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White Cookies Indoor Grow

Organic Only, Summer 2021

4 White Cookies (crop king seeds, feminized), 5X5 grow tent, 5 gallon pots. Fertilizer used: bat guano (0-18-0), blood meal (12-0-0), kelp meal (1-0-3).

White Cookies

Day 101 (Week 15)

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Day: 101

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Trichomes are starting to turn a nice milky white colour. Almost ready for harvest.

a year ago

Day: 87

-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -22-25 Celsius🌡 -40%-55% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧

a year ago

Day: 83

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -22-25 Celsius🌡 -40%-55% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Came back after a weekend vacation and the buds are looking super frosty. They have also developed a pretty pungent aroma.

a year ago

Day: 79

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -20-24 Celsius🌡 -50%-55% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧

a year ago

Day: 75

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -22-25 Celsius🌡 -50%-60% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Top dressed plants with 2 tsp kelp meal, and 1/3 tsp bat guano for a 2-6-6 NPK ratio.

a year ago

Day: 73

-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-25 Celsius🌡 -50%-60% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Had to leave the plants for a bit but they are still looking pretty healthy. Plants are starting to develop trichomes which is exiting! The first plant gotta be my favourite out of the bunch, every leaf on it is the perfect shade of green.

a year ago

Day: 65

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-25 Celsius🌡 -50%-65% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧

a year ago

Day: 64

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-25 Celsius🌡 -50%-65% Humidity🌊 -900ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Humidity was getting out of control so I added a dehumidifier. Seeing some strong bud formations coming in💪.

a year ago

Day: 61

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -20-22 Celsius🌡 -55%-70% Humidity🌊 -850ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Added it’s first dose of flowering nutes. Using 1/3rd tsp bat guano and 2 tsp kelp meal per plant for a 2-6-6 NPK ratio.

a year ago

Day: 59

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-23 Celsius🌡 -55-65% Humidity🌊 -850ml/day Drip Irrigation💧

a year ago

Day: 57

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -20-22 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 -850ml/day Drip Irrigation💧

a year ago

str8ightPiff

str8ightPiff Wow they look so healthy

Day: 56

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -20-22 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 -850ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Did a few strategic tie downs to spread out the canopy. Seeing white hairs starting to grow in.

a year ago

Day: 55

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-23 Celsius🌡 -55%-65% Humidity🌊 -850ml/day Drip Irrigation💧 Growth is becoming more rapid and the plants are starting their flowering stretch.

a year ago

Day: 53

I need help with this plant!!! It was looking beautiful yesterday and suddenly changed to this overnight. I suspect this is root rot because nothing else can just change like this so rapidly.

a year ago

locker105

locker105 FALSE ALARM! The drip-line was just clogged😂. Thank god I almost shit myself.

locker105

locker105 Gave it some water and it’s looking blessed

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Day: 53

One of the most important lessons I could’ve learned… never trust your drippers. Within a couple hours of watering this slumped dead looking plant it is back to normal😮‍💨.

a year ago

Day: 51

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-23 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 -600ml/day Drip Irrigation💧

a year ago

ktc These are looking great

locker105

locker105 Thanks, I appreciate it! I’ve been a bit lazy at defoliating the under leaves, but all the main tops are getting direct light, so that’s all that matters to me😎

Day: 50

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-23 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊

a year ago

Day: 49

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-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-23 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Mixed kelp meal, blood meal, and bat guano in a spray bottle to create a 7-4.5-3 NPK ratio. A lot of growers switch to low N, and high P/K right when their lights switch, however, I found this ratio to be more beneficial for the flowering stretch.

a year ago

Day: 48

-12/12 Light Cycle💡 -21-23 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Just switched the light cycle from 18/6 to 12/12. Flowering stretch is gonna turn these girls into some 5 gallon beasts.

a year ago

Day: 45

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Just installed a scrog net in preparation for the flowering stretch.

a year ago

Day: 44

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I’m playing around with watering amounts on the automatic drip irrigation system and switched up the schedule to 750 ml (divided equally to all plants) every 2 days. I usually water way more then that when hand watering, but drip irrigation uses less water by sending water directly to the root zone.

