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Old 07-23-2011, 01:13 AM #31
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Trichs pileing on now , leaves will doubtless make good dry sieved with an extensive coverage already , odour is strong but unlike most weed.





The vigour shown after a poor start is surpriseing , two litres from seed has worked well for years but was not enougth for these , would suggest four litres as a minimum if you are trying to run the numbers for selection , a lot more for yield.
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definitely off and running now
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Wish there were some way to transmit the odour on these , really strange on the tallest one , quite narrow leaf blades and smells like OXO cubes or Bovril , similar to a casey i have of similar appearance.



Budsites have lost their initial near spherical shape , starting to fill out and should yield well given a harsh start , clones are fussy on nutes but doing well.
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Old 07-24-2011, 09:30 PM #35
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The male looks nothing special , tall and lanky with very narrow bladed leaves , sparse pollen clusters , the casy males seemed far better to the eye.




Despite looking average the odour is extreme chemical/fuel/solvent , cloned and will be tested on the usual suspects along with the two casey males , will have to choose one of these soon due to lack of space.

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Looks pretty healthy for a mid flower plant , leaves still a glossy deep green , one dose of seaweed saved her from the goat.





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These looks great Foomar. I've got some wavy's vegging right now, but can't flower for 5 weeks unfortunately. Did you ever determine the exact cause of your woes earlier in the thread? From reading your journal it appears they are somewhat light feeders correct me if I am wrong.
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There seems to be sensitivity in some of these plants to minor nutrients , a particular batch of bulk John Innes compost was replaced FOC by the supplier after complaints from local nurseries that it was killing certain species , have been promised a full soil analysis which is expected to show trace element lockup , primarily boron and magnesium , from useing topsoil heavily and repeatedly sprayed with glysophate in its manufacture.

Quite a sat look from the top down , more bud than at first appears ,tucked away under unfeasably large fans.



Thats the first pic in a year without some degree of mite damage showing , albamectin did more in one spray in veg than a year of pissing around with organic solutions and assorted bone idle predators achieved.
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Nice work, foomar! Looks like its powering through any hiccups it had.
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Old 08-18-2011, 10:13 PM #44
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Thanks for the comments , they have slowly recovered from a very low point , they would have been stunners but the clones probably will.

Cuts have been a real pain to root , thin walled hollow stems , cut at 90 deg through a leaf node for best chance.




Quite leafy and pretty average looking at this stage , the powerfull deep smell more than compensates .


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Girl number four was in the worst state of all and is a survivor , strongest smell so far and distinctly different to the first three , cute looking leaves much broader than the others , could be best of pack.

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