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here is the new generation of WSS

9 sprouted eight lives.

they receive only water through a spray.

temperature and U.R. normal

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High maintenance those White Strawberry girls. Still checking daily, but 3 of my original 6 are still looking female. So looking forward to trying the smoke. Keep up the good work. Hope the new supply treats you better.

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thanks to everybody for visits.

@......Gaz..........everyday i look at every branch and i hope that everything goes well......I felt the smell of WSS and I'm sure will be a great smoke!

@......Jonasrl......I am also excited by the WSS and hope to find many females in the next round .... follow me and see what happens!

update on day 1 of flowering for 7 WSS remained.

I changed the timer time and I gave them 12 hours of light.

Yesterday I gave 0.15 ml 0.25 ml regulator plus start booster Aptus in 1 liter of water.

plants they liked and are now in perfect shape.

this morning, the courier arrived, led by a new generation of WSS to test.the adventure continues.

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This I cannot wait to see ! A sea of Strawberry. Yum yum

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@Gaz.......i've got a look at your growing....you are very precise and careful in your grow-report, congratulations,have a good grow and good luck for the cup!

these are some shots of the WSS at 33th day of bloom, showed no other male flowers and inflorescences grow and smell stronger every day.

I cleaned up the lower part of the plant and I deleted some boxes.

the plant is not very developed because it grows in a confined space next to MM, but fills its space well, I practiced a supercrop who brought the apical to the same height as the other flowers and after a few days the plant shows so ..

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this morning, after 48 hours soaking, I put in jars 1lt 30 WSS just arrived from GHSCthanks to the staff of of confidence GHSC).

the sisters who lived in the small box, and that from two days had a system of lights 12 hours, I moved to the flowering room.

I put an upward and placed them in the midst of MM under a 400w.

her older sister, arrived in the 5th week of flowering, has been moved to the greenhouse with the smallest of the seven just after flowering, I hope that the minimum temperatures allow them to continue well.

the older I decided to take her out of the flowering room because I discovered that the herm can produce male flowers in female inflorescence, not only externally independent, but in a manner invisible to the eye and therefore too dangerous to keep the plant near the other in full bloom.

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@Gaz.......i've got a look at your growing....you are very precise and careful in your grow-report, congratulations,have a good grow and good luck for the cup!

these are some shots of the WSS at 33th day of bloom, showed no other male flowers and inflorescences grow and smell stronger every day.

I cleaned up the lower part of the plant and I deleted some boxes.

the plant is not very developed because it grows in a confined space next to MM, but fills its space well, I practiced a supercrop who brought the apical to the same height as the other flowers and after a few days the plant shows so ..

Look great, keep up the good report, thanks

How's the smell? Looking good and frosty compared to some others i saw. getting very impatient now, look like 8 weeks flowering should be ok!

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I hope this batch of lady will be better! Good luck man!

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I hope this batch of lady will be better! Good luck man!

I wanted to ask you since the seeds was arrived, it is therefore a new generation of WSS?

not come from the very birth of the others??

I would be very happy if this is really so.

however, to date still has not popped anything .... waiting patients.

other in fio just begun are very comfortable and enjoy the lumens HPS.

the other 2 in the greenhouse seem to have been lucky, the minimum temperatures were far from 0.

Greetings to all and thank you for your visits.

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i think yes they did some new test but not sure i will try to ask :)

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today 25 on 30 are born.

I am surprised that the 2 seeds that were not exposed root sprouts are among the first ... wait tomorrow and we hope to see all 30 new born WSS.

the mature plant that I put in the greenhouse does not show signs of distress due to the low temperatures of the night and proceeds in its maturation.

even the small WSS just start flowering and taken to greenhouse shows no problems.

I mean as soon as the week of emergency change the time and select plants that will continue in cultivation.

Greetings to all.

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update on the situation of the new planting.

of the 30 WSS sown are born and 25 survived the germination 20.

we have 20 newborn WSS and 7 WSS to 12 days of life that I reported inside the box with a light regime of 18h.

I hope that the days with 12 hours of light do not create further problems of hermaphroditism.

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update on the situation of the WSS.

we have 7 plants that arrived at the end of the 3rd week of life, one of them shows a yellowing of the primary leaves show no other problems, I think it's time to transfer these plants in larger pots and allow them a better development.

7 together with the WSS there are 17 other WSS (are plants survived the last sowing of 30 plants).

I do not understand what caused the death of the new WSS, have not changed the conditions inside the box and that is the soil water are the same as always.

Meanwhile, I proceeded to put in a glass the next generation that will form the new cultivation together with WSS, I am ready to put in the ground 30 seeds White Rhino.

the plant that has reached the 7th week of flowering (which I moved to the greenhouse about 10 days ago) fails to mature because of the minimum night temperatures are still too low, I could see the production of "bananas" on some inflorescences and I'm glad I moved away from the rest of cultivation.

greetings to all ...

