Elmers Glue (GG#4 X The White); Purchased via Seedbay - $80 - from private producer: Relentless.
Originally Posted by Grizz
you guys that got the eg seeds are in for a very pleasant surprise, this is one excellent cross.
Originally Posted by dank.frank
The saving grace is that all the genetics that make GG#4 are good plants - and there is still a wealth of possibility contained within the broader gene pool on which she was built.
Originally Posted by VenturaHwy
The white crosses I've grown are amazing, dense rock hard buds and super potent and stinky. Only problem is some don't grow tall enough so they don't yield too good, your crosses shouldn't have that problem..... great job.
seven seeds in Rockwool @ 9:00 pm.
Water temperature: 74 ± 2°F
Air temperature: 75 ± 3°F
Humidity: 68 ± 5%
pH: ? - R/O H2
Working Solution ppm: 100, consisting primarily of FloraNova Bloom nutrient
No specific orientation for the seeds; allowing gravity and seeds to do the work. I sterilized my hands, equipped a glove and dropped them into the cubes.
Three oscillating fans operating @ specific locations. Air exchange halted to allow heat to accrue in tent - desire ~82°
F. Fogger humidity controller @ 75%. HPS @ 350W, providing heat - there are cheaper ways to achieve desired temperature, but I want the seeds immediately exposed to illumination upon hatching.
F tap H2
0 - ~200 PPM, Bleach, 35% H202 - through the individual growth sites to kill potential harmful bacteria. Root matter remains in the turface, but it's manageable. Will run SM90
entire duration opposed to DMZ and 35% H202 - to ensure controlled input. Only addition to reservoir solution.
: SM90 curdles in stagnant solutions; ineffective for stagnant reservoirs.
Only using ~3.5 gallons of medium - turface. Vegetative duration is short and excess area allows for too much growth - undesirable in my conditions - during stretch - so I've read. Also easier to flood growth sites.
Goals: Connoisseur Quality
; Efficient Production; Benefit>Cost; Stress Free.
Improvements: Documentation; Photographs; Management Style.
Reminders: Proactive; Preventative; First Things First; Synergize; Communicate.
Risks: Hermaphrodites; Inferior
Originally Posted by ECtraveler
. The smaller CMH room has now outperformed (quality-wise) the climate controlled room all 3 times.
Originally Posted by spurr
I have found a hybrid system has preformed better than conventional or natural alone.