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    Bag Seed Experiment

    A friend gave me some seeds he had from an unknown strain so I could experiment with them.
    1st pic is from June 1st, second one is from July 14th.
    I've tried different soils, fertilizers, different PH waters, etc. I've tried fim, top, lst and super cropping to see what the effects are between each.

    Keeping a log of everything hoping to break all the info down this winter and come up with an easy, low hassle guide to go by in the future.
    The last time I tried growing was in 1978! Been doing ok so far.

    #2
    Did you get to try the 'erb the seeds came from Capt?
    'It can all start from a seed'

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      #3
      Originally posted by Gypsy Nirvana View Post
      Did you get to try the 'erb the seeds came from Capt?

      I'm curious how you know that? But, to answer the question, no.
      I'm saving those to start late winter or very early spring. I'm very pleased to get those, and am looking forward to growing with good genetic seed.


      The seeds for this experimental grow came from a friend who's been growing from this seed for the last 10 years. His process is to start them on his window sill when he gets about 12/12 light, then when they show sex he puts them under 18/6 1000w hps. He says "his females always have some seeds" so he replants with those. I'm sure everything hermies doing it that way, so I'm not expecting much, other than to get some grow experience.

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        #4
        Update on the experiment.

        Plants are about 5.5' to a little under 7'
        Buds are small, I'm guess maybe a couple weeks in flower?
        Some fan leaves dying, maybe from age of plant?
        I need to start defoliating
        Stuck half back in cheap greenhouse, left rest ou8tside.
        Attached Files

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          #5
          For bag seed, those are some nice looking gals!


          One of my favorite plants ever came from some Mexican bag seed.
          (my first "to the finish" grow, actually)


          I hope you get to enjoy the fruits of your labor.
          https://www.angelfire.com/cantina/fo...s/profiles.htm


          https://blog.nutri-tech.com.au/

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            #6
            Good job Capt. You have a green thumb. Enjoy!

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              #7
              Thanks MJ and Ace. Later this week the weather guy is calling for night time temps in the upper 30's. Hope they survive!

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                #8
                Plants look great !

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                  #9
                  Color me impressed. Gotta wait for rep to reset.
                  You may not vote on any more threads today.
                  Don't sweat the technique.
                  And honestly. My fuck ups turn to gold so much the thought of fuckin up don't even bother me. So I keep it auto when I'm stepping through a portal. I know that sounds strange but, strange beats normal.

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                    #10
                    Oh boy. Thats some real plant prn. Keep up to good work!
                    And post some regular updates.

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                      #11
                      The last 2 nights the temps have been 32 degrees and heavy frost. The plants I left outside did get damaged a little but not severely. I'm guessing I need about 3 weeks more before I can harvest.
                      Thanks for the comments everybody.

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                        #12
                        Took a few pics yesterday. The plants outside are showing some frost damage, the ones I crammed in the greenhouse look ok, but very crowded. 3 weeks to harvest? I have no clue, lol.
                        Attached Files

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                          #13
                          Hey Cap the next time we get a frost cover your plants with some plastic or even the blue plastic tarps they sell everywhere in Maine . You don't need to get to picky just throw over the top will work fine .

                          Looks like you still have a good 2 to 3 weeks to go before there going to be ready .

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by BlackBart View Post
                            Hey Cap the next time we get a frost cover your plants with some plastic or even the blue plastic tarps they sell everywhere in Maine . You don't need to get to picky just throw over the top will work fine .

                            Looks like you still have a good 2 to 3 weeks to go before there going to be ready .

                            Yeah, I found a couple tarps in my garage for the next frost. Don't know why I didn't do that before, lol. My mind must be slipping from old age, lol.

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                              #15
                              No worries bro i'm in the same department too HE HE !

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