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Chocolate Mint OG 3 Blue Kings OG Kush Humboldts Dinafen feminized photoperiods dualspec hps

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#1 dal

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Posted 28 March 2021 - 04:22 PM

Well at last I'm back on the 12/12's and doing a couple from Humboldts I've had for over a year, Chocolate Mint OG and 3 Blue Kings also a couple from Dinafem, OG Kush and another that could be either Gorilla or a CBD strain called Dinamed some how managed to mix them up and not sure who is who on the dinafems.

I started these last year while my autos were just starting flower in October. I've got two of each on the go of the mint choc og and the 3 blue kings. Plant#1's were started in October and the plant#2's were started in November. I do like to veg 12/12's for a while the idea being that they will be more natural as in their veg times being 4-5 months before they flower.

All my plants atm have started flower except the OG Kush of which I neglected plus I couldn't fit it in with the others and plant#2 mintchoc og has had to go in a separate tent as couldn't fit 5 of them in my groom.

 

The girls started flower this month and so far the longest in flower is around 8-9 days. I have just been keeping them on a slow grow and re-potting when needed. The 3 blue kings have been a bit of a struggle keeping them green and only the past 3 weeks have I been able to get them nice and green before flower.

 

Here's some pics of the cramped groom only have four in there and the mintchoc og#2 is in a tent upstairs

 

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here's the 3 Blue Kings from early jan

 

Plant#1

 

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Plant#2

 

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February

 

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plant#2 late Feb

 

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March 18

 

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and here they are up to date, pics taken on the 22nd & 25th, plant#1 has been in flower since the 18th and plant#2 maybe the 23/24

 

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So there is the 3 Blue Kings, next up the Mint Chocolate OG and that'll be later as going blind staring at the screen as well as stiff as a board from sitting here for hours. Thanks all for looking.

 

All the best dal :joint:

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 28 March 2021 - 05:34 PM

I love it!

You're growing big girls indoors and they look beautiful :wub:

Way to go Dal :pimped:


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Posted 28 March 2021 - 06:25 PM

No doubt this ones gonna be impressive. Looking good, I'm gonna enjoy this one.


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Posted 29 March 2021 - 09:32 AM

I love it!

You're growing big girls indoors and they look beautiful :wub:

Way to go Dal :pimped:

Ah thanks Petal I do prefer the 12/12's because you can arse about with them and play sculpture lol

 

No doubt this ones gonna be impressive. Looking good, I'm gonna enjoy this one.

I hope so 2acres was it was getting a bit rough while my autos were growing trying to juggle them all in that tiny space.

 

I'll have the rest up late as spent yesterday after noon labelling and getting my pics in order altho I lost a few of their early pics.

 

Thanks for popping in good people :mr:
 


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Posted 29 March 2021 - 10:17 AM

Good luck with the grow Dal. Subbed


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Posted 29 March 2021 - 02:31 PM

Good luck with the grow Dal. Subbed

 

Thanks Spaceman I love 12/12's they so good to do on a long veg, I'm already getting a bit too far ahead as started cloning before they went into flower just the mintchocs mind and just made it on one of my mintchoc og's, as have a few off the plant 2 already and had to have clones from both, still waiting on plant 1's to root, they been in there over a week now under one of Forests' lights and they look exactly as they did when i cut them. I'll put it down to the leds keeping them sweet as the others I did with my cfl and these died off a little before they rooted.

 

 

 

A wee bit about my grow, they all in my usual substrate soil mix I use called Gold Label, I'm bypassing their mineral nutrients these days because I defo prefer organic feeds plus they're cheaper and no need to flush just water feeds for the last week and half of flower to leech them out. I've gone back to trying out Plant Magic brand as used before but using their oldtimers organics along with their bio-silicon and their root stim. I'm using the lower feed soil these days as it's a lot more easy on the plants. I use two Lumatek ballasts of 250w super lumens usually and build up as they go, these have been in with my autos so they grew up with high lighting. Atm they're under a 600w sl set to 400w in one parabolic and the 250w sl in the other. Halfway I'll swap the 250w for a 400w. All using dual spec hps, one of the mintchocs, plant#2 is in a separate tent under my other 250w sl as it was far too cramped in my groom. My groom is 2m length x 1.2m width x 2m high and I use an 8 inch extractor with no controller with passive intake along with two stand up fans at either end.

 

Here's my feed schedule, they got nothing while in veg just up potting to different sizes as they grew and started feeding them the past 3-4 weeks. I use the ole council juice straight out of the tap which I leave bubbling for up to 48hrs before I use, I find airing the water helps to get rid of all the bleach and what not a bit quicker than 48hrs it also ups the ph which don't go too high and usually once my feed has been added it's on par at around 6.2-6.8ph and if over then I use a tiny amount of ph downer to get it where I want, usually 6.2-6.5 is where I feed them at and while in veg the water only feeds ph'd 6.5-8. I keep up the water rotation by filling my 25ltr water dispenser I pulled from a skip many moons ago and this fills my 5ltr water containers which I add my feed to. I like to get about a couple of cup fulls of run off on each feed and I measure this with an ec stick and if it's over the 2.3 marker then I lay off the feed. When they start showing lots of pistils for pre-flower I foliar feed with magnecal+ at 2.5ml per 1ltr before they go into darkness and do this til they're a week into flower twice a week.

 

Here's what they were getting prior to flower being mixed into 5ltrs and this was every feed and would adjust depending on the plant.

