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Old 02-08-2015, 05:00 PM
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(OG Chem X Grandaddy Purple (Kens cut)) X Girl Scout Cookie (Forum cut) - CSG

Genetic Selection Motive ...
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My homie made a grip of gsc crosses says they are all shaping like the mom but all dense/denser than cookies. Looking forward to that with the chem/diesel ones!
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the guys popping new strains of all the trendy crosses while at the same pumping tried and trues like OG are still makin it!
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Yup believe thats what I said- only 10 females by me so far, at least that many females by another homie using GSC as the mom, many more females than that by the homie who made the GSC fem seeds and so far haven't had herm issues.

Will say so far out of the small pops, already found on par to better than forum cut out of very small populations.
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Ten seeds sown February 6 @ 10:00 am
Seeds stored @ 37 1F, contained in a light proof glass, within a low humidity drawer inside a residential refrigerator.

Medium: Flexiplug
H20: Reverse Osmosis
Nutrient Source: 4-8-7 complete bloom profile, three drops from a pipette, which did not register on the meter. The goal was to slightly acidify and fertilize the media, thus nourishing the emerging seedling.
Temperature of Saturated Media: 85 2F
Environmental Temperature: 86 2F. Maintained via an electric coil heater which is equipped with an internal temperature controller. The purposed germination tent efficiently contains the valuable heat.
Propagation Tray Temperature: 87 2F. I'm utilizing a heating mat which convects the solution which saturates the 2" thick layer of clay aggregate, thus creating a tropical climate/environment that facilitates rapid germination.

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it's all about dialing in what you can to optimize everything you can, which often means using less of things.
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. The smaller CMH room has now outperformed (quality-wise) the climate controlled room all 3 times.

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Old 02-12-2015, 06:05 AM
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The entire population of seeds (ten) have germinated, although at varying intervals. The majority of individuals have extended their cotyledons, while a few still wear a helmet.

In future sowing I desire to maintain a consistent birthing habitat.
The Flexiplug temperature has fluctuated from 74 - 84F; there is significant value in improving the temperature consistency.
The Flexiplug moisture content has remained stable.
The germination media (Turface) temperature and moisture has maintained comfortably consistent.
After warming the reverse osmosis H20 (78 - 84F) I have input marginal quantities of Flora Nova Bloom and Kelp Extract to satisfy immediate nutritional requirements.

A 100W Area 51 3750k LED greets the emerging seedlings @ ~18" height.
An electric heater sits adjacent to the seedlings to ensure sufficient quantities and consistent delivery of heat (conducive to healthy, expedited germination).

I am transplanting tomorrow. In future cycles I desire to eliminate the unecessary action of transplanting.
Old 02-12-2015, 07:08 PM
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The seedlings have been lovingly transplanted.

Media (Turface) Temperature: 72 2F
Water Temperature: 72 2F
PPM: 150 (1/.66 Jacks/CalNit ratio)
pH: 5.5 - 6.2
Light Source: Gavita @ 400W, 3ft interval
Ambient Temperature: 72 - 76F.
RH: 25% - 35% (Limiting Variable)
Seedling Surface Temperature: 68 2F
Every four days I will input ~.25ml 35% H202 per gallon into the gravity reservoir for consistent, marginal delivery into the working solution.
Old 02-18-2015, 11:47 PM
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Visual Developmental Documentation at Day 12 Post Sowing, 24 Hour Photoperiod

The first visual is a photograph of the couple runts competing for harvest; the individual expressing broader leaves will likely be the chosen one.

Light Output: 1,225 Watts
Gavita @ 500W ~3 ft distance, which also provides desired heat during these winter months.
PPM: 130 20
pH: ?
Water Temperature: 73 2F
Ambient Temperature: 74 3F
Humidity: 30 - 40%
Old 02-26-2015, 04:31 AM
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Vegetative Documentation Day 19 Post Sowing, 24 Hour Photoperiod

Light Output: 1,825 Watts
Ambient Temperature: 74 3F
Relative Humidity: 40 - 45%(5 disc fogger in continual operation)
Ambient C02: ~450PPM (variable nature dependent upon household occupancy)
Intake: ~1050 CFM
Exhaust: ~1000 CFM
Internal Circulation/Cleansing: 700 CFM
Water Temperature: 72 2F
Reservoir PPM: 150 20
Gravity Reservoir PPM: Reverse Osmosis H20
pH: 5.6 .3
Flood Interval: 00:40:00

I recently exchanged 10 gallons of the 150 PPM solution for 400 PPM solution (240 Jack's, 160 CalNit) @ 80 2F, 5.6 pH .2.
Old 02-26-2015, 05:42 AM
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Nice. I'll pull up a seat.

