Well, bringing clones in gave me powdery mildew. Dammit. I've been keeping on top of it with seranade, and I havn't lost anything to it yet. My khat plant is doing great, I have two others that are smaller but also look very healthy. My romulans are all flowering with the others now. I'm finishing every herb plant in my room. After that I'm going to harden off my Khat plants and sterilize everything in my cab. Start over from seed and never bring clones in again. Hopefully when I stop spraying seranade
Alright, so all but one of the new Romulan X Burmese has sprouted. One of them is sickly, and one is having trouble breaking free of it's seed membrane. The rest are stretching towards my T5s so I put them a bit closer.
The supposed "Purple Kush" dried out a bit after being transplanted just before new years. I got back three days later to find the soil dry, and the plants wilting. They seem happier now though. They are showing little roots near the bottom of their pots,
So I was a bit bothered by the fact that I was running my six planter DWC rubbermaid with only 2 clones in it, as it's alot of water to lift, so I figured I may just put them in soil for now. I carefully cut the net pots from around them and din't lose to many roots. I then planted them in 4" square pots, sifting organic cactus compost through the roots so that they stayed spread out in the soil. It has only been 4 hours, but they don't look to freaked out yet.
I went to the
I came back from my christmas break and my house smelled skunky as hell. None of my Jas Bud seeds germed, but I have to say I figure it was the seeds. My so called "kush" bagseed sprouted great. I'm getting new clones soon, as these plants may go hermy (again, bagseed).
A couple of weeks ago I got root rot! Fixed it with a dilute peroxide soak, and a cleaning of my rubbermaids. Started using peroxide regularly, and also adding a thrive supplement which really invigorates
It's been about 5 days since these first saw water, and they seem slow to germinate. Only a couple so far, and they seem slow. The bagseed "kush" seed has sprouted with gusto under identical conditions. Turned up the light i'm using to bottom heat, now sitting around 28 deg. celcius. One of the Rivea corymbosa in dirt has sprouted. The wormwood, sinicuichi, and tree tobacco have all also all sprouted.