atanasius

Super Bud x Train Wreck from the south

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Hi Nordic,  glad you like her,  its a great strain and with little work grows great.  Those guys at GH really know their craft. Thanks for taking the time to visit and comment 

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A quick look in the night. Yellow colloring is caused by the flash of the phones camera. 

 

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Really beautiful, there is no doubt that you have good hand cultivating :)

The mixture of the substrate also seems interesting, I even have a river creca from home .... and maybe a little experiment, with mud.

Thanks for sharing and for the info, everything looks fantastic in your garden :)


Regards!

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Lovely looking plants by now man congratz like Jose said you have a good hand ;)

 

and they are gonna give you some nice bud sites everywhere looking at how it is building nicely :)

When do they start flowering usually in your area outdoor? 

 

Have a good grow man keep us updated,

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2 hours ago, Dust said:

Lovely looking plants by now man congratz like Jose said you have a good hand ;)

 

and they are gonna give you some nice bud sites everywhere looking at how it is building nicely :)

When do they start flowering usually in your area outdoor? 

 

Have a good grow man keep us updated,

HI Dust, well flowering starts in five or six weeks, last week of january ussually, she is going great but needs a bigger pot. Hopefully next week she will get a pot of maybe 20 more litres and she will grow into a nice looking bush. Growth has slow donw a bit now, but with a new pot ist going to pick up again. Glad you like it , its a  great strain, robust and easy to grow, in just 8 weeks and without much work has develop great. 

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Nice in five week for sure she still have sometime to grow in  a nice plant!  And yeah a bigger pot she will not complain for the flowering ;)

 

Thanks for the infos man have a good grow 

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Some pics from chrismas eve morning, shes screaming for a new pot, been very busy but sonn she will get it

 

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Wow, these plants come great, incredible growth is having. Keep that greenthumb !!!!

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beautiful green and still that nice structure, for sure she will explode in flowering ^^

 

Thanks for the news man!!

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Vigorous plants with a nice green color.
Have a good structure highly branched..

we'll see their fine work in a few time.

 

Have good happy growth.

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Well im bacj after a long silence. Things have been really tight moneywise and seh has suffer for it, my country is going to hell our president is a dumbass. No new pot and she has payed the price, but i got a hold of a few packages of greenhouse powder feeding and it has helped. Some pics

 

 

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Sorry to read about the hard condition in your place! Hope the country will make it! The plants are still looking very good even if they didnt get bigger pot. And for sure the PF is perfect in those conditions, as long as you give them food even if the pots get full of roots they will still eat the food quickly with PF ;)

 

 

Best of luck for the rest of flow!

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1 hour ago, Dust said:

Sorry to read about the hard condition in your place! Hope the country will make it! The plants are still looking very good even if they didnt get bigger pot. And for sure the PF is perfect in those conditions, as long as you give them food even if the pots get full of roots they will still eat the food quickly with PF ;)

 

 

Best of luck for the rest of flow!

 

 

 Many thanks for the comment, love this fedding powder, im using it for the others strains too and they have respond great, first time i use it and its really something. More pics soon, thanks again Dust   

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It's amazing how you see the change with GH fertilizer, BTW looks great and they recovered a lot of green

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Hi Atanasius, 

 

I regret the situation of your country, luck and encouragement! About the plants, The improvement and evolution of the plant is appreciated :)
I hope everything continues to work well, now begins the party of the buds!

 

Cheers! 

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Atanasius,

The dumpass president, would that happen to be DJT?

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4 hours ago, Cannabissapean said:

Atanasius,

The dumpass president, would that happen to be DJT?

  actually is worse, is like GW Bush, ignorant unsensitive , but also works on benefit of big bussines trasnational companies and foreign interests, he literally apologysed to the king of spain for the the revolution that alowe us to be an independent country, dangerous clown this guy, hopefully he will be out of the job soon. 

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Well she has improved, the results of the greenhouse powder feeding are really showing. Weather has been hot as hell but she´s doing great. Some pics at night

 

 

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On 28-11-2016 at 10:16 PM, Cannabissapean said:

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...

Question, which off those strains do you prefer by the way ..and which one was dissapointing.

Althought i love to smoke it daily i even more enjoy watching the ladies grow and develop , so im curious to hear which strains, and which not.

 

ganja xl

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On 22.2.2017 at 0:21 AM, Ganja XL said:

Question, which off those strains do you prefer by the way ..and which one was dissapointing.

Althought i love to smoke it daily i even more enjoy watching the ladies grow and develop , so im curious to hear which strains, and which not.

 

ganja xl

Prefer hybrids with higher percentage of sativa, because I enjoy the uplifting effect of sativas.  Unfortunately, I don't have the facilities to grow tall Sativas, nor can I grow sativas outdoors, so in that respect, I am out of luck.

I do enjoy Indicas for their calming or sleep effects.

Enjoyed especially to various degrees, the following:  White Widow,  Northern Lights, Jack Herer, Sour Diesel, (back in the day - Thai Stick, Acupulco Gold,, Panama Red).  There are many more, just can't remember at the current time.

Did not enjoy so much a Cheese Auto that I recently grew.  In my opinion, the lifespan wasn't long enough for the flowers to mature fully, and that also caught me off-guard regarding the stopping of nutrients early enough and giving the plant its flush early enough to allow the plant to live longe enough through the flushed days.  I still don't have myself dialed-in on growing Autos;  I still prefer the photoperiod plants.

 

In the future, I will be trying out some Super Lemon Haze, Lemon Skunk, White Rhino, and various Sativas and Hybrids found in GreenHouse Variety Packs.

 

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