budman0211

budman0211

1-4 strains unknown and a bag seed

Right now!

Got two clones from a buddy. Ended up getting mixed up so could be jelly breath, blueberry, tangie or zkittles. Middle plant is some bag seed Iโ€™ve been growing for few years now!

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Day 148 (Week 22)

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Day: 148

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2 years ago

Day: 148

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Watering in light experiment. Check back in a few hours when water drys up. There a little sad right now due to lack of nutes.

2 years ago

Day: 148

No difference besides a little droopy leaves!

2 years ago

Day: 139

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Gonna need a bigger room! ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ Love growing as much as I do smoking! โœŒ๏ธ

2 years ago

Day: 134

Lettuce 97

2 years ago

Day: 132

Got that sticker!! ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚

2 years ago

Day: 129

๐Ÿ’ช

2 years ago

Day: 122

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2 years ago

Day: 106

Hell yea!! Letโ€™s go!! Greenpoint is where itโ€™s at!!

2 years ago

Day: 106

Back on the reverse auction to anyone interested!

2 years ago

Day: 104

2 days and got em already!! ๐Ÿค™

2 years ago

Day: 103

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New camera lenses came in today! Just some play around pics of the previous Harvest and random flower pic! Canโ€™t wait to use this here in a bit!

2 years ago

dstew0626

dstew0626 Looking great!!

Day: 103

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Just shipped out today hell yea, letโ€™s get it! Canโ€™t wait to grow these ladies out!

2 years ago

stick e fingerz

stick e fingerz Donโ€™t destroy green point seeds rep goofy ๐Ÿ˜œ

stick e fingerz

stick e fingerz Dang you got the aliens ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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Day: 94

7 yrs growing and just ordered my first seeds! Haha. Canโ€™t wait till these babies ship at the end of the month. Looks and sounds super tasty! Probably run these after another 2 grows. Canโ€™t beat the price anywhere!!!

2 years ago

stick e fingerz

stick e fingerz Solid bro ๐Ÿ˜Ž ๐Ÿค™

stick e fingerz

stick e fingerz Iโ€™ll be a testing this strain for GPS

budman0211

budman0211 Yea I know u took the last spot!! Haha I was hoping to get picked for these. Well any for that matter! Seen they had them on the reverse auction so snagged them up

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Day: 84

7 day dry on the believe to be tangie and 8 on the unknown! Both turned out damn good! Threw them in containers and gauges are reading spot on 66-67% hoping for a long cure if I can keep my hand outta the bud jar! Canโ€™t wait for the next run on these!

2 years ago

Day: 82

Hell yea now thatโ€™s what Iโ€™m talking about!!! Haha. She popped open over night!!

2 years ago

Day: 81

Been about 7 yrs since Iโ€™ve popped my last seed! I always run clones and Iโ€™m quite nervous about this! Haha. If I take cutting about a week or two from now and start a seed now will they be about equal in time from now? I donโ€™t want one out growing the other. They will be growing in the same room together.

2 years ago

BoofMaster

BoofMaster Good luck! What breeder did you go with?

budman0211

budman0211 Actually bought 6 off my buddy for 50$. He got them from ilgm. I got 2 Ak47, 1gg, 2 bubblegum and 1 white widow

