I did maui from ilgm and it was great. i am curious about the nirvana version....he apparently got the genetics a long time ago.Dropped the first new seeds in a long time today. All fems, since the seedling closet is out of commission for a bit.
Nirvana's Hawaii Maui Waui, it's likely been outcrossed but the smoke is said to be good. Also, Humboldt's Three Blue Kings again, since it was a fantastic smoke.
Also threw down the last of the Cheeselicious freebees from way back. I've been feeling cheesy lately, might end up looking for a super cheesy strain later this year.
I've only got 5 confirmed females left in the small pots. with the 88G13HP. Iranian, and Sky Cuddler Double Kush differentiating soon.
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Now this is starting to look like a decent flower room. Love how the G13 Haze has taken over the back row, dwarfing what was until recently the next tallest plant in there (the Uzi to its right)
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Here, the back row is the Lemon OG Kush in the back left, a UPK, the G13 Haze, another UPK, the Uzi, and Col'Jam.
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This Lemon Citron plant is looking like it has potential. Actually just planted a rooted clone of this plant yesterday,
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And the (White Widow x Herijuana) x Thai. Looks like it'll be done in a week or two.
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I'm feeling good with the stable of G13 Haze, G13 Hashplant, C99, UPK, Herijuana. Silverfields, Siberian Haze, Nepalma, Moonglow, etc. Nice wide variety of terps and effects there, with all kinds of potential for fun crosses. Got some new fun stuff in the works, too.
Grabs notebook scribbles down micronised sulphur.......I came across this article from @agseedco a while back that explains it far better than I can.
The Mystery Behind Powdery Mildew By: Todd McCormick (Originally published in Grow Magazine 2019) Unfortunately, powdery mildew really is a mystery to science and many growers, some believe PM a systemic pathogen that permeates via the plant’s vascular system, others believe is it superficial...agseedco.com
"I would make the comparison to trying to grow a cannabis plant in too dry of an environment, as the same as trying to drive a car across a desert with just water and no antifreeze/coolant in the radiator, you may make it, but it's way more prone to overheat, and while you plant may make it through a dry environment, it's more than likely to have problems associated with lack of humidity.
Powdery mildew mostly attacks plants in dry environmental conditions, even if the plant is in a greenhouse or outside, depending on the environmental conditions leading up to the infestation of powdery mildew, I would now blame it on mother nature giving you add dryer condition than you expected and your plants suffering. I'll be the first person to admit that for a long time I really didn't take minimum humidity requirements into consideration, and I inadvertently dried the wax off of the leafs inadvertently."
This was a huge part of my issue with PM last winter, I think. I had a dehumidifier that kept the room under 55% rh, and it still attacked the plants like a savage until I started spraying micronized sulfur. There haven't been any signs of PM since getting that humidifier, that room stays between 75-80 degrees all the time, with 60-70% humidity, and I haven't seen PM in months.