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Old 06-23-2018, 08:05 PM #11
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A net will save the problem
Or some heavy lst with strings.


Good luck
Yes IT needs a lot . In worst case the tops Will ne cutted easy. My Mistake With 40l heavy soil also

Btw applied bactohemp (bit fertilizing,fulvic-humic, bacterias...)

I Hope Its quickier , believe in good selection . 14-15weeker in good conditions? Dont know

Ad penetration of light - pretty good experiences but in this case we will see

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Old 06-29-2018, 03:01 PM #12
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Hi green johny,

Yes, it's easy to underestimate the stretching that these sativas can produce in early flowering after a transplant to pot with plenty of space, even with Zamaldelica which current versions have a more moderate size and stretching.

As Koodense correctly recommended, I would try to settle an horizontal net in your tent to avoid the tops grow too close of the lamp and also to improve the light intensity in the middle and lower parts of the plants. If you finally decide to prune the tops do it as early as possible so females can focus their energies in the budsites that are finally going to be flowered until the end.

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Old 07-03-2018, 12:24 AM #13
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High !
Thanx for recommandations for two weeks after flip not slow start for landraces.
Dubi, these Plants Are fain vítal . Both having fun

Before manicure of lower shits. Those two plants Seems pretty similar




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Wow they have bushed out a lot.

How long do they take to finish completely? Looking good there Green Johny
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Yea Its starts sweet smelling, B
Better Is fertilizing max ec 0,5 fór first moth
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Old 07-11-2018, 01:43 AM #16
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Yea Its starts sweet smelling, Better Is fertilizing at half dose yet (just one called jungle in da box X ) because pistills turns Orange at normal dose . Beginning of 5th week And Soon i Will try to add another guano powder ( 40g ) And bit camg sometimes
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Looking fantastic there GJ

That's a fast flowering for Sativa good job man, How long is the finishing time?

Full strength nutrients turn the pistles orange? That's the first time i've heard of fun strength nutrients doing that but then again I haven't grown a full Sativa.
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i dont know flowering time of theese , expecting 100+ days
yea, recommended dosing every watering or two style she cant take easy now,

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i dont know flowering time of theese , expecting 100+ days
yea, recommended dosing every watering or two style she cant take easy now, dont know, maybe from touch or pollen if not overfertilized but i dont touch buds mostly direct
You've got more patience than me that's a fun cycle & more.

She's a fussy eater isn't she could this be true of most landrace Sativa's?
You don't touch the buds?

Looks good hope she gets nice & fat at the end.
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Hi green johny,

I like a lot the way you did train horizontally your Zamaldelica, well done!
Tropical sativas like Zamaldelica usually have very flexible stems and longer node length so they are perfect for this kind of grows.

Zamaldelica prefers soft/moderate levels of feeding, don't feed her like a hungry modern indica poly hybrid.

Looking very good in her 5th week of flowering
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Full strength nutrients turn the pistles orange? That's the first time i've heard of fun strength nutrients doing that but then again I haven't grown a full Sativa.
Hi cone,

A peak of too much heat, too much light intensity or too much feeding can burn the flowers and make the pistils turn suddenly ripen.
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