GHSC SOG no veg flowering run

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Hey guys this is a GHSC run.

Four strains, powder feeding and PK booster from the great GHSC.

Super Bud

Jack Herer

Big Bang

Super Lemon Haze

In 3,6L fabric pots.

Unfertilized peat and coarse vermiculite.

40w exhaust fan

15w circulation fan (X2)

8-220w dimmable DIY COB LED (4x citizen clu048 1212).


Great new light for some great new strains. This is part of my search for the new favorite strains in my grow room. 

The big bang and super lemon haze are free promotion seeds and both had bad germination. So instead of the planned 20seedlings only 15popped. So in a panic I cloned my quick flowering mothers and hope to add these clones to the flowering room a week or two later then the seedlings.

This is a classic SOG style grow with no veg and many small plants. I hope they will fill out the grow room nicely with many tight colas. 



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Hey gang

One week into flowering with no veg and things are looking okay, but abit slow growth. Anyways my last grow showed me that everything happened after week 5 with this powder feeding. 

Two super lemon haze seedlings was added now because they took longer to sprout.

So stay tuned ;)


Should I remove the ideal holders for better efficiency? Maybe some light is lost by the ideal holder. I removed the reflectors because I needed the spread more.



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Start week 3 of flowering with no veg. Topped them at end of week 2. For me the Super Bud is really looking nice. I have it them a watering with the bioenhancer and it seems to have made them abit happier.

This weekend I hope to finish my 400L worm farm - this will be epic, a lot of vermicompost for future grows :))

There are two plants that look strange, one big bang and one jack herer. The JH is growing very slowly and the BB is developing some deficiencies. Also it seems my future mothers are already showing favorable traits.



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Hypoaspis miles will be added today as preventive. I gave them a neem spray last week because I saw spider mites in the veg room. Maybe one last neem spray this week. 

Now they call the predatory mites Stratiolaelaps scimitus .. I don't understand why these name changes happen - it only give rise to misunderstandings.

Also on an unrelated note: I got a dry sift tumbler - and woaw... I just wanna stay home and smoke this delicious and smooth kief all day :D no more messing around with trim wet by water or butter - dry sift is my new favourite for sure ;)



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Nice vegetative growth this week and bud sites are starting to develop. I did a little bottom defoliation.




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Hey man , had a 1month hiatus from the forum :)

The flowering is going slower with the mineral powder feeding then the organic (at least for me in these last couple of flower runs).

Iam extending the flowering period for this grow by at least 2weeks (so total will be >11weeks flowering).

Pictures are from week 8, 9 and beginning 10. In the last couple of weeks the buds have started to swell nicely and the plants have started self cannibalising hard.







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First proper flush was done last week, second and final will be today and harvesting will start Sunday I hope :D

I think iam in for a pleasant surprise with this harvest :)))

I dunno why the pictures look so hazy... 




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