a year ago

Day: 43

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Looking good! Plants seem like they’re ready for the trellis net.

a year ago

growin4thepham

growin4thepham Awesome canopy on that plant

locker105

locker105 Thanks I appreciate it! It’s gonna be even more awesome when I scrog these guys🤟

locker105

locker105 If I had more time in my grow I’d top for a second time but I gotta harvest by the end of August so I needa flip the lights to 12/12 this weekend

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Day: 42

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I just installed a Kollea Automatic Drip Irrigation system and it works perfect. I put two drippers on either side of each pot to help the spread of water. So far I’m very happy with this product and highly recommend it for boosting the simplicity of your grow.

a year ago

Day: 41

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I’m gonna let these plants veg for one more week, then I’ll switch the lights to 12/12. That will give the roots enough room to stretch in the 5 Gal pots. Also, this strain needs around 8-9 weeks of flowering time, and I gotta go to school start of September, so shit needs to get done... FAST.

a year ago

Caliban

Caliban Looking nice! Lush! Ready for some training

locker105

locker105 Thanks man, I’m planning on setting up a SCROG net soon so that should help spread out the tops.

Caliban

Caliban My advice is to get those grow bags out of those high wall plastic Tupperware. You want good airflow down low to help the soil breath and under canopy. Get small saucer style pot holders for water runoff. Airflow is good. Plants look amazing

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Day: 40

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Plants are looking amazing. The LST is working wonders on light distribution.

a year ago

Day: 39

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-24 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Just started on some LST to increase light penetration. I’m wondering though, should I top the plants for a second time? I only have 5 gallon pots so I need to save some root space for when I switch it to flowering. What do you guys think, should I just stick to LST then SCROG?

a year ago

Stoney68 My green crack has yellow tips on leaves and yellow leaves on the bottom. I watered yesterday with 1 tbsp molasses to 1 gallon of water. What is causing this? I brought it back from nute burn 2 weeks ago.

locker105

locker105 I think your post is private, so without a photo there’s not much I can say definitively. However, based on that description, yellowing at the bottom is usually either A) natural process of a plants life (leaves turn yellow when they don’t get enough light) or B) Nitrogen deficiency. Also, If you had nute burn 2 weeks ago the yellow tips would make sense, once a plants leaves turn yellow it can never reverse back to the green it once was. If I was you though, I would invest in a ph meter, make sure the water is around 6-7, and stick to an appropriate NPK ratio for the size of your plant. Personally I stick to a 2.5-1.5-1.5 NPK ratio once the plants around 3 weeks old, and then dial it up once it’s mid veg to 7-3-3.

Stoney68 Should I water my plants every day?

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Day: 38

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊

a year ago

Day: 37

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊

a year ago

Day: 36

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Fertilized the three big plants with around a 7-3-3 NPK ratio.

a year ago

Day: 34

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Had to leave the grow tent for two days, so I haven’t been watering. Plants are looking great though no problems to report.

a year ago

steezykayla

steezykayla Hahah love the drainage capture totes. I’ve totally done this although I just used the lids of the totes. Those look like fabric pots, do you have any pot elevators for underneath them? Nobody wants soggy bottoms haha! Good airflow thru the bottom is important with those I believe.

locker105

locker105 Honestly, when I was planning out this grow set up I totally forgot to buy any drainage totes but I just found this stuff around the house. That is a good idea tho I could try to find something to elevate them.

locker105

locker105 (update) I just bought a 3 pack of rolling drainage elevators off of Amazon, so thanks for the advice. These are sick because I can turn the plants around easier when I’m watering them/adding organic fertilizers.

Day: 32

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Plants are looking beautiful, growth just keeps getting faster.

a year ago

Day: 31

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Trimmed two big leaves off the first plant last night. It’s looking great, the defoliation caused so many strong tops to explode out of it.

a year ago

steezykayla

steezykayla Hey I just wanted to ask if you’ve heard of “LST clips”? Theyre clips for low stress plant training. (We spoke on hotbox beauty im still new to this not sure where else I could comment to ya 😛)

Rjf1227

Rjf1227 Are they autos?

locker105

locker105 @steezykayla No I haven’t, that sounds sick though what’s the link?

