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inzion - Exodus Cheese - Super Critical auto - 01.02.11

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Hello my friends!!!Not so far we got the letter from Franco.Thank for this present Franco,and for the honor,to be a GHS Seed Tester!!! We try to do our best!!! ))

So,in that letter we found 24 seeds of Exodus Cheese & 10 seeds of Super Critical auto.Half of seeds i gave to my bro,so it gonna be a kind of double report)))

Now i'm gonna to continue with the setup

Light: HPS 400 & ESL LCF for veg

Growplace: 2 little boxes for veg,1 big box for flowering.

Substrate:Soil+Perlite

Buckets:7 litres

Temp:23-27

01.02.11 i take three seeds of Exodus Cheese.They was a little bit different by size,so i called them

L&M&S.Large,Medium,Small.

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i pulled them in the water ant then right in the soil and prepared to wait))

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Very good inzion test those babes with your bro, will be nice to see a double report here. Keep them growing!!!!

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anguscr,h3rbalizer , i will do my best m8z))

04.02.11 Medium seed show its head over the soil)) HB cheesy))

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so,05.02.11 all three seeds are germinated and ready for independent living))

L

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M

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S

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Welcome to the test new friend! Always nice whit new life ;) ...

Peace Jimmy

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Jimmy of Sweden, 10x m8,they grow right in my eyes)))

Update:I decide to germinate another 3 seeds,cause my clones are not rooting,and i cant wait any longer.So its gonna be Super Critical auto))

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Sounds nice friend! I wish you luck whit them!!

Peace Jimmy

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wasup m8z))

a little update today.

05.02.11 i planted 3 seeds of Super Critical auto - as usual i take seeds with difference in shape - and they also became L,M,S

09.02.11 - the L & S popped up. M still in waitnig.

I moved them to bigger place and tacked the lamp a little bit lower that plants are no stretched.

Thats how we look today)))

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Hey hunters crown.png

Today i transplanted all plants to a little bigger pots - next pots will be 7 litres, and soon they go to flowering box

Exodus Cheese - 10 days from popping

Cheeses feels good.i havent seen any problem with them.

Super Critical auto - 7 days from popping

this ladies are growing a little slowly,and plant from L seed,grow without chlorophyll.M seed not popped up - so on this place will be White Widow from Nirvana

backline - cheeses.frontline - critical

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M

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S

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L

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S

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thanks friends wink.png

how do u think-the yellow critical gonna make it? or i should already replace them ?

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hey Jango.It seems i overwatered them a little while transplanting to a new pots.yellow leaves starting to become green,but very very slowly.

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looking very good.

just one thing though, make sure you allow your soil to dry out between waterings.

put you finger into the soil; and wwhen it is dry about 2 inches down,

then water;

this is important as the roots need air to saty healthy and too much water displaces the air in the soil.

happy growing

john

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thanks John,im doing right the way u described wink.png fingers in soil - and go ahead smile.png i'm worrying about the soil i have.It prefertilized too much, i suppose drunk.png EC is about 3000 in runoff ,but the babies feels good so far.I will flush them soon till EC 1000 i think,and add some elements, if the plants start to show any signs of deficit.

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superduper77 hey wink.png

u right man,i always measured ppm only, so runoff in ppm was 1500, and EC 3.0 and i wan it to be a EC 1.0 shy.png i think thats right now wink.png

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thanks tokage.i also like how this cheeses developing wink.png if they keep going like that,i will replace them to a big box under 250 or maybe 400 HPS. and it will be 18-6 until they fill the box shy.png

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a little bit info wink.png

i watered the plants once in a two days.tap water is PPM - 60-70 , EC - 0.1, Ph - 6.5

21.02.11 the runoff from cheeses was

L - EC - 1.6, Ph - 6.22

M - EC - 1.4, Ph - 6.13

S - EC - 2.0, Ph - 6.23

from Super critical

S - EC - 2.2, Ph - 6.00

i think it goes quite normal at this time.and ofcourse the plants already dont have enough space sick.png waiting when i'm get well tired.png

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thanks tokage.

hope i will get well soon tired.png my treatment on next closest days will be an aspirin and WW drunk.png

im watching EC man - high rates is the bonus of pre fertilized soil sick.png but plants grow good, and EC is decreasing.

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today i watered plants and measured drain water.last time i was flushed the plants 21.02.11.Today i see this rates.

Cheeses

L - EC - 0.8, Ph - 6.50

M - EC - 1.1, Ph - 6.46

S - EC - 1.2, Ph - 6.54

Super critical

S - EC - 1.5, Ph - 6.16

it looks like they eat very well wink.png

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hi

i'm getting well little by little,so today i transplant the plants to 7l pots,and the cycle in my big box is started wink.png MH 400w also started today,i never used lamps like this.so will see.

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happy growing mates

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