atanasius

Super Bud x Train Wreck from the south

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Hi everybody, here we go with this diary. 

Germination started october 13. 48 hours later she was ready for the pot . At first in a 1,5 L pot.  She is doing great even with some awfull wheater. This spring has started with lots of rain and very cold temperatures. 

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Nice grow , great development.

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6 hours ago, Bam-Bhole said:

Nice grow , great development.

Many thanks brother, never tried this strain, just hoping for good weather  

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Thanks for sharing your report man, hopw the plant will do you good ;)  I look forward to see her mature!

 

Have a great grow and keep us updated ;) 

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Ok, here we go with an update. She is now in her new 20 L pot and ready to grow. Very healthy, adaptation has been great

 

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Hello mate,


Excelence beginning, to be cultivated in exterior has a very good growth and an excellent color. The good hand of the cultivators, is revealed in the photos;)

Thank you for sharing, I will be very attentive to this plant!

Greetings, Jose

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Hi everybody, here we go again with some pics. She´s doing great.  Its going to be a beast.  I tied her up a little bit, to improve development in secundary branches. Hope yoi like her. Bye

 

 

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atanasius,

Tell us more about the grow, if you would.

Soil mixture

Nutrients and feed schedule

The bright yellow coloring could be due to the cold, especially if the sun couldn't get through the past few days, but she looks super healthy. 

And when the sun does get through, she looks like she will explode with growth.  Looks like a lot of lateral potential as well.

 

Consistent broad-leaves showing in all the SuBu-Treks...

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4 minutes ago, Cannabissapean said:

atanasius,

Tell us more about the grow, if you would.

Soil mixture

Nutrients and feed schedule

The bright yellow coloring could be due to the cold, especially if the sun couldn't get through the past few days, but she looks super healthy. 

And when the sun does get through, she looks like she will explode with growth.  Looks like a lot of lateral potential as well.

Hi yoda, first thanx for the comment. Actually is a very simple mixture of soil, the key component is "resaca de rio" dont really know how its called in english but its basically river mud with lots of organic material. Its great, blended half and half with recycled soil from previous crops, and a litlle of wood ashes, few spoons. Im giving her Phitogro, root stimulant and also prvodes tricodhermas micorrizas and azospirillum. The yellow coloring was a product of the flash of the phone. Some more pics and the composition of phitogro below. She has some lst, not very extreme, but enough to increse lateral grow and stem thickness. Lateral branches will be also tied down, to get further thickness. About the schedule, dont really have one, phitogrow once a month but with heavy rains, every 15 days, mainly i allways trie to read and react.

Thanks for taking an interest, and i apologyse, my english is very rusty  

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Absolutely beautiful, they appear to be in prefect health an excellent job:clapping:

One observation, they look like they are going to flower, however im probabally

wrong. :D

PEACE 

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2 hours ago, dick said:

Absolutely beautiful, they appear to be in prefect health an excellent job:clapping:

One observation, they look like they are going to flower, however im probabally

wrong. :D

PEACE 

Thanks brother, is just the one in the earth color pot, the other one in the white pot is an auto, vesta her strain, maybe thats the one you see flowering, thanks for your kind comment.

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Thanks for the great explanation of soil and feeding.

You have nothing to apologize for; your English is wonderful.

According to an online sunshine calculator(I had simply performed a google search for "sun duration in Argentina" and got some info), Buenos Aires is currently getting about 14,25 hours of sunshine per day, +/- depending on how far north or south you are from B.A. or whether there are mountains, buildings or trees blocking the morning or evening sunlight.   The sunshine duration will continue to increase for the next month or so. 

14 hours is sort-of borderline for photoperiod plants, so dick's observation could be right on the mark.  However, if they had begun to pre-flower, because of the increasing sun-duration, the photoperiod plants will most likely revert back to Vegg and continue to produce green growth into your summer.  After your summer solstice, when the sun's duration decreases again below the 14-hour duration, the plants should certainly start flowers again.  If such longer growth for a larger plant and yield is your wish, then I'll cross my fingers for you.  Of course, if you are located extreme south in Argentina, your flowers could start even earlier, or you might desire to accelerate flowering in order to avoid the cold weather or to meet the deadline of the contest.  (I forget momentarily when the end of this contest/test is scheduled.)

By the way, in that photo above I read NPK 2:14:14.  I assume you know that that ratio is more suited to flowering phase than it is to vegatative phase.  Low N could result in slowed growth or yellowed new-growth, and high PK could contribute to early pre-flowering.  But maybe there is sufficient N in the other components of the soil.

Whatever the case may be, the plants are beautiful.

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8 minutes ago, Cannabissapean said:

Thanks for the great explanation of soil and feeding.

You have nothing to apologize for; your English is wonderful.

According to an online sunshine calculator(I had simply performed a google search for "sun duration in Argentina" and got some info), Buenos Aires is currently getting about 14,25 hours of sunshine per day, +/- depending on how far north or south you are from B.A. or whether there are mountains, buildings or trees blocking the morning or evening sunlight.   The sunshine duration will continue to increase for the next month or so. 