BoofMaster

BoofMaster Ah ok, Good luck with the grow, Iโ€™ll be keeping my eye on it. ๐Ÿ‘

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Day: 80

Hereโ€™s a little something I ran across years ago and kinda how I do things myself. Seems to work pretty well being my dry time situation isnโ€™t quite on point. Maybe it can also help others so figured to share! Now story time! ๐Ÿ˜‚ Phase one: The dry. This is kind of like preparing to land. The first thing you want to do is come to altitude and lower your landing gear. Basically, once you cut your bud, you need to decide what to do with it. Most of us go ahead and trim it now. Once it is trimmed to our liking, the bud is hung to dry. Phase two: The pre-cure. This is somewhat like landing your airplane. The trick is to set it down on the runway at just the right angle as you begin to reduce your speed. This is where the mathematics come into play. What you are looking for here is the "feel". When your hanging bud begins to "feel" like it is drying out, but the stems are still flexible, it is time to jar. Don't worry, we will revisit this phase in more detail in a bit.. Phase three: The cure. Now your airplane is on the runway. This is where you are focusing on your instruments and applying the brakes. This is the actual part of the cure. It is a benefit to keep your bud in this stage for as long as possible. Actually, this may be a little misleading as some folks may like some cures better than others. In other words, this is the point where smells and flavors can change drastically. Depending on what it is you are after will dictate exactly how long you keep this phase in check. But only you can decide what you like. Phase four: Storage. Well, the flight is over, time to put the airplane away. We have finally reached a point where the curing process has greatly slowed down and it is safe to store your bud. Hygrometer is needed. Phase one. 70% RH: This starts out just like any other time you have done it. Once you have harvested your bud and trimmed it to your liking, hang it in a cool dark place. This is where we will part from tradition. Allow it to hang until the buds begin to feel like they are drying (note the temps and rh as this will rarely be the same during subsequent harvests). They will start to lose their "softness" in favor of a slightly crispy texture. We don't want to allow it to dry until the stems snap. THIS IS WRONG! We want the stems to be flexible. Not totally soft, but not snapping, either. If allowed to dry until the stems snap we risk it drying too much and losing an opportunity to take full advantage of the cure window. You see once the bud reaches the 55% RH range, the cure is dead. No amount of moisture added will revive this. If you are a brown bag dryer you can still use this technique, although I no longer do. I feel it is unneccessary at this point in the drying process. Just make sure you do not over dry. Also, this is a perfect time to calibrate your hygrometers with your new calibrating kit. This phase may take anywhere from 2 to 7 days depending on ambient temp, RH and strain, etc. It is important to be right on top of this phase. Sometimes we will notice thinner stemmed buds getting done quicker. It is ok to take these first and put them in the jar. Just screw the cap on very loosely until the bulk of the bud joins it. Phase two. 65%+ to 70%RH: This is where the numbers game begins to kick in. Once you have reached the crispy bud/flexible stem stage, it is time to jar it up. Now there are a few options here.. Really you can jar it up just like always. Only, fill your jar 3/4 to 4/5 full so you have room to use your hygrometer. You can leave it on the stem, stem free, whatever. I personally prefer it in it's finished state, no stems. You can leave just a few stems intact for the sake of testing stem flexibility. Also, with more stems comes more moisture. This may fit well with your style, but it also may play havoc if mold is present. Once your bud is in the jar drop in the hygrometer and cap it. Keep an eye on your meter for the next hour or so. What we are shooting for in this phase is 70% RH maximum. If you hit 71% or greater, you will have to take the bud out to dry more. If this seems a little tricky here, it is. The cure, even though we are still in the dry phase, has been happening to a small degree since the moment the bud was cut. Basically now we are juggling time with mold prevention. We want to avoid any instance of mold, but we want to get every second of cure time in that we can. The goal in this phase is to start at a 70% maximum RH and, in a timely and mold free manner, bring the RH down to about 65%. The reason I say "about" is that if there is an issue with mold (i.e. the crop was exposed to heavy mold before and/or during harvest) we may chose to take the RH even lower, like 62%. This won't leave a huge window for curing, but it will keep the bud safe. Ideally, however, 65% will do. Generally you can tell pretty quickly if the bud is still too wet as the hygrometer % will climb pretty quickly (rate: 1% per hour or faster). You will also notice, at this point, that the bud will feel "wetter". That's ok. The reason for this is that while the exposed part of the bud began to dry quicker than the inside during phase one, the inside of the bud and stems retained a good deal of their moisture. Once in the jars (phase two) that moisture can no longer be efficiently evaperated off and moved to a different area, being replaced by dryer air. Once you have determined the RH, which may take up to 24 hours, you can begin burping the jars. This can be done at a rate of one to two hours once or twice a day, depending on initial RH reading. Your room RH, temp, strain, exposure to mold and hygro readings will dictate this for you and wether to go faster or slower. Slower is always better, but precipitating factors, as stated, may trump this.. Also, at the end of this stage is where most commercial bud will hit the open market, if you are lucky. The bud at this stage should have that super sticky icky velvety feel and the 'bag appeal' will be at it's very highest. Phase three, 60% to 65% RH: Your buds are in the jar and RH is 65% or less. Perfect. The object of the game, as stated before, is to slowly release the moisture from the jar over time. Your buds are now in the cure zone. At this point we are looking for a much slower release than phase two and will shift to a short burp once a week. Your buds will deliver a nice smoke at around 60%, so the speed at which this is done (which translates directly to duration of burpage) is entirely up to you. It is at this stage that small stems should snap in two. It is also in this stage that you will meet true stability, or equalization, in RH. What that means is that the amount of moisture in the stems is no longer disproportionate to the buds, and moisture transfer or persperation (sweat) slows dramatically. This also means it will take much longer to get a true reading from your Hygrometer. A true reading at this point might take up to 36 hours, but that's ok. So, do you know what your idea of a perfect smoking bud is? If you have followed the phases as you have read them, then this is the stage where you can find out. It may be as specific as a stationary RH value, or even a "window" between different values. Everyone one should know there ideal smoking range. I prefer mine on a slightly dryer cure, say between 55 to 57%. Phase four - 55%+ to 60%RH: Even though a true cure is far from over, your buds are truly ready to smoke if you wish. They are also ready to face long term storage. As stated before, the cure dies at -55%. It's ok for the cure to be dead if you have reached your desired cure level as later remoisturing can easily bring that bud back into your prefered smoking range. But, you can also continue the cure for long time periods and the trick to this is to stay above the 55% level. Unfortunately even claimed 'air tight' jars will allow bud to continue losing moisture over time. The trick here is to guarantee air tightness. Simon has suggested that he jars in air tight jars and double vacuum bags it as a way to ensure cure integrity. I am less picky. It is a good idea, though not neccessary, to leave a hygro in the jar and check it from time to time. I would start with once a week for the first month then, if everything is stable, once every month after that should suffice.

