thebudmannextdoor

Blackberry Kush Auto

Summer 2020 ( Outdoor grow)

BlackBerry Kush auto flowering feminised by Dutch Passion Seeds. Outside grow. Planted into pots inside and moved outside after sprouting.

Blackberry Kush

Day 70 (Week 10)

25 updates

53 photos

Day: 70

I need help , what’s up with Clive ?

2 years ago

bigsammy

bigsammy What a fucking hater Troy your are a goof

Day: 65

Whoop But what’s happened to Clive ?

2 years ago

Canderso99 Gorgeous autoflower!

Day: 49

One plant is showing mad colours, buds coming on really nicely in the first week of flower. The other plant is pumping out bud sites like there’s no tomorrow. I fed them both half a litre of water ( mixing 3ml of tommite tomato nutes to 1 litre ) and I’ll wait a week until I feed again. The weathers going to be HOT this week so I’ll make sure to give them half a litre each every 3/4 days ;)

2 years ago

Day: 46

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Mad colours now, Clive is going to PRODUCE I hope , teehee

2 years ago

Day: 41

Lst going well, first pistils popped up :)

2 years ago

Day: 37

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So I need urgent help, I’ve LSTd both girls recently and they responded very well to it so I’m begging to train the stem back around to expose new growth and allow the plant to stay “within the pot” without its leaves spilling out over the side of that makes sense. Clive is looking so bright and lush and on a mission to grow. My purple one is getting really purple and has begun its first signs of flowering. I’m annoyed as she’s so small and looks very runty atm. Let’s hope she pulls through...

2 years ago

Day: 30

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Slow growth but still growth... outdoor proving to defigure one of the girls ...

2 years ago

Day: 25

What is this ??? Clive is healthy

2 years ago

Day: 20

Can someone help me ? This brown discolouration appeared on my younger leaves a while back , It went away very quickly as the leaves pushed out but now they appear deformed and I’m worried it will affect growth. Maybe slugs ? It kind of looks purple tho so maybe genetics ? Mutations ??? Grrr

2 years ago

Day: 19

Groovy Very slow growth but she’s picking up speed, come on Clive !

2 years ago

Day: 17

Weird deformed leaves on the darker one i have named blackie chan hence the strain name , Clive is looking happy , watering less and less often now

2 years ago

Day: 14

Growing very slowly , does anyone have any advice ???

2 years ago

Day: 13

Happy plants

2 years ago

Day: 12

Still very much a seedling, thinking about moving these guys to a field with maximum sun next week but they’re looking healthy.

2 years ago

Day: 11

I feel as though this is going to be a rather slow grow, I am not entirely sure how quickly blackberry Kush flowers outdoors but I’m hoping it is within 8 to 9 weeks:)

2 years ago

Day: 10

Left the plants outside today, looking strong after the rain. Will soon start doing weekly updates :)

2 years ago

Day: 9

Both of my blackberries have now got their first proper leaves growing. I’ve moved them to a more sheltered location where they will get the most of the sun , I will water them once a day with half a cup of water as the morning dew provides moisture for the morning :)

2 years ago

Day: 8

Very good growth :) first leaves showing !

2 years ago

Day: 7

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It’s been a week! Good news... The suns out and it’s hot. Both of my seedlings have sprouted and are getting ready to unfurl their leaves. Keeping the homemade humidity domes on them in the evening but taking them off during the day so they make the most of the sun. I have read that you should avoid getting the seedling wet at this stage and during early vegetation as it can do damage to the plant later on by giving it unnecessary stress. Therefore I’m making sure the medium is damp but not wet , around the seedling - the easiest way to do this I’ve found is watering over the homemade domes ( it disperses the water really well around the plant) - I will continue to water every 6 hours ( by water I mean no more then 10 ml ) and I’ll move the plants inside tonight at 9pm.

2 years ago

Day: 6

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Been nearly a week since I started this process and although it’s taken a while I’m adamant I’ll see a shoot very soon. I make sure my medium in both pots is damp but not wet as such to allow the seeds the best roof growth. I also noticed that one of the seeds ( I think seed #2) has appeared at the surface of the soil. This gives me the confidence that the taproots have been growing in their new soil home and that I’ll see green leaves tomorrow :)

2 years ago

Thebudmannextdoor I have placed makeshift humidity domes over the seedlings thy are now on the surface, hopefully giving them a bit more warmth as the cold nights ahead approach.

Day: 5

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Today’s a good day. It’s moderate weather outside with mostly cloud cover and bit of sun so I thought I’d try to pot my seedlings today! Having opened the wet paper towel this morning once removed from the zip lock bag I discovered both my seeds were rocketing along with both taproots now clearly visible, Finally! At 10:15 this morning I planted both seedlings, taproots facing down, about 3/4cm from the surface. I potted them into 5 gallon pots filled with a mix of sand, soil and compost called VITAX multipurpose, bought at the garden centre. I made sure the soil was damp and flushed through before planting and I used distilled water sprinkled around the newly planted seeds. I’ll update tonight to check for shoots but I’m confident. I know seed #2 will be the first to break as it has completed the germination and produced a 1/2 inch taproot in 24hrs...

2 years ago

Thebudmannextdoor Plants were put inside at 7pm tonight , will be taken out tomorrow at 9:00pm.

Day: 4

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Okay so after the seed confusion yesterday I ended up with seed #1 back in a wet paper towel along with the newly sunken seed #2 to remaining there until I see taproots. I checked this morning and seed #2 has cracked revealing a little white root. Seed #1 has a potential crack but it’s hard to make out currently. I placed the wet towel containing the seeds into a zip lock bag to retain humidity, opening the bag every 3 hours to allow for fresh oxygen. I have placed a hot water bottle nearby but not touching the seeds for warmth and I’m hoping to pot both the seeds into their medium when I see tap roots 1/4 “ long. Slightly irritated that I had to germinate two of my three seeds considering I wanted to grow two others strains alongside the blackberry Kush but I guess now I’ll just have 2 plants :)

2 years ago

Day: 3

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Okay so I’m unsure as to whether seed #1 germinated. I’ve seen no shoot coming from the soil and the fact that I saw no taproot before it was planted concerns me. Thus I have taken the seed out of the pot. It was bone dry with no signs of germination ( excluding that it sinks in water). I have decided to begin germination on another seed, this time leaving it alone in water for 18hrs or until it has sunken, before placing it between wet paper towels in hope of a tap root. Only then will I pot the seed into medium. Fingers crossed! Seed #1 has been placed between wet paper towels once again until I see a taproot or I am certain it is a dud. See pictures

2 years ago

Thebudmannextdoor Seed #2 has already shown the first signs of taproot having been in a glass of water for 2 hours.

Thebudmannextdoor Seed #2 has sunken and I have placed it within a wet paper towel for the night :)

Day: 2

No sign of any taproots as of yet , but the seed sank when put in water indicating the shell had broken in some way or another. After being left in a wet paper towel overnight I planted the seed in a soil mix: Pete/ compost/ fertiliser The seed was planted at 3pm on Friday the 1st of May. I will leave the pot in a greenhouse until I see the shoot before moving it into sunlight.

2 years ago

Day: 1

The seed has begun its germinating process within a wet paper towel in a dark place with access to oxygen. I will leave it there for 18 hrs max. The paper towel appeared cold so I placed a hot water bottle in near vicinity.

2 years ago