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

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I like the look of the #5

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Hi mate, 

Really good these photos and the buds obtained, good hand growing and photographing, congratulations crack.

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Thank you @Jose.gh! The bud formation of this strain is pretty good, and 5gr of bio bloom / ltr of substrat is th good range for this strain except for number 2 !

 

 

 

The number 2 is a heavy eater and this pheno have a time of flowering a little longer than the others pheno (9+,10 week).

 

Here is a pic of a clone SVK #2 at 1 week of flo

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As it is a heavy eater than the others, I put 5g of biobloom / ltr of substrat during the week 1 of flowering, and I would put 1gr / ltr during week 2-3.
For improved soil life and nutrients uptake, I will watering :

 

1x/week at week 1-3-5-7 with compost tea + Ehancer

and  

1x/week at week 2-4-6  with compost tea charged with guano PK.

 

 

We'll see what she has in the belly for this 2nd run :smoke:

 

 

 

 

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Which is your favourite phenotype ? All look very good. 

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@Gaz We will see whats coming after the drying process but right now:

 

1) The SVK#2 have the most attractif smell but less in visual and less trichome covering.

( next run a will adapt the nutrient regime of this one, because she is a heavy feeder)

 

2) The SVK#5 have a strong punch smell, she is beauty and extra covered with trichomes. But no veg vigor 

( next run i will be put 1 or 2 more vegetation week for this pheno)

 

3) The SVK#8 is ultra ultra white, fully trichome covered but the smell have nothing particular and not very strong.

 

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@OG.Naj com'è stata la crescita( stretching) in fioritura?   how was the growth in bloom?

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@Kalumè 

 

The stretch is between 1,52 and 1.97

 

The smallest plant, the svk#5, have 40cm at the day 1 of flowering and make 61cm before harvest so X1,52

 

The biggest plant, the svk#2, have 43cm at the day 1 of flowering and make 85cm just before harvest so X 1,97

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Grazie mille @OG.Naj per la risposta, mi sa che devo tagliare un altro po' o la situazione mi sfuggirà di mano, io ancora non ho provato a misurare, proverò il prossimo aggiornamento 

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@Kalumè if your plant are already in flowering, I advise you not to cut them, because is not very good at this stage ... In outdoor grow it is better that the plant are much bigger than in indoor ;-)

 

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No, ancora no bro👍

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Hello hunters,

 

The Sweet Valley Kush is now harvested, hand trimmed and are now in the drying process...

 

I use the "wet trimming" technique and i love this way because is more easy to trim wet plants and i  think with less trichomes damages...

 

For the first 3 days of drying i use a dehumidifier to remove most of the hummidity in the drying room and that quickly as possible, then I turn off the dehumidifier and let dry more slowly between 4 and 7 days in dark (depending on the environment).
 

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After this drying phase, I will put the buds in cardboard boxes to slowly continue the drying phase for 4 to 7 days.

 

 

Then will come the curing ...

 

 

 

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Buena técnica de secado, gracias por compartir... Se ven fenomenales esos recortes un gran humo para ti amigo 

 

Good drying technique, thanks for sharing ... They look great those cuts a great smoke for you friend

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Happy drying dude😃

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@g22Thanks bro:good:

 

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Hello hunters, 

 

Today i will share with you a observation a make on the SVK#2 cut.

 

I see some main stalk deformation... 

 

 I can observe that first on a SVK#2 cut 

 who are already in week 3 of flowering for the second round. And right now is see that on one just rooted SVK#2 cut.

 

On this picture we can clearly see the serious angle on the main stalk.

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Here is a picture of a normal SVK#2 cut

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Next update with the Sweet Valley Kush buds picture before the curing phase come next week.

 

So stay tuned 

 

:smoke:

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Hello Hunters,

 

Here are the first batch of the Sweet Valley Kush buds pictures grow with the Green House powder feeding BIO line,,,

 

Sweet Valley Kush #2

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Sweet Valley Kush #4

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Sweet Valley Kush #5

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Tomorrow I will share with you the rest of the buds pics...

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Hello Hunters,

 

Here are the second and last batch of the Sweet Valley Kush buds pictures grow with the Green House powder feeding BIO line...

 

Sweet Valley Kush #6

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Sweet Valley Kush #8

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Sweet Valley Kush #10

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Tomorrow i will share with you the final grow report ;-)

 

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#8 look frosty ❄

 

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You right bro, and the smell on this one is a little more sour than the other pheno.

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Hello hunters,

 

After 4 months of work the buds are now in the curing process so, I can share with you the final grow report.

