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Old 07-17-2018, 12:15 AM #1361
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I'm very sorry, the picture of GT2 and GT 4 in the previous post are duplicates of GT2. Here is a picture of GT4 and her clone, which should replace the picture in the middle of the previous post.
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:24 AM #1362
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Hi SolarLogos,

I think there's something wrong with your soil mix or with your feedings. Just compare your small clones in veg vs the older plants into flowering:

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Your plants in flowering are showing yellowing and deficiencies, most probably due to ph imbalance (looks like ph is too high), salt accumulation or improper feeding, the same for your Tropical Mix plants in your own thread (which look like pure Honduras to me, green mexican pheno).

Please, make sure your are using high quality soil mix based on high quality peat with a ph around 6.5 (you can add worm casting for the growth until early flowering and guano for the flowering) and that you are using clean water for your waterings and feedings, which must be always also between ph 6.5-6.8.

Both Golden Tiger and Honduras can yield a lot when they are properly grown, but to master the ph ad ec in your growing media and feedings is the start for any successful grow.
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Old 07-17-2018, 11:03 AM #1363
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Hi SolarLogos,

I think there's something wrong with your soil mix or with your feedings. Just compare your small clones in veg vs the older plants into flowering:



Your plants in flowering are showing yellowing and deficiencies, most probably due to ph imbalance (looks like ph is too high), salt accumulation or improper feeding, the same for your Tropical Mix plants in your own thread (which look like pure Honduras to me, green mexican pheno).

Please, make sure your are using high quality soil mix based on high quality peat with a ph around 6.5 (you can add worm casting for the growth until early flowering and guano for the flowering) and that you are using clean water for your waterings and feedings, which must be always also between ph 6.5-6.8.

Both Golden Tiger and Honduras can yield a lot when they are properly grown, but to master the ph ad ec in your growing media and feedings is the start for any successful grow.
Thank you very much for the input Dubi, it is really appreciated. However, I believe the difference between the clones and the mothers is the heat. As I mentioned, it is above 95 here and a few days up to 106. The next two days will be 101, 102 again. The clones have been enjoying afternoon shade, whereas the mothers and the Hondurans are in sun all day. My soil is an organic based soil already ph'd. I only add worm castings and additional peat and pearlite, as I have found the worm castings slow drainage a lot. I mix it in large drums and keep it covered to use as needed. I am using city water, however I de-chlorinate it 24 hours. I pH my nutes and water at 6.3. I will certainly take your advise and adjust the ph of my nutrients. Other than that, the sun is the only difference between any of my plants.
Thanks again for your kind reply. I am especially excited to know about the Hondurans!
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Old 07-17-2018, 09:49 PM #1364
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Dubi, you are absolutely right about a couple of things. I checked my logs and it's been almost 7 weeks since my last flush. All the ladies got flushed and all cleaned up today. I also have been a little lax on checking my ppm's. My water is 162 ppm. I mixed my usual amount of organic bloom nutrients (medium dose according to the bottle) and to my surprise it was a total of 883 ppm. I cut it down to 348 (including water 162ppm) and will keep it around 300-350.
That explains why I have been moving the GT's into the shade in the late afternoons the last few days, but the shade leaves that got burned on the 106F day we had, continued to burn slightly each day, even after going into the shade.
Thank you again for your help and kind words. It is always a pleasure reading your replies and I'm grateful you took time from your busy schedule to help me out.
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Golden Tiger from the latest fem batch. Thats a 65 gallon pot, all organic. Cant wait to try this girl. Hoping to get a taste of my youth smoking thai stick in the 70s. Does this plant look like it leans either way Thai or African? Thanks for the genetics Dubi!



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Old 07-21-2018, 09:22 PM #1366
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Golden Tiger from the latest fem batch. Thats a 65 gallon pot, all organic. Cant wait to try this girl. Hoping to get a taste of my youth smoking thai stick in the 70s. Does this plant look like it leans either way Thai or African? Thanks for the genetics Dubi!



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Beautiful plant!i dont know if she is more african or thai,but she is very beauty....
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Old 07-25-2018, 02:35 PM #1367
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Really turning into a golden tiger now lovely buds and very very healthy your looking after them so well.
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Old 07-26-2018, 01:31 AM #1369
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A month ago I posted pics of my GT plants. Here they are now

This one appears to show overwatering. Also maybe a form of rootbound or both. This property sits on a shelf of limestone that has 5-10 cm of clay on it and then 50 cm sandy clay based soil on top of that. That means I don't have ideal drainage unfortunately. What I think is happening is that water has accumulated in the clay layer and the roots that feed the tops have grown into that clay layer. If I stop watering, all the soil on top of the clay will dry out and the rest of the plants will suffer. This happens occasionally in my garden. I don't know the best solution yet. Suggestions?



This my GT F1 next to the wet one. Not showing that and they're next to each other.



This my big one. Doing well I'd say. It's dropped a few older leaves down at the bottom but I think that's normal. This plant is 4 months old.
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