2 years ago

budman0211

budman0211 ๐Ÿ˜‚

budman0211

budman0211 Because Iโ€™m not a fucking loser like you and think Iโ€™m kings shit! Bro u donโ€™t even bother for real! I havenโ€™t seen one of your plants grown get a half lid of it. Maybe if you keep your toasted fan/sugar leaves on it u maybe break an oz! You act like your so on point but probably the shittiest plants on the whole app!! ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚! Talk some shit when u can grow a real plant that not downtown brown bro!

budman0211

budman0211 ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚

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Day: 76

https://www.rxgreentechnologies.com/rxgt_trials/flushing-trial/. So I was sitting around thinking of the flush and how much sense it doesnโ€™t make to me! So I did a little research and ran into this!! Very interesting to say the least!!! One of the biggest things that caught my eye in this article were these two sentences! . โ€œNutrients like iron and zinc can accumulate in growing media over time. Feeding water during a flush may release some of these nutrients from the media into the plant. Additionally, zinc and iron are involved in the breakdown of chlorophyll occurring during senescence.โ€

2 years ago

stick e fingerz

stick e fingerz Interesting ๐Ÿง

ganjaman420

ganjaman420 Foxtails are a sign of high feeds when the plant is trying to die, the reason we flush is to mimic nature, more rain colder temps and lower ppms/ecs give the plant the natural fade and structure you want.

YesYouCannabis

YesYouCannabis Faitail could be from heat stress

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Day: 76

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Ok so hereโ€™s where I suck! Haha. Always have a hard time knowing when to chop!! Are these girls ready? Iโ€™d say yea but again I have a hard time knowing when too late is late and early is early! Haha. Thanks for the help

2 years ago

stick e fingerz

stick e fingerz Cloudy and 10% amber is how is looks from here Iโ€™d say good to go ๐Ÿ‘solid job bro

budman0211

budman0211 Thanks bro!

Day: 76

Well one down and one to go!!! Gonna have to wait till tomorrow tho, because my back is killing!!!! About 3 1/2 hrs to chop and trim this bitch!!!

2 years ago

Day: 69

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Clones are kickin and doing quite well. Next run will be my first run of seeds ever!! I have always cloned so something new along with new strains to come!!! Canโ€™t wai!!๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐ŸŒฑ

2 years ago

combatmedic81

combatmedic81 You should seriously top those things

budman0211

budman0211 Yea I kno and do! The way my setup is sucks!! Haha. I only truly have one room/box to grow in. So I use the 2 feet of that on top of the box for clones and veg till I can get them into the box. Once I get them there I fim all the nodes and bend her over.