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Tom here. Enjoy :-)
Old 02-26-2015, 11:33 AM
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Looks good. I'm subbed

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Tom here. Thank you :-)
Old 03-04-2015, 06:03 PM
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Vegetative Documentation Day 26 Post Sowing, 24 Hour Photoperiod

Light Output: 2,425 Watts
PPM: 400
Gravity Reservoir PPM: 600
Flood Interval: 00:05:00
The short flood interval has been inspired due to readings regarding root biology, waters inherent oxygen holding capacity, modern hydroponic design, and curiosity.
Old 03-06-2015, 01:24 AM
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Good luck..tom

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Old 03-09-2015, 05:50 AM
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Individual Vegetative Development Documentation 30 Days Post Sowing

The individuals are exhibiting a deficiency @ middle aged foliage due to insufficient solution concentration. I have again insufficiently managed the working and gravity reservoir solution to effectively fulfill the variable requirements of these exponentially maturing individuals.
Light Output: 3,000 Watts
PPM of Site #1: 500 20
PPM of Site #2: 620 20
Flood Interval #1: 00:15:00
Flood Interval #2: 00:20:00
Gravity Reservoir PPM: 700
pH: Stable @ 5.8 .1
Water Temperature: 72 2F
ADT: 75 3F
Relative Humidity: 52 5%
Air Intake: 1,400 CFM
Interior Carbon Filtered Circulation: 1,300 CFM
Old 03-14-2015, 03:16 PM
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Day 21 Post Sowing Representative Tissue Analysis

The Representative Sample was collected from the maturing fan leaves of six individuals, at ~3 nodes from the growing tip.

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It seems to be a major thing to get people to use actual metrics...soil tests (both Mehlich III and paste preferably), brix, sap pH, ergs (or soil EC). If you use these things...control graph them even...then when problems arise you can get real answers instead of guesses. If you are doing it for a living how can you not want this info? ...
Old 03-14-2015, 03:34 PM
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I've worked og chem and gdp not cookies, the genetics should be solid, just not stabilized. Lots of phenos to choose from, but many beautiful ones.

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Poly-hybrids !!! Definitely expecting a plethora of unique expressions ... After researching, I agree with your statement of they beauty contained within There are many interesting threads demonstrating this . I have many quotes from respected members that also reinforce my genetic selections .
Old 03-14-2015, 08:28 PM
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Reproductive Development Documentation - Transitional Stage - Day 5, 12 Hour Photoperiod

PPM of Site #1: 590
PPM of Site #2: 620
Flood Interval #1: 00:15:00
Flood Interval #2: 00:20:00
Gravity Reservoir PPM: 800
pH: Stable @ 5.8
Water Temperature: 75F
ADT: 79F
Surface Temperature: 74F 2F
Relative Humidity: 55%
Gavita Fixtures Output: 825W
Light Output: 3,225 Watts
Air Intake: 1,400 CFM
Interior Carbon Filtered Circulation: 1,450 CFM
Old 03-19-2015, 06:45 PM
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Reproductive Development Documentation - Transitional Stage - Day 10, 12 Hour Photoperiod

Light Output: 3,225 Watts
ADT: 79F 2F
Relative Humidity: 68% 5%
PPK Site #1 PPM: 560
PPK Site #2 PPM: 540
Gravity Reservoir PPM: ~600
Water Temperature: ~75F 2F

I'm currently inputting additional Calcium (Organic Chelated Calcium Carbonate) into my working solution to satisfy the individuals demand, although experimentation is required as specific quantities resulted in precipitation within the stagnant gravity reservoir. I have also purchased a concentrated Calcium-Boron (Organic Chelated Calcium Carbonate) supplement for foliar applications.
Old 03-24-2015, 08:57 PM
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Reproductive Development Documentation - Transitional Stage - Day 15, 12 Hour Photoperiod

