Newly Acquired Genetics from Jamaica

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SCORE!!! I flew for over 14 hours and drove over land for almost 9 hours (both ways) to make it to Negril, Jamaica to acquire some new genetics. It is legal here but they are less precise with their strains. Here are female seeds for a general kush strain, a general strawberry strain and general raspberry strain. The genetics beyond that are not listed. Even info such as indica vs sativa is not available. But they are supposed to be all feminized. We will see if that’s true.

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I dropped 2 seeds for each strain on 7/19, but only 5 of them sprouted. So, I have 2 Jamaican Strawberry, 2 Jamaican Kush and 1 Jamaican Raspberry. This grow is not going to be fancy. It is only to know what these strains are like. So, just a quick 4-6 week veg then flip to flower. Here the are on 7/25, the day after they were placed in dirt. The dirt us FFHF with nothing added. I used RO water with 1 teaspoon of molasses and a pH of 5.8.

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Once all the ladies were fully up and out of the soil, they spent 48 hours in a seedling dome on a heating mat with under a fluorescent light. I then moved them to my MarsHydro SP-150 light veg tent for 10-14 days of 24 hours of light a day. While here, I will transplant them into a FFHF/FFOF mix with other organics.
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Veg Day 1: 7/30/21

I transplanted all 5 ladies into 1 gal pots using a soil combination of 1/3 FFHF, 1/3 FFCL, 1/3 FFOF with some added blood meal, althalpha meal, bone meal and pH 5.8 RO water with some molasses added.
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Veg Day 2:

Today I began their first LST--just bend them over. Here is another plant I have showing how I plan to train these 5 ladies.


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