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    #46
    Originally posted by Holeshot View Post
    How's the leaves at the bottom going now? Any dying off still.?
    Yes, the older lower leaves are yellowing and falling off, but this seems to be a normal part of the flowering cycle from my experience. I fed her once last week and once this week and I did notice an increase in trichome production ten days after the feedings. Not sure if coincidence or just the Zamaldelica progressing normally. The good thing is the feeding didn't mess things up! Hopefully she'll pack on the snow and I'll have some good shots for you.
    Ace Seeds - Zamaldelica Grow Completed

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      #47
      11/13 Light Schedule Begins

      First day of 11/13 light schedule. The Zam is putting on trics but the calyxes have not started to swell and are hard to see. Not sure how much time is left to finish, but I'm patient! Do you guys think this could be the cRaZy Thai pheno? You know, the one that will get you lost when you go get your mail. I have one side branch that looks like it's from another plant. This branch has just calyxes at the nodes. I rotate the plant so it's not because of lack of light. Very interesting! I'll take a pic a pic of it next time.
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        #48
        That is very nice, what's she smell like?
        "So we're just done with phrasing, right, that's not a thing anymore?."

        "He's like Jesus, just dumber and fatter, and holds the Bible upside down".


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          #49
          Azure im not sure but the orange pistills in that early stage may be much ferts or am i wrong?

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            #50
            high Azure,
            nice one you have but look @ your nutes you give...
            Now they don't need much N so you can reduce that!
            I see some leave tip burning... that come from too much feeding... also the brown hairs show normally a little overdose... best ist to check the EC of your drain water... >1 means too much nutes... than is better to flush until your around 1.0 max 1.5 but better lower in flower.
            Yellowing of the lower leaves is normal and little tip burn can happen... EC is important together with PH of the soil and water... Zamaldelica is very resistent against N... but you have to care... i did feed my first sativa grow also too much because i was growing only indica & indica hybrids... they need more than sativa.... much more... so be careful ...
            If the smell is fruity like ananas or mango vanilla than you have this great pheno...#
            if it smells more woody it also a great pheno... more malawi but heavy stuff too...
            To me all Zamaldelica phenos are great--. you can't go wrong...!
            all the best....
            M.
            life is what you make it!
            if you can read this... then your Screen is to bright or you got it!
            it's you... carpe diem

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              #51
              Originally posted by MadMac View Post
              high Azure,
              nice one you have but look @ your nutes you give...
              Now they don't need much N so you can reduce that!
              I see some leave tip burning... that come from too much feeding... also the brown hairs show normally a little overdose... best ist to check the EC of your drain water... >1 means too much nutes... than is better to flush until your around 1.0 max 1.5 but better lower in flower.
              Yellowing of the lower leaves is normal and little tip burn can happen... EC is important together with PH of the soil and water... Zamaldelica is very resistent against N... but you have to care... i did feed my first sativa grow also too much because i was growing only indica & indica hybrids... they need more than sativa.... much more... so be careful ...
              If the smell is fruity like ananas or mango vanilla than you have this great pheno...#
              if it smells more woody it also a great pheno... more malawi but heavy stuff too...
              To me all Zamaldelica phenos are great--. you can't go wrong...!
              all the best....
              M.
              EC meter is coming Monday so I'll give them a flush in the meantime. The buds are sweet smelling. Like carrots and sugary fruit. Thanks for all the help guys!
              Ace Seeds - Zamaldelica Grow Completed

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                #52
                Originally posted by Azure View Post
                The buds are sweet smelling. Like carrots and sugary fruit. Thanks for all the help guys!

                That is good, thanks for the reply. Great thread
                "So we're just done with phrasing, right, that's not a thing anymore?."

                "He's like Jesus, just dumber and fatter, and holds the Bible upside down".