Light Output: 3,225 Watts
ADT: 77 3F
Intake Temperature: 69F 2F
ANT (Average Nightly Temperature): 70.5F 2F
Relative Humidity: 73% 4F
PPK Site #1 PPM: 480
PPK Site #1 PPM: 500
Gravity Reservoir PPM: 500 ; steadily decreasing input concentration

To achieve the desired environmental moisture content I have closed the exhaust ports and rely solely upon the intake fans to cool the individuals via indirect input, thus I am closer to approaching a manufactured harmony. I will not employ an air movement device that cannot purge the manufactured flow of organic compounds and/or general debris. I'm also strictly utilizing hair nets and typically removing all clothing (nice flow around the genitals), while strictly removing loose clothing worn in the exterior; my goal being a clean lab report.
Old 03-29-2015, 08:59 AM
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Mind if I look in

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Old 03-30-2015, 12:07 AM
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Reproductive Development Documentation- Flower Initiation - Day 20, 12 Hour Photoperiod

Light Output: 3,225 Watts
Site #1 PPM: 380, Input 1.2 EC solution @ 1:00 pm, stabilized @ 500 PPM post flooding, 380 reading taken @ 6:00 pm.
Site #2 PPM: 340, ""
ADT: 77F 3F
ANT: 70F 2F
Flower Surface Temperature: 75F 3F

Exercised aggressive defoliation of sucker lateral tissue stretching a disproportionate amount to access uninhibited irradiance, thus necessitating removal due to my production goals.
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There is sound science as to why one would want to remove some lower leaves (e.g. increase in rate of photosynthesis of remaining leaves), as well as IPM issues, and I've found it definitely makes bigger flowers from the remaining sites (and less photoassimilate needs to be wasted on lower flowers), as well as it's great to not deal with all those little flowers from the bottom of the plant (aka "popcorn") that have less trihcomes and THC, anyway.
Male reproductive tissue located on a few individuals @ preflower locations, but the flower heads observed are composed of pistils. Honestly, I won't stress about an occasional male reproductive part, as the few seeds found within my Elmers Glue were well received by my patients; sow at your own risk.
Increasingly red pigmentation observed on the general population of individuals, while severity varies. I'm experimenting with variable Calcium and Nitrate concentrations; as I'm beginning to understand the practice.
I'm not conscious of my fascination with supplying nutrition via foliar methods, but I'm suppressing my desire in belief that the residuals that inevitably remain on the plant matter create an inferior combustion experience.
Old 03-30-2015, 07:54 PM
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Very nice garden

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Thank You !!! I've invested a lot into its construction
Old 04-02-2015, 05:05 PM
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Day 19 Post Sowing Representative Tissue Analysis

The Representative Sample was collected from matured fan leaves ~3 nodes from the growing tip.
I'm a fiend; I created a foliar recipe consisting of a very diluted array of hormones, vitamins, and sugars that I applied on April 1st (two hours prior to morning, ~80% Relative Humidity). This solution was applied liberally and primarily under canopy to ensure sufficient penetration of ingredients.
Quantification: 1 Quart reverse osmosis H20; ~.3ml Hormone Booster (Mbferts), ~.25ml Tria/Potash supplement, 1ml AEA Rejuvinate, .5ml Sea Kelp.
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People need to stop spraying things on their flowers, period, full stop. Be it chemical or biochemical. They just need to stop. (Unless there's dire need.)
*** Source : https://logicalgardener.org/
Old 04-03-2015, 09:07 PM
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Reproductive Development Documentation - Flower Growth - Day 25, 12 Hour Photoperiod

Light Output: 3,000 Watts
PPK Site #1 PPM: 310
PPK Site #2 PPM: 300
Gravity Reservoir Input: ~200 PPM

Occasional internode distances are exaggerated, thus necessitating alternative strategies to maintain canopy balance.
I have observed that specific branches of the same source (plant) express variable node structuring. For example: one branch may exhibit the desired close nodal structuring, while an adjacent branch will exhibit alternating node structuring. It is my general observation that the larger majority of branches exhibit varying structure. I surmise this expression is a manifestation of variable light uniformity within the canopy.
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