Kush Twins - trial run


1500W ‘equivalent’ full spectrum LED, Coco/perlite hydro closet grow in a 2x3 tent.

OG Kush - Reserva Privada

Day 64 (Week 10)

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57 photos

Day: 64

#1 and #2 looking and smelling good

4 years ago

Day: 57

Week 3 of flower. #1 is lighter green and prone to mutated fan leaves with 11-13 fingers. #2 is still producing larger and wider-fingered leaves and the smell is becoming even more irresistible. I think this is the one, but we will have to wait to be sure.

4 years ago

Day: 44

Flowering. #1 has been rather pale / lime green for the past week or so but is further along into flowering than #2.

4 years ago

Day: 34

Added a new light today and it was the last day receiving 18 hours light (I waited too long to feed) and will go off after 12 hrs tomorrow.

4 years ago

Day: 33

Defoliated some and took 4 clones. Flip tomorrow.

4 years ago

Day: 29

#2 has been doing just fine. The injury site doesn’t look too different yet.

4 years ago

Day: 28

No drooping or anything.

4 years ago

Day: 27

Split #2 in half being a bit too eager with tying the main branches down. I’m just going to leave it as it and see how it plays out. Because it has the other nodes below I’m not too concerned about it splitting further - let’s hope I don’t regret this. I’ve seen how easily my other plant bounced back from worse, and on top of this has been a very vigorously growing plant so I am not too worried.

4 years ago

Day: 23

Transplanted into 3 gallon pots today. The roots were somewhat stuck to the bottom of the 1 gallon pots because I had them sitting on upside down pots for the height and there was no air available to ‘prune’ them. Sprinkled Myke into and around the hole. New batch of nutrients included a small amount of molasses, some Floralicious Plus, and a light dose of Cannazym. I’m not using RO water, in fact the tap water here is treated with chloramine so hopefully some beneficials can still thrive. Continuing training the lower branches to try and get them out from the shade and eventually even with the others to have 4 main branches. The plan is to flip the tent to 12/12 on June 1st (9 days from now) since I now have all the supplies and have installed the carbon filter.

4 years ago

Day: 20


Started LST on #2’s main branches. The branches on the lower node are growing quickly and swelling up, not sure that I want to sacrifice them for clones. #1’s runoff pH tested at 6.3, all others were 6.1. Today’s batch of nutes had a small amount of molasses added (15 ml per 5 gallons) and pH’d to 5.5

4 years ago

Day: 19

Growing. Started LST on #1’s new main branches, #2’s are still too small.

4 years ago

Day: 18


4 years ago

Day: 17

Topped both to 3rd node. Only removed two growth tips on each. Saving the other two for clones when they’re a bit bigger. Noticed red stems and what seems to be light burn from water being left on the leaf after watering. That being said, I’m not ruling out a nutrient issue as I believe I may have mistakenly only used 1/2 the amount of FloraMicro as required the in the last 5 gallon batch of nutes. This newest batch is mixed correctly and pH’d to 5.7. I also omitted any extras like SuperThrive and molasses.

4 years ago

Day: 16


4 years ago

Day: 15

Phenotypes are interesting. The OGK twins barely look like siblings.

4 years ago

Day: 14

Cleaned tent and rearranged.

4 years ago

Day: 12

Transplanted #1 today. The differences (besides growth rate) between the two are becoming more apparent. Both are around 18 inches from the light.

4 years ago

Day: 11

Transplanted #2 into 1 gal pot. Beautiful strong roots as you can see. Still can’t see any from the bottom of #1’s cup so I left her another day or so. Raised both plants closer to the light - need to measure distance.

4 years ago

Day: 10

I can see the tip of a root poking out of #2’s cup and she is already larger than the cup which indicates transplant time, however I would like to do both at the same time and I don’t think #1 is ready. Perhaps tomorrow, otherwise I can always just do the one.

4 years ago

Day: 9

Repeat: molasses in the morning and reg feed at night. SuperThrive was added to the nutes this mix. Noticed what looks to be some early burning in the tips of #1, perhaps due to the molasses which was finished today anyway.

4 years ago

Day: 8

Repeat of yesterday: molasses feed in the morning, regular nutes in the evening. Sprayed the underneath a few times and will try to do a proper foliar feed at lights off.

4 years ago

Day: 7

Some leaf twisting on #2, potential calcium deficiency. #1 still smaller and seems to have a reddish stem. The nutrients used to feed tested 6.3 pH which would indicate total calcium lockout. Mixed a new batch with added molasses at 5.6 pH and fed 50-60 ml to runoff which tested at 6.1 pH. Mixed a large batch of veg nutes in the evening as well as CalMag water for foliar feeding, both pH’d to 5.7 Fed another 60 ml to runoff in the evening and foliar fed underneath only. I will spray the tops and bottoms again right after lights out.

4 years ago

Dukeshaba You are doing WAY to much

KC40 I have this pH meter I may as well use it! I’m experimenting on these grows because I have nothing but time right now and want to get it down before I actually start growing my chosen strains. These seeds were freebies. Also if it turns out that I am doing way to much, it’s documented here so it doesn’t get repeated.

Day: 6

Twins were removed from the prop dome last night. Despite having an early lead in growth, #1 has fallen behind #2 which is both taller and further developed than its older brother. Fed to runoff in the early evening both days with plenty of time left under the lights. I may have to do a mid-week cleaning since the tent is pretty grimy at the moment.

4 years ago

Day: 5

Looking good. Opened the vents on the dome last night. Soon I will have no clones and they will be placed in gen. pop with the bag seed plant.

4 years ago

Day: 4

Fed another small amount around the outer edge. That thermometer runs a bit high, it isn’t 85F in the dome but it was very warm today so higher than usual.

4 years ago

Day: 3

Moved them under the outer edge of the light, approx 29-30 inches away and through the dome currently. Still only seeing #2’s taproot. Used a syringe to remove the majority of the water in the dome tray. Everything is pretty wet so I’ll let it dry out a little. Early in the evening they were transplanted into coco & perlite in solo cups. I had already saturated the coco in the cups to runoff with fresh veg nutes. After transplant I fed a small amount more around the outer edge. The twins were placed back in the dome under the light.

4 years ago

Day: 2

Looking good. They were a bit too close to the light yesterday after taking photos so I readjusted them and also poured a bit of full strength veg nutes into the prop dome tray to “bottom feed” and let them drink what they want. #2’s taproot sticking out of the pellet. Will begin to prepare the coco and solo cups for transplant in the next few days.

4 years ago

Day: 1

The twins have sprouted - planted 4 days ago directly in these jiffy pellets with pH adjusted water, then kept in the propagation dome above 85 RH since then (except for taking this picture evidently). Meet OGK #1 and OGK #2!

4 years ago