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Day: 30

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊

a year ago

Day: 29

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Lightly fertilized last night with a (3-3-3) NPK ratio.

a year ago

Day: 28

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Did a bit of trimming last night. Cut off two of the big leaves on the first plant to expose the lower branches, and topped the third plant. Can’t wait for this explosive growth to branch out🤟.

a year ago

Day: 27

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊

a year ago

Caliban

Caliban Hey there. Just my quick assess looks like you might have an Nitrogen over feed situation and nutrient burn. Turned down dark green leaves. And burned edges feel like N overdose.

IllusionalDazle

IllusionalDazle Not looking so good! :/. I have some spots and burn on my tips as well! How are you gonna fix this?

Caliban

Caliban Flush. What substrate are you using? Flush w ph 6.5-6.8.

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Day: 26

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I’m happy to see all of the tops sprouting out towards the light. Also, I’m pleased to announce that my grow is now fully automated (except for watering) since I bought this light timer off of Amazon. Honestly, I highly recommend growers to learn how to automate their indoor grow ops and simplify the growing process.

a year ago

Day: 25

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊

a year ago

CaptainCannabis420

CaptainCannabis420 Looks like she has a little magnesium deficiency

locker105

locker105 Yeah that’s exactly what I thought too, but now I’m thinking it may have been light burn…

locker105

locker105 The light was 28 inches away from the top of the plants which was the correct distance but my light was too powerful. When I dimmed the light to about 60% power though the yellowing stopped so I think that problem is resolved.

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Day: 24

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Tops are coming in nicely on both of the topped plants. Planning on topping the 3rd plant soon.

a year ago

Day: 23

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Fertilized the plants last night with a mix of around (7-4.5-3) NPK ratio (half that dosage was given to the young plant). This time I added used coffee grounds, blood meal, bat guano, and kelp meal as a top dress to the soil. I’m happy to see some strong new tops forming on the second plant, looks like it liked the nutes💪🌱.

a year ago

Day: 22

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Just topped the big plant today, and the new growth is looking healthy, but I’m noticing some kind of deficiency on the second highest leaf (first pic). I have no idea what this could be, but ill probably give the plants more nutrients tonight which should help the problem. This is only occurring on new leaves, and it looks like yellow stripes around the edges of the leaf, so if anyone knows what this could be, please shoot me a comment below👇

a year ago

locker105

locker105 Now that I’m looking closely at these plants, I realize that this could be a magnesium deficiency… maybe. I would love to hear other people’s opinions though.

Day: 21

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 2nd picture looks like it’s recovered from the topping. Probably going to top the biggest plant tonight🤟

a year ago

Mystrain420

Mystrain420 Looks great 👍🏾

locker105

locker105 Thanks bud👊

Day: 20

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Topped one of the plants (2nd pic) last night at the 5th node. Planning on topping the other big plant a little later once her 6th node develops.

a year ago

Day: 19

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I gave these plants another light feeding of nutrients, except this time I included the little guy. Planning on topping the two fastest growing plants because they have 5 nodes and I feel they can take the stress.

a year ago

hotbox_beauty If this is your considered topper, do it. Shes perfect. Strong yet young enough to train and by god clone that top lol i let mine die and im mad about it

locker105

locker105 Thanks for the good advice! Yeah, I’ll be attempting to top the 1st and 2nd photo tonight. There only 19 days old but they grew super fast.

hotbox_beauty Wow!! Thats it?! Mine did t look like that till 30 days in damn near

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Day: 18

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Noticed some early stages of light burn on some of the plants, so I raised the light by 4 inches. Plants are also starting to develop an amazing smell. Once you open the tent you just get a wave of dank aroma.

a year ago

Day: 17

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Transplanted the little guy early. Could’ve waited a bit longer for her to fill up the solo cup with roots, but I just decided to get it over and done with.

a year ago

Day: 16

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Lightly fertilized the three big plants with kelp, bat guano, and blood meal yesterday. Plants already look healthier in colour and the growth is vigorous. Planning on topping the 5th node when they develop.

a year ago

Day: 15

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I’m seeing a lot of new lower growth blossoming in and I’m loving it. Plants look healthy and happy in their new home’s.

a year ago

bkganja

bkganja 🤩 Nice !!