Day: 69

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Just some bud pics! Smelling like straight up tangerines!! Canโ€™t wait! Better than the smell of fresh coffee in the morning!!

2 years ago

organic_grower

organic_grower Looking good ๐Ÿ‘

Day: 67

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Just looking for some thoughts on harvest time. First 3 pics are of one gal and last three the other gal. Week 8 starts tomorrow. I think number 1 may have another 2 weeks and gal 2 should be ready for flush?! Thoughts ladies and gents??!

2 years ago

vet19vet75

vet19vet75 More time. Needs some amber.

Day: 65

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Tuesday will be start of week 8! The one gal is looking to be done around end of week eight. On the other hand the other looks sativa dominant so may need another week or two! As for the third runt, I chopped her about a week ago. For some odd reason she finished way early and had some baby nugs. Despite that the baby nugs turned out quite swell! ๐Ÿ‘Œ. Only turned out with 1.1 oz, but is what it is! Glad I was able to find homes for the clones off her!!

2 years ago

Day: 54

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6th week feed today! So the lights are being quite brutal to the one girl!! Not sure if itโ€™s the strain or what but has tiny popcorn buds! The buds are rock solid but tiny and light burn like whoa!! Not much I can do about it now. On the other hand the other two ladies are doing quite well! I noticed the edges browning a bit. Not sure if I need to give a little more bloom than normal, any thoughts on this? I thought it to be a potassium deficiency, but still sticking with the normal feed schedule.

2 years ago

budman0211

budman0211 Btw as u can see I fed cal/mag today. Things started last week and thought it was potassium def. I went with a normal feed and things are the same if not a little worse than last week. So now tossed up on the cal/mag and potassium def. Leaning more towards cal/mag now itโ€™s still goin on

Day: 54

Babies moving along nicely!

2 years ago

Day: 47

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Week 5 starts today! Well I can say I def got my hopes up this run and they are slowly crumbling!! ๐Ÿ˜ข! Start to a new unknown strain along with first led grow. Should have went with my instincts and cut the light prob a good 8 inches lower! Sure can tell ya itโ€™s a big let down to get this far and starting to get some light burn pretty bad! The girls are tied down to the max and lights are also maxed out!! Only thing I can possibly do is dim the lights and hope for the best! Still got some decent stanky nugs around the edges of the light! ๐Ÿค™

2 years ago

stizz

stizz Nice ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ

budman0211

budman0211 Wish shit wouldnโ€™t have gone south for me but no turning back! Thanks tho bro!

stizz

stizz Yea man we live and learn now you know what to do next go around. This happen to me my last grow this. But I can tell you know what you doing still look good just finish it out and do what you can

Day: 46

Just as I suspected!! Potassium deficiency, or more like lack there of!! Other than that and the little light burn ladies are looking beautiful!! Will be start of week 5 tomorrow!! Few more to go canโ€™t wait with the first led grow. Will definitely be changed to 12-12 a bit sooner next time around. Light burn totally hurt the grow of one plant. But now I know!! Should I feed today or just stick with the schedule for tomorrow? I donโ€™t wanna over water is my only concern I gave them a bit of water yesterday!

2 years ago

Day: 26

Help! P,k def going on?!

2 years ago

Day: 23

First time with leds and trying a slight Scrog, sog method.

2 years ago

Ms.CannaGrow

Ms.CannaGrow Pangggg๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

organic_grower

organic_grower Jam packed of goodness! ๐Ÿ‘

budman0211

budman0211 I lied tho!! My bad! Day 23 of 12-12! ๐Ÿค™

Day: 23

Not how app was intended Iโ€™m sure, but for all the growmies out there! Share the love!

2 years ago

GreenNinjaMaster

GreenNinjaMaster ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘

budman0211

budman0211 ๐Ÿค™

mystrain420 _@eaegifts

mystrain420 _@eaegifts ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

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Day: 1

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Girls into their final pots and into the grow room! Few more weeks of vegging out to go for sure!!

2 years ago

Day: 1

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Final buckets and new home! Few more weeks of veg for sure!

2 years ago