mainlining white widow and super skunk

Discussion in 'Seed and Strain Reviews' started by smij54, Dec 24, 2013.

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    smij54

    smij54 Member

    I was wondering if anyone has any experience with ww. White widow seems to be quite slower than the super skunk on the recovery time after topping. These clones were taken on 11/17, transplanted on 12/8, topped on 12/15, and topped again on 12/22. You can see the obvious difference in growth. They have all been treated the same, besides the containers. I have to say, I believe that the insulated containers are a huge benefit and I will use them religiously from now on. Thanks for looking and I appreciate any feedback 1387883230788.jpg 1387883360269.jpg 1387883796446.jpg 1387883935897.jpg
    The mother plants are from seed, both very healthy and loaded with growth for clones. (13" tall from the dirt)
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    schuylaar

    schuylaar Well-Known Member

    ww buds are small and delicate as is the plant and some you shouldn't top as they don't respond well..i've never topped any of my ww/white siberian or anything "white" for that matter..i LST for maximum bud development..i google before a strain before i chop..check here http://en.seedfinder.eu/search/ for further insight.
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    Pinworm

    Pinworm Well-Known Member

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    mycomaster

    mycomaster Well-Known Member

    Lovin everything so far, lookin good. I've ML'd quite a few strains now, and some will respond better than others, but you can do it to any strain, if you have the patience. I'll tell you right now, the yields, and quality of flowers are mind blowing when you ML. After I ML'd my first plant, and seen the yield, I never looked back. Perpetual love, and admiration for good ol Nugbuckets for the killer tech. Best wishes for your success bro. I seen you're in KY, north, south, east, west?
    Peace & Love. Myco
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    Pinworm

    Pinworm Well-Known Member

    MYCO! I missed you bud! So fucking good to feel your presence!

    Take it from me OP, this gentleman would not lead you a-stray!
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    mycomaster

    mycomaster Well-Known Member

    Great to see you kickin around too pin! Enjoy the Holiday's, for what they're worth.
    Peace & Love. Myco
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    smij54

    smij54 Member

    Nugbuckets is the source of my mainlining information. I'm looking forward to seeing the yields in comparison. Just doing 4 colas on each to save some time. Central ky, Lexington area.
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    AimAim

    AimAim Well-Known Member

    I grew a WW this spring and topped, supercropped and LST'd her hard. Go to post #101 in my Spring grow, her last picture taken before harvest. Maybe you consider her buds "small and delicate", but I don't. Also another "white" (rhino) that grow. And A WW X BG cross growing this grow.

    But this was my first indoor grow after outdoor growing for decades so I don't have much in the way of experience.

    EDIT: Experience indoors I meant.
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    smij54

    smij54 Member

    Me and ww are just not getting along. Took 10 clones each of ww and ss two weeks ago. All conditions are 100% equal.
    Ww only 60% survival rate
    ss 90% , and the one that didn't make it was totally my fault. Somehow only about a half inch was in the soil.
    I typically have 90-100% success. Time to look for a different strain that has similar yield, potency, and flowering time as the ww. If anyone has any tips for ww I would be grateful, I don't want to waste the seeds and plants I already have. Thanks again!

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