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Old 07-30-2017, 03:34 AM #31
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they all look happy. i am interested in seeing the bodhi update
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Bohdi Seeds Update

Here is the updates on the Bohdi genetics. (Acapulco Gold, Zipolite Oaxacan).




This is the Acapulco Gold. In her Root Pouch bag she is standing at 8' tall right now. Total plant height is about 6 1/2' from top of soil. I will end up topping this plant before flowering starts. I will take the top 2' of the main meristem and count on the lateral branches to continue to fill out and up. Peace
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Bohdi Zipolite Oaxacan

This Oaxaca offering from Bohdi is truly exceptional. There isn't a single charectoristic of this plant I would change or ask to be different. This is a strong well branched beauty.




This last picture is looking in the door of the greenhouse. The first plant in the center is Ace's Golden Tiger. This is the second year I've run the GT. With the environmental changes from inside to a greenhouse. There isn't even a recognizable trait between the two grows. This is the updated GT offering from Ace. They used the Hmong and Kochang Thai's as well as the New and Old Malawi Killers. The original version of GT had just the Hmong Thai and Old Malawi Killer in the genetics. The flowering time for the GT is 10-14 weeks indoors mid to late November outdoors. I'm hoping mid November and I'm harvesting everything. I doubt the Acapulco Gold will fully be ready. She may come down two weeks early. Peace
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Forgot to add last picture to previous post.

Here is the open door peek into the greenhouse.
Flowering is still 2 1/2 to 3 weeks away. The chemical triggering will start about that time anyway. Last season first pistils showed up on my outdoor plants on the 23rd of August. I expect that schedule to remain the same within a day or two. Have a great week of growing and be safe. Peace
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Welcome to August

Natural flowering is a couple short weeks away. I had several plants with height issues I needed to resolve. With multiple options to choose from. I chose topping.
It was a hard decision to make with healthy plants. I didn't want to delay my choice as the plants will need all the time to regenerate new growth before flowering starts. Some plants may respond very well and others may not. The plants that had shorter structures I left alone. It's my preference to allow them to grow as naturally as possible. Here is a couple pictures of topped plants.
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Acapulco Gold

Picture of greenhouse after topping 11 plants. I did rub Clonex on top of the cut meristems after topping. I didn't think it would hurt regeneration and may reduce some plant stress. Peace
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Hello, My Oaxacan and the Peyote Purple have started offsetting the nodes of growth. The Oaxaca plants haven't had any other changes that I noticed. The Peyote Purple plants have had several changes in plant structure. Both plants have gained at least two leaves per leaf bract or set. The meristem below the offset nodes is dry to the touch. On both plants at or above the offset nodes is sticky and smells like chemicals or glue. Both plants had a wavy look in the sun leaves. In both plants this hasn't reoccurred in new growth. Both plants are healthy and I look forward to seeing them in flower soon. Last season my plants grew under four 600 watt HPS, three 105 watt CFL's and three 23 watt LED lights. I shortened the photo period from 13/11 to 12/12 then to 10.5/ 13.5 for last three weeks of flowering. The natural light cycle now will steadily decrease a few minutes a day until harvest. Peace
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Busy week

I will do a more in depth update over the weekend as time permits. Thanks for stopping by. Peace
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Hello again, several of the girls have started carrying pistils now. More should enter flowering this week. I'm glad it started a few weeks earlier than expected. This will help finish flowering for a couple strains. Peace
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August 12th update.

Hello again, About 50% of the ladies are flowering now. The rest of the room is very close to pushing pistils.
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