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Old 06-27-2018, 02:53 AM #611
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Six of the F2 03 02 x SL:





These all vegged in 2oz cups for a few weeks before transplant to the 16oz cups.


Also of note, the additional plants seem to keep temps lower, about 6 or 7 degrees F.

A full cabinet is cooler, it seems.
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Culled three males of the F2 03 02 cross, the remaining three
are females.

The males all had hollow stems.

Thunk was flipped a few days ago too.

The party cup thunk cross dropped micro a few days ago,
she's 20 days from chop.

The other thunk cross in flower doing well also.

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The bulb upper left is intentionally switched off.
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Two of the F2 03 02 cross strong skunk smell, just starting trich development,
likely will have to re think my scrubber design, or move the plants to
another location.

My grow is in an unused area of a large commercial warehouse space,
and I can smell them fifty feet away.

Culling them is not a choice as I want the skunk.

Damn.
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Looks like you have space for a small scrubber right in the flowering space. Those can work well if your total air exchange rate is not excessively high.

Speaking of which, you’re probably dialed in on air exchanges, but slowing things down was helpful with my last extremely skunky run.

Carbon seems to let some of the more volatile skunk notes more or less right through. I’ll be watching to see if you find something else that’s effective in your rethink! ;-)
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Looks like you have space for a small scrubber right in the flowering space. Those can work well if your total air exchange rate is not excessively high.

Speaking of which, you’re probably dialed in on air exchanges, but slowing things down was helpful with my last extremely skunky run.

Carbon seems to let some of the more volatile skunk notes more or less right through. I’ll be watching to see if you find something else that’s effective in your rethink! ;-)



Replacement scrubber is now in place, the humidty is
an issue so I made the swap with the back up unit.

4" x 12" unit, phresh filter.

Seems less pronounced, left some meat in the trash to cover
smell, lol
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Love the meat trick. Sometimes it’s not just the smell, but what other smells are together with it!
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Was not expecting such a loud plant from this cross.

A few days later and the plants have less pronounced
smell, so all is well.

Took out the trash, always a short term good cover for
stinky plants.
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The plants in flower:





Thunk in the back, she'll get tied down. The plants on the left are the
two backcross to the F2 03 02, the skunk is there, but behind some lemon.

Party cup demo plant all the way to left, root beer pheno thunk cross.

The plants on the right, an F2 03 02 and the lime thunk cross.
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Also, I have switched from the chunky coir to the fluffy coir.

All new up pots and seedlings will re potted with the replacement
classic block vs the piece block by Sunleaves.

The block is easy to break while dry, and sifted first through
1/4" grid, then 1/8" grid, and finally 1/16" grid.

Rinsed in the usual manner, pasteurized, then charged.

Fluffy.
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Chopped the Thunk Cross, she is good to flower in the
summer heat, low 90's last few weeks.

Good to know.

Thunk plant throwing pistols, stretch all done.
I don't recall how well she does in summer,
but September is right around the corner with
lower temps and that's good, she'll finish with good yield.

Of the three phenos from the F2 03 02 x SL, one is
short, the other two taller, and all doing as well as can be expected,
given the high temps.

The two tall ones started out skunk, but soon faded to a funky hash.
Now terps are candy lemon hash, smells real good.
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