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Old 06-12-2011, 01:49 PM #11
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Old 06-13-2011, 02:51 AM #12
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I'm excited to see what you find, got my 2 packs in the chilla...
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Old 06-13-2011, 03:47 PM #13
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Thanks for the interest and apologies for not updateing sooner , has not gone too well so far and am at a loss as to exactly why , seem more sensitive than anything grown so far.

May be some trace defficiency , hitting them with seaweed , epsom showed no improvement and there is no root infestation , a few mites and a lot of predators.

Three like the one on the right , slow vegging and hard to clone but looking healthy now.
Six clinging to life like the one to the left , initial clones failed and barely enougth material for a second try yet.




On a more positive note , the fat crinkly one rooted eventually and is female , very distinct odour and by far the most vigorous from the pack , the mother will be flowered out in a week or so and looks to be worth the wait.

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WOW! Im having the same problem except im growing in hydro. I popped 6/7. 4 are about the size of your smallest one in 28 days. 2 are a foot tall but very skinny and lanky and not much growth on the top stems. I thought I may have done something wrong or caused by my tubes that are offgassing which I will replace soon. In 28 days I usually have 1 - 1 1/2 tall plants and Im not even close. This was my first time buying Head genetics after seeing so many rave reviews but Im extremely disappointed.
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Old 06-13-2011, 04:39 PM #15
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Sorry to hear about your troubles with this strain.
I planted 3 seeds,are now 3-4wks old,looking well no probs.
i hope yours grow out of it soon..

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Hey foomar, and rambo6372 give them girls some time when they go into flower. They will start out slow, not look like much then one day they will be like hitting a switch and start to fill out.

I started 4 seeds, 4/4 germ and no real problems with veg growth. Got 2 females out of the 4 seeds started and saved one of the males to make f2's with.

The male stayed a fairly small little guy, but even he had a bit of CJ smell going on. Hit up a CJ f2 I have going as well, so hope to have WG f2's and some CJxWG when I give em the chop in about a week.

I'll try to put up a thread since I have pics of the girls pretty much all the way through flower. Did not take any pics of the male.

Azad, you babies are looking good, hope they continue to do well for you, bro.

Best of luck, foomar on getting you WG to come through for ya.
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Old 06-22-2011, 10:48 PM #17
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Thank you Amber,I follow your good lead bro!!....stay well and grow strong!!
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Old 07-02-2011, 08:26 PM #18
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As has been said , survivors pick up fast once past six nodes , the smelliest plants in the room at ten days flower , sex uncertain but both are welcome.



On the left quite bushy with little stretch so far , more vigorous on the right with huge fans and possibly male , both topped at six nodes ,

Down to six solid plants now , awaiting results of soil analysis from the supplier , all senecio greyii in the same compost are dead with similar symptoms , this is a good indicator for boron defficiency.

Clones root fine in the remains of last years compost , they progress slowly and fail in this seasons so there is something in there , or lacking , that these plants are particularly intolerant of.

Can pull out a dead wavey clone and replant a different clone in the same compost without any problems , they grow away as normal.

My personal theory is that the loam soil used in its preperation has been subjected to heavy doses of glysophate , am useing the bulk mix but the same product is sold under several names in garden centres and sheds.
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They have shot up in five days , by nearly a foot for the tall one , three girls so far.



Tallest is four feet high in a two litre pot , quite branching and long internode , relatively narrow leaves , impressive vigour after a bad start.



Have one confirmed male so far , he smells good and is compact with broader leaves.
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Wow foomar, they be racing to the sun! Is the male the tallest one in that photo?

Looking real nice and healthy, I'm just picturing those stems filling out with nuggage.
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