Discussion in 'Stealth / Micro / Cab Growing' started by morvis, Oct 16, 2016.
That Jack looks banging. Nice work here mate
I trimmed the jack over 100 and 75 micron screens, here's what fell through both screens onto the mirror at the bottom without otherwise disturbing the screens, pressed into a little hash block. .75g.
During the early flowering stretch, I took a couple cuttings from each plant to try my hand at cloning.
They all took, I gave 2 to a buddy and put these 2 into flowering a month ago on May 21st. I kept the 2 on the right. The far right one is super lemon haze. It almost died in cloning, and the 2nd from the right is Jack Herer.
Lemon haze on the left here.
What a difference a month makes! And all I did up until today was put the little guys in these 2 gallon clothies and mostly fed rain water with a teaspoon per gallon of black strap.
I gave a half strength of 'mid flowering' NFTG recipe today. These I'm just letting flower out without the scrog or any other manipulation other than plucking some low lying sucker buds.
SLH top cola
JH top cola
The SLH jarred up. 20-30 grams per jar, plus about 35 or so grams of trim and airy buds that will see the sift screens after a few days of getting good n dry.
I was using the flowering cabinet as the drying cabinet. Now that it's freed up I got the clones set up proper. Can't wait to see how these turn out!
Good looking harvest!
Round 2 is officially underway. Clones have gone into dirt.
This time, no strain mixing and 3 cuts of Bubba Kush femenized.
Hanging out with mama in the veg box for now.
Man I love the cabinet and your vids look amazing. Great work!
Thanks man. What vids do I have?
Not vids plants....stupid fat thumbs
=) right on
3-5 weeks I'd say on these 2 here
Decided a different strategy on my time with the Bubba Kush. Decided to put the mother into flowering because I will need the space soon, that will give me a nice little early teaser on her and see how she flowers and thought it may give me a better idea how how to strategise the 3 plant scrog. This may be the pattern on how future runs go for new strains as well. Apparently BK is an 8 week strain so that will give plenty of time for the little ones to fill on out and settle in pretty much ready to flower by then.
I'll just take cuttings off of these a week or so before flowering time to root out for the next round and probably do 2 or 3 runs of this one. I really like my indicas.
and one last for today. Figured they could do better....
Been a bit, here's those girls now.
The scrawny one is the one that spent a few weeks in a plastic planter. Sure can tell a difference!
These have just been given water and the occasional dose of blackstrap in the water until today.
I wanted to take foxfarm trio pack on amazon for a run so I gave a 1/2 dose today and did a little bit of topping and tucking after I took pictures. and now I'll just let them go the rest of the downstairs time. with the occasional pinning down.
I did leave the runt alone for now, I may do a round of topping in a few days I want to see how it responds to the fox farm without interference.
about 3 more weeks or so in the veg box. Once my beta run (the mother I cut these 3 clones from) gets done flowering.
See ya in a few weeks.
All settled in to their flowering home. I'm running 18/6 for a couple weeks still to let them fill out a bit more before budding.
Your set up is amazing! As you fine tune it you will probably double what you got last round. One note I may add, looks like there's a constant leaf tip burn, maybe the nutes are a little too high? Have noticed that those tip burns too
Thanks. I've put a lot of time and money into it =). Yea I'm getting used to managing my nutes still. I've swapped to the foxfarm trio with this current run. I figured between figuring out the plants, the nutes, and getting my cabinet tweaked just right, will take about a year overall.
I love that lemon haze 12/12 clone
I can't wait to do a straight run of lemon haze. I won't mix strains in a grow again, that's for sure. I don't have enough room for staggered finishing weeks.
Damn, I didn't realize it's been a month since I last posted!
I put these in flowering hours Oct 1st.
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