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Welcome to your weekly dose of Retarded Dawg Porn!


 


Day 17 of Flower


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I'd say we're approaching the end of the stretch and entering bud set. I'm glad because it's starting to be a pretty full tent


 


2 and 5 are the tallest, with 3 and 4 close behind, then 6, and finally 1


As far as structure and bud spacing, I'd say the most promising candidates are 3,4, and 5.


2 is looking like it will be golf ball nugs along the stem


5 is the darkest, healthiest looking green, and claws for the light the most with its leaves.


4 is a nice strong brancher with a good crown of buds circling the main cola


1 and 6 were beginning to develop a N deficiency, seemed a little early for that, so they're heavier feeders


 


These were all top dressed on day 7 with High P guano, EWC, molasses, humic acids, alfalfa meal, kelp meal, and a touch of feather meal. This was then watered in. Yesterday I broke up the soil on the surface and aerated it a bit, then I fed with an ACT today. Funny, I fed them before the lights came on, and today was the most I've seen them stretch the leaves for the light. I think they liked it :D


 


4,1,2


5,6,3


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#1


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#2


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#3


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#4


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#5


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#6


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Thank you pete and somedude! The fun is just beginning now :D Hit the soil with a bacterial ACT 2 days ago, and gave them a foliar of the amino acids today.

 

Starting to get whiffs of some funky flavors coming out of the tent. Also, the frost is starting to kick up on the fans.

 

 

Day 26 of Flower

 

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3

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4

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5

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6

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canopy

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canopy from the side

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Thank you all! We're finally getting to the good part :D

 

starting to see some N deficiencies among all of them now, afraid I'm going to lost a little yield if that keeps up, so I decided to top dress with some soil I have sitting, hopefully that will help slow it down.

 

Still battling the damn fungus gnats, beaten them back pretty severely, but they're still there :angry: So far I've put greensand on top of the pots, but I don't think I put enough. Yellow sticky traps. GoGnats sprayed around the bottom openings. Bowl of citrus dish soap water.

 

They're all developing their own scents now, not a single one smell exactly alike, there are notes that vary in dominance in each one.

 

 

Day 34

 

Canopy shot, same positions as last time

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Deciding on the keeper will not be an easy choice lol.

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Thanks so much everyone! Really excited for the results from the run.  I noticed something else today, numbers 5, 2, and 3 are all showing a purple/burgundy coloration on the underside of their fan leaves. Veins are purple with the tissue in-between being red/burgundy. Only really the underside though, the tops of the leaves are still green

 

Here's #3 as an example

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Numbers 4, 1, and 6 aren't showing a touch of color other than green. Night time temps get down to 64ish in the room, daytime floats around 72-74. Think it's the temp bringing it out or is that a deficiency?

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i wonder if its a difference in phenos

definitely could be, did the handicapped purple up for you? Was thinking it could be coming from the Querkle side of things

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They just received their last feeding in the form of an AACT with:

 

5 gallons water

1 cup innoculated super soil

2 cups wormcastings

1 cup compost

handful of oats

4 tbsp fish hydrolysate

2 tbsp molasses

2 tbsp kelp meal

2 tbsp high p guano

 

I'm beginning to think most of them will be done around week 8-9

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