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Dutch Treat and Purple Widow grow

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Time for new indoor grow! Just picked up some clones in Seattle 2 Dutch Treat, 2 Purple Widow. They will be grown in 8 square foot tent under 2 LED lights, 1000 watt plus another 600 watt LED full spectrum, 1,600 total watts. I grow in soil and use sensi-grow fertilizer as well as live microbes in the substrate.

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They look very interesting, I always love to see the crop with leds :) thanks for sharing! 
 

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New grow start, i take a chair for this one :smoke:

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Here is an update on these girls. Dutch Treat in front and Purple Widow in the back. Had some issues with spider mites it's allways something with indoor, so I introduced 1500 lady bugs into the grow tent, they seem to be on the mend, Dutch Treat leaves are still a little brittle I think there fine though, just switched the lighting schedule to 12 and 12 yesterday

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They are seen with a lot of vitality, the leaves upwards perhaps looking for more light? I always love to see crops with LEDs, it looks like hell!

thank you for sharing :)

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So I have to confess I haven't given these plants sufficient attention, I let spider mite colonization become far too advanced before I took decicive action and they never fully recovered from that. Anyways that being said the flower smells delicious 👃that fruity piney smell thats so typical of Dutch treat, it's always been a favorite strain of mine. The purple widow smells good as well. They are almost 7 weeks into flower, I've given them advanced nutrients bloom fert, live microbes and some molasses. Hopefully they'll thicken up a little more before they are done, I'll update this again in a few weeks when they are ready for harvest 😎🚬

 

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Fuck those fucking spider mites always trying to ruin good grows xD

Plants look nice tho.

 

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Ya I always seem to get mites on my indoor grows. Never seems to be an issue outdoors

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I think outdoor the presence of predators keep inesct pests down or maybe there are other plants the insects attack instead, sorta like guardian plants. And also I think the natural sunlight and growing conditions beef up the plants abit more so they have thicker cell walls and higher brix, which is not what mites are interested in. 

 

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