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SATORI F2 X QUERKLE MALE PROJECT

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by im4satori, Dec 21, 2016.

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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    so I guess im going to journal

    any of those breeders out there... happy to have you on board

    im new to breeding.. been buy beans for too looong!

    at the moment I have a few satori f2 plants
    two weeks into flower and im looking for a couple stand outs to cross to a very vigorous bushy branchy querkle male

    I hope the querkle (indica)male throws nice flavors that its known for

    the satori f1 from mandala (sativa) are the absolute best structured plants ive ever seen.. great yields and the plants are perfectly shaped and very short and they hold there own weight with thick sturdy branches... the flavors are all varying degrees of mint a tiny bit of spice and fresh herbs and somewhat mild but absolutely unique in comparison to most
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    I have 2 clones from a querkle male plant..
    one currently 1 week into flower

    sorry I am out of order

    the first male clone is meant to pollinate a sour diesel female2 weeks into flower (indica leaning) from a pack of rsvr prevada!
    the choosen pheno has nice hard buds and smells sour but with a hint of sweetness (maybe grape)
    I choose her for her good yields and hard buds

    the second male querkle clone is still in veg waiting for the satori f2 keeper that I am currently focused on

    pics coming soon
     
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    im4satori

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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    the 3 pics above are the satori f2 plants from seed
    I will be choosing the best of those to cross to my querkle stud

    so selection will be the first priority before breeding
     
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    im4satori

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    the satori f2 thus far are relatively uniformed with only difference being height

    there all wide leaf with thick strong branches
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    week two of flower
    theres an OG#18 and a sour kush in the back right corner
    all the others are satorif2
    IMG_0847.JPG
    querkle male
    IMG_0848.JPG

    this male isn't getting much light.. when it gets full light he's a bushy son of a bitch
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2016
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    im4satori

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    so lets talk gear

    4x4 area
    1 light 1150 watt double end (DE) gravita bulb
    drip feed/ drain to waste
    mix my own nutes from raw salts
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Subbed.

    I'm liking what I see.
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    ah yes
    I was trying to give you an invite
    thanks for joining in

    speak freely
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Thank you.
     
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    im4satori

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    im4satori

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    pics above are solo shots of one of the satori f2 at 2 weeks 12/12

    they've got such nice growth pattern.. most plants crowded as much as these are would be stretching to high heaven... but these stay stout
     
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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    this control box is absolutely the bomb

    the EVC2 sentinel controller

    it last forever and is able to handle a descent load... 75pint dehumidifier with 2 very large fans all working continuous and the control box is good

    plus it has so many control options... adjustable dead band is super useful!!!

    humidity controller has an option that allows you to transfer the setting parameters to control the exhaust fan or disconnect exhaust fan to control the humidity by the dehumidifier.
    so you can tell the controller to either;
    A) engage the exhaust fan to lower humidity
    or
    B) engage the dehumifier to lower humidity (leaving exhaust fan disengaged)

    the benefits are
    great if for running c02 during winter since exhaust fan runs less often

    also it prevents your room from freezing out in an attempt to reduce humidity during lights out or even during lights on when its raining and cold and your fans just wont shut down despit the fact its 50 degrees in your room because its unable to achieve the humidity set point

    this controller solves those issues

    the temp dead band control option turns out to be useful for all kinds of reasons
    basically most controllers have a std 3 degree differential; meaning if its set to 75 degrees the fan will run until it reaches 72 then shut down and re-engage at 75 and repeat

    this controller allows the dead band to be from 1 degree up to 10 degree

    being able to change the dead band will reduce how often the fan kicks on and off which could be a huge benefit to someone running co2

    I am not currently running co2 but have in the past

    I just don't want to add the extra heat and I get enough for me and the mrs as it is from just the 1 light
     
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    ttystikk

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    We've long since sealed the room completely and used water cooled HVAC to condense excess moisture from the air while cooling it. We use co2 tanks for soft drinks to add carbon dioxide, this adds no heat. A well sealed room only needs a tank once or twice a week.
     
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    im4satori

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    depends on the size of the room ;-)
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2016
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    im4satori

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    I go 4 or 5 days on a tank in bloom. I don't think that's too shabby, considering refills only cost me $7.
     
    Last edited: Dec 24, 2016
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Yeah, this is what I'm all jelly of, right here!

    I'm setting up a sub irrigated pot system- SIPS- and I plan to run nutrient water beneath the plants to water and feed them continuously without drowning.

    Since I'll be recirculating the subsurface water, it seems natural to me to add the ability to dose and deliver nutrients automatically.
     
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    im4satori

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    im4satori

    im4satori Well-Known Member

    I give you three guesses whats in this ecig, and it aint bananas
     
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