 

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To start, the PowderFeeding BIO line :

 

I am very satisfied with the results of Bio nutrients from GreenHouse Feeding, they work really well and are very easy to use. In the end it gives a very clean product, natural and organic. The burn is clean and the hash is white & last but not least i can say that the harvest is very good :-)

 

- I used in total: 90gr of BIO grow, 640gr of BIO bloom & 71gr of Ehancer

- In addition i use 1x nettle extract (growing phase), 1x comfrey extract (blooming phase) and every 2 weeks i use compost tea.

- I watering only with tap water, rain water or a 50/50 mix


I just beginning a second run with

the same soil in the same smartpot.

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For the second run, I just take out the 2, 3cm first layer of soil put in my compost with the big stem with the bigger roots. Transplant the cutting, put some new soil at the top + 10gr of homemade wormcompost /ltr of soil and 3gr/ltr of soil of BIO Grow. A good watering with 1,5ltr of Ehancer/pot and...  

...let see how that work... :-)

 

Now the GH Sweet Valley Kush :

 

The SVK grow like pure indica with short internodes spacing and big fat leafs. Some plants show little mutation like "trifoliate" or "duck leaf" but that did not affect the final result which is of good quality. This strain have many differents phenos. Different in size, in vigor, in bud formations and in trichome covering. On the other hand the smell is very similar between the pheno with little difference of course but not to much on 4 pheno. The 4 other have a little special smell each. But the smoke report come later.... :smoke:

 

- The size of the smaller pheno at the end of flowering is 61cm and the size of the bigger is 85cm .

- The strech at the beginnig of flowering is between x1,52 & x1,97.

- The flowering time is between 8,5weeks and 9,5weeks.

- The production is 0.9gr/watts

 

 

For the next update i will share with you the process to sieve the Sweet Valley Kush trichomes heads with the ice-o-lator technique so stay tuned :smoke:

 

 

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Hello Hunters,

 

Hope you all have a nice and productive week-end!

 

Today i will share with you the sieving technique i use for washing the trim of the all Sweet Valley Kush plant to collect the beautyfull trichome heads. II use the ice-o-lator technique for long time but i improve a lot my tech last month. Now the good term for the technique is the "sieving tech".

I learn this technique with Frenchy Cannoli imself and i can say that the final quality product is amazing with his help. I also make a good methodology to have a more regular result!

 

This temple ball has been pressed by the master Frenchy Cannoly in Amsterdam with my Napoleon Haze x Dosidos ice o lator full spectrum...

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but before it is important to start at the beginning.....

 

Material you need for the sieving process:

 

- Dry trim

- Mini Wash machine

- Sieving bags (220 -190 - 45 - 25 micron)

- Drainage screen 25micron

- Spoon / butter knife / tweezers

- A lot of ice

- Water

- Abslorban cloth

- Alcool

Working place

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First step is to rehydrate correctly the trim in the water between two layers of ice to keep the temperature very low between 0-2c°...

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After this step it is time to make the first wash, just 30sec run and drain in the sieving bags to collect the trichome heads... (the second wash is 3min and every wash after is 1min more than the wash before ) this time i make 8 wash with the Sweet Valley Kush. You need to put more ice in the machine every wash to have a water cold environement (0-2c°) without grindind the plant material ;-)

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Now you collect with the spoon all the trichomes heads and you put that on the special drainage screen with a abslorbant cloth below.

On this picture you can see all the wash on 1 drainage screen...

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Now come the drying process, so it is important the separe all the trichomes heads for the drying process and put the product in a cold and dry environement (7°c and 40% humidity)

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After a few days all the trichome are correclty dry

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Next update i will share with you the tech to tranform the resin heads to a traditional temple ball so, stay tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hola amigo buena bola conseguiste yo ayer saque una parecida del white rhino del año pasado, utilize la misma técnica que tu con lavadora nueva y a los 14 minutos de estar funcionando se puso a hechar humo.... Que desastre de tecnología tendré que devolver la máquina pero por lo menos saque una buena pieza

Un saludo :drinks:

 

Hello friend, good ball did you get me yesterday from the white rhino of last year, use the same technique as you with a new washing machine and after 14 minutes of running it began to smoke .... What a technology disaster I will have to return the machine but at least take out a good piece a greeting

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Yeah the last technique i use is totally differents to, i put to much time with to much ice and the end result is good but with less quality. The drying process is very imortant before smoking or pressing the resin ;-)

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Para sacar el máximo de humedad utilizo una prensa de 30 toneladas pero nada más que empleo diez dejando la pieza presionada una noche

 

To get the maximum moisture I use a 30 ton press but nothing more than ten use leaving the piece pressed one night

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