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    #46
    Hi Ur Humbl Nr8tor,

    Sorry if i didn't understand correctly. The clones didn't produce roots or the seedlings died ?
    Soil must be very hostile if none of the seedlings from very different genetics didn't manage to thrive on it.

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      #47
      Originally posted by dubi View Post
      Hi Ur Humbl Nr8tor,

      Sorry if i didn't understand correctly. The clones didn't produce roots or the seedlings died ?
      Soil must be very hostile if none of the seedlings from very different genetics didn't manage to thrive on it.
      There was obviously something off with the soil. I used a coir in the mix that I suspect. These were from seedlings. Not clones. Paper towel sprout and then planted into the mix. They started off very slow. The leaf sprout would eventually yellow and die. Couple of the seeds were one offs (CBD 1 and Belidia), so I’ll need to order them again next go around. But the Killer A5 (1 seedling) and Super Malawi Haze (2 seedlings) were also effected...not likely to see those this summer but I’ll try again later with different soil. Already started an Oax x Panama and Zacatecas Tribute in different soil. I think those are so good so far.
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        #48
        I finally got some plants into the grove setting. I’ve got clones of all of these for runs in other locations this summer.

        Purple Haze x Malawi





        New Killer Malawi S1



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          #49
          Strawberry Diesel (plant 2)



          Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze (plant 1)



          Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze (plant 2)



          Dj Short F13

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            #50
            If a Moroccan Beldia could not thrive in that soil then it is probably toxic for cannabis plants.
            I would stay away from it as much as possible.

            The bigger plants in the ground are showing nitrogen toxicity or ph unbalance or both.
            I would check in detail the EC and PH levels of the soil where they are planted.

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              #51
              Originally posted by dubi View Post
              If a Moroccan Beldia could not thrive in that soil then it is probably toxic for cannabis plants.
              I would stay away from it as much as possible.

              The bigger plants in the ground are showing nitrogen toxicity or ph unbalance or both.
              I would check in detail the EC and PH levels of the soil where they are planted.

              Yes. Whatever was going on in that soil was absolutely no good for any seedlings. Photos above are from the plants just minutes after planting into the grove. They’ve been severely root bound for a while and fed full strength botanicare. So they weren’t happy being cooped up. I’m hoping they stretch out and enjoy the new soil. We’ve had a few days of hot weather. I’ll check on them this weekend.

              The grove soil pH is still a bit high even with the peat and some sulfur additions. Low to mid 7. It will likely take a bit for the sulfur I added to break down, so I may add a small amount of aluminum sulfate to the top soil. Local water pH of the irrigation is high as well...so that may be a common addition through the grow. The amendments I made definitely brought the depleted N levels of the native soil up. This plot is experimental this year...so let’s see what comes of it.
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                #52
                Try some gypsum it might buffer it out a bit.

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                  #53
                  Originally posted by djav59 View Post
                  Try some gypsum it might buffer it out a bit.
                  I’m really interested in adding something that can help with the basic irrigation water that the sprinklers tie into. Hence my thoughts on aluminum sulfate. I’ll be visiting the grove in the next few days and will see how they are doing since the plant in.
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                    #54
                    Quick shot of a severely root bound male OTH. This is the first time an OTH or cross has shown male. I’ll be playing with this pollen later in the year.

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                      #55
                      I will be visiting the grove this weekend (finally) so updates will be coming. From what I have in cuts/seeds/mothers



                      Ace wise...male OTH in back right. Also some cuts of Purple Haze x Malawi and new Malawi Killer S1





                      Auto Zamaldelica straight from peat pellet to a 40L pot of home cooked soil



                      Oaxaca x Panama



                      Zacatecas Tribute

                      There is a sickly Killer A5 That I finally took out of the old soil that killed all my other seedlings and put its scraggly roots into the new soil mix. I’ll see if I can save it.

                      Also have DJ F13, Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze and Strawberry Diesel.
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                        #56
                        Hi UHnr8!
                        Really nice vibes with your plant lineup on the rocks!

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                          #57
                          Thanks frassekongo. I’ll keep updating as the summer outdoor season takes off.
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                            #58
                            I will be writing up reports on last years Old Timers Haze x Meao Thai grow from a rather limited Ace release. I finally sampled the Purple Haze x Thai after 6 months cure. I need to revisit Green Haze x Thai again now at 6 months so I can compare the two. What I will say atm is these would be great as re-release. Given what Ace has on their plate one shouldn’t hesitate on any Ace limited stock.
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                              #59
                              Originally posted by dubi View Post
                              If a Moroccan Beldia could not thrive in that soil then it is probably toxic for cannabis plants.
                              I would stay away from it as much as possible.

                              The bigger plants in the ground are showing nitrogen toxicity or ph unbalance or both.
                              I would check in detail the EC and PH levels of the soil where they are planted.
                              I’m happy to report that given a couple of weeks, the plants in the grove have really started to take off from their root bound states when they were first planted in.

                              Especially the Purple Haze x Malawi

                              Before:



                              Tonight:





                              New Killer Malawi S1

                              Before:



                              Tonight:



                              Soil EC ranging from 0.4 to around 1.1 pH still a bit high around 7.0-7.5.
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                                #60
                                The rest of the grove line-up (non Ace).

                                Strawberry Diesel #2



                                Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze #1



                                Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze #2




                                DJ Short F-13

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