Aquaman goes COCO. (Mother hunt)

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Oldman13

Oldman13

look closely at the stems not the this plant! It was about 5 almost six feet tall now it's 2 to two and a half feet tall , again I'm talking about the wiring system itself ! this plant isn't really growing the way I really want it to but it will be just as potent because of genetics pretty pretty. You remember no plant is really a waste when you can make hash out of them, and white widow hash is superbly delicious ... So experimental little you might surprise yourself View attachment 1058659 View attachment 1058658 =full]1058658[/ATTACH]
typo correction pretty pretty was supposed to be... period period
 
sambapati

sambapati

Nice, tuned in! Fwiw, personally if i were to do it over again, Id run my mother hunt in bigger pots or even in something with a bit more cec like proterra.
Im getting a fair bit of variation from seed that doesnt lend itself well to automated feeds in small pots, to say the least. Im only running clones with known structure and feeding habbits in this automated setup from here out.

That said, im really excited to see what you can do with this shit mang.
Question on transplanting the one square pot on the left...still has two weeks in veg and then flower. SHOULD SHE BE UPpotted to an airpot for the rest of the grow or is it too late to get benefit from that? She had growrh issues early but snapped out of it and now seems OK. One plant will come out so there will be room. QUESTION: The medium bushy plants Exotic Genetics YETI seem OK in their airpots....Leave them alone? Appreciate your thoughts
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Question on transplanting the one square pot on the left...still has two weeks in veg and then flower. SHOULD SHE BE UPpotted to an airpot for the rest of the grow or is it too late to get benefit from that? She had growrh issues early but snapped out of it and now seems OK. One plant will come out so there will be room. QUESTION: The medium bushy plants Exotic Genetics YETI seem OK in their airpots....Leave them alone? Appreciate your thoughts View attachment 1058789 View attachment 1058790 View attachment 1058791 View attachment 1058792
If you have a thread you should tag us there, so we don’t flood Aqua’s thread.
 
Frankster

Frankster

I was frantically freaking out because one of the plants I put in there started growing male parts today, and I was being a contortionist trying to get the damn thing out of there without opening up pods, LOL

I have to say, those Agromax HO UV seem to make the males apparent/bloom very early/fast, which is pretty cool.

I'll keep them maybe in the bedroom and open a few pods because these are some pretty cool strains and mix them with a few of the females inside and get a few different mixes going on, I've got 2 good male photperiods, so I might donate on of my auto's coming though and create some new stuff. Grape ape auto sounds pretty cool.

And maybe a grape ape gorilla glue #4 photoperiod too, and I could hit that whorled phyllotaxy white widow that's just starting to bloom.
 
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Frankster

Frankster

Does it look stable to everyone? I think he looks fine actually. Good internoding, nice health, looks fine. Supposed to come from a good line, actually. Grape ape was a favorite of mine in years past. But it's one of those lower % plants, so crossing into something like the GG#4 or White Widow should be a good blend, I would think. Will hold most of the host plants genetics and impart some of the Indica Grape Ape traits. (Skunk x Afghani x Mendocino Purps) Lend some good stability to those newer lines.
 
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AthelR

AthelR

I use a uvb bulb in a tent. Four hours on during middle of light cycle starting about three ish weeks from harvest.

Here is the bulb if you care. I rotate the plants every couple days so it's between 10-24 inches from them (individually).

I do care, Milson! I’ve looked at the bulb and it’s only $10!

can I just ask you to say whether it has ever seemed to damage the plants?
 
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