Post By tylerh
AK-48, Blue Chesse Grow Journal Outdoor Grow in the
The Grow Room forums; AK-48
Started from Nirvana AK-48 Feminized seeds . Germinated and placed in potting soil now being fed (just grew 6th ...
AK-48, Blue Chesse Grow Journal Outdoor Grow
Started from Nirvana AK-48 Feminized seeds. Germinated and placed in potting soil now being fed (just grew 6th node) with local hydroponic store soil formula at half strength. Sitting under CFL in pots awaiting to get big enough to go outdoors. Plants are being teased with outdoors when conditions are ideal. Sitting under 24-0.
Started from Barney`s Farm Feminized, germinated at same time as AK-48. Plants are far behind and being kept in identical conditions as the AK. I seem to have two different phenotypes. The second of which is growing very oddly. Instead of sprouting new growth from the center it seems to have topped itself almost and is growing two main stems naturally. Here are two pics of the young girl.
If anybody could shed some light on this, I would appreciate it. Spent the cash on all feminized seeds, hope this Blue Cheese won`t hermie on me. Anywho I will keep this journal posted. Also have Bubblicious already in the ground!!!!!! Hopefully if we get the weather here the AK will be in this week, and the B/C next week.
Going to start LST this week on the AK, has plenty of under leaves that dont see any light. Hope this will help the transplant. Also, g/f is a hair dresser, since Im going guerilla style heard that human hair will keep things like deer away. Going to try it instead of fishing line which is way too obvious to human traffic.
im a first time grower myself nut them barny bluecheese grow very fast , i was amazed to be honest , but take forever to flower 10 weeks 12 weeks it took me maybe i did it wrong
same things happened to 2 of my plants it was lite they toped themself aswell , but i ended up with 3 big colons on the plant was great
dont know if it helps any . but bluecheese
These have been growing side by side my AK-48 and they are half the size of the AK. However still look delicious, and smell potent as fuck!! Hence the blue cheese I guess.
Originally Posted by ruudong
Just put the AK in ground. Found excellent spot in sea of green type growing. Should see 6-8 hours of direct sunlight. I dug a whole about 16"x36" and 16" deep. I Placed two plants per hole. I filled with black earth and then topped with composted sheep manure using a 50/50 ratio. Im hoping this much sheep shit wont burn the plants. Anyways heres a look at the girls before they went out.
Anybody feel free to post or comment here. Nothing to hide just looking to learn some new things.
Last edited by tylerh; 06-09-2012 at 09:43 PM.
Having some bug issues with all three strains. Tried applying garlic with water mix today. Misted on the girls and on the underneath.
Here is the AK-48 after nearly 2 weeks in the ground they have doubled in size..
The Blue Cheese looks good too take a look at the beautiful blue hues on this BF B/C
This is my bubblicious. It has been in the ground for about 3 weeks now. It is stuck nicely directly opposed to a huge poison ivy patch. Found that out the hard way!!
well we used it on a camping trip to deter wild boar... was the most hillarious secret my buddy ever kept "oh i got a secret tool against boar attacks, have no fear ^_^"
i so laughed my ass off when he pulled out a huge bag of hair from his carefully stuffed trecking bag...
but well it worked i just dont know if it was the hair or the 5 star camping ground
i assume animals that had negative contact with humans remember the scent and avoid it, however hair and the like attracts other animals like mites and so on who feast on them, doesnt mean that it will be pests that attack your plants tho
how did the garlic spray work? i dont wanna use chilli on mine and would love to hear results of non chilli spray ^_^ (so afraid of chilli... and well i made a salsa out of it tbh)
and maybe remove some of that grass from the direct surroundings of your plants... not sure how important it is to the guerilla idea but it looks quite hungry and might take away some sunshine
Last edited by redcarp; 06-22-2012 at 09:26 AM.
So Far the garlic water mist has been working excellent. No bug holes in new growth since Ive used it. Or old growth for that matter. Didnt go woth the chilli peppers. Clogged up the sprayer during trial before I got to the plants. But the garlic water I would suggest. Just kieep it off the buds.