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Chemical Bride Bio Powder

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Hello :) 

Iam also trying out the Chemical Bride with the bio powder from GHSC.

This is first week veg, 

Admittedly i mixed the soil with a bit too much aeration and the humidity in the veg room is too low, so the leaves are quite small.

They are right now in 1L square plastic pots with homemade vermicompost, vermiculite and sand amended with 1,5gr BioGrow, 2gr neem meal and 2gr bug fertilizer (2,5-1,5-2) and watered with a bit of BioEnhancer

Under a DIY quantum board at 45W with 4000K spectrum.

It is another Blueberry OG together with them in veg

I think iam gonna try these under my other DIY QB at 200W with 3000K for flowering, but iam not quite sure yet, maybe will be split in different rooms.
This is a new setup for me and Iam still dialing it in.
Also i will fix flooring so they can be properly spaced.

Not too much else to say, but this is actually the worst germination percentage i have had with GHSC seeds :D 7/10 so still fine and plenty to fill my small rooms :D 



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Hello :)
This is week 2 of veg (iam a bit late with the update, so actually it is day 17 of veg, but nvm :D )
The too dry medium is kicking my ass now the plant are getting bigger, so i will be repotting them tomorrow (in the photo the leaves are quite droopy :( )
They are in 1L pots fed with greenhouse seeds biobloom, bioenhance, and neem meal and bug meal/frass.
I have made the flowering room ready for some blueberry OG, so these chemical brides will probably go in after that (around 8weeks) actually iam hoping to setup another tent before that :D , but in the mean time will be kept outdoors, as they are simply getting too big :D 





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I must have been really tired last night :D i totally forgot to say iam only gonna keep 6 plants to flowering.
One got a very weird mutation where the second leaf if grown together with the third leaf and the top is deformed and titled to one side as a result. Maybe it is fine and will grow out of it, but i dont want to keep anything with mutations like that and iam scared the flower will have some strange deformations also.
Anyways i think the remaining six look really healthy eventhough they are drooping from my mistake. 
I just topped and will take them out to be transplanted now :)



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I have way to bad time to keep this beautiful strain 100% happy. I am so sorry i cant give them what they deserve right now, but it is difficult for me to find the place for all these beautiful plants :D 
Photos are from day 28 of veg. Just after Sunday so the leaves are drooping a little. They are just chilling in a small greenhouse with chalked walls letting in some diffused light, but clear top to let in some direct sun light. They will chill there until the flower room is empty. Maybe i will make some selections. I also made a mistake and missed a watering and interestingly it show up as some strange nutrient deficiency, but the new growth looks absolutely fine :) 
But when flowering comes around i will keep you guys posted proper weekly.
And for the flowering room it is currently looking cool with a monocrop of Blueberry OG grown with GHSC bio powder and some neem meal and insect frass. I have attached some photos from today day 9 of flowering before and after defoliation.

Thank you








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I am really hesitant to show you how i am abusing these girls :D
Now the shelf they were standing on collapsed and they all fell down. Some got beat really bad and some look alright. So uhm.. yea iam sorry girls. 
I will take some cuttings and move what is left of the motherplants and cuttings  to an improvised indoor room. They will stay there for 4-5 weeks and then moved to the emptied and cleaned out flower room. I hope to make one or two more updates before flowering and then weekly updates.
Cheers and good luck your guys competition, i think you are in the lead :D

I have attached some more photos of the blueberry OG in flowering week 4 









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Okay here we finally go. The play button has been pushed and these Chemical Bride girls have moved to the flowering room :D 
These are pictures from first day of flowering (flip to 12/12). Firs time running this strain. I hope they fill the net, but not too crowded.
Some stats:

Temps 29C(24C)
Humidity 60%(55%)
Pure vermicompost and a bit of horse manure mixed with 4gr/L Bio Bloom.
Sprayed with AACT and fed sometimes with Bio Enhancer, FAA and CE.

I also attached some photos of the Blueberry OG last week in flowering also grown with bio bloom, bio enhancer, but with insect frass and neem meal.







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Haha no i havent :D i think bruce bugbee said it best with his analogy: if your tires blow on your car on the race track you dont blame the motor for going to fast.
This run iam running the lights at 100% (750W) because the summer heat is off :) so lets grill these girls :D 
I forgot to post pictures sunday sorry. Here they are first week of flowering (7 days since flip).
Temps 30C(25C)
Humidity 55%(50%)
Pure vermicompost and a bit of horse manure mixed with 4gr/L Bio Bloom.
Sprayed with AACT and fed sometimes with Bio Enhancer, FAA, FPJ and CE (at 1:1000)




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Growth is good here 2weeks into flowering :) iam regretting i put two big blueberry OGs in there and probably will move them, but for now they are there and i would like to show you how this week went. I did a defoliation this week and will probably do another this coming week.
Humidity in the 60s (my dehumidifier (running during lights off) is giving some problems and full disclosure i did get some leaf burn :D but it is due to the dehumidifier blowing hot air directly on the leaves).
Temp 30C during lights on, 24C off.
Thank you Greenhouse for the fertilizer and genetics to test, it looks very promising :)
and thank you all for reading and commenting :)
See you next week







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Here we are 3 weeks into flowering (day 21) :) 
I did two small defoliations this week and man has it developed a nice smell. Totally sweet, chemical and diesel/fuel-y smelling.
Flowers are developing nicely. I still havent got around to give them a mulch layer, but they seem fine.
I had the dehumidifier fail the last two days and i saw growth slowed from it. Humidity went into 70's during lights off :(

Uh and i changed the two Blueberry OGs in the middle to two smaller Blueberry OGs, because the first were getting too big - therefore the middle is must more open this week







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Really nice srog. The budd are forming nicely. I hope the best for your grow. I had a few pollensacks... but i find them early enough. Keep your eyes open. ;)

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On 10/6/2021 at 8:39 PM, Djiny said:

Really nice srog. The budd are forming nicely. I hope the best for your grow. I had a few pollensacks... but i find them early enough. Keep your eyes open. ;)

Thank you :) and thank you very much for the heads up i will keep my eyes open - but that is one of the big draw backs of having the lights this close, because i cannot check the back too well :D But you will see iam having troubles of my own with this strain :D 

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First of sorry for missing last weeks post week 4 (day 35).
This is week 5 (day 42).
They started eating themselves hard in week 5 so they are much more yellow then i would like for this time in flowering. But i think it might actually be climate related as the one in the front is the most yellow (with abit cooler temps and higher ventilation from being the door opening).
Or over watering (this is my second run in organics indoor and i have gotten too used to the frequent waterings with conventional/salt nutrients. But of course it is the one in the front so you see it the most :D
I have tried feeding a bit more insect frass and fish amino acids, but doesnt seem to do much, so iam leaning towards overwatering.
But i finally got the straw mulch on. and also i got a new little gadget :D It is a "smart" humidity and temperature sensor (Shelly H&T) that links up with an app on the phone (without a hub). I added a  picture of the data to show you.
also i moved the dehumidifier to the back and will move it to the corner for the next run. So iam still dialing in the humidity.










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