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  • WizardsNThings
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    SpliffBerry (the big one) says 11 weeks. So we have a ways to go! The Yummy says 9-10 weeks. Hopefully they get nice and chunky! Both can have a blue pheno but I am not seeing any of that yet.

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Wk 5 no more stretch good feeling for me when that happens. Wizards those are some fat colas how long did breeder say flowering time was for those approx.? yep just keep doin what your doin

  • WizardsNThings
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    Day 88: Middle of week 5 of flower. Looks like they are no longer growing and are starting to fatten up. Just gonna keep on keepin on

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  • WizardsNThings
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    Smelling great! The SpliffBerry has a distinct grapefruit aroma. Love it!

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Those sure look great Wizards lots of bling!

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  • WizardsNThings
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    Day 81: Middle of week 4, did the last large defoliation. Everything is looking great. This is my favorite part of the grow! May take a few more off tomorrow. Will see.
    Last edited by WizardsNThings; 02-21-2020, 03:03 AM.

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  • WizardsNThings
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    Day 78: Beginning of Week 4. Just a note for myself, no news! Still looking good. All clones rooted successfully

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  • WizardsNThings
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    They are a really nice shade of green and growing fast. Wish I hadn't changed the small one from coco now and had seen it play out! Not sure if I want to do coco or soil on my next grow!

  • SoOrbudgal
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    No thoughts on the auto other than she's gonna keel over when the first set of leaves happen needs a support? I really like the photos and how they are doing so green and healthy.

  • WizardsNThings
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    Day 75: No news is good news or something like that. SpliffBerry is still filling out and super lush. Yummy is also doing well - the top looks a bit weird. Just gonna keep trucking.

    Side Note: Started this auto critical orange punch and it basically hasn't changed in 5-6 days (last post). Any thoughts on that??

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  • WizardsNThings
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    They are definitely healthy! I took off a few of the real lower branches when I did the LST just to focus the plant a bit more. I normally do maybe 8-12 colas, so curious how it turns out with around 20. The nice thing is, they are so resilient you can just play and have fun and you are gonna end up with something. That post with the cannabis bonsai plant definitely caught my eye...would love to try that : )

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Well Wizards from my angle your plants look so green and healthy. I am going to do a similar next grow but with autos lots more than I've ever attempted in my tent. I love the idea of SOG i'm going for 2-3 different strains so we will have to adjusts our canopies try and get as close to even as we can. I sure love the challenge who said retirement is boring LOL

  • WizardsNThings
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    Day 70: A few days ago, I decided for longer term to LST the spliffberry a bit to try to get the canopy more even. I think it will fill in nicely. I only did a bit on the smaller Yummy. Both seem to be doing well. I also started a dutch passion critical orange punch auto I'll keep in a 1 or 2 gallon pot in the corner just for the heck of it.

    I took a few more clones so I have 8 total. I am hoping in about 4 weeks when these plants have roughly 2-3 weeks left, I can overlap and put those clones in. I want to try 6-8, 1-2 gallon pots to see if I can get more in a shorter period of time sorta sea of green style. I see these pictures with 3 foot tall plants with massive colas and still don't get how people do it. Maybe it's HPS lights or something? Mine are always short and squat and so far the most I've managed is 2.5oz on a plant.

    This should get interesting in mid April when I need to start things for the vegetable garden

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  • WizardsNThings
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    Day 65: I'm doing light defoliation once a week to remove anything covering bud sites or real dense leafy areas. I usually go heavier but am just trying something different. I took 4 clones from the Spliff Berry (bigger one) since I needed to remove the branches anyways. There are 23-24 bud sites on this plant because I also topped a lot more to experiment. It's hard to tell in the photo, but there are a decent amount growing out from the bottom and up but are still way below the upper canopy. I am debating removing another 3 or 4 of these to focus energy into the other higher sites (circled in red in photo).

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    That is my thoughts but i'm to conservative damn I need to raise my flowering plants up several more inches and test the watts.

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