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Daniele10

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I'm growing a strain from homegrown seeds. Sapphire Star X Cherry Kush. I had great success last year with Strawberry Cough, White Fire and Laffy Taffy; grew a year's supply. I have some questions about growing bigger and denser buds or make suggestions for beginning organic gardeners.

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Hi Daniele10 and welcome to forum :)

 

That bud looks beautiful. It is possible to fatten them with a little PK during the flowering stage, although everything has a maximum. Genetics has a lot to do, if it is not very productive, no matter when you use pk, it will still be not very productive.

 

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Thanks for the info, buds look great, harder and fatter than last years grow. Used Seabird guano and kelp powder.

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