Discussion in 'Grow Log Forum' started by Herb, Jun 2, 2018.
I’ll be watching. Good kitty!
Update as of July 9th 2018:
Got all my cages built and installed now. The girls are doing quite nicely but I'm really torn on whether or not to top them. For now I'm going to let them continue untouched and see what comes of it. If they start to get too tall I can always extend the cages upwards.
Update July 16th:
The girls are doing well and getting big. I've begun to train lateral branches through the cages. Also have a couple of small, blue predators in the grow keeping nasty, bad, unwanted critters at bay.
Herb's Air Force...
That's pretty good Smokey.
Even the right color.
Update July 23:
Doing some crazy training. Just finding a hole and putting branches through. Some of the thicker branches and the main stem got the 'super-crop' treatment in order to bend the branches where I needed them to be without causing too much stress on the opposite side of the plant. These things are gonna be bushy....soon.
Lookin good, they sure do love that sunlight.
Those are filling in nicely! I can’t wait to see how they turn out
Update July 31:
Looks like they are starting to flower now. The Chocolate Creams (tallest....front-left) are the first of course and have finished the stretch....at least it looks that way. What growth in one week's time!
I still have not fed these girls. Still working on that composted soil and doing well. I did leave enough room at the top of the soil for a top dressing if they need it.
This should be a good grow.
If you look closely you can make out the ash on the leaves from the HUGE fire we have going near here. I'm well over 25 miles away and still getting ash fall.
I thought I heard this once...Is ash mixed in with soil a good thing?
Most certainly is.
Update August 5:
Looks like everyone is going into flower now. The Chocolate Cream has the jump on the others since she has a 50 day maturation.
AK Widow 47:
Looking good. you can't beat that big grow light in the sky and some good care.
Update Aug 13:
Damn these plants can grow! The Chocolate Creams are just 6" from reaching the shade cloth that covers my grow space. I do hope they are done stretching. Leggy bee-atches! (First pic...two tallest tops)
Super crop the tops to slow vertical growth.
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