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DamDave

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DamDave last won the day on February 27

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About DamDave

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    Early Flower

Grower Info

  • Current strains growing
    Jack Berry, Auto Purple Glam Kush x KC's Strawberry, Durban Poison, Choc Gelato x Slurricane, Choc Gelato x Ghost Train Haze, African Bhudda, Master Lester, Glamberry x Lemon Jedi OG, Ghost Train Haze x Orange Kush Cake.
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    Soil
  • Preferred Lighting
    LED
  • Favourite Strains
    Jack Berry
  • Grow Room Setup
    2 x cabinet
  • Indoor or Outdoor
    Indoors and Outdoors
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Slowboat, vap

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  1. African Buddha from @Daggafontein Genetics got the Early Harvest chop this morning. There is one left that I'll be leaving as long as possible. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  2. Week 9. Outdoor going strong. Bug free and mould free for now.
  3. Hey man [emoji20]. Mine had a rough start but luckily ended up with 2 females. One left in the shade house which I'll be leaving for a bit longer. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  4. And Master Lester got the chop. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  5. Little update on the Glamberry x Lemon Jedi OG. 10l pots and these girls are huge. Loving it @Bay Seeds . Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  6. Yeah, thanks. I'm lucky to have borehole water ph 6.5 - 6.7 and the landlady wants to have it re-tested for mineral properties. On the soil side I have been getting ahead of myself. Started growing with propagation soil used on the nursery, it worked. Got cocky and thought hey, make my own. Leave that to the professionals guys, I support a local guy who knows his soil now. Live and learn. I'm setting myself up for a massive winter grow failure. My reasoning, did that, learnt the hard way, learnt what to change. Hell, my shade house might be perfect for a winter grow. Who knows? Sent from my
  7. Week 8. Indoor took a turn for the worst. Looked like a magnesium problem. Tried some Epsom salts and week 9 decided to move them to the shade house and see what happens. All honesty, think I fucked up the soil. Had old soil mixed with Super Grow potting soil for our nursery gig. I kinda think my cabinet could also need some help on the environment control side. Will be starting a thread for help on that topic soon. Left with the outdoor at week 8. They stretched a bit, same as the indoor did in the beginning but are starting to flex some muscle now.
  8. A little bit of@Totemic Choc Gelato x Slurricane frostiness. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  9. I for one am looking at local genetics.@Totemic I'm enjoying growing. Another local I'm having good results with is @Bay Seeds . My mother plant library consisting of 17 plants at the moment, have got an infestation on a couple of plants. Not on the totemic or bay seeds though which says a lot to me. Sent from my DRA-LX5 using Tapatalk
  10. Week 7 I have some sort of deficiency on the indoor. I have the GHE tri part nutrient range but not sure if i should use it growing in soil. Outdoor have started showing sex, pulled 7 males from 33. 26 left looking like female.
  11. I'm coming across wrong. I'm trying to understand the difference between the way feminizing seeds naturally to doing it commercially. Commercial I sort of understand but old school must have been a labour of love. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  12. But you guys are using chemicals, correct? What would the procedure be naturally? You would need a dedicated grow environment for starters, then some manual labour. Sent from my LM-X210(G) using Tapatalk
  13. Man! I think you opening a can of worms here. I've been reading up on feminizing seed and the process involved. It was out of curiosity and I was not thinking about doing it. Definitely leaving that process to the professionals now. Depending on which route you take is gonna involve a bit of horticulture doing it old school to a bit of science going commercial. May be wrong, but hey, blame google. That's why this site is so informative.[emoji109] Sent from my DRA-LX5 using Tapatalk
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