No worries with all the numbers, I think is quite clear to everybody
And thanks for the clarification, I can follow you better now.
As I said before, I think that having so many different pot sizes can be useful to observe the reactions of the genetics too.
And anyway, since the strains are extremely new, any kind of experiment is more than welcomed.
The Critical Sour is not an outdoor beast or tree. Basically the plant grows quite compact and solid but does not develop that much in height, as an Easy Sativa or Outdoor Grapefruit would normally do. That's one of the reasons, together with the low odour feature, why the Critical S. is considered a good choice if you want to keep everything stealthier.
What's the deal with those 2 Chem OG, everything fine with them?
Take care and thanks again for all the info, much appreciated.
All the best,
Originally Posted by wvkindbud38
Yea there really not much difference in a late start.....yea I know the yield isn't gonna be up to were it should be. And if we did get started earlier they might would've finished a wk or so earlier. The Chem OG 1 got the biggest container I'd made....it's 35gal and Chem OG 2 container is rt at 15gal. All the Critical Sour are 30gal and CS 3 is in nearly 25gal. The other CS are in 10-15gal. The other Chem will get 5-10gal containers. I've got all but 1 CS transplanted, the other 2 Chem OG I'm putting in 5gal today. I'm a bit worried about these 2 small Chem OG. There just haven't recovered yet .....so hopefully the transplant will help. But everything thus far that's been transplanted has almost doubled in size. And we've still got 3wks or more until there start to flower. Sorry for any confusion with the numbers. I'm get pics to show all the plants. Everything is numbered 1,2,3 etx so for anybody that didn't notice. But I'm watering about every other day, along with spraying insect/fungicide spray. Using the 3part Alaskan ferts along with the fish fertilizer and seaweed at this point. Kinda letting the in between rain showers flush. I dont see any grows of CS or Chem that's in containers this large so were gonna see how they fair in 30,35,25 gal containers at least(with a late start). I'm impressed with the CS, very vigorous and uniform plant. The Chem needs some babing around, especially the earlier stages. I feel the CS could be put in a bucket and I could come back this fall and have a tree lol.....not really but she's a hardy plant. Next time we'll have pics on everything....and go from there. I'll list the fert schedule and devull into that more