14 hours is sort-of borderline for photoperiod plants, so dick's observation could be right on the mark.  However, if they had begun to pre-flower, because of the increasing sun-duration, the photoperiod plants will most likely revert back to Vegg and continue to produce green growth into your summer.  After your summer solstice, when the sun's duration decreases again below the 14-hour duration, the plants should certainly start flowers again.  If such longer growth for a larger plant and yield is your wish, then I'll cross my fingers for you.  Of course, if you are located extreme south in Argentina, your flowers could start even earlier, or you might desire to accelerate flowering in order to avoid the cold weather or to meet the deadline of the contest.  (I forget momentarily when the end of this contest/test is scheduled.)

By the way, in that photo above I read NPK 2:14:14.  I assume you know that that ratio is more suited to flowering phase than it is to vegatative phase.  Low N could result in slowed growth or yellowed new-growth, and high PK could contribute to early pre-flowering.  But maybe there is sufficient N in the other components of the soil.

Whatever the case may be, the plants are beautiful.

Hi, well everything you said there is pretty much correct, About the npk ratio of phito gro, its true ist better for flowering however it has a great concentration of microrganisms and thats me reason for using it , N is easy enough to get, many home made recipes. Phitogro mix with cane molasses to give the microorganisms the carbo diet they need to prosper once a month and that ensures a great life in the soil and also prevent against fusarium and other fungal nightmares. About the sun light im a little bit north of Buenos Aires but stiil close so your data apllies, and again its correct. Sun light is increasing until the solstice about two minutes a day and after the solstice it decreases at the same ratio, so end of jannuary they start the flowering. About the end of the contest, well i thought about rushing the flowering, have an indoor with 400 w HPS but it pains me, such a beatiful girl, lve to see her full grow. Actually im triying to get a bigger pot for her jajajaja. Dont really know what to do. 

Again many thaks for the interest and this exchange of ideas, im 37 years old and have been growing for many years, however until last year never had the pleasure of growing top  cuality strains like this, a great experience for me and to be able to share it with great growers in this forum its just icing on the cake.  

Leave you some pics of the girl and the full deck

Have some others diaries in a spanish forum, if you are interested and its ok to put the links here, just let me know and i ll post them.

Till next time, again many thanx, i really appreciate the coments

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I respect your experience as a grower.  You obviously have had success before.  Your setup is very attractive.

And yes, there's nothing wrong with providing links to other threads in this forum.  There are some Spanish speaking members who might well enjoy it.  Jose and Dust come to mind.  Although I cannot speak Spanish, I can understand somewhat what is being written, and everyone enjoys the pictures.

The moderators also allow us to provide links to sites in the world wide web for informational purposes or just for fun, as long as we aren't trying to sell or trade anything and as long as it doesn't contain obviously offensive material (porn and crap like that).

It has been my experience here that we can even discuss the strains from other seedbanks, as long as we don't try specifically to promote them.

Really cool forum here.

58, started my first plants back in 1978.  Back then, just bag-seed.  Had to take a twenty-year break from it for a military career, but returned to the fold and then learned that the industry had gotten serious and scientific about strain development and improvements.  So, I returned with a bang, wanting to try all the best strains I could get hold of.  It's been fun...

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Beautiful looking ladies man thanks for the news! They have had a nice boost these last weeks and they should get to a good size with that amoun of soil :)

How is the growth of the strain compared to the other one you have so far? Vigorous enough and good shape? 

 

Have a good grow ;)

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Hi Dust, thanks for the comment. The strain grows great, i tied her up a bit to get thicker trunk and branches. The leafs are huge.  She grow at a nice ratio without boosters. I anticipate its going to be a nice big bush, my only regreat is that i just put one in my deck, but in couple of months im gonig to grow indoors and i will grow at least three more. No doubt its a vigorous strain and the nice people of Green House should be proud. I was thinking of flowering her indoors to meet the contest deadline but also im interested to see how she develops in a full outdoors cycle. Dont know what to do really.

Many thanx for the good vibes Dust.   

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Great grower mate Atanasius, that terrace is amazing. You can see the good hand of the partner. good luck! Really with the knowledge that owns the companion the luck is not necessary here

 

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well, a couple of new pics with our girl tied up again. And the result a few hours later. Some bug has eaten some leafs

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Nice, you are lucky to use free light. cant wait to see how they flowering.

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I thought I had responded earlier to the bugs eating holes in the leaves, but I don't see that post any more.  (maybe it was in another thread)

So, again I will post:  I had had a bad experience with caterpillars once before during flowering, after I had seen such holes in my leaves.  It wasn't fun, so look closely and carefully for those damaging creatures.

Good luck.

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4 hours ago, Cannabissapean said:

I thought I had responded earlier to the bugs eating holes in the leaves, but I don't see that post any more.  (maybe it was in another thread)

So, again I will post:  I had had a bad experience with caterpillars once before during flowering, after I had seen such holes in my leaves.  It wasn't fun, so look closely and carefully for those damaging creatures.

Good luck.

 Hi brother, damm caterpillars, have been spraying with phitonat, organic bugspray and the damage has stopfor the most part, but havent found them so I stay alert. I found her a new pot, 45L so as sonn as Im able to, she will get more to expand. As allways thanks for dropping by and the comment.  

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