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  • ReikoX
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    Anyone who wants to follow my new thread, it can be found here.

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  • ReikoX
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    Originally posted by Goats View Post
    loving how close you can get to those strip LEDs without burning plants. they seem ideal for micro cab growing.

    looking great as always brother!

    edit - saw your comment about thrips. they are a constant annoyance in my garden too. do you use any IPM at all? i find if i spray twice/week with a weak safer's soap spray it keeps them away pretty much completely. i do that during veg and maybe a week or two after flip and never have any during flower.
    I usually spray something weekly, but they snuck up on me while everything was flowering. Spinosad on my mothers, and then back to rotations of neem and method1.

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  • Goats
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    loving how close you can get to those strip LEDs without burning plants. they seem ideal for micro cab growing.

    looking great as always brother!

    edit - saw your comment about thrips. they are a constant annoyance in my garden too. do you use any IPM at all? i find if i spray twice/week with a weak safer's soap spray it keeps them away pretty much completely. i do that during veg and maybe a week or two after flip and never have any during flower.

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  • ReikoX
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    One last shot of the Cherry Tart before chop time. About 60 days on these girls. They look really good considering the thrips damage they had.


    Cherry Tart #1 looks to be the biggest one with a nice structure and chunky buds.


    Cherry Tart #2 was a little lankier. In retrospect, I should have just flowered the two.


    Cherry Tart #3 was the one the topped itself early and was thrown in the back corner. It also got the worst of the thrips damage.


    This end this thread, look for my new thread for 2019!

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  • #1cheesebuds
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    WoW! looks great!

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  • ReikoX
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    Here we have Cherry Tart at 47 days. I highly doubt she will be done at 56, probably closer to 63.


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  • ReikoX
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    Originally posted by El Tigre View Post
    When a joint is nice, needs to have twice! eheh That creme brulee looks so tasty, is the smell like the name suggests?
    Yes, cookies, bread with hints of caramel and marshmellow...

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  • El Tigre
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    Originally posted by ReikoX View Post
    I've got some WWxBB testers for Female seeds in their section here.

    I have a Skywalker OG and some Cherry Tart coming down in the next two weeks. They have some pretty heavy thrips damage, so I'm shutting down for a couple weeks to clean up the pests. Other than that, just taking care if my moms.
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    I smoke two joints...
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    When a joint is nice, needs to have twice! eheh That creme brulee looks so tasty, is the smell like the name suggests?

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  • ReikoX
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    Originally posted by #1cheesebuds View Post
    Any updates grow. New plants?
    I've got some WWxBB testers for Female seeds in their section here.

    I have a Skywalker OG and some Cherry Tart coming down in the next two weeks. They have some pretty heavy thrips damage, so I'm shutting down for a couple weeks to clean up the pests. Other than that, just taking care if my moms.


    I smoke two joints...

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  • #1cheesebuds
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    Any updates grow. New plants?

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  • ReikoX
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    Creme Brulee at 58 days. They will be coming down this weekend sometime.


    Throwing out a few new pistils.


    I think I found the keeper, nice short stature and pretty fall colors.

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  • ReikoX
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    Cherry Tart at around four weeks. Still bending and plucking to keep the canopy even and out of the lights.


    Skywalker OG at about six weeks. She is getting huge, had to string her up to keep her from flopping over.


    Juanita at about nine weeks. I'll give her another week or two just giving some rhizotonic and enzymes to finish.

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  • argo430
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    Whats up homie. rocking that grow all cylinders firing

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  • unnamedmike
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    wow love your setup, subbed for 2018

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  • ReikoX
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    Juanita La Lagrimosa is at 7 weeks, she usually takes 10 weeks to finish, so still a bit to wait. I hit her up with some Lowryder2 pollen I have had in the freezer for about a year. It was still vialble and she should provide plenty of seeds to work with. I pulled a seed pod and checked, they are ripening up well.


    I left the Cherry Tart alone for one night and they are stretching into the lights. Burned a few leaves that were touching the diodes. A few binder clips and some garden velcro later... getting pretty crowded in there! They are right around two weeks now.

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