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Old 07-15-2010, 07:39 PM
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^^^

I am far from being a breeder, all has been Grace and some dedication.

Quite frankly I am NOT interested in messing the genetic traits contained in either Mango Haze or SSH.

Too much diligent work has been invested in such superlative offerings from Shantibaba.

I just want her to be "pregnant" from some handsome Shantibaba male and keep the seeds for my personal use.

She deserves motherhood...LOL

Too many pollen chuckers already wanting to be "famous".
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Old 07-15-2010, 07:48 PM
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Of course I wouldn't expect you to set up shop rojo , my friend lol . I'm planning on a doing a small hack experiment much like yourself its just such an interesting subject and when I have the plants and genetics there its only fair that I play around for my own pleasure . Why not . Like I say I'm no would be breeder or seed merchant just a grower who likes to learn and get engrossed in such subjects. Its like reading about the history of hazes of old with the likes of Nev himself, Haze Bros etc I don't know why it interests me so but its something I enjoy learning about. Download that pdf its such a wealth of information and a good read if your interesting in growing.

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Old 07-15-2010, 07:58 PM
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Botany PDF has been successfully downloaded and saved!

Thank you so much; I've heard many good things about the book but never had the chance to read it.

I am always willing to learn!

You see, for me, growing my own medication gives me a sense of hope and satisfaction. Besides, it is very, very healing to bring life into this earth!

Namaste!
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Old 07-15-2010, 08:01 PM
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Excellent rojo , now roll one & have a read you won't be disappointed . It starts about the history & in the latter chapters more in-depth about breeding .

Enjoy !!

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Old 07-16-2010, 06:04 PM
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Default Foliar feeding

Hello folks,

Today was time to do some hand watering and foliar feeding again before buds get denser.

Watering included a dose of 10-30-20 at 800PPM / 6ph and foliar feeding was Potassium and 12-60-0 at 400PPM / 7ph.

As always I added the Lemonade tea to lower PH from 7 to 6.

Here are some pics of buds and overall growth status.

Light cycle was switched to 10/14 to accelerate flowering and slow a little vertical growth.

That's all Folks!
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Old 07-17-2010, 04:26 PM
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Default The issue of stability...

Hello folks!

Tall plants with thin stems and heavy colas are a recipe for disaster if not stable.

In order to add some stability I use a simple method similar to radio antennas.

To save words I rather show you what I do to correct that problem:
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Old 07-17-2010, 06:14 PM
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Hi rojo , hope your well mate. All looks well in your garden as usual. Do you not top or supercrop? Its a good way to keep height down if its an issue . I always like to top my sats as I only have 6.5ft to play with so for me its a must to have em more bushy .

Happy Growin

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Old 07-17-2010, 07:23 PM
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Hi rojo , hope your well mate. All looks well in your garden as usual. Do you not top or supercrop? Its a good way to keep height down if its an issue . I always like to top my sats as I only have 6.5ft to play with so for me its a must to have em more bushy .

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Hey Poppa!

This time I was doing a sativa SOG and didn't have lateral room to bush and top the plants. If anything, next time they go to 10/14 from the get go to keep them shorter.

Plan B

If things don't go as expected I can always place a "net" over the plants and treat it like a semi SCROG.

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Old 07-17-2010, 07:39 PM
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Yes I have a net to do a scrog but i always end up just training & supercropping instead lol .

Keep up the good work rojo

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Old 07-17-2010, 07:55 PM
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Safety net ????

LOL
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