Day: 14

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 I just transplanted these plants last night and they already look recovered from the shock. Gonna start lightly fertilizing soon once I feel the plants are ready for it. Starting with a 3-2-2 NPK ratio.

a year ago

Day: 13

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 These girls are getting a lot bigger. When would you all suggest I transplant them into there final 5 gallon fabric pots? The solo cups are pretty small, and I already can see some roots around the drainage holes, so I’m thinking I’ll transplant sooner then later.

a year ago

Caliban

Caliban Time to transplant when the leaves are over the edge. I usually go 1 gallon for about 3-4 weeks then up to a 10 about 1-2 weeks before flower. Good luck.

locker105

locker105 Thanks for the advise Caliban I appreciate it. I totally agree with you it’s best to transplant earlier then later in order to avoid root-bound stress. I just used solo cups to start because there simple and extremely cheap to get them through germination. I feel the plants are going to love it when I put them in a 5 gal fabric breathable pot though.

Day: 11

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23.5-25.5 Celsius🌡 -80%+ Humidity☹️👎 As you may have noticed, the humidity in the tent was crazy high. Once you get past 70% humidity in the tent the environment becomes harmful to the plants. The problem was I left the window open to the room the grow tent is in and the super rainy and foggy weather clouded up the room. Plus my humidifier was on so that did not help at all😐. Plants don’t look too fazed though, just seems like they’re in the early stages of overwatering.

a year ago

Day: 10

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23.5-25.5 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 The newly germinated seedling magically changed colours overnight!!! Went from a extremely yellow seedling to a vibrant green one. I raised the light 3 inches, so this probably played a factor in getting the plant to bounce back.

a year ago

Steven Growsmith

Steven Growsmith Too much light causing mutation possibly

locker105

locker105 Yeah my light is definitely powerful so I’ll probably raise it tomorrow again as they grow. So far though I feel like the bright light is making the very low growth which is great because lanky seedlings grow poor plant structure.

locker105

locker105 Do you think I should do anything differently to the first photo? It’s been growing the fastest but the leaves looked a bit crinkled up this morning.

Day: 9

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This seed sprouted way faster then I anticipated. The only problem is it doesn’t look as healthy as the other seedlings were... It looks a bit yellow, and the cause may be light burn. The lights are 25 inches away from the top of the seedlings, but this is also a pretty bright and powerful device. Does anyone have another opinion about what this could be??? I’m a first time indoor grower so I’m not at all experienced with led’s.

a year ago

moodswings?

moodswings? She ok just root bound if you think she sick she just wana breath

locker105

locker105 Thanks for the tip, that’s good advice. I usually use the paper towel germ method but this one I just stuck in the ground, so I guess that just goes to show you the effectiveness of growing out the tap root before planting.

Day: 8

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23.5-26.5 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 New sets of leaves are starting to come in and the plant keeps getting bigger💪. As a grower, when do you all start fertilizing your cannabis plants? I’ve seen many organic growers start early in the seedling stage and get great results without nute burn.

2 years ago

Day: 7

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24.5-26.5 Celsius🌡 -55%-65% Humidity🌊 Seedlings are healthy and thriving. Germinating a new seed by planting it directly in the soil. I usually use the paper towel method but I wanted to test something differently.

2 years ago

Day: 5

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Sadly one of the seeds looks like it is failing to germinate☹️👎. Luckily I have an extra seed of White Cookies though, so I’ll be germinating a new one today.

2 years ago

Day: 4

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-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -24-26 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 So far, two out of the four seeds sprouted this morning. The seedlings look vigorous as ever and I can already tell this strain is going to be dank🤍🍪.

2 years ago

Day: 1

-18/6 Light Cycle💡 -23-25 Celsius🌡 -60%-70% Humidity🌊 Used the wet paper towel germination method, and as soon as the tap roots were 1/2 a inch long I potted them in the soil.

2 years ago