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Discussion in 'Organics' started by Richard Drysift, May 13, 2016.

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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    IMG_4610.JPG IMG_4611.JPG IMG_4614.JPG IMG_4616.JPG IMG_4617.JPG IMG_4620.JPG Hey y'all took some nice shots of the plants currently in the bloom room. There's blue dream, strawberry sour diesel, and blueberry headband here.....try to guess which is which. I know the last pic in the row is strawberry Sour deez; check out the baby seeds growing. Crossed this plant with a KOS candyman haze male; sure to be an interesting result.
     
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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    The BC god bud is still finishing in week 11; maybe just a bit longer but I'm getting impatient. Last time I took it to week 12 so should be ready very soon. This plant was accidentally revegged in mid flower during the great timer fiasco of 2017 which over-vegged the F out of her. Now she is a 6 headed hydra that is taking up valuable grow space with her swollen colas dipping towards the floor while my veg tent is bursting at the seams with so many plants stacked up ready for bloom phase. Can't really get all of her majesty into a single frame she's so large. Gotta get her outta there soon but she's still ripening. I know she's droopy because she was thirsty; need to water her almost daily. IMG_4621.JPG IMG_4622.JPG IMG_4623.JPG IMG_4624.JPG IMG_4625.JPG
     
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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    Found out why my last plant was not up to par; it got seeded, Buds from my recently jarred blue dream plant are sorta loose and leafy; even buds that have no seed. This is due in part to the great timer fiasco of 2017 which will go down in history as one of the most devastating events to ever hit my flower area. The rest is due to underestimating the unbridled power of nature:
    Apparently some of the pollen that was dusted on a few targeted branches has also spread to the far corners of the bloom room. Shout out to my oscillating fan btw for spreading all the love. Horny little Devils impregnated the plants I didn't really want beans on but oh well; got mad beans.
    The deep green plants listed in the pics in above posts (all except the god bud plant) were done using no till methods. I usually build my pots with a high N layer but since the last few plants I harvested stayed green all the way to the end I decided to keep the magic of the soil food web going for another full cycle. All I did was pull off the old root stem, formed a little hole for the new root ball to fit into, sprinkled myco, and placed the new plant right on top of the old root ball. Filled it in with a mixture of recycled soil, fresh EWC, & some kelp meal and mulched with straw. Finally I pushed in 2 jobes AP organic spikes 180 deg from each other towards the outside rim if each smartpot. I am impressed with the results so far and will do it again this way when I get it right. Peace
     
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    mr. childs

    mr. childs Well-Known Member

    thank you for sharing your experience, valuable info if i do say so, your are appreciated
     
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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    Thank you sir! You are appreciated as well my friend. I try to report on both the ups and the downs so those paying attention might learn something from them. For the ups it appears I have 2 plants ready for harvest, a BD and the god bud. On the downside the BC god bud is incredibly airy and leafy. Some of the other plants also affected by the aforementioned time fiasco were the same and I thought maybe I picked them a bit in the early side. The blueberry headband was absolutely perfect smoke as usual at 9+ weeks yet the buds were a bit too leafy. Let the blue dream go to 10+ weeks and the smoke was tasty but mediocre with super airy buds that looked bigger than they were. At least the god bud is the last plant affected by the great timer fiasco and the BD is the first unaffected so here marks the place where we turn a new chapter. The perpetual rolls on...

    The BCGB has now gone 13+ weeks and has cloudy to amber trichs yet still has many white pistils; Im getting desperate and think I'm just gonna take her down this week and put her out of misery. Was hoping she would firm up a bit more but looks like it will be some fluffy-ass bud.

    There is also a BD ready to pick very soon which is among if not the last BD clones left in the garden. Those buds in the bottom pics feel rock solid...so that's good:hump:
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    daum dude ur girls look amazing hope my curent grow can turn out half as good as these fine looking ladys
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    ya, Dick sure does Dank, timer fiasco or no, uhhuh! :blsmoke:
    Cheers!
     
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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    Thanks everyone for all the warm comments. Here's what I just trimmed up for hanging; it's a strawberry sour diesel that's been crossed with candyman haze; she's so full of seeds they are literally pushing out. Should be interesting to see how this turns out; it'll be awhile before I know if I got a winner or meh. I love this strain so much and it's the last clone I had so I'm glad I could keep these genetics going in my garden somehow. Yes and I know the leaves show minor thrip damage; leaves never seem to recover once affected by them. A spritz of Monterey garden spray killed em but damage remains evident. IMG_4664.JPG IMG_4666.JPG IMG_4668.JPG
     
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    wow u really do grow some beutifull plants man congrats im about to do a coco grow for the first time ill be using these pics as a point of reference for my grow daam man if thats how good plants can look im gunna need a curring safe with time locks no way id be able 2 be patient enough thrip damege or not some fucken tast looken weed man
     
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    i wish i could go tlo seems so complicated its defenetly expensive where im at if found a place that sells coot mix no till soil and subcools supersoil and what not way to expensive for me atm at 90 dollers 25 liters of soil i do have 180liters of super soil and grass and what not compostin atm so im halfway lol
     
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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    You don't need all that just use whatever soil you have or get some FFOF soil. You do not have to use super soil or coots mix. Just get any old organic soil you can and amend it after your first harvest. TLO is not as complex as it seems it's really easy actually. Just need to know what to add in when you amend the soil that's all. If you just add vermicompost you are halfway there already...
     
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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    tbh i think whats messed with my perception is theres gjys who add like u said worm castings compost and grow as healthy plants as one could then theres the dudes who nerd out in every single aspect of it but thay get the best results iv seen so far tbh but im talking like 10 years of learning basicly whatever one could im about to give coco a try found some one part nutes and so far im 99 percent sure there safe for the mycrobes im all for tlo but ye thay add tricoderma to the coco plust thay seem to have addatives tjat are organic like a humic fulvic and 2 that are sea related im gunna gove coco a go while my mix braeks down pluss i can gain more knoledge reading tne plants ect
     
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    Richard Drysift

    Richard Drysift Well-Known Member

    I started out doing hydro and it definitely helped me understand what ph is and how to "read" plants. Coco is not an organic medium ebut it's safe to add coir to organic soil. I use it to cut down my mix when it gets compacted along with extra perlite. Coco is a great medium for holding onto whatever nutes you want to use.
    Some peeps get nerd rage when you dont follow methods to a T but organic growing does not actually have to follow any formula. You can tailor your grow based on what you have on hand or have access to. It helps to have some experience before diving into organics because all this can be overwhelming. Honestly though once you get an established and active growing mix it is so easy; just water your plants. That's pretty much it.
     
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