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Old 05-23-2017, 05:38 PM #11
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Hi vcasqui,

I'm glad to hear you want to keep exploring our genetics this season, thanks for that!

Congo, Panama and Tikal are vigorous and resistant sativa/sativa dominant hybrids.
Congo is the most mold resistant between this 3 strains, followed by Tikal, then Panama, which can be a bit prone to botrytis in the heavy yielding phenos of fat colas.

I think you will like a lot the effects of Congo and Tikal, green Panama phenos have a very good and clear sativa effect too. They all react very well to topping and should finish in late October at your latitude.

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Old 08-05-2017, 02:37 AM #12
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Hey, thanks for the info dubi. I did not top them in the end.

This is a update on how things are going:

4 of 6 QM seeds sprouted. The QM1 was broken by the rain and wind. So now I have 3 QM.
1 of 1 OE seed sprouted.
0 of 2 Violeta free seeds from last year sprouted. I'm a little dissapointed, but maybe I didn't kept them correctly stored.
1 of 1 ACE Mix STD sprouted. I broke a piece of radicle of this one, so I'm actually impressed.

No Pulsar in the end. Maybe next year.

The idea was to send QM#4 and AMX to the woods, to try guerrilla grow. But I didn't found a good place, so for the moment I still have them with the others. I'm still trying to find a good place, but in the woods it's gonna be hard... too much cold, humidity and not much sun...

History of transplants: They started with 1l pots. Then they were transplanted to 5l pots after 30 days.

Right now the things are like this:

QM#2 -> 17L pot. Transplanted from a 5l pot the 01/August.
QM#3 -> 17L pot. Transplanted from a 5l pot the 01/August.
OE -> 11l pot. Transplanted from a 5l pot the 01/August.
QM#3 -> 6l pot. Transplanted from a 1l pot the 10/July.
AMX -> 3l pot. Transplanted from 1'3l pot the 10/July.

So, right now they are about 60 days old. Soon they will start to fully flower. I did my best to keep them short all this time.

As I said, I did not top them. The magpies took care of that with QM#2 (and to some degree with QM#3 also).

Now a couple of pics of them. I have more pics, but they are pretty disorganized, so I will try to upload more if I find the time.

First 3 pics: QM#2, QM#3, and OE.
Last pic: QM#4 and AMX.

https://imgur.com/a/KGJTV

That's what I have for the moment.

Pd: Pics are from 27/07, so the pots are still 5l in those photos. Now they are a little bigger.

I hope you are all doing fine.
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Old 08-06-2017, 07:07 PM #13
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This is want I meant when I said that the magpies took care of topping my QM#2.

https://imgur.com/a/CG6Zs

Pic 1: Topping done by magpies ("urraca"/"pega" as we call that bird here) to QM#2.
Pic 2: QM#2 LST.
Pic 3: QM#3 LST.

Now let's see how much they stretch before they start to fully flower (last year, at my latitute, the Bangis and Malawis started around mid August).
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Old 08-06-2017, 11:02 PM #14
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Nice LST. We're at the same latitude so I'm interested in your grow. I may want to hide something in the flower bed next season.
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Old 08-08-2017, 10:21 AM #15
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Thanks Claude. I'll try to upload more now that the things start to get more interesting.
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Old 08-14-2017, 02:44 AM #16
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Allright, time to update:

So, It looks like I fucked up in the last transplant. I should've done it around 10-14 days earlier. I'm pretty happy with the LST done to QM#2 and QM#3, but the branches are too small (around 23cm); I was aiming to ~35-40cm/branch, so a little dissapointed with myself in that regard.

I'm not happy with the OE LST. When I started to apply the training, the big leaves were shadowing a lo of the plant, so I gave up and let her grew as she wanted. It's pretty similar to the LST I did last year to the PCK x KaliChina's, but those plants were 75cm high.

So, the stretching it's basically done and my plants are really small. That will hurt the production a lot. The good thing is that I will not make this mistake again.

Now, talking a little about the differences about the plants:

QM#2 -> This one seems to be the more sativa among all the 3 QM's. The leafs are pretty thin and with serrated shape. The internodal distance is bigger than the others, and the branches are also thinner.

QM#3 -> Broader leafs than QM#2, tighest internodal distance and stronger, less flexible branches.

OE -> Thin leafs, bigger in size than the QM's, but the shape is not so serrated. Tight internodal distance.

In general, noone of them really smells much. The leafs of the QM#2&3 are "brighter", while the leafs of the OE look "mate".

I'm having some trouble with the watering and feeding, but in general they are pretty OK.

The weather this week:
Max temps: ~34ºC
Min temps: ~12ºC
Really strong and dry wind from the north, all day long.
We had days days with a lot of clouds and days with no clouds at all.

Now some pics. The quality is shit, but I couldn't find good lighting.
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Old 08-14-2017, 02:46 AM #17
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So, for some reason my internet is not working properly, and it's taking ages to upload one pic. I will try again tomorrow.
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Im watching here because our same latitude and expectant about how the plants grows.
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Old 08-14-2017, 08:25 PM #19
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QM#3.

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QM#2

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