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So first off this is more of a flowering journal than a whole grow journal. I don't have any pics from when they were seedlings or vegging.
Anyways I started these plants pretty late around mid May I think I don't know for sure. I started with 8 but one was male and 2 of them died pretty young. I had them vegging 18/6 under a 600w blue spectrum enhanced HPS light for a while then decided to flower them outside. I'm hoping they will be done before it starts to freeze at night or I'll have to take them back inside.
I started these plants in rock wool cubes after doing the regular paper towel germination method. I then transplanted them into 1 gallon pots filled with Roots Organics soil then later transplanted again into 5 gallon pots. I was using Botanicare veg on them then switched to Botanicare bloom 1-4-5 and started using Botanicare Sweet as well, I'm gonna wait a couple weeks then give them some BioBoost by BioCanna (got a free bottle from a local hydro shop) I've also been using some neem oil and a little soap in a spray bottle for pests.
And now the pictures (Just ignore the small plants you see here and there, they're basically just experiments I'm not expecting to get more then a couple grams from them ) #1
#5 Looks kind of strange not sure what's wrong with it, I hope it's nothing because this plant has pink hairs
Quote: kickin-two-hundo said: i'd would take them out and treat them like queens. beauts.
What??? but anyways they haven't been flowering for very long I think I left them in the grow tent for too long if thats what kickin means. I'm in New England so I need these plants to finish quickly as well it's already pretty cold, gonna be 48F tonight.
Heh,I just moved here(Pittsburgh) from outside of Boston(Danvers). Been lookin at differences btwn indicas and sativas so much, the images are burned into my retinas.. Pretty sure we'll both be in the 8-9 week flowering category..Here's my girl, I only have the one, Althea..
It's been 9 days since the last pictures and I've had to spray them with more neem oil and some Serenade for mold. I pruned them as well and they're looking much better, finally starting to get frosty. They're still being fed Sweet and 1-4-5 bloom