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G22 THE GREAT WHITE MEGA CONTEST

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the 2 sharks sprouted i supperscrop the 4 cut for the first time 

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I plant the two white sharks today the one on the right seems to me in bad condition I'm not meticulous with germination this time 

The temp are better i put a stronger light 

Temp 28°-19°

Rh       50%-70%

+-50% rh light on is a littel too low i can't give more for the moment 

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Hi g22

I think the seedling on the right in the bottom image will be fine it is just maturing and greening up quick before you have planted it.

I will cross my fingers anyway just in case, happy growing...

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Hi @gasmeter thanks buddy .

But i just need 1 plant for outdoor its alrady a littel too much indoor outdoor but its goed i need a hobby to change my mind and some medication too 

 

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Week2

10 DAYS

I've been counting the days since the seedling was transplanted into the pot of 1l

i clean the humidifier and it works  better rh is now minimum 55% the 2 white sharks are growing i think give the other half of the biofeeding to the doctor after  this weekend first  the enhancer with compost thee.

i think still wait 8-10 days before transplanted

My ventilator move  from right to left so it normaly streng the stalke and for  the humidity  is a lot better share to the PLANT 

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El 27/3/2019 a las 20:29, g22 dijo:

Semana 2

10 días

El estado contando los días desde la plántula se trasplantó.....

Wow g22, que también le has dado a tus plantas, son muy similares a mi doctor

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I don't think to top or fim the doctor with the  cut from sativa plant (i don't know wich genetic it is )i think To use a bio stretch breaks To keep them compact but i never use   that thing i think those cut are trouble maker for the doctor  but 2 different strain is better  To smoke 🤪

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Hello I starts tea until tomorrow to feed my plants and brew longer to spray the leaves I add the enhancer just before feed

Its a littel to much tea for the littel plant but all the plant of the house gone enjoy it 

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Looking good my friend! Good luck in the competition. It'll be hard to top your White Rhino grow last year😎

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@Chefblake420

Wat's up man wat are you growing or wich American strain do you smoke for the moment ? 

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Hey man, ya I just sprouted 5 Northern lights, 2 Black Russians, 2 White widow x Afghan kush, 2 Amnesia, 1 Mexican landrace, 2 gorilla glue, and a couple ketama from last year. I'm gonna get a few clones next week as well, grow it all outdoor.😏 I'm gonna do a journal here on the forum. I was gonna start it when I bring them outside probably Easter 420 weekend. You asked what I've been smoking my recent favs have been a California hybrid called Sunset Sherbert, Obama Kush, I love Hindu Kush, there's a farm near me that does an amazing Hindu Kush, you guys probably get that one in Europe though huh? Same question back to you what  have you been smoking on lately? What are some popular strains over there?IMG_20190328_140036.thumb.jpg.406217844ed3fd5c2a71c0fdc050dba3.jpg

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What I'm bout to roll up rite at this moment is called "White Fire OG". It's a sativa Dom hybrid

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 @Chefblake420

  Hello mate me i only smoke my self made weed i don't smoke tabac sometime if i go in hollande i buy always 2-3 one gram from different strain last time was  super lemon haze,enemy of the state, strawberry banana,champagne Maroc (hash).In my country is a littel different many tipe of kush self made i think quality is goed but not like hollande sometime you get very goed haze amnesia, super lemon  haze, blue haze i dont now watt. 

But people just want the lemon haze or amnesia  in Amsterdam you can find a lot of your American strain but overprized i never buy   .

For the most popular strain iam not a spécialist snow weed  ,ppp, nlx ......,nothernlight ,White widow,Santa maria,Orange bud,jack herer,kush ,silver haze ,super silver haze ,super lemon haze, amnesia ,polm,super polm tibizla ..... thats some strain i see from a long time  

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Have you grown the great white shark before?

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Week 2

Day 13

Just before i give tve half dose of biofeeding grow to the doctor after 24h of brew the compost tea is ready  with a lot of bacterial activity here is not a lot of foam the smell is goed the foam is not a sign of bacterial activity need a microscope To check it.

for annual plant a bacterial tea is better  a fongal tea is better for tree.

During the growing season: Treat disease such as blight and leaf spot with fungal or balanced compost teaAt regular watering intervals.Apply at the first sign of any disease or insect infestationTreat disease such as blight and leaf spot with fungal r balanced compost teaTreat insect infestations with bacterial dominated compost teas.  Severe illness and infestation in plants are signs of nutritional and biological deficiencies. 

😉✌

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Hi man,

 

Your plants looks happy & it is a great idea to use the compost tea. What do you use for compost to make your tea?

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Wormcasting tomorow iam gone to comment the 2 post i can't today to much party yesterday

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@Chefblake420

I never grow the great white shark before.

The 4 doctor are rady to transplant i try tomorow if i have enought time iam gone use the blumat  dripper to the end of veg 

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Week 3

Day 17

I like that drip systeme but that need patience to build i not use it for the flowering i still have work this evening need to finish other pot and put the light and exaust in the flower tent 

The sativa gone be happy is 2 week that the pot is to small i hope they still goed when i put on 12/12 but before they gone be train (grow hard or go home😉)

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Very healthy and with a good root ball! No doubt good hand cultivating ;)  Let's see how the transplant feels and the nutrients.

 

 

Cheers mate

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Looks good bro, on your tea i suspect that microorganisms ;-) And for the plant without nutrient thats will be great to see the différence and when you will see the first
deficiencies

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