Blueberry Kush first grow DWC

Fall 2020

first indica grow i have ever attempted, considering trying a variety of methods to grow different plants to see which one i like the most. does anyone specifically run dwc for all the plants out of personal preference? To me it seems more fascinating and enjoyable to look after then soil.

Blueberry Kush

Day 88 (Week 13)

11 updates

20 photos

Day: 88

getting her bushy as possible, I found the more I fuck with the plant the plant training it the resilient the plant can be. been feeding her agressive veg at 90%

2 years ago

Day: 64


she going crazy lately I haven’t been doing any trimming yet I’m getting her as bushy as possible constant lst so the new nodes can receive light

2 years ago

Day: 31

18/6 maintained ph daily. Topped her yesterday.

2 years ago

Day: 24

Maintaining ph she’s loving it, just got a new light and I hope she reacts well to it, more mmol and par she wasn’t receiving enough previously.

2 years ago

Day: 20

just been maintaining ph, days are all messed up on this post this isn’t the 20th day. I think it’s the 16th for her

2 years ago

Day: 15

put her in a larger dwc bucket, upped her nutrients aswell ran out of hydroton so I need the delivery to come in ASAP to stop these light leaks

2 years ago

Day: 13

maintaining 5.8

2 years ago

Day: 11

gave her some more nutrients and shes loving it, I’ll add a new picture of the root she is growing too fast I have a big gallon bucket that’s ready for transplant I’m exited for her, first dwc grow has been easier then I could have imagined.

2 years ago

Day: 8

been maintaining the ph at 5.8 feeding again sunday

2 years ago

Day: 3

basically turned this plant and a pink lemonade hybrid to a experiment, added proper nutrients and stands at 5.8 ph. First dwc grow ive ever tried to take on. Need to paint this bucket black and get a long sand stone so oxygen spreads evenly.

2 years ago

Day: 0

germinated her a few days ago and planted her in some soil once I had a root going, she shot up and showed green really quick, accidentally gave her some nutrients so I hope it doesn’t affect her in the long run. I have a theory with the stones it’ll keep humidity up within the soil Which hopefully reacts in growth, has anyone ever tried this?

2 years ago