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Killer A5 Haze

FeelHaze

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Hi @FeelHaze then don't add N through liquid fertilizers, let the plant grow bigger and she will take the nutrients in the soil without problems, Killer A5 Haze is a very hungry strain by flowering. If your indoor space is limited then swith to flower sooner than later.
Hi dubi,
Thanks a lot for the tip :)

I don't add liquid fertiliser during veg.
The mistake I made was putting too much sea compost in my organic soil mix.

I already started new plants (same strains so Panama, KA5H and Malawi) with a lighter organic soil mix and they like it.

Looking forward to see how hungry they get in flower mode ;)
 

Nextgeneration73

Active member
Ok, thank you, it's nice
But I would like to hear it from someone who has experience with this plant

But I will go down from 12/12 to 11/1Oh
Oh I forgot to mention that my comment wasn't exactly an answer to your question, but rather a guess since I sent it without writing/editing it properly and just left it like that. I also recall that I looked at the wrong picture when I read and then replied, or maybe just one of your pictures, I then saw the rest afterwards. So it wasn't really a genuine answer at all, and plus I don't know how to delete comments on here 😂 I can only edit them after I've hit the send button...
 
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Cheech87

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Oh I forgot to mention that my comment wasn't exactly an answer to your question, but rather a guess since I sent it without writing/editing it properly and just left it like that. I also recall that I looked at the wrong picture when I read and then replied, or maybe just one of your pictures, I then saw the rest afterwards. So it wasn't really a genuine answer at all, and plus I don't know how to delete comments on here 😂 I can only edit them after I've hit the send button...
Yes, no problem, but I wouldn't and don't answer questions where I don't have any experience myself, that doesn't help anyone. but everything is ok, don't worry
 

DrPuff

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Flowering day 24.Watering with 3 liters of water with PF LF(0.7 grams per liter) and PF BOOSTER(0.3 grams per liter),ppm-604.He raised the lamp another 7 cm from the top of his head.
 

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FeelHaze

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I'm back with new seedlings.
The first pict is my Killer A5 Haze. Its also the plant on the left of the tent in the second pict, next to Panama (middle) and Malawi (right).

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I post regular updates on my thread : Sativa organic grow with ace seeds (Panama, Malawi, Killer A5 Haze)
 

BurntBacon

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Old Fogey

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KA5H in veg day 22.

#3 was sown on the same day but took 6-7 days longer to emerge and shed its shell. A 4th bean cracked but didn't make it. All problems in germination phase due to my mistakes 😡

#1 and #2 will be topped at the 3rd node today (day 23) aiming for an 8-way mainline scrog. #3 will be topped when it reaches the 7th or 8th node.

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#2
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#3
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Peace
 

tjmccoy

Active member
So is that normal that the leaves hang so much at the top for a Sativa of this type.
Or do I have a problem with my plant if anyone here sees what it could be please let me know
now I have a 15 l pot could repot to 25l still
Temp day:25 night temp:20
Ph6.2

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To me that’s classic case of too much Nitrogen in flowering, dark green taco’d clawed leaves. Some strains more sensitive especially landrace sativas. I struggle with this in my soil bed.

If it gets worse a good flush might help, magnesium and molybdenum help plants convert excess nitrogen, but too much magnesium now will block potassium. I would say just don’t add anymore N and see
 
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JAHNODUB

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Hi My good Haze Lovers,

Some pics + my comments of KA5H grown last fall indoor, 2 pheno's fully manicured, dryed, bag+jar cured.

#1 smells/taste complex flowery/decay flower + leathery/livery deep body and orange/citrus notes.
#1 Smoke is deep loud full and white taste is a splendide & complex mix of incense, leather, meaty livery after notes flowery woody with orange/citrus +notes. Just Beautifull and Sooooo addictive :)
#1 is cleary my fave, some reminishing tastes of some great neville's haze! TOP OF THE SHELF

#2 smells the real cat piss, resins earthy greeny Malawi/haze, smoke is deep & white taste is earthy and woody and more malawi remisniscent. Still Beautiful!!

