Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by ThcGuy, Oct 26, 2017.
What remains looks pretty nice . Let’s just hope that I end up with a few females, lol.
Too bad about the wonky one's but the balance in there are looking pretty good. That BH #5 has colouring like the Harlequin mother, kind of a lighter/duller green. Despite the couple of albino leaves I'd keep that one going. BR's and BRxBP's all look good, crossing fingers for mostly females Sounds and looks like they're liking those nutes too.
Yeah the rest look extremely happy and healthy. As for the nutrients, I’m more impressed every time I see the results after each watering. Also Greenleaf isn’t trying to get me to give them crazy amounts of nutrients. I am more than fine giving them the recommended 600ppm for Veg.
What the frequency they recommend and your medium? Didn't see that listed but looks like a soil mix. I think it's similar to mine, I'm using 50% soil/50% pro-mix.
I’m using ProMix HP M and perlite at a 2:1 ratio. There isn’t any soil in my mix.
The nutrients are being added two out of three watering. Every third watering is straight water.
Hey GroErr, what is the stretch like on the BR and BH? I want bigger plants but not too big lol. I’m guessing I’ll probably end up with four plants after I evict the males, so I want to make them count. My goal is 3oz per plant which should be possible considering they won’t be crammed in there and they will be in 5gal fabric grow bags.
My main concern is letting them get too tall and growing into my 1000w HPS.
Hey, the BR's typically do stretch a bit, like 2-3 times depending on pheno and environment (but they also fill that space well once they're into flowering. The BH are typically squat/low and wide with more branching. But of course the pheno and environment can make a big difference. If I leave my 730 initiators on during the stretch for instance they stretch more, like 3x their size vs. 2-2.5 times their size with no initiators on during the stretch.
I just got home tonight from a job away and things are looking great. The plants are about 6-8” tall and not a blemish on them other than a few leaves that had the albino traits. The plants that had it seem to have out grown it though. But BH #5 is still quite a bit lighter in colour than all the other plants in the tent. That being said BH #5 is still a super healthy and happy plant.
All three Bh plants stink. I like it a lot!
Coming along quite well and fast, nice job, looks like they're liking the new nutes. Grabbed a good stinker female and male from that same batch of BH's, there's some nice tasting phenos in there and the tastier phenos tend to correlate to the stinkers in veg. Stem rub on the male I pulled is dank, can't wait to run a batch with him
I want to top some of them.
I think the BR and Two of the BH would ben
Correction: I stopped here to go eat supper. I then came back and topped BR#2, BH#1 & BH#2. Lol.
These three are the tallest in the room and I want the others to catch up to them. Also I’ll have room to have fairly bushy plants this grow so I think it will pay off.
Looking great, good approach, should keep them somewhat even in height. They're at the point where the females should start to show. Most show around this stage with either strain but I've had the odd one take forever, usually males when they don't show anything. I've found it much easier to sex with a 6x loupe/magnifying glass lately, didn't realize how bad my eyesight was getting until I started using it - lol
Yeah, I’m sort of hoping they show sooner than later. I don’t want to transplant the males if I can help it.
Same here, I always sex in 1gal and up pot only the keepers beyond that. Hopefully they'll show you their FEMALE parts soon
First female. BR#1 (Not topped)
Nice, she has nice colour and structure, looks like a naturally branchy pheno. Keep the females coming!
Thanks GroErr. I noticed that both of the BR are bushy as hell. I think if I had four of them in a 4x4 tent would be beautiful. She might be a keeper.
The BR has a couple of good producing phenos with that structure. One with fluffier, sativa style buds and strong terps towards the Blueberry side. Another that's more dense, frostier and leans towards the JTR side with lemon terps. Either takes well to topping and super cropping to get some decent production.
Lookin nice what pH you feeding them at?
To be honest I took a ph reading once. It was 5.9. Everything seems to be going pretty good so I decided not to mess with it.
Separate names with a comma.