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Blueberry Headband Organic First Grow

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EMERALD TRIANGLE SEEDS BLUEBERRY HEADBAND

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Nice :) Looks good so far :D

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nice start man thanks for opening a journal! I move it to the correct room here is only for the indoor cup which is closed now.

Best of luck with your grow she has a nice color and sharp leaves already, i'll stick around to follow ;)

Have a good grow

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Why not bury the stem more? Up to the cotyledon or almost up to it?

And for the temps you can go with PC fans in the tent.

Have some near the bottom pulling air in, and some near the top pulling air out.

Having one or two fans in the tent will help out some too.

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Get a fan on that bush ASAP! That stem is looking very FRAIL! A fan will help strengthen that.

Color is AWESOME THO!

And Pot that stem up when you transplant next time!

My 2cents lol!

Bless

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good looking start to your grow brother! one suggestion on the heat...if you decide to go back to the HPS in your tent consider the timing of your 12:12 cycle. by that i mean if your 12:12 cycle coincides with, say 8a - 8p on and 8p - 8a off you could flip that and let the lights on cycle be during the evening hours. i also use a grow tent and i keep it in my garage so i really don't have a choice to flip my garden's day / night to the opposite of actual day / night. it makes a noticable difference.

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looking nice man thanks for the news, steady look, looks strong :) Andi hope she will continue like this till the end ;)

Have a good grow

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awwwww, just love baby pics, makes me feel all Fuzzy-Wuzzy inside.

Follow this one, heard a lot about this strain. :cool:

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Hey man,

Hopefully you don't get an adverse effect from topping it while flowering!

I'm sure it happens accidentally in nature all the time, so the plant will be ready for it...

It's just that normally, you don't cut the plants in flowering.

But looking good :) Very photogenic!

Also, def. a different pheno than the one I had.

The one I had ended up being a bubba/blueberry dominant pheno...very earthy, blueberry aroma..

So look out for the kushy and gasoline aroma from the OG and Sour!

No time soon tho, like 3 more weeks from that at least..

Better make sure your prepared for the stentch. It's on the way!

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Nice!

If you get a blueberry or bubba dominant pheno, you'll be fine.

If you get a Sour or OG dominant one then you might need another Ona lol.

And yeahh man, things aren't as good as they could be but they're not at bad as the could be either, so I can't complain!

Bless

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