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Old 05-11-2012, 08:05 PM
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Default Sweet n' Sour Widow test grow




I recieved 10 reg. Sweet n' Sour Widow seeds today. Figured why waste time, and started to germinate all 10. I placed them in a cup of water to soak for 24 hours. Tomorrow I will move them to a wet paper towel to soak for another day, and then plant. This will be an indoor, organic grow. After all the females are flowered, each pheno that finishes will be tested for THC, CBD, CBN, etc. Testing will be done by Green Leaf Labs, located in Oregon.

More detailed info about methods for growing these will be in the next post. I just wanted to take a few minutes and get the ball rolling. I'll do my best to with these and see what happens. Thanks to the Crew for giving me a shot at doing this test run. Lets see if we can find some good meds.
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Old 05-11-2012, 09:15 PM
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Good luck with the grow dude, will be watching this with interest.
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Old 05-11-2012, 09:22 PM
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Hi All


great to see people start receiving the testers.

We have quite a few people world wide getting their things soon so it will be excellent to watch things unravel.

This is the only regular enriched CBD strain completed ready for the market but I will hopefully be changing that by the years end.

All the best and good luck with the grow Sb
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awesome I cant wait to see!! I should be getting my cbd skunk haze pretty soon.
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Old 05-12-2012, 10:18 AM
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nice one tony
will keep an eye on this one
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:35 PM
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Placed into papertowel after a 24 hour soak, 4/10 opened already

After 24 hours in the papertowel, 9/10 opened

Under the T5's, Walkabouts in the back

I planted all 10 seeds into 2 in. starter cups, domed them and placed them under T5 lights. 9/10 opened, the seed in the front of the middle pic has not yet. I labeled all the cups phenos A-J, placing the unopened bean in the cup labeled pheno J. The medium is Happy Frog soil and I presoaked with RO water, I am not going to ammend until the first transplant. I like to plant no,more than 1/4in. below the surface and carefully cover with loose dirt. Might start seeing sprouts as soon as tomorrow.

I will be making my own guano and worm teas for feedings. The guano teas are made from The International House of Guano Kit from SunLeaves. I add blackstrap molasses(Aunt Patties), humic acid (BioAg), Kelp Meal (Down to Earth), and then add Hygrozme enzymes(1/2 strength) to the tea after I dilute it. I brew all my teas for 48 hours, except the peruvian seabird guano(72 hours minimum). I also ammend my soils with these guanos and worm castings. Then I like to top dress in certain situations.

I will make sure to provide more info like soil mixes, ppm readings, etc. as the grow progresses. Also, I will keep track of the growth rate as these plants will not be manipulated in any way. Growing them straight up. I like to flower after they presex and at least 18 in. tall. Beyond quality and medicinal value, I also want to get an idea of how they can yield.
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:54 AM
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Phenos A-I have sprouted. The shells on most did not want to release very easily. Some had to be removed manually and pheno C still has its shell attached. I first saw sprouts at 7 pm(phenos A,B,E,F,G and H). Phenos C and D were up about 6 hours later. There is one mutation(pheno E) and I am seeing some movement with, what would be pheno Js, topsoil. I off set the dome on the tray so it can vent, tomorrow afternoon I will take it off.
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Pheno A

Pheno B

Pheno C

Pheno D

Pheno E

Pheno F

Pheno G

Pheno H

Pheno I
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Old 05-15-2012, 11:13 PM
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Ended up with 100% germ rate. Since these seem to be some strong sprouts, it might of been better if I planted a little deeper. Probably would have helped shed the shells. Pheno C started growing, so I had to take its shell of with tweezers. It really didnt want to let go, but I got it with no problems. The only mutated pheno is E. Its an interesting one however. Other than one of the other phenos, which has a slightly underdeveloped first leaf that I think will correct itself quickly, all the other phenos appear to be normal, healthy and show some slight similarities. I will post pics in a day or two, after they open the rest of the way.


Pheno C

Pheno J


Pheno E

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Old 05-16-2012, 09:54 AM
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so E is a trifoliate huh?
pretty cool, i wonder if it is a common trait
in this new line.
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Old 05-16-2012, 10:48 PM
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I guess what I described as "underdevelopment" on a certain pheno(H), could better be classified as a deformity. Still, I think it will grow out of it. Thanks Jack for helping me find that word "trifoliate", could not think of the right word. Phenos C and J are very similar to one another and I notice that the patterns in each phenos leaves holds some similarities. Some more than others.

Much love to all who are following this thread. Please feel free to comment in any way at any time. Heres those pics I promised


Pheno A

Pheno B

Pheno C

Pheno D

Pheno E

Pheno F

Pheno G

Pheno H

Pheno I

Pheno J

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