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                  #53
                  Originally posted by MadMac View Post
                  high Azure,
                  nice one you have but look @ your nutes you give...
                  Now they don't need much N so you can reduce that!
                  I see some leave tip burning... that come from too much feeding... also the brown hairs show normally a little overdose... best ist to check the EC of your drain water... >1 means too much nutes... than is better to flush until your around 1.0 max 1.5 but better lower in flower.
                  Yellowing of the lower leaves is normal and little tip burn can happen... EC is important together with PH of the soil and water... Zamaldelica is very resistent against N... but you have to care... i did feed my first sativa grow also too much because i was growing only indica & indica hybrids... they need more than sativa.... much more... so be careful ...
                  If the smell is fruity like ananas or mango vanilla than you have this great pheno...#
                  if it smells more woody it also a great pheno... more malawi but heavy stuff too...
                  To me all Zamaldelica phenos are great--. you can't go wrong...!
                  all the best....
                  M.
                  A few days ago I flushed the Zamaldelica until the runoff became clear. Today I checked the runoff with the EC meter and it read 0.9 Tomorrow I'll check the pH. She's packing on the trics and buds are filling out. Pics in a couple of days!
                  Ace Seeds - Zamaldelica Grow Completed

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                    #54
                    Nice work Azure, Was it a fem or reg? They don't need high nutes, but they also don't like being without food for long either.I keep mine around 1.6-1.8 EC with no worries. If the are clawing or leaves tend to be a little more brittle, then back off a bit. How many days now?

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                      #55
                      update pics

                      Originally posted by Holeshot View Post
                      Nice work Azure, Was it a fem or reg? They don't need high nutes, but they also don't like being without food for long either.I keep mine around 1.6-1.8 EC with no worries. If the are clawing or leaves tend to be a little more brittle, then back off a bit. How many days now?
                      These Zamaldelica seeds were feminized and it's been 68 days into the flowering cycle. The plant is becoming wet with trichomes and she seems to be adding more each day.
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                      Ace Seeds - Zamaldelica Grow Completed

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                        #56
                        Im wondering if the CFL lighting causes such a variable lux from the top of the plant to the bottom that the plant is stressing itself to reallocate minerals/nutrients from the lower plant up to the top where the lights are? Hense the phantom deficiencies?

                        Try keep inf your cannopy depth shallow so the light intensity is consistant across the plant.
                        Scrogging may be the easiest option.
                        Ive seen some pretty cool cage grows of wild sativas.

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                          #57


                          Hi Azure here are some pics of my Zamal fem at 9 weeks, 6 weeks and harvest, let yours fill out more.
                          Tangwena
                          For how to make cobs start reading from page 212 in the thread Malawi style cob cureing.https://www.icmag.com/ic/showpost.ph...postcount=2118

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                            #58
                            Originally posted by Thcvhunter View Post
                            Im wondering if the CFL lighting causes such a variable lux from the top of the plant to the bottom that the plant is stressing itself to reallocate minerals/nutrients from the lower plant up to the top where the lights are? Hense the phantom deficiencies?

                            Try keep inf your cannopy depth shallow so the light intensity is consistant across the plant.
                            Scrogging may be the easiest option.
                            Ive seen some pretty cool cage grows of wild sativas.
                            I'll have to do some scrogging in the future. Interesting about the CFL lux. In addition to the 10 42W CFLs, which are above the plant, I have 20 LED lights (10w to 14w) that are providing side lighting 1/4 way down from the top of plant. I've been checking out a lot of Zamaldelica grow journals on ICMAG and other sites and it seems this strain can be picky about the soil and nutes. She seems to be doing well considering this is my 1st indoor grow other than one automatic freebie I grew out before I started this Zamal.
                            Ace Seeds - Zamaldelica Grow Completed

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                              #59
                              high Azure,
                              plant looking good...
                              was very good idea to flush her!
                              Looks like you will be rewarded with a great harvest :-)
                              go for it...
                              M.
                              life is what you make it!
                              if you can read this... then your Screen is to bright or you got it!
                              it's you... carpe diem

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                                #60
                                Zam

                                Originally posted by Azure View Post
                                These Zamaldelica seeds were feminized and it's been 68 days into the flowering cycle. The plant is becoming wet with trichomes and she seems to be adding more each day.
                                Very nice mate, Wait till the very death to harvest, don't rush it. They mature and resin up a lot in last few days. When you think it's ready. Give it another week.

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