Humboldt Seed Company (HSC) Thread

I got a blue dream in my garden and it is a nice one.. grow fast and rot easy.. and the berry smell is super nice... i need to run it for 11 weeks flower..

i had a dr.greenthumb EM dog, but i lost it... man that was the best indica i ever tasted... ahhhh... i miss the candy with a tutch of pine...

i also tryed the chemdawg, this was a nice compact pine bud with avrage yeald.
 

PJ Diaz

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I got a blue dream in my garden and it is a nice one.. grow fast and rot easy.. and the berry smell is super nice... i need to run it for 11 weeks flower..

i had a dr.greenthumb EM dog, but i lost it... man that was the best indica i ever tasted... ahhhh... i miss the candy with a tutch of pine...

i also tryed the chemdawg, this was a nice compact pine bud with avrage yeald.
HSC doesn't have a Blue Dream seed, because they understand that real BD is clone only. You must be thinking of HSO.

This is the closest HSC has to BD seeds: https://humboldtseedcompany.com/humboldt-dream/
 

2cent

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gotHSC Stoopid Fruits in the mail today from DCSE. Anyone know anything about them? I'll post a few updates once they get started. I'll have 2 in dirt under an HLG 550.
50 day true sat. Check her genetic lineup shes insane i goy under hps
 
How is that 00 Blueberry doing? Mine is doing pretty well, 7 weeks since the switch. Accidentally brushed up against a flower, berriest buds I've ever smelled. Looking like maybe 2 to go, we will see. I did fry them a little with my UVB LED's I think, gonna take time to find the sweet spot
Without throwing this thread off track will you comment on the UVBs you use. I'm looking for some.
 

Powertech

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Without throwing this thread off track will you comment on the UVBs you use. I'm looking for some.
My comment is my skill level is nowhere near being able to utilize them efficiently. I'm honestly not even using them at the moment as my last grow with them had some major hermies and might be from my mistakes using them (leaving them on too long, too close to canopy, etc). I will be using them in about 3-4 weeks when my C99 x Blueberry goes into the flower tent

EDIT: I guess i do have some going on my flower supplement strips, but my full UVB strips are not going
 

PJ Diaz

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IMO for the most effective UVB, T5 flouros are still king, specifically solacure or agromax pureuv. The two problems I see with LED UVB is that they burn out fast, and they typically have a narrow band range, while flouros have a better spectrum curve.
 
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