These 2 are some real Killers like the name suggest, smoke is SO Strong! few tokes are enough to get a full straight kick, long lasting heady and psychedelic fx for 3/4 hours and introspective ending landing.
#2 is even stronger than #1, After FX of #2 are much more darker stoony body than #1.


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Again Respect due to the breeder and strain preservator @dubi and @Yo Sammy for this spendide and brilliant polyhybrid, Some Real & Serious smoke. Give tanx!

Blessings to all,

Jahno
 

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Cheech87

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Mine have always done that, perk up later in flowering. I notice it more on branches not in direct light footprint .
Thank you for your answer

It's going to be an educational journey for me. I worry too much maybe.
I love this Plant
To me that’s classic case of too much Nitrogen in flowering, dark green taco’d clawed leaves. Some strains more sensitive especially landrace sativas. I struggle with this in my soil bed.

If it gets worse a good flush might help, magnesium and molybdenum help plants convert excess nitrogen, but too much magnesium now will block potassium. I would say just don’t add anymore N and see
thought the same thing but because it looks so light I thought it couldn't be that but I fertilized it and also gave it a little N because there was some in my cal mag.
Thanks for your answer!
 

tjmccoy

Active member
Thank you for your answer

It's going to be an educational journey for me. I worry too much maybe.
I love this Plant

thought the same thing but because it looks so light I thought it couldn't be that but I fertilized it and also gave it a little N because there was some in my cal mag.
Thanks for your answer!

Nice! Enjoy the Educational Journey, when working with plants and biology it will be never ending!

I’m personally not a fan of cal/mag due to the “calcium Nitrate” Imo nitrates are to be avoided. Excess nitrates are very hard for the plants to convert. Nitrates grow plants with lush green weak growth that under a microscope the cells are so weak they ooze. Nitrogen in the form of Nitrates increases the plants need to uptake water and the plant now has to spend 60% of its energy to try to convert it. Plants with high nitrates are a calling card for sucking insects like caterpillars, aphids and white flies. The oozing plant sap is a magnet for fungus’s. The plant has to convert its nitrogen to the “amino acid sugar fraction”, ammonium nitrogen would be the better option ie less converting in the plant, next best is urea, next best is amino acid nitrogen that requires very little plant energy to convert, fish is already in the form of amino acid also lots of new nitrogen products coming out in that form now. ( The nitrogen exuded by nitrogen fixing plant is in the form of “amino acid sugar) But also Nitrogen is constantly changing in cool wet soil will drive nitrate conversion , warm soil will drive ammonium conversion. Nitrate has a vegative effect and ammonium has a reproductive effect.

I’m a regen farmer by trade, so I live in soil and plant health thoughts, I’ve learned how to grow crops with zero pesticides and fungicides, this is one of the keys,in my other crops most pest and disease can be stopped completely by doing everything to avoid nitrate and focus on calcium instead. For calcium we use lime only if ph is low, otherwise gypsum (calcium sulfate) for magnesium epsom salt ( magnesium sulfate)

With that said I do notice that cannabis can tolerate some nitrates fine, more than my vegetable crops that I figure is because it’s a pioneering plant nature uses for bio remediation prior to the next succession of species

I’m just rambling, TMI, wrong place for this, Good luck! I’m sure that A5 is going to smoke great!
 
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FeelHaze

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KA5H in veg day 22.

#3 was sown on the same day but took 6-7 days longer to emerge and shed its shell. A 4th bean cracked but didn't make it. All problems in germination phase due to my mistakes 😡

#1 and #2 will be topped at the 3rd node today (day 23) aiming for an 8-way mainline scrog. #3 will be topped when it reaches the 7th or 8th node.

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Peace
I think your training plan is on point and that you will end up with an even canopy.
 
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