The Magnificent "Seven" Rides Again!
This might end up The Good, The Bad and the Ugly as there are only 3 Bikers Kush Clones as of right now. There's at least 4 cuttings to be taken from these 3. I will switch these into 12/12 as soon as I have the cuttings off. These new cuttings, 4 of them, will multiply and become many.
Update: Its day 4 of 12/12. The Good (Clone no.4) The Bad ( Clone no.2 ) and The Ugly ( Clone no.5 ) are doing very well under 2 x 600 watt pro Lumatek LEDs in 5 1/2 litre pots.
Soil: Cre All Mix with Extra worm castings
They get approximately 300 mil of ph (6.2) corrected H2o with 2 mil of Biobizz Bloom per litre, every other day. I use the Biobizz grow schedule as a rough guide rather than the rule. I am not using the Biobizz Soil so there is a little guess work involved.
Less is more.
Update: This is what happens when you don't water your plants, for about a month!
Biker Kush. Although the Fantastic Five weren't that fantastic, as far as yield goes but the quality, which is what it's really all about, is outstanding. This cannabis would be difficult to beat, in every other way. The original 3 cuttings in their 7th day of 12/12 are doing so much better that their parent plants and I expect more from these 3 plants/clones than I got from the 5 plants from seed.
We will see.
Another update: The " Good" or Clone no.4
Notice that the 5 1/2 litre pot the plant is in, is actually in another transparent contianer. I get these contianers with wild bird food in them and they just happen to be the perfect size. I water the plants, I don't have stood in trays, in those contianers.
Update: My photos don't do these Biker Kush Clones justice. All 3 clones are strong and healthy and standing 6 inches above the bubblegum clones taken, rooted and potted up at the same time. Ive taken 7 cuttings from these 3 clones and although there is no sign of roots yet I am sure the roots will grow and I will be able to get them into pots and keep starting again and again. I have room for 11 Biker Kush every grow. That's the goal, should be attainable.