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Bospatrollie2

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  • Current strains growing
    Swazi Gold, Mango Skunk, Lemon and Lime, Sour diesel, Unknown fem Haze
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    Organic soil composted and amended soil.
  • Preferred Lighting
    Sunlight and LED
  • Favourite Strains
    Mango Skunk, Charlottes Angel/daughters, Purple haze, White widow
  • Grow Room Setup
    None
  • Preferred Nutrients
    Seagrow, AACT, Biobizz
  • Indoor or Outdoor
    Outdoors
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Spliff and pipe.

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  1. Lekker. Enjoy. Have a look around and ask questions. Learnt a lot on the forum. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  2. Hi@Vanessa In the later stages of flowering the plant pushes a lot of nutrients into its buds. Even pulling nutes out of leaves and directing it into the buds as the plant finishes up. ''Yellowing'' is normal up to a point, there are certain ''abnormal'' conditions that may look or present similar like: ph fluctuations, root problems, N and S defs. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  3. Howzit 420SA, Pic 1-3. A Purple Bud from Seedsman A Indica dominant hydrid that goes purple during lower temps. Got some fris sticky buds developing. We will wait and see what she does. Pic 4-7. Nice frosty WW X CHEESE sativa lady. Sweet and fruity. Pic 8-10. Our inhouse Fruitpunch auto lady doing her thing. Fruity mango scents and solid buds thanks to her Ruderalis moms' roots (pheno A) Pic 11-14. Another Fruitpunch lady leaning more towards her Swazi gold fathers side(pheno B) We wanted big and we got bigger. Pic 15-17. White widow lady struggling to carry her buds. Looks like the plant structure did not develop well enough, but her buds are sweet. Pic 18. The new generation of f3 Fruitpunch auto girls doing their thing.
  4. It works, the cutting draws up the colour and it looks impressive. BUT be aware.... it is nearly unsmokable afterwards. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  5. 3 pointed leaves. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks @Vanessa Takelot- SA based distributor. Quite interested to see the winter conditions and the plants reaction. Think it should be good for autos and veggies. Our summer was a bit too hot and humid, so we will be modifying it bit more to improve ventilation and airflow for next summer. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  7. Took a quick pic this morning. Girls are doing well, most are in flower- various stages. But I'm not without issues. Still battling the Fusaria fungal problem, it's only affecting certain plants, only 3 so far. Might have been a bad batch of soil from the nursery, I dont know. The cinnamon and honey mix seems to check it for about a week and then it carries on, starving branches of nutes untill it wilts completely. The clove and nicotine sprays keep the worms and spidermites in check but those mites are hardy buggers and keep coming back. Need more companion plants to keep them busy. Funny enough my outdoor ladies are experiencing far less issues than in the greenhouse/tunnel. First Fruitpunch babies have germed for the start of the winter grow. Stay safe and grow well. Peace 420SA
  8. Bliksem....no such thing here either. You guys are lucky down in the Cape. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  9. I've had plants do that when they reveg, but some of my earlier Mango Kush ladies had 3 pointed leaves and they were grown from seed. Maybe some genetic anomaly caused it but, I'm sure it's not always a mutation. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  10. They doing great. 2x Ladies in the greenhouse are still flowering (checking trichs). Only harvested 1x outdoor girl so far.(taste tests were very good) Still got a big lady in the ground with about another week to go. But will do an proper update on the thread. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  11. The forest of delight is starting to get yummy. 1/2. The GG cut from @Mambawana Looking pretty, she's putting on weight and started leaning over, will be needing extra support. 3/4. Our FruitPunch lady doing what she does best and getting top heavy. We had some heavy rain for a few days last week, some of the outdoor ladies started drooping. I'm assuming it was a sign of ''over watering'',luckily the rain stopped and they all looking perky again.
  12. Ahoy@Dank We also enjoy the Swazi flavours, we have 3 ladies, all cuts from last year as we couldnt procure any swazi pollen. They just started preflowering- very late starters. The Fruitpunch leans heavily to the moms fruity sweet mango flavours, but some of the Swazi citrus does sneak in. We like the way the buds form all along her stem and branches, with the minimum of sugar leaves- she's a breeze to trim. The babies planted out yesterday have peaked above ground and some are allready 30mm tall. 12 out of 20 isn't terrible for year old beans. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
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