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Old 12-11-2018, 03:09 PM #1
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My Zen Garden 2019 (.. Golden Tiger, Destroyer)

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Thought I'd make a diary about my new grow. Hoping for thai phenos of GT and Destroyer fem. I plan to use ls(t)d training techniques for this grow for the first time, during my last grow with indicas my plants grew up too much, space is very limited. But with lsd I think one can basicly grow really wide and low going plants?



Only challenges that come to my mind at this point is deciding when to flip light period. I would like to get pretty full canopy to get good use of my 90cmx90cm space. Also re- using my soil for the first time, roots and bacteria and myco from previous grow is there, so if something goes wrong it's probaply adding too much or too little amendments in the upcoming weeks.


One gt and destroyer in smaller pots, managed to kill some seedlings once again so these started week-2 later. Destroyer in the back very mean looking sativa leaves..never had leaves like this in veg.


Will post more pics as the plants progress a bit, I think all plants will get their final pots this week, then light period 16/8 and slowly dropping it to 11/13. Peace and enjoy the rest of the year.


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Old 12-19-2018, 06:22 AM #2
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I'll pull up a chair and watch. It seems the size of your grow is similar to mine, so maybe I'll learn something useful.


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Old 12-20-2018, 09:30 PM #3
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Not sure if you've grown both before.. but you're in for a real treat..

The Destroyer is one of my favorites I've grown out so far.. Extremely clear cognitive high with a long hang time.. until you walk to the next room and ask yourself "wait Why did I come in here"..

Just finished two phenos of GT one thai leaner went longer than expected.. brought inside for last two weeks under lights .. after a week it was clear I brought aphids into the inside grow.. I had minimal yield because of aphids but the high/experience was lights out..!

The Destroyer stretch was manageable but the GT thai leaner stretch was super impressive.

Good luck rlsmooth.. subbing...

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Old 12-21-2018, 10:41 AM #4
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Hi dudes, thanks for tuning in.


Is a learning curve for me too, CowboyTed, haven't grown either of these strains before!
And Thermal, hehe your description of Destroyer sounds tasty..can't wait . And GT Thai leaner must be a gem I believe..



Bigger plant's starting to really grow now, smaller ones still growing roots, but after a watering I'll think they start really going too. Time to do some bondage today..Destroyer backrow and Golden tiger front

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Rismooth, looking forward to the grow. Two great strains for sure. Enjoy
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Old 12-26-2018, 08:19 PM #6
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Woah.. the soil biolife has really kicked in and plants been growing like mad. I don't usually schedule my grows, but I was hoping that I'd be able to flip light period before New Year and now it seems possible. Currently 14/10 lights if I remember right.¨


So far I've only been bending the main stem to the side of the pot and then clockwise(or counterclockwise..) and as side stems grow tying em up to which ever direction I see fit. Also been removing a lot of leaves from top part of the plant, so that light can reach lower levels more easily, now starting to remove lower growth below canopy on some plants. Especially Destroyer seems to like this a lot and keeps amazing me every time I look at the tent. Golden Tiger maybe sturdier stem doesn't bend so well, and it hasn't pushed smaller stems to become " new mains" so hard. Destroyer back right been stretching like hell lately...


Gurls starting to drink alot, except smallest GT in the front, kinda waiting for it to catch up a little and then ready to start flowering. Seems like it's going to be full jungle


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Hey bro!I missed the start...Good luck and don 't delay flipping,hehe...
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Heya. Flipped lights today, one GT is a little bit small compared to others but the space seems pretty much covered. Luckily most stems are like rubber so I can continue to tie em up..interesting to see how they stretch now! Happy New Year folks..I guess it's time to party a little tonight..
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Damn, my CMH bulb broke down. Had to order couple new ones..I've had too much problems with these I hope the fixture aint broken now like it was almost a year ago. They promise 20.000 hours for bulb but this latest one lasted almost 1200 hours .


Shame, because I just flipped the lights and now my plants have to spend some time under 6500k CFL so hope they don't freak out..
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Old 01-08-2019, 06:09 PM #10
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Back on track..lights been 11/13 bit over a week. Might have to put some support bamboo sticks in there..
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