Grower88

Precontest White Widow GHS Grow

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High there, I want to start a White Widow thread. These pics are at the most 3 months . First Veg was in small pots

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Next where moved into grow box and repotted, Sativa pheno in pure soil with Perlite from Compo. Indica phenos in half "Seramis" (for oxigen at roots) and top half Soil.

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cute babies man thanks for making a journal for us :)

Keep us updated and make hose babies blow ;)

Have a good grow

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Had to trim down first branches, for airflow thru the Box

Unluckyly nobody wanted clones

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After only 2,5 Weeks first Trichs showing, 3,5 Weeks in now and starting to get nice smell, Sativa pheno grew to much, gettin burned. need to lst a bit

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Crystals coming after 2,5 weeks

Sativa Pheno

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Looking good man, indeed 2,5 and already so much trichomes, that's a nice white family lady ;)

It's not the 125cfl anymore it seems yes?

Have a good grow keep us updated ;)

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Looking good man, indeed 2,5 and already so much trichomes, that's a nice white family lady ;)

It's not the 125cfl anymore it seems yes?

Have a good grow keep us updated ;)

Nope, got a 150watt HPS (and a MH but not used yet) plus an air-exaust with a carbon filter. change of lights after one week of flowering

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We see to few W.W in the forum. She is a classic and will be around for ever. Is that the GHSC original W.W?

They look happy and well. Nice of you to change that bulb. They will be more than happy, will you be able to handle the new temps?

I also have a few of those "sea gull" reflectors. If i where you i would bend out the reflector a little bit more. You can save a little bit of light :)

I bought the Lighting as a Set with a small 180m3 /h exaust, keeps the Temp at 24-27 C° . It hast to stay on all the time, and in the night it turns on three times to change the air.

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We see to few W.W in the forum. She is a classic and will be around for ever. Is that the GHSC original W.W?

They look happy and well. Nice of you to change that bulb. They will be more than happy, will you be able to handle the new temps?

I also have a few of those "sea gull" reflectors. If i where you i would bend out the reflector a little bit more. You can save a little bit of light :)

And Yes, it is the GHSC Original.

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Now in the 4th week of flowering i think there is an update needed. I took night shots, where you can see why they call it WW. I hope everything will close up nicely. Curently I am Drying them out , and giving them a high Level of Nutrients. (waiting on Powderfeeding, with the autoseeds) thats why I am only using "Substral" plant food. 7mL/1 L. It looks like it is doing the job, still gotta watch out, I saw some burnt leaftips, so I´ll go a bit easier on them .

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growing strong it seems thanks for the update man :)

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5 Weeks of flowering

The first and forth pic show the crystalformation very well, the first Pistills are just beginning to get orange. Now the Girls are getting Powderfeeding from GH, other feeding with "Substral" I have stopped to prevent overfeeding. I still let them dry out and sit for a day dry and then when the Lights go on I water them, (to lower the humidity at night when fan is off most of the time)(fan still turns on 3x per "night")

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gotta wait for these Girls before beginning the Autoflower Contest with four Kalashnikova Auto´s. (they will be in soil, with "Seramis" bottom and "Powderfeeding" from GH, 150w HPS)

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I took me a peek. Love what i saw. I really don´t see that burned leaf tips and i think you manage it all very good.

On the Main Cola you can see the burned leaftips.

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beautiful trichome production indeed :) and seems like they will end up with a very reasonable size :)

Thanks for the pics keep them coming ;)

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High 2gether,

Now the White Widow Girls are 7 weeks into flowering.

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god they keep on growing nicely it seems ;)

Thanks for the lil news, have a good grow

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