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Organic GSR Black Poison in homemade hydro

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This black poison from GSR has been going for a couple months. Not in flower yet, but about to switch any day. I made a self-watering system for a clients project, two 25l buckets in each eachother, the top one with a netted pot inserted at the bottom to collect the water from the bottom bucket. And a piece of pvc to water through, but its easy enough just to lift the pot out and pour the water in that is needed.

Soil
100% organic. Compoost, potting soil, epsom salts, use a number of homemade teas  ( dandelion, weed, eggs shells etc ) . No external sources of nutes except the epsoms which comes directly from the mine. I will be buying mollasses soon, always love the flavour.

Water
Aerated rain water only.

Mulch
Always mulch with dried, aged donkey manure. Holds water nicely, prevents evaporation and leaches nutrients down.

Growth from 24th Nov

Growth 4th Dec



Sadly we are going through a heavy drought and food is scarce. My leaves are being eaten by either my dogs or chickens. They are welcome. Need to give this plant a bit of a prune and cleanup, take some clones for a last wack at a quick harvest before winter.

Sorry not a great picture. But here is the growth for the past month.


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Happy Growing.

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Looking good man, do you plan to feed any nutes in bloom? 

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@CreX yes, when they flower, just have a look, but will make a molasses tea, compost tea,  and add a whole bunch of other things. I will try and remember to post them here. Probably going to top this plant at some stage too. It definitely needs a big clean up, its actually looking sad.

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@Chris Jay 

Plant looks happy bru. Are you going to transplant into a bigger pot or is that self watering system you made sufficient at flowering a plant that size?

Besides your current grow, how has been your past experiences growing gsr's gear?

I wonder if their in-house genetics are actually from Bulk seedbank or they doing their own crosses... would be nice if they documented their breeding, would earn them some rep.

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@Mambawana Not really happy, you can see and feel it. Its lacking attention. It will be more than enough to flower in, once I have topped it. GSR only had good experience with them. Had one of my best smokes from them, sour gelato. A mate grew it in hydro though, under some bomb lights, from growguru. They actually had a few problems with the seeds, but it was the way they were germinating. I think they do alot of genetics themselves, but also resell alot. They have facilities in the states that do some of the breeding work for them.

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would be nice if they documented their breeding, would earn them some rep.

I have mentioned that to them.

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What soil are you using? A home mix of compost or store bought? 

Plants are looking green all the way down which is nice to see. 

Are they sunshine babies? Or indoor

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@CreX Totally homemade. Generally no external resources, all locally claimed stuff. I make compost throughout the year and use a variety of manures from the farm and neighbours. External resources are epsom salts from a friends mine, I will be buying molasses soon and collecting kelp from the beach to make a tea. Go as far as chopping my own wood and using the ash for the soil too.

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Sounds like a lot of hard work man! 

But totes worth it in the end👌

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Ahh not really, and totally worth it. Get goats, that is alot of hard work, especially when people have trained them as house pets. Luckily its all coming together and they have found their place. Love turning compost, when I get the energy or want to let off steam. Cheers.

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Gave her a quick manicure last night before her first public appearance but sadly got hit by loadshitting. And have started a small flame. So this black poison from GSR will be my entry to the 112th Bathurst Agricultural Show. Its already the 2nd plant entered and many many more potentials. Serious judges and serious prizes.

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The 2020 Bathurst Agricultural Show is around the corner, only a few months away! This year is going to be a big year for cannabis too! The Bathurst Agricultural Society has included cannabis sativa as an official category gardeners and growers may enter into. This will the 112th annual agricultural show and packed with its traditional events and it should be a bumper year. So brace yourself for the 3,4,5 April 2020. Source

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Okjust caught some trouble on FB:

I dare anyone with a big mouth to enter. You might be lucky to get 2nd prize.I entering eggs, goats, pigs and cannabis. And only going for 1st place, no 2nd best eggs in Lower Albany! Pierre Rossouw you were lucky last year for best eggs. New comers luck,your eggs suck.

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Bro we got back orders for eggs and only support our regular buyers.. Just causing kaka with the winner of eggs. Been walking around saying we the 2nd best eggs in  Lower Albany. Fuck that crap. I wont to won goats ( Boer ) ,pigs ( Landrace ) , chickens ( rhode island red ) and black poison in cannabis. I will also win pineapple throw champion of the world ( 39 metres) . I want to break 40 metres this year and keep the belt.  if you dont eneter you dont win. What i do know is you will win Pink Kush from the legit reeferman.co which was a cannabis cup winner and currently be grown in Colombia. 



 

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Would love to attend just as a spectator but I'm in kzn. Hope you take pics and post here.

Especially of the pineapple throw...

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Ok. My brother in law has a farm near the Midlands in kzn. I'm thinking of doing something similar to the pic above.

We go there every 2-3 months to ride dirt bikes, some of the most beautiful natural scenery I've ever seen.

Was thinking of clearing a 25m squared area and drop some seeds. Then check on them every time we go back to ride.

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That is a swell idea. What is so nice about that area is almost no maintenance required. Pop a bean at grows. Perfect climate. I really do miss the midlands. Found a little spot here that as you walk into the valley, the vegetation changes and climate changes, and reminds of Natal. Good luck and pop those beans.

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