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....and here is the bigger WSS....

you can see one of the bananas produced by the plant, the others I have already removed.

seems from these pictures that have started the production of new pistils, apparently inside the greenhouse 12 ° / 13 ° minimum temperature are sufficient to plan to end its flowering, I hope that the next two weeks will be sufficient, otherwise the days begin to return very long daylight hours could cause the plant to begin to vegetate.

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Some frosty looking Strawberry. I want a greenhouse like yours.

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Thanks for the news, i hope the survivor will all be good, have a good grow :)

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upgrade to new.

Today I mounted the 5th lamp 400W .... it is a new set-up for the little box dedicated to the vegetative stage.

unfortunately the 6 neon use for about 2 years were not sufficient to meet the number of plants that I intend to cultivate.

I worked for a whole afternoon to build a reflector with recycled materials.

I had 2 reflectors in stock ... the first 2 reflectors purchased three years ago.

I've disassembled and matched and I got a giant reflector, shaped gullwing that allows me to have good lighting all over the box (140x80).

Yesterday I put in the box, next to the WSS, 30 White Rhino.

This evening I saw the soil of some pots slightly raised, moved, the first WR are popping up and a new cycle, a new adventure is beginning ....

here is the box lit by Philips 400W MH.

ciao everyone!

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unfortunately I have bad news regarding the WSS arrived on the 52nd day of flowering was struck, too, by botrytis.

the humidity inside the greenhouse is clearly too high at this time for the plants in advanced flowering.

I cut it and I took some pictures.

is still skinny, since I put out has only developed resin, the flowers don't have grown, was affected by the minimum temperatures during a few nights and it was locked.

its scent is delicious, unique and accentuated.

I heard the smell on my hands after cleaning rough I did was very similar to the Afghan cream, very floral look forward to be able to taste it dries.

I have not totally eliminated the plant, I left some flowers at the base of the plant that I hope are able to grow this spring in the greenhouse

here are some photos.

in the little box all the 30 White Rhino are born.......100%..............fantasticooooooooooo!!!!!

ciao everyone!

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damn sorry to hear about that lady man,i hope it will still be a good smoke ;)

Have a good drying man

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This is the brief report that I could get from a grower friend that lives and grows in Spain.

I had given him the first 2 seeds that were sent to me ....

From Rikka...."I also give you bad news, uncle! 2 herm to me!

Anyway do not take it, it can happen even to the best.

I am writing here my little pers report on the wss (from what little I've seen and know):

Germination Rate: Good after 3 days

Force: Very low very pale green internodes unequal from 1 cm to 3 under mh 400 and suffering in the growt of roots in BIOCANNA soil with 30% perlite

Flowering: Fast enough to prefiori 27gg 24/24 from the 2nd week 12/12 was already a hermie and the 3rd I ripped!"

with this report from Spain the first generation seeds of WSS comes to an end.

the results have been very disappointing for the high number of male or hermaphrodite plants.

of 10 seeds germinated 7, 4 males, 2 herm, 1 herm (my) after removing 2 sets of male flowers at the beginning of flowering female remained until the end, but with poor results that I could show.

let's move on to test the next generation of of WSS that tonight will update as I said.

greetings to all

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yeah for sre this first batch of WSS was not good ^^^hope the next one will be better :)

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i hope so too!!!!!

16 of the new birth(the better)have been transfert in 11lt pot and moved into the flowering room at the place of the Money Maker just ripped under 400W agro.

others 6 WSS smaller than the fisrt 16 are now in veg. box with the survivors of the new generation of White Rhino24 plants on 30.

i can't post photos now...sorry....as soon as possible i do that.

ciao.

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here are the pictures of the preparation before being transferred.

tools are suitable measures to quantities!

I added to the soil seed I always use only Micosat and 15/20% of perlite.

I put in 16 pots 11lt the 16 plants that seemed to me more healthy.

6 WSS are still in the box with 24 White Rhino of vegetation in great shape who have passed their week of emergency.

I intend to wait 10/15 days at the most and then transfer all the plants in the flowering room.

here are the pictures ....

ciao!

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today I also transferred the last 6 WSS in pots 11 lt. and I moved to the flowering room.

Now the 22 plants are under 2x400W with 12 hours of light.

while on the move I noticed that some plants have begun to show their sex, but I have not taken the time to observe, tomorrow I will pay attention and will note the news.

here's the situation:

16 WSS on the 4th day of flowering.

6 WSS to the change of time, day 0 of flowering.

some of the 16 plants are now ripe for show because they were sown a month ago and are part of the previous generation of WSS ... we'll see the differences, I will distinguish from the other.

Meanwhile, in the small box I made the transfer of 24 White Rhino in pots from 11 lt.

the smalls are to the 10th day of life, and I thought that they would like to grow in pots that the definitive host, I left it in a small pot one last White Rhino germinated much later than the others that perhaps'll give to a friend.

I have given to WSS 0.5 g / l of PF for hybrids, 30 liters of solution per 22 plants, watering from above ....

I have given the W.R. 0.25 g / l of PF for hybrids, 30lt solution for 24 plants, watering from above.

in this report i talk also about my White Rhino,they grow next to the WSS then will become part of this report.

ciao!!!!!

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