 

Magnecal+ 3-5ml per 5ltr

Rootstim up to 20-25ml per 5ltr

Grow 10-20ml per 5ltr - more so on the 3 blue kings

Bloom 10-15ml per 5ltr

Bio-silicon 3-5ml per 5ltrs twice a week

 

Once they reach just a week of flower I drop the Rootstim and halve the Grow feed with only twice a week feeds from Grow and the Bloom goes up to 15-25ml per 5ltrs. I stop using the Grow once they're around 4/5 weeks sometimes earlier depending on how they're getting on. The Magnecal+ only goes in twice a week with the Bio-silicon once a week dropping these by 4/5 weeks of flower and this feed schedule is every other watering depending on how the plants are taking it.

 

Here's the pics I didn't get round to doing yesterday, btw all of them look a lot different now as the latest of these pics were taken on the 25th

 

Dinafem Gorilla or Dinamed at least a week into flower now

 

February 12th

 

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March 19th

 

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25th

 

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Here's the Mint Chocolate OG's I really love these two plants they are an easy to grow plant without problems apart from getting a bit hungry while vegging and being starved. I have two different phenos from what I can tell about such things and hoping I have the chocolate flavoured one at least! You can see the neglect in some of the pics of no feed and I was quite chuffed to find I hadn't lost the re-pot pics on Plant #2. I didn't top plant#1  til the 18th of March and took a few more cuts from her higher up stems and, have used all what I cut off for cuttings. Also took cuttings form plant#2 and these are coming on nicely already.

 

Mint Chocolate OG (plant#2)

 

January 7th

 

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February 12th

 

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March 21st

 

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25th

 

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Mint Chocolate OG (plant#1) she has changed quite a bit as the latest pics of her here are the 18th

 

January 7/8

 

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February 8th

 

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March 17/18 this was when I topped her and took a few more off her tips for cuttings

 

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And we're all done for today just the OG Kush to put up a bit later. :joint:

 


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Posted 29 March 2021 - 05:44 PM

Nice stuff dal, good luck with the rest
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Posted 30 March 2021 - 08:21 AM

I have used their nutrients before. I still use their magnecal+. Sometimes I skip a and b feeds and just give the the magnecal+

 

That bio silicon works great as a foliar feed too btw. Don't know if you have ever used that for spraying the leaves? Aslo as the ph is so high, it's a good way of giving it to the plant without raising the ph in the pot too much.

 

The tap water ph where I am is high, so the pm nutes know it right down. Haven't used the in coco though, just soil.

 

I don't even bother bubbling my nutes. I just feed them straight tap water with all the shit in it. Sometimes it gets 6-12 hours to sit, but not often.

 

In the past when I was in soil and growing less I would make up the nutes mix and bubble it for 2 days until it was frothy organic rankness lol Then feed them. They loved it!

 

Also used bio bizz fish mix with great effect. Even for whole cycles. Just that and magnecal+. 1ml per litre of each every feed. Worked great. Then in flowering I used nothing but water for 3 weeks at the end.

 

Got to be honest though, coco is so much better than soil and I have zero regrets switching. Lots of watering though. I have 2 cheese plants that are so big. Got their own 4x4 tent each. They are drinking over a gallon each - every 12 hours  :lol:


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Posted 30 March 2021 - 09:32 PM

hi dal glad to see you back on the proper plants!i still prefer photoperiods myself i find i fuck them up less often,i cant tell you how many autos ive culled /killed/stunted but i only seem to do okish with autos outdoor,thanks for sharing here,peace


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Posted 31 March 2021 - 11:21 AM

Nice stuff dal, good luck with the rest

Hey Stephen nice of you to pop in mate, think I may need a little where I've out grown myself, especially on the mintchoc og#2 I've got in my tent, just can't seem to get the environment right in the tent, alls good so far just a little to hot at 27c trying to rise to 28c, I prefer to have at 25c and 27 being the highest towards the end.

 

I have used their nutrients before. I still use their magnecal+. Sometimes I skip a and b feeds and just give the the magnecal+

 

That bio silicon works great as a foliar feed too btw. Don't know if you have ever used that for spraying the leaves? Aslo as the ph is so high, it's a good way of giving it to the plant without raising the ph in the pot too much.

 

The tap water ph where I am is high, so the pm nutes know it right down. Haven't used the in coco though, just soil.

 

I don't even bother bubbling my nutes. I just feed them straight tap water with all the shit in it. Sometimes it gets 6-12 hours to sit, but not often.

 

In the past when I was in soil and growing less I would make up the nutes mix and bubble it for 2 days until it was frothy organic rankness lol Then feed them. They loved it!

 

Also used bio bizz fish mix with great effect. Even for whole cycles. Just that and magnecal+. 1ml per litre of each every feed. Worked great. Then in flowering I used nothing but water for 3 weeks at the end.

 

Got to be honest though, coco is so much better than soil and I have zero regrets switching. Lots of watering though. I have 2 cheese plants that are so big. Got their own 4x4 tent each. They are drinking over a gallon each - every 12 hours  :lol:

They alright nice and simple and I find the organics are quite forgiving when I over feed them. Magnecal+ and Bio-silicon I've always used great products and it definitely shows when i don't use them. i do foliar feed with the bio as well especially on misting clones and on the established plants when I see little critters appearing out the dirt and trying to much on my girls. Also worth putting in a drop of original fairy liquid in the foliar can help with the uptake when they're in darkness, sure duke tipped that one a few years back? The fairy liquid also helps with bugs as well, when I used to grow veg in my garden it worked wonders.

 

hi dal glad to see you back on the proper plants!i still prefer photoperiods myself i find i fuck them up less often,i cant tell you how many autos ive culled /killed/stunted but i only seem to do okish with autos outdoor,thanks for sharing here,peace

Aye duke they're just that eh nothing like a 12/12 to play with. Incredibly monged out on a couple of vapes of my lemon pie auto actually bloody hell wasn't expecting the slow slow buzz, fook me think I'll go sit outside with book in the warmth, my house is far too cool today.
 


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