OG.Naj

OG.Naj - Sweet Valley Kush - 3°Mega Contest -GH PowderFeeding Bio Line

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Hello Hunters,

 

Day 1 of bloom

 

4 of the 8 Sweet Valley Kush, the number #2 - #3 -#7 & #10, move under the 315cmh from dimlux. The #4-#5-#6 & #8
 will be switched in 1 or two weeks...

Because it is the first day of bloom, it is feeding time... 80gr of biobloom / 19 ltr smart pot, so 320gr totally.

I watering the 4 plants directly with 1ltr of water (50% rain water - 50% tap water) + 1gr of ehancer.

 

Day Temperature : 21-22c°

Night Temperature : 16-17c

Day Humidity : 55-60%

Night humidity : 55-60%

 

 

So here are the pics of today, day 1 of bloom...

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See you for the next update hunters_

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your plants are  beautiful you shaped them as you wanted.

happy flowering @OG.Naj

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Thanks bro, lets the beautifull bloom coming ....

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Hello Hunters,

 

Day 2 of bloom

 

Some pics of the 4 Sweet Valley Kush already switched

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Real indica leaf for the SVK #2IMG_4540.thumb.jpg.fb00b10365877512fc8a524de1c219cf.jpg

 

SVK #2

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@OG.Naj

 your crop is very clean good luck  ,

The plant that had purple shades still present in the crop?

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The SVK #7 has  no longer purple under the leaves but has stems more purple than other plants. It seems to me that the end of flowering will be very purple for this one :-)

 

I will take a pictur for showing you ;-)

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Hello Hunters,

 

Some news of the growroom ina di clonebox

 

Week 7

Grow+43

 

For the  Sweet Valley Kush #4-#5-#6 & #8. I kept the 4 smaller plants in the grow room and I did well, they grow well and will soon be ready to be switched. The 4 bigger, the #2-#3-#7 & #10 the 4 largest were spent wednesday in bloom.

 

Today I watered each plant with 1,5ltr of water (50% rain water - 50% tap water)

 

Day Temperature : 23c°

Night Temperature : 17-18c°

Day Humidity : 55%

Night humidity : 65%

 

 

So here are the pics of today...

 

In this photo we can notice the intensity of two bars LEDs from sanlight. only 62W each one but how effective

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See you for the next update hunters :smoke:

 

 

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Hello hunters,

 

Here are some news of the SVK #4. That show some "Trifoliate-Quadrifoliate mutation"...

 

The exact name is "Whorled phyllotaxy".

This is actually the fact that 3 or more leaves grow from the same node. What is interesting is that this plant grew normally up to 4 stage and this mutation is shown only on 2 of the 4 main branches. The two other branches are quite normal.

 

So here are the pics...

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Have a nice day hunters

 

And because it's his birthday today :  "Peace, love & THC" (Franco Loja) :smoke:

 

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Hello Hunters,

 

Here are some big news. The second group of Sweet Valley Kush are now switched in bloom.

 

The SVK #4-#5-#6 & #8 are already at day 2 of bloom and they are 45cm high

 

Yesterday i put 80gr of biobloom / 19 ltr smart pot, so 320gr totally for the 4 plants. After that, I watering the 4 plants with 1,5ltr of water (50% rain water - 50% tap water)

 

 

Day Temperature : 25-26c°

Night Temperature : 18c°

Day Humidity : 60-65%

Night humidity : 65-70%

 

 

So here are the pics of today, day 2 of bloom...

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The group 1

 

Week 2 - Day 9 of bloom for the Sweet Valley Kush number #2 - #3 -#7 & #10.

The plants grow very well  they make now 54cm tall. So they took 11cm in 1 week (1,57cm / day)

 

So here are the pics of today for the group 1

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I noticed a mutation on the SVK #2. So 3 plants totally have the same trifoliate mutation. @jan.gh  @Jose.gh any infos if that come from the genetic or if that come from my cultivation or environement ?

 

Picture of the SVK #2 with the mutation

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Here are the picture of the first pistil on the sweet valley kush #3,,, :smoke:

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@g22 the #7 with the purple color...

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Beauty canopy of Sweet Valley Kush :smoke::smoke::smoke:

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Have a nice end of week hunters

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Beautiful @OG.Naj.

The stem is always purple🌱

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Hello Hunters,

 

After the canopy picture, here are some pics of the top of the soil. This soil loving GH Feeding  and i can say : is literally a living soil :drinks:

 

Only a few days after the addition of Bio Bloom the beneficial mushrooms have already appeared...

 

 

 

Beauty nature:good:

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Have a nice week end hunters and see you for the next update!

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Hello Hunters,

 

Today i will show you how i make some good compost tea.

 

Compost tea is very beneficial for plant growth. Compost tea is the name given to the extraction of micro-organisms from compost to water via aeration. Oxygenating the water activates the multiplication of microorganisms. Improving plant growth, generally compost tea also helps the availability of nutrients for the plant.
By adding beneficial micro-organisms to the soil, this tea has the effect of reducing pathogens in the root environment. It contains beneficial nutrients and microorganisms (fungi, bacteria, ...).

