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Old 09-09-2018, 11:09 AM #11
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Never have tried out any of his gear other than his NL. Supposedly he loves Sativas and his sweet skunk is all he smokes. I've been very interested in his Texada crosses.
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Old 09-09-2018, 05:20 PM #12
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Interesting, had been looking at peak seeds recently, will watch with interest.
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Old 09-11-2018, 01:16 AM #13
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Thanks guys. I'll for sure be LSTing and topping the SS.

Was planning on tossing the seedlings in the tent as they're getting pretty stretchy but I just got a notice for a fire alarm inspection - which is odd as we just had one last month. Oh well, the nice thing with my set up is it's only half an hour to break down and half an hour to set back up.



As you can see pretty stretchy. I'll just bury the stems down some when it comes time to transplant in a couple weeks.
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Old 09-15-2018, 05:22 AM #14
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Well, had to leave for work for a few days. Left them in the care of the old lady... she shut the lights off because apparently the temps were too high and left them in the dark (instead of turning the AC down that feeds air directly into the tent). So they went 18 hours with lights on, 6 hours of dark, half an hour of light, then about 16 hours of dark.

Needless to say, they've stretched a bit and arent looking too good. I'll have to pamper them for a few days and hope they recover. If not at least I'm not so far along that it's a huge loss.
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Old 09-15-2018, 10:28 PM #15
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Well since the weathers getting a little cooler, I decided to take down the AC unit and I grabbed a window fan from Amazon. Got it all put in and swapped my 4" intake back to a 6" since this fan doesn't push near as much air as the AC.

Temps at lights off were 19c, flipped the lights on a couple minutes ago and I'll go back in an hour or so and see what it's looking like.

Obviously it'll change with the outside temps, and we're sitting a little cool today, but there's only about a month left till winter.

I also took my seedlings and put them under a weak CFL to get them going again. They seem to be perking up a bit.

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Old 09-16-2018, 09:48 PM #16
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Got the temps dialed in. 25c lights on and 20c lights off. Couldn't get much better than that and the weathers supposed to be pretty consistent all week.

Can't wait for winter so I don't need to worry about this.

Going to start the sativas this coming Friday or Saturday. Depends when I get home from work. These trips aren't coming at the best of times. Oh well, roll with the punches.


Smoking on some Tuna Kush and Strawberry Cough today I got from a mail order site. Not bad but a little harsh, and not very motivating, lol!
But hey Sunday is the day of rest after all, right?

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Old 09-19-2018, 12:51 AM #17
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Here is one of my Peaks NL at 7 weeks into flower. It's hard to tell from the pic, but it's around 9-10 feet tall.
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Got some skunk berry and kush skunk started a few days ago, will be checking out your grow
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JustSumTomatoes can't wait to see the finished product!

Robbie, that's wicked, seems there's quite a few people running Peaks seeds, can't wait to hear how yours goes, I just threw another 2 SS and 2 SSxC99 into some soil this morning. Seedlings are still recovering. Had an issue with my timer when I left town this week so they're a bit confused. Ah well, just need to get things dialed back in.

Can't wait for winter so I can just intake from the room where the temps are constant!
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