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Mossy Jem F10

marijuanamat

Crazy X Seeds Breeder
Those gems are looking sweet, nice light purple buds.

Pollen will die if you re-freeze it once defrosted. I wasted loads of pollen in the past, but you live and learn.
 

NeDank

Well-known member
Those gems are looking sweet, nice light purple buds.

Pollen will die if you re-freeze it once defrosted. I wasted loads of pollen in the past, but you live and learn.

All thanks to you man!

Really I didn't know refreezing would kill the pollen. Good to know.
 

NeDank

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Day 56

Just a quick overview shot this week

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NeDank

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Day 63

All the smaller jems are on flush cycle at the moment. I read somewhere when flushing you should do so with warm or room temp water because it dissolves salts better than cold water. Is there any truth to this?

3 gallon jem is doing amazing sitting at 18" tall full flower. Might cross it with the duck bx male cuz why not.

For fun here are two pics of duck bx

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One of the smaller jems all of which are partly shaded purple

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3 gallon jem

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aliceklar

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Day 63

All the smaller jems are on flush cycle at the moment. I read somewhere when flushing you should do so with warm or room temp water because it dissolves salts better than cold water. Is there any truth to this?
Warm solvents are more reactive than cold, so it makes sense not to use cold water. More generally plants can be pretty sensitive to water temperature - they dont want cold roots - so its never a bad idea to let water from the tap or collected rainwater come to room temp before using it.

Looking good, dude! :canabis:
 

NeDank

Well-known member
Warm solvents are more reactive than cold, so it makes sense not to use cold water. More generally plants can be pretty sensitive to water temperature - they dont want cold roots - so its never a bad idea to let water from the tap or collected rainwater come to room temp before using it.

Looking good, dude! :canabis:
Thanks!

When I mix nutrients it's always with room temp water sat out for 24hrs to evaporate chlorine. As for flushing is with warm water from the tap. Interestingly enough cold seems to run clear but warm has a slight yellow/brown tint.
 

aliceklar

Well-known member
Thanks!

When I mix nutrients it's always with room temp water sat out for 24hrs to evaporate chlorine. As for flushing is with warm water from the tap. Interestingly enough cold seems to run clear but warm has a slight yellow/brown tint.
Could be from a rusty pipe or water tank maybe? Had a dead bat in a water tank once. :oops:
 

NeDank

Well-known member
The flush continues 1/2 gallon warm tap water per 6" pot each day they are dry by morning. Not much yellowing yet after 9 days. Might have to make this a 3 week flush.
 

NeDank

Well-known member
The end of this journal is coming soon. I'll be documenting the 3 gallon jem then it will end. Flush started 12/4/22

BTW the plant I've been mistakenly calling duck bx is actually another personal cross Auto Durban x Auto Killer Cookies. I mix up the tags. It's doing quite well but will not be documented.
 

NeDank

Well-known member
I bought a house plant from the big box store and it was infested with spider mites which then spread to everything. This grow is over.

Last pics

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