 

Recipe:

- 27ltr of rainwater
- 450gr of compost or vermicompost
- 1 tablespoon black sugar cane molasses (organic)
- (30gr of ehancer)*
- (3 ltr of vermicompost juice)*

 

*optional

 

To make the compost tea you need :

- Air pump

- Heater

- Plastic pot (No metal) 

- cheesecloth or filter 

 

 

 

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Put the air pump and the heater to keep the solution aerate and at 20c° for 24h. 

 

Happy sunday hunters and see you tomorow for the compost tea watering

 

 

 

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Hello hunters,

 

Yesterday after 24h of brewing the compost tea was ready, so i use it ina di garden!

 

I give 2ltr/plant for the group 1 who are since 2 weeks & 1ltr/plant for the group 1 who are since 1 week in flowering

 

In flowering i love xatering my plant every other day and i can say that the Sweet Valley Kush are very happy and healty!

 

Day Temperature : 27c°

Night Temperature : 18c°

Day Humidity : 60-65%

Night humidity : 65-70%

 

So here are the pics of the watering of yesterday

 

On this picture you can see that the tea are ready to use. it smells good and has been activated for 24h. The foam and bubbles on the surface shows that it is good!

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Watering with compost tea

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Group 1 SVK #2 - #3 -#7 & #10 at end of week 1 of bloomIMG_4743.thumb.JPG.f2a7d9351806ec67ac6113733d1eabcc.JPG

 

Group 2 SVK #4-#5-#6 & #8 at end of week 2 of bloomIMG_4759.thumb.JPG.30ffd0235ef506920e98dce49e441d17.JPG

 

Happy healty canopy of Sweet Valley Kush

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Have a nice week & see you for the next update hunters

 

 

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They look very healty bro @OG.Naj i hope you get a Nice sog  with beautiful color that turns on purple shades

Happy sweet valley kush dude!!! 

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Thanks bro! Hope so!

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Hello Hunters,

 

Some news of the flower growroom

 

Bloom Week 3 for "the group 1" Sweet Valley Kush #2-#3-#7 & #10

Bloom Week 2 for "the group 2" Sweet Valley Kush #4-#5-#6 & #8

 

 

Yesterday I watered each plant with 1,5ltr of water (50% rain water - 50% tap water)

 

Day Temperature : 27c°

Night Temperature : 17-18c°

Day Humidity : 60%

Night humidity : 65%

 

 

So here are the pics of the goupe 1

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The flower are coming nicely...:smoke:

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Pics of the goupe 2

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Beauty 11 fingers leaf, the plants are happy :good:

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Have a nice day hunters and see you for the next update!

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Hello Hunters,

 

Yesterday i take the high of the plants.

 

The group 1 grow well she are noxw at 67cm, they took 13cm this week, 24cm from the begining of the bloom (so 1,6cm/day)

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The group 2 grow well to she are now at 57cm, they took 13cm this week (so 1,86cm/day)

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Have a nice friday hunters!

 

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Hello Hunters,

 

Some news of the floweRoom


The group 1 is now at the end of week 3, day 20.

 

Big day ina di garden for the Sweet Valley Kush #2-#3-#7 & #10, it is the defoliation day! Because of my setup but also to control the flow of air and humidity, I decided to make a big defoliation at the end of the week 3 of bloom. After defoliation I have watered each plant with 1,5ltr of water (50% rain water - 50% tap water) + compost tea (without ehancer)

 

Day Temperature : 28c°

Night Temperature : 19c°

Day Humidity : 60%

Night humidity : 65%

 

 

SVK #3 before defoliation

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SVK #3 After defoliation

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Pic after defoliation

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Bud at the end of week 3

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Have a nice week hunters!

 

 

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Super leafy and healthy, your plants have an enviable look. Congratulations on the beneficial mold growth on the substrate, lots of life.

 

Good job!

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Hi @Jose.gh, thank you for your message ;-)

 

Look this wonderfull healty 11 parts SVK leaf :smoke:

 

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Hello Hunters,

 


The group 2 is now at week 3 day 18.

 

I just watering each plant with 1,5-2ltr of water (50% rainwater + 50% tap water aerated)

Next week I will do a defoliate to optimize the circulation of air and bring a little more light at the bottom of the plant.

 

Day Temperature : 28c° (leaf temp 24c°)

Night Temperature : 19c°

Day Humidity : 55%

Night humidity : 70%

 

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Hello Hunters,

 


The group 1 is now at week 4 day 25.

 

I watering each plant with 1,5-2ltr of water (50% rainwater + 50% tap water aerated)

 

Day Temperature : 28c° (leaf temp 24c°)

Night Temperature : 19c°

Day Humidity : 55%

Night humidity : 70%

 

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