Chefblake420

Northern Lights grown in central Washington

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These are 5 Northern Lights plants I germinated from feminised seeds from SeedSupreme. They are lush and we'll rooted, I'm transplanting them into 18 gallon storage totes I've converted for drainage and dug holes in the ground for, so that the plants are at ground level. The soil is a premium blend called Happy Frog to which I've added mycorrhizal bacteria both mixed in and applied at transplant hole where the roots make contact. I will be fertilizing with "Sensi-Grow" from Advanced Nutrients. I will also be using an additional live microbe supplement called "Photosynthesis Plus". IMG_20190417_101127.thumb.jpg.f09a8f40921b5ae0d630d9cf1d02f35f.jpg

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Looking good, i do have a question regarding the growpots, why didnt you just have them on top of your ground so they have more air around the roots.

I believe that this is why the pots are so great and work well ?

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So the reason I dig the holes is that I only have 6 feet of fence cover on this side of my house and there's a highway on the other side. The holes give me another couple feet of plant height

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great looking root system and setup ,good luck to ya  

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Here are some pics of the Northern Lights this morning. Individually and then an overview of them all. They seem like they're loving life! I keep the soil very dry at this stage so that the roots have to expand further to find moisture. They look very healthy, no deficiencys of any kind.

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Beaming in the sunshine!🌞 I love these gorgeous lil indicas. All 5 are the same height of 11 inches. I love cannibas plants at this stage in their life, when they are just starting to show you what kind of plant they will be. These haven't been fertilized yet.

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Looking good this morning. They are really growing fast. All five are around 21 inches tall give or take an inch. It's getting hotter in the days around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, 50s at night. Very windy though also so they are getting very fit.

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So green and beautiful, haven't even fertilized them yet. I'm going to give them a topping next week.

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Just topped these girls for first time✂️

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These ones have really exploded with growth since I topped them last week.

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Getting pretty big! Pretty even canopy of 4 feet 5 inches.☀️

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These are more than just the Northern Lights. Its a shot of my whole indica section.

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These Northern Lights are monsters! Bout 6 feet tall so they are pushing up against my new chicken wire canopy barrier. Which you can see in this last pic

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looking good nice green leaves ,some heatpoints on the end of some leaves but hard to see on the pics ,i had them too 38 degrees celsius and even the wind felt like a blow dryer so it was hard on them .

 

keep up the good work my friend ,all the best to ya :clapping:

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@jsm hey man, ya they definitely get hot. It was 104 degrees Fahrenheit here yesterday🏜️

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at least its stable ,so it's better to manage i think ,when you have the possibility hose them down in the evening with a fine setting of drupps so the leaves can recuperate .

 

as long there's now flowers yet i always try to do it like this over here ,but he different environment  different problems right ,according the weather reports we will get some nicer and warmer weather in september so my bonus plant the peyote will do good hopefully .save growing my friend

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Hey everyone! Ok so it's super hard to get good pics of these plants right now because of the sun, the size of plants, and the fact that theres almost nowhere to stand. It's hard to tell where one plant starts and another begins but here we go anyways. You should be able to get a pretty good sense from these pics. They have been flowering about 12 days now, I've been hitting them with bloom fert in that time. I'm happy with the chicken wire canopy, it's been a useful tool for training and tie downs. Temperature is still high 80s to mid 90s Fahrenheit, but hopefully that temp Will start coming down soon.

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Week 7 of flower🏵️. Overnight temperature lows are going to be below freezing for 3-4 days but the daytimes are still sunny. So as I explained in my Black Russian journal I'm going to cover the plants overnight with tarps, plastic, and spare sheets and blankets. The chicken wire canopy top makes this fairly easy to do. With sheets and such also draped over the sides this should create enough of a greenhouse effect to keep them alive, and will certainly prevent the dew (moisture) from settling on the plants and freezing. The buds are getting pretty mature they don't need too much longer.

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Good luck with the temperature over the next few days I really hope everything works out those buds are massive great job. :good::pleasantry:

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@gasmeter Hello my friend thank you! Yes the buds have came in great this year. I'm sure with some tarps and blankets they'll survive the cold. 

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Your plants look good with big buds! Hope you can manage the end of the season with the weather.

 

Croptober is on and the full moon are coming... :smoke: :good:

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