CBG Sanity

Spring 2021

Dropped 3 CBG in cubes and saturated with low nute water.

Matterhorn CBG Fem (moon) 14%

Day 115 (Week 17)

15 updates

34 photos

Day: 115

Drying begins!

3 years ago

Day: 108

Tri are milky. Tapering nutes to 200 ppm. Starting detox before harvest.

3 years ago

Day: 101

Starting to taper off the nutes. 800ppm for both plants. Growth has stopped and it’s all bud thickening. Some branches need lots of support. The plants are full but not strong. Pistols are starting to brown.

3 years ago


lettuce97 all good, hopefully you caught the couple areas the plant is lacking in, and kill that next run!! and i have definitely seen worse, this isn’t garbage. keep perfecting!!

gummyboss Thank you! These are my first feminized CBD heavy plants. I usually grow auto-flowering thc heavy plants. I’m not used to plants growing above 3 feet. I think they stretched too much at an early stage because of lighting.


lettuce97 absolutely, and know this, YOU ARE RIGHT, that’s exactly what i see here, looks like she stretched a bit early, and idk what nutes ur using but maybe try some advanced nutes (assuming you have not already), and just be patient w her! how does that insulation foam board work too??? has me extra curious, was thinking of recreating this for my veg plants!

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Day: 92

Looking great! Added some magnesium to the mix to help with some of the drooping leaves in PLANT B. Otherwise we are well on our way!

3 years ago

Day: 83

B plant is still flowing at the top and some branches. Struggling at other levels. I think the root rot is a battle but I’m pushing through! Plant A is thriving!!! Both plants have needed extra reinforcers. Super unstable to stand on there own. They both stand taller than me.

3 years ago


rykardawg How did you acquire root rot?

gummyboss I’m not certain. I’ve never had root rot before. My suspicion is that it’s been really warm this summer and I grew a lettuce in the same pot for fun. Maybe the lettuce soured the water? Maybe my air stone wasn’t flowing well to keep the bacteria from forming? Either way, I rinsed the root well and sprayed with hydrogen peroxide (low grade). It seems to be doing pretty well in most of the plant after a month since the rot has formed.


rykardawg Sorry to hear that. Yeah imma follow this because I need to know what works for future reference. Thank you for sharing this experience

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Day: 75

1400 ppm. 6.0 ph. We have survived root rot in plant B! The next problem is the plants getting too tall. Close to 6.5 feet from base to top.

3 years ago

Day: 66

I think B has a bit of root rot. It’s still flowering. Plant A is still looking great. Moving too week 7 nutes. I cleaned the roots with hydrogen peroxide and cleaned the bucket really well. Replaced the stone and tubing.

3 years ago

Day: 54

It’s been hot. One plant got really thirsty! Plant is starting to flower. Just barely.

3 years ago

Day: 46

Transitioning light to 12/12. Nutes at transition week. Reinforced trunks.

3 years ago

Day: 36

Blending nutes before going maxi bloom. Not sure if that is what is best being fem seeds. They are growing fast! Started trimming at the bottom about 4 inches. Topped and did some stress bends.

3 years ago

Day: 28

Moved to new grow room. B is double the size of A. Both looking great!

3 years ago

Day: 17

Ph meter might be off. Growing lettuce. Nuts at week 3

3 years ago

Day: 12

Upped the nutrient levels and checked ph

3 years ago

Day: 7

Dropped in buckets with nute week 1 (300ppm) and 6.0 ph

3 years ago

Day: 2

We’ve got sprouts!

3 years ago