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Old 03-01-2011, 11:48 PM
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First up is Shit G. She's quite a compact lady.
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:59 PM
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Now Shit H. She's the most compact plant I have ever seen. Ill start with a couple pics that you've never seen before. They'll blow you away. Id like to do some line breeding with this lady and see if I can make it a dominant trait. I had 12 males and 8 females, and she's the most compact by far out of all of them. Although a slow flowering male was also very compact, but I discarded him because of his late flowering. I think Id like to have him back at this point. He would have made a good pairing with her.

I should mention none of these ladies have been topped or trained in anyway whatsoever except H who was accidentally topped 2 days ago. Shanti's great genetics are really shining under 6 6500K T5 Ge Starcoat bulbs.
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Old 03-02-2011, 12:06 AM
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Here are a few pics of the great lateral and compound branching occuring on Shit B. I chose her to show the pics because she and F are the two leggiest and allowed me to get some good shots. The other plants are too compact to get my camera in there.

This concludes the picture update. The shits in flower I expect to be done in two weeks, then these lovely clones will be moved in there. Hopefully I can maintain health in flower, but thats where all my major problems occur unfortunately, mostly due to underfeeding. Osmocote will be of great assistance for those of us that are either lazy or forgetful.
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Old 03-02-2011, 02:07 PM
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I'm in for this show. Thanks for the sharing.
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:45 PM
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Glad to have you along for the ride. I hope you'll enjoy it.
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Old 03-08-2011, 01:14 AM
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I went ahead and harvested Shit H that was in flower tonight. She had a pretty bad mite infestation, so I took her early. She could have used another week to ten days. I used 3 spider mite bombs, and sprayed the plants down a few times with Doctor Doom Spider Mite Knockout, but still couldn't get rid of the fuckers. None of the other plants are as affected as this lady was. Oh well.

I think she'll yield the largest, even though she was in the corner of the tent. She also had the 'healthiest' foliage among them, so that helped some. Im looking forward to seeing how the clone performs. Hopefully, I can keep them healthier the next time around. I expect to take all the other ladies down in about a week. The clones are outgrowing their space, and I have no where else to put them.

Taken down at day 63:
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Old 03-08-2011, 06:07 AM
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G`day JR
My goodness that is a tight lil bush !
Keep the info commin bro well done, better luck with pests next round .
Thanks for sharin
Elmer Bud .
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Old 03-08-2011, 06:20 AM
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Looks great Jonny, What sort of flavors are coming thro in the smell?
I'm really looking forward to doing some shit this year,
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Old 03-08-2011, 06:34 AM
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G`day JR
My goodness that is a tight lil bush !
Keep the info commin bro well done, better luck with pests next round .
Thanks for sharin
Elmer Bud .
Yep she was a tight little bush, as were most of the ladies. Keeping them for extended periods of time under 6500K T5's during veg carries over into flowering IME. The longer they are under the t5's before flowering the less stretch there is. My poor Skunk Haze clones and two Male seed plants have stretched like made because they had no more than 2 weeks under the t5's, yet my clone I had under them for over a month stretched at most half as much when flowered.

If your vegging with HPS anyone, I would suggest you invest in a good MH or t5's. I'd prefer to only use t5s for cuttings, and seedlings while small, then move to a designated tent using MH, but this will do for now.

Bob Bitchin gave me a link to a product called Mite Rid. Gonna purchase that and give it a go. Read quite a few good reports when I googled it. I hope this is the cure for what ails me.
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Old 03-08-2011, 06:46 AM
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Looks great Jonny, What sort of flavors are coming thro in the smell?
I'm really looking forward to doing some shit this year,
My sense of smell is pretty crappy right now. Getting over a cold. But I have one lady thats a stinky rotten meat/body odor type smell. One very fruity berry smell, which is my favorite smelling lady in my two tents. The other are a mix between the two but leaning towards the stinkier side with subtle hints of fruity/berry.
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