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Bospatrollie2

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    Mid Flower

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  • Current strains growing
    Swazi Gold, Fruitpunch, Seedsman-Purple Bud, Kalashnikof-Purple Russian Express, Seedsman Lemonchello. .
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    Own Organic soil.
  • Preferred Lighting
    Sunlight and LED
  • Favourite Strains
    Mango Skunk, Chocolope, Purple Bud, Vanilla Kush, White widow, Fruit Punch, Swazi Gold..
  • Grow Room Setup
    Outdoor green house.
  • Preferred Nutrients
    Seagrow, Ecobuz, Biobizz.
  • Indoor or Outdoor
    Outdoors
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Spliff and pipe.

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  1. Dog pellets are good fungi fodder. 10min soak in water and left outside to be colonised, then into the mix. Still want to try the cooked rice. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  2. Her colours are awesome, she went dark real quick with the cold snaps this winter. Got about 50/50 clear and milky on the trichs- about a week or two to go. Terps are pungent, sweet and fruity- will see whats, what after she's harvested and cured. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  3. Aweh, Hope the fellow outdoor growers are getting their soil preps sorted. Mine's been cooking for a while and amendments went in, compost is being sifted and many batches of AACT innoculations have been administered. Managed to do some research into SST(seed sprout tea) and decided to give it a go as the science is solid from numerous sources. Settled on mungbean for veg and corn for flower, ladies got their first taste of the new tea today. Reaction from the ladies is positive so far, will keep an eye. Both the Pineapple express and Fruitpunch ladies are bearing seed after manual pollination. Especially excited for the Purple PE pheno. Cheers
  4. Seedlings can bend like that if their roots are to shallow following a transplant. Wind or weight of water can bend them too. Don't spray them with water, the weight of the water on the leaves bends them over. Rather pour in a 15cm ring around the seedling to stimulate the roots to go ''look'' for water. Have had a few like that but they recovered without ill effect. If you want- you can gently straighten the stem and ''build'' a cone around the stem to keep it upright/supported. (don't snap the stem!!) The leaves will be crooked, but will eventually straighten as it follows the sun/light. Up to you. Cheers Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  5. Welcome to the forum. Enjoy the journey. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  6. Aweh fellow greenfingers, Been playing around this winter, a few crosses and a spot of breeding. Prepping siol for summer etc... Managed to grow some odd beans on the side and found this pretty lady.
  7. Grow them on the side, search the pack. There might be something good in there. It's like looking for gold.. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  8. Prefer fabric Woolies carrier bags to plastic, 25lt buckets and 60lit tubs. Also have some 20lit fabric pots from cannabist, they all work for us. Carrying them is difficult and it will prove a task if you have 10 or more plants to move every day. Some plants will only yield about 30-40gr dry, but I've managed more than 200gr off some plants in 25lt bag and 60lt tub respectively. It depends on so many factors. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  9. No probs. Some photos finish faster than others and it's a blessing as you don't want all those plants finishing at the same time. We stagger our grows about 30 days apart to lighten up on the trimming. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  10. G.house early in summer will produce some tall trees. But not all the plants will grow tall, depends on the genetics and the size of the pot. I maxed out my 2.4m headspace with a few in 30 and 60lit pots, but it's possible with proper topping and some lst. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  11. Judging by the curly leaves at the top, she looks to be revegging as well. 2nd the comments. Prep pots/bags and soil for a good summer grow. What about planting some auto flowering (10-12 week to flower) strains that could help tide you over untill the summer harvest is ready? Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  12. Welcome. Glad kzn is representing. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  13. Aweh. Winter is a problem for outdoor growers. Either you grow indoors or you can plant auto's. Otherwise go big in summer. Now is the time for outdoor growers to be prepping soil for summer. This is the wrong time of the year to be planting photoperiod plants. You can plant autoflowering strains that may yield better in winter. (I've harvested 30-40gr dry off auto's this winter) Photoperiods will grow but remain small till they reach sexual maturity and due to the short days will start flowering very quickly- yield will be small.(like the pics) Depending on where you grow ambient winter temps will also affect the growth of the plants. They don't like very cold temps, but can survive. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
  14. Here's a good explanation on trichome colours for harvesting. Bit you need some magnification- jewelers loupe etc. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
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