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Rocky Mountain Ring of Fire

Discussion in 'Organics' started by CaptainCAVEMAN, Nov 7, 2016.

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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know what this is that forms on some of my clones? It's sott of like an invisible cotton ball that you can only see when held up out of the water. Clones that don't have it don't hold a drop of water in that invisible ball.
    Clones that dislpay the invisible cotton don't look sick, they just never grow roots.:roll:
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    Flower room, center 3 plants. Front to back is Critical Sensi Star, OG Critical, and I forgot the third.:oops:

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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    I had too many plants so I put a Blueberry Gum and a Raspberry Diesel in one 5g plastic pot.
    Kinda funny how when you get bigger pots they seem big until you get even bigger pots and the they seem not so big anymore.:eyesmoke:

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Yes. They are rotting.
     
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    Peachbubble

    Peachbubble Member

    Captain: I`m at day 65 of flowering Raspberry D, but my microscope decided to not work anymore.

    It looked like 70 days would be quite right when I started flushing, but I get worried when I dont have a microscope to watch through...

    How long do you let your Raspberry D flower?
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    It only happens to maybe 15% of the clones. I guess I'll get the 8 spot cloner out again, I don't think I saw that snot in the cloner.
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    About 10 weeks. I try to read the plants for harvest but some of them never show senesence.
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    I overwatered a bit so I drained it with a simple wick. 20170102_072817.jpg
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    The tomato plants are out of control. I have 3 of these in the flower room. Lots of flowers but no fruit, they keep aborting. I need to do some reading about tomatos. 20170104_084916.jpg
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    I felt like my soil and nutrient program was working pretty well but that I was missing that little something extra so I got this stuff.
    This stuff is awesome! Everything was already healthy and thriving and adding this was like hitting the turbo button. 20170104_162529.jpg
    I really like this and I use so little they will last for years.
    Kinda funny, Amazon has not had the flower bo0ttle for months. Tired of waiting I looked it up and I can get it on ebay ko problem. Kind of wierd Amazon can't get it.
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    Finally replaced the 3 year old mixer that collapsed shortly after I bought it. I use it to mix the worm food up. This steel one should work well for life.
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    Finally spotted some tomatos Jan.5!
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    This is a Dinachem I let flower for 84 days. It didn't really fade.
    This is a great strain. Very stoney and flowered this long I hope for some knockout sleepy couch lock buzz.
     

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    DonBrennon

    DonBrennon Well-Known Member

    Just wondering............how are you pollinating the flowers? I'm sure you know how important that is for fruit production and you ain't got any bees in there doing it for ya.
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Most tomatoes are self pollinators but you still need to flick the flower with your finger to get them to do it. Don't flick hard, just enough to shake it up good.
     
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    atomicDETH

    atomicDETH Well-Known Member

    Hey what ever became of the beautiful critical Hog?
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    Thank you both for letting me know that! I've really been meaning to do some reading about tomatos and pepper and cantoloupe but have been so busy. That explains why I have so many flowers that abort. Gotta spend some time figuring this stuff out to try to maximize my returns from the vrg and fruit just lime I did with the ganja.
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

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    Its still in flower finishing up. I'll get some more pics of that one tomorrow. Here's a bud shot from yesterday.
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    DonBrennon

    DonBrennon Well-Known Member

    My brother was trying to grow them on his kitchen window sill and was having the same problem. If the plant isn't too big to move, the easiest thing do is put the plant outside on a few sunny days and let nature take it coarse.
     
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    CaptainCAVEMAN

    CaptainCAVEMAN Well-Known Member

    I won't be doing that, not worth the risk.

    Frustrated with the giant plants and no fruit I took one out of
    flower and chopped it for compost.

    Next day I see 2 tomatos on one plant!
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    I removed another 6' tall tomato plant that seemed to have some kind of disease. I chopped it for compost

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