Ph 5.5 - 5.8.
 
  In the three years and 20 grows with this gal, I have not had her hermi up on me even once. She takes whatever you throw at her and always asks for more! She is a pleaser! 
 
  Here are her photos this round. I only posted the basics so please let me know any questions, curiosities or just commentary. My reflectors I have out of most photos aside from two.
 
  She is just starting week 6 of flower out of 10 weeks to 11 depending on the type of flower maturity that I look for. Also I add the lighting under the canopy after removing the scrog at start of week 5. (I only use scrog to train during stretching into week 4 then remove. (Thicker gage String is easy to assemble and slide out without stressing the plant.) will update next week. 

Live...Love...Learn...

Saludos!
 
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I fast her for 15 hours in the start of week 6 and then deliver PPM 1100 , EC 2.2 Hanna( *.5)  nutrient solution with RO.  She kicks into overdrive afterwards.
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I will update on day week 7 day 49.  I hope you enjoy my techniques and that you may try something out in the future.  I am looking forward to your comments.
 
Saludos!
To Be Here....Or To Be There....Is All The Same....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello, Hello!  

 

  Figured I would post a couple more photos for ya that I just snapped at lights out.  I hope you all enjoy ice cream cones... nummy nummy!  8-)

You can really start to see the formation taking shape now.  These are a couple shots so you can get an idea of the top of canopy and under canopy lighting effects.

The outer main colas are measuring in at just under 40cm and the inner secondary colas are in at 15-23cm at the moment.  just under 5 more weeks to go!

Saludos!

 

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Here are a few quick snap shots after a little pruning as she starts working her way into week 8 of flower.  I hope you like them.. Saludos!

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Hello!

 

  Here is a a quick update of this chick.

Beginning week 10

Ph 6.1

2 400w HPS + 4 32w t8 Fluorescent bulbs 6500k (101,000Lm +/-)

PPM 13oo

Ambient Temp 25c day / 22c night

RH 55%

Next week flush.

*you can see the transition I do from week 8 to week 9 in these photos.  During the start of week 9, I snip the support strings and allow her to fa out and extend her arms.  This allows full light penetration for the lower part of the colas.  When I harvest, I snip the tops then the lower cola a week or so later, at times 2 weeks later. 

 

Hope you enjoy.  Saludos.

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I will be trying to get some better, more clear shots for everyone later today and update you with those as well.  

Shaka!

 

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Here we are, 12-16 days out from the first snipping.  I hope you enjoy the photos.  Her flowers are rock solid.  I got in as close as I could with my camera.  All I have access to at the moment is my phone camera but you can still get an idea.  The terpenes photos are from a small nugget I snipped away so I could get away from the HPS lighting.  I smashed a few heads with my fingers I am sure but you can still get an okay idea.  

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Looking forward to your questions, comments or critiques.  

 

Saludos!

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Thanks for sharing your technique with us man, nice structure you have built around your grow, maybe a little bit too much ropes for me it will start to get messy if you have multiple plants like this but it for sure does the job properly, And more than the technique i like the look of your plants, looks pretty familiar but i cant put the name on it yet, would need to smell it maybe to unlock it ^^ but for sure it is nice to have a strain of your own that nobody has!

 

Have a good end of grow and smoke

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Impressive ! Lots of ICE on the buds. Sure will give you a lot of great weed to smoke . You know how to properly multi tech, Me I am to lazy for that, just let it grow but choose good genetics..lol

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On 1.8.2016 at 11:48 PM, MultiTech said:

I fast her for 15 hours in the start of week 6 and then deliver PPM 1100 , EC 2.2 Hanna( *.5)  nutrient solution with RO.  She kicks into overdrive afterwards.

AFTERWARDS!!!!  I thought she was already in overdrive...

But yeah yeah yeah, she DID kick into overdrive.

I would definitely like to have a few of those Sierra Madres/Sonora Mountain Sativa seeds.

Happy to see another grower has discovered the benefit of using volcanic rock as the substrate.

Excellent presentation.

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