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Old 09-19-2017, 12:01 PM #11
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Hello Koondense! Thanks for the reply, I actually ordered the 315w phillips so maybe I'll put it running next week latest when it arrives, or for the flowering atleast.

Things are going as planned, been keeping the 250w hps a little bit higher than it should be. Repotted the plants couple days ago, they seem to be catching up nicely except for the one bh at the right middle, but I'm sure she gonna be okay soonish. This is a new situation for me, I have to try and keep these plants happy in their current pots till 10th of October, then the mainentance thing should be done and I can transplant these girls to their final pots and soon after that flip to 12/12. So few weeks of veg ahead still, I'm actually thinking of really fimming these,coz of I have time to veg and I don't want unneccessary height because it makes the hiding operation more difficult.

E. Kalichinas are the ones in the back left and middle( althought they look completely different not sure if I mixed up the seeds, been vaping some solid weed alot lately..) One of the kc's had some weird leaf discolourment but seems to be recovering , I think there was something wrong with my seedling soil. Oh and been also thinking about changing BioBizz nutes for Guanokalong ones for this run, so lets see how it goes.

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Things are definetly not going too well, got a notice this morning that next week other maintenance guys are gonna start fixing our heating systems in this block of flats so, I have to remove my whole growing gear by next week..great, don't know if I can find a place for my plants for a few weeks..
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Ouch, I feel your pain. Safety first. Best of luck!
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Hi rlsmooth,

I would not recommend you to fim them unless they have the chance to grow big and well developed.
Both Bubba Hash and Kali China are quite columnar indica plants of hashplant structure, their stretch is low/moderate in average although some Kali China like to stretch more.

Bio Bizz nutrients are a soft, but a great choice if you know how to recognize the feeding requirements of your different plants and if you can provide them the right EC levels.
Both strains can take very well high levels of nutrients, don't overwater them and respect the dry cicles of the soil as they are hashplants
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Old 10-11-2017, 12:18 PM #15
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Hi folks,

Operation is still a go, thanks to dank fairy who kept my plants alive while taking care of several others for the first time. There wasn't much development during this time, because these babes were under a half broken CFL light so very low wattage, and they were able to get a little bit of side lightning from 400w hps, but it was too far and high anyway. But they are alive, and seem to be really perking up after just 10 hours under my new phillips dpapillon 315w lightning So I expect huge development during next week. I will try to take better pictures when in flowering. I'll let em fill their current 3,4l root space, then repotting to final 11l pots and just a little bit veg then and I'll start flowering.

E. I actually fimmed them against dubi's advice, because I wanted to keep em small, coz there was some long distance transporting that had to be done. Anyway, I either failed totally in fimming for the first time or the plants didn't notice it, so I'll let them run free then!

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Greetings Rlsmooth,
Great to hear the BubbaHash survived. They are going to stretch nicely and fill in reallh quickly. Mine is nearly at the point of chop.
Absolutely love the plant! Amazing terpenes so delightful!!!
Looking forward to seeing your girls grow. Do not worry abput missing Fem I think you get more yield by not topping or femming. That is my only kind of regret this time that I topped her.
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Old 10-12-2017, 06:15 PM #17
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[quote=ULMW;8081021]Greetings Rlsmooth,
Great to hear the BubbaHash survived. They are going to stretch /quote]

What kind of lightning do you use in your grows? And what kind of stretch do you think can be expected from BH? 1,5x size? as I have no previous experience of this new LEC lightning, been reading on the internet that the 4200k bulb doesn't really stretch the plants. I have really limited space in terms of height so i'm wondering when to start flowering em.
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Greetings Rlsmooth,
Thanks for the info. I use 600w HPS and grow in coco 20l pots. The plant stretch 3 to four times as when I entered her to flower. However do not be alarmed she is very friendly to being tied to sticks and a little light stress training will see you safe.
You use LEC lighting 4200k. Am not familiar personally with them. It sounds like the spectrum of the CFL lamps I had a few year ago. The blue of veg and the red for flower. Those were measure in K like yours.
What is your power draw and output? Actual Watts?
I am sure you will manage if you start them now they are also going to be fast finishing at 8 to 9wks. Get ready for the terpenes!!! Absolutely amazing!!! You will love BubbaHash!
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Greetings Rlsmooth,
Thanks for the info. I use 600w HPS and grow in coco 20l pots. The plant stretch 3 to four times as when I entered her to flower. However do not be alarmed she is very friendly to being tied to sticks and a little light stress training will see you safe.
You use LEC lighting 4200k. Am not familiar personally with them. It sounds like the spectrum of the CFL lamps I had a few year ago. The blue of veg and the red for flower. Those were measure in K like yours.
What is your power draw and output? Actual Watts?
I am sure you will manage if you start them now they are also going to be fast finishing at 8 to 9wks. Get ready for the terpenes!!! Absolutely amazing!!! You will love BubbaHash!
Happy growing!!!
Thanks for the reply

From what I've read searching topics about LEC lights vs HPS people tend to say that HPS causes more stretching. I haven't measured the actual watts, but people say this 315w provides more like 340-350w if I remember correctly and you can think of it as a 450w-500w HPS.https://www.vplux.fi/tuotteet.html?id=94/331 even thought this website is in finnish you can look at the light spectre under picture daylight 942! Anyway I'll keep em in veg a little bit more because they are just getting used to their new enviroment and I haven't repotted them to their final pots yet. Happy growing mate your pics in your recent topics look awesome!
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Old 10-19-2017, 05:37 PM #20
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High folks,

Just came to post my weekly update about these strong genetics. After my last picture there were some major problems, mainly due to being rootbound in their old 1 gallon containers. Leaves started showing light green colours, stems going purple, and lower leaves yellowing etc. I think there was one repotting too much when I repotted them from those clay pots to those 1 gallon pots, the difference in root space for that time was not sufficient. I think windburn has also been stressing the plants a little bit, since my UFO creates a pretty high airflow in the tent even thought I don't use any other fans. This has resulted in some spots on the leaves and some of em being a little bit curled up in a weird way.

Anyway I repotted em to their final containers a few days ago, gave em a good watering and things seem to be really perking up. I think they need a good dose of N and K in their next watering and then I'll flip the light period, I have only abouts 30cm space to move my light so I seriously hope they dont stretch too much . Added heavy amount of bat guano to the soil, which will be my only source of P for this run, and I think that has been playing major factor on getting these plants going and stems turning good looking again. The smell was bio diesel like when I opened the tent this morning.

On the front left and middle you can see sweet smelling Kali China girls, and the rest are BH which smell a bit spicy at the moment, interesting to see how they develop. Root development is crazy at the moment..KC showing beatyful roots on top of soil as well..!


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