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by, 07-05-2012 at 08:54 AM (503 Views)
10 inch fan
12 inch pot
all purpose professinal mix soil 60%
shrimp compost 40%
botanicare products pro soil bloom, pure blend veg,cal mag plus,silica
ph up and down
blue lab ec meter
2gal watering bottle
one of three seeds jack herer from greenhouse or bhutanese thimple from malberry or bag seed
I had all three seeded and then i placed them in a bowl on a high shelf in the bathroom for the humidity and in checking on them i mixed them up!
the cat got to one of them after i had transplanted them and the other 2 were doing great untill i flicked the switch. balls appeared what seemed like balls anyways could have been pistolet sac's but didnt want to take a chance & cut that sucka down. in the mists of doing that i found one branch with none to be seen so i took a chance and put it out side who knows? i believe the one that is still growing is jack herer or the bag seed , the one that leads me to believe its jack is the bag seed was supposed to be blueberry and is normally a smaller plant and this one is fairly big after a week and a half from the switch.
veg was 1 gallon water
p.b.p. veg, powerzyme,mystic root,silica,calmag plus,
ph to 5.5 to 7.0 i like to vary it in the soil 7.0 being the water alone as i dont feed all the time
( i checked the run off and ec was off the meter)
At transition was just water 1 gallon phd around 5.5+/-(even after you add the water the ph goes to around 7 with the soil any ways)
first watering after transition was 50/50 pure.blend.pro. veg and bloom
mystic root and power zime cal mag and silica
ph'd 5.5 it took almost a full day for all the water to be soaked up
(didnt check the run off yet)
july 1 was when i noticed the flowers appearing and the 2nd was when i got rid of the male and tossed it out side after the trimming ,with the garden vegetables going (yellow tomatoes,spinach,peas,coriander and lettuce) all using same earth and shimp compost mix also.