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3 gallon Fabric bags
Mix of Fox Farm Ocean Pacific \ Coco Coir \ Perlite
*Maxsisun PB1000 Pro ( x 2 )
Here we have a Blue Cheese Auto and a Gelato Auto.
( I lost one of each right after transplant - human error )
3 Weeks and 3 days old today LED lights and SOL 18/6
Lights On at 7 a.m.,
Outside at 8:15 a.m.,
Back Inside under lites at 6:p.m.
Lites off at 1 a.m.
No Topping this time ! I may trim 2 lowest branches and some very Very Minimal Lst
Mr. Blue Cheese is going to new forever home tomorrow. Along with Another Blue Cheese that is 2 weeks old today. ( I don’t have a lot of confidence in ability of person who is taking them ( But at least he is paying me for seed and material and is old friend)
I have 2 more Gelato’s that popped the soil yesterday and 2 Jack Herrer Autos that appear to be on the verge of breaking the surface.
Thanks For Looking
they have a nice view on your deck
Looking good! Hope your friend does well with his also
Hi there. Be on the look out for pests if bringing them in and out. Very healthy looking ladies.
Ya, I did the same with the 1st 2 grows and had no issues. I keep them far away from other plants. Neem spray has always worked great for me. I spend time every evening inspecting them too. Appreciate the comment !
Here is where I start getting a bit confused. Gelato is 3 Wks and 5 days old today. ( as well as the Blue Cheese ) Based on Visual exam I am unsure exactly just what Stage of growth I am in. Transitioning to Flower? In Early Flowering? I have used only ph’d water so far. Due to water today ( about 5 cups ) and will add Cal Mag beginning today. With using FoxFarm O.P. I am wondering if I should begin adding in a 1/4 dosage of my Flora Micro, Flora Gro, and Flora Bloom trio?
Thx for looking…
Looks like they’re transitioning. Blue cheese might be a bit further along. I read the gelato should grow nice big side branches too. They might stretch a bit. Both look great!
It’s interesting seeing the differences between the 2.
Both came out of the ground at same time and were ‘twins’ the first 5 days.
Have been under exact same conditions side by side.
I thought the same about the Blu Cheese looking ‘further along’ in its life stage.
And there is a Noticeable difference in side branch development with Gelato more pronounced.
Blu Cheese has more spacing between nodes.
Color is still strong \ vibrant… so …I will watch close for any color loss, etc. ((I was reviewing last fall’s grow log notes. I believe I was late adding nutes to H2O with the FFOP soil - 1st addition was 5 weeks in and they began losing color 4/5 days earlier )),
Good Morning !
All seems to be going Fine !
The 2 Blue Cheese girls went to their new home on June 5th, ( I haven’t got a progress report yet. )
Anyway, the Gelato girls are doing good.
G2 is 35 days old
The 2 add’t Gelato’s, G6 & G7, were transplanted June 12 ( Day 11 ) and look fine.
Last 2 waterings of G2 I began introducing nutes at 25% dosage with no runoff.
We have hot dry weather ahead and will water to runoff next time to get ppm reading.
The 2 younger girls seemed to have handled transplanting well, no droop.
Unlike my 2 previous grows I have kept Hands Off of G2 and see a nice difference.
I did trim the branches of the 1st 2 nodes of G2 on June 10th, otherwise nothing.
I will eventually do some very slight Lst on lower branches to spread them out some.
When outside, I still rotate plant 1/2 turn every 30 mins or so ( if I’m not busy ) for optimal exposure.
Compared to where my 2 previous grows were, development wise, at Day 35 I am Very Happy
( As I topped the previous grows and did Aggressive Lst all thru the cycles, final product suffered )
( I might top 1 of the 2 younger girls, and then do very limited lst - let nature do its thing
Thanks for looking…
June 15 and all is well.
G2 is 37 days old today.
I find it interesting that the bottom 2 fan leaves are yellowed out…
Could this have anything to do with trimming branches below them 5 days ago? ( doubt it )
Watered yesterday (6/14) til a slight runoff… ppm read at 2,200 ( unsure how precise tds meter is )
Nutrient mix was 30% of full dose ( flora micro, flora gro, flora bloom )
PH was 6.1 ( I do have a quality ph tester )
G6 and G7 looking great at day 14, (3 days post transplant)
Still debating whether to top one of these or just Lst… I did not attempt to “train” G2’s main stem…very curious how tall G2 will get with no manipulation
Thx for looking
Things Rolling right along…
My older Gelato ( day 43 ) Looks Great ! imo…
( The Blue Cheese I gave to friend (was born the same day as my Gelato) is looking Awesome - it actually looks like it’s 7-10 days further along and the buds are exploding and great Smell. Will get a pic next time )
Anyway, the Gelato’s younger sisters are also looking Great.
I did decide to top the younger girls as to make it easier to “hide” on the deck.
Topped them 1 day apart as one is about 24 hrs behind the other - popped its root about 18 hrs before its twin ( growth diff was obvious at that early stage. )
All 3 are thriving and we are getting into hot humid days which ilgm states Gelato’s like…
Now, when I topped the younger 2 girls I also took off the 1st node branches. But Not the leaf.
Whereas I didn’t top the older Gelato, I Did take Both 1st And 2nd node branches on Day 33.
I have done -0- Lst at this point. .
I look for the branches below the forming cola to begin swelling
Having Fun and hope u guys are too !
Noticed trichs forming a couple days ago
Pic of G6
Pic of G7
Thanks for Looking !!
I shall return…
When I visited my friend 4 days ago, who now has the Blue Cheese, it was remarkable how it looked 7-10 days more developed than my Gelato despite both popping their roots the same day on May 7. Serious bud swelling kicking in and sweet pungent aroma…Which the Gelato is now starting to produce
Happy Sunday !
Things going fine here with older girl doing great and her 2 younger sisters too.
Still getting strong ppm’s last feeding for older girl … 1 gallon 6.4 ph’ water with 1 tsp cal mag and 6 ml of AN’s Big Bud only. She looks and Smells Great !
She and sisters currently averaging 9 hrs in sun and 8 hrs under lights each day. Avg 85 degrees outside. Big girl currently drinking a gallon every 3 days and sisters 1/2 Gal every 3 days.
Did some light Lst on lowest branches on the big girl. I have done light Lst on topped sisters - they are looking nice.
Now, I also had 2nd visit with the 2 Blue Cheese girls that I gave to a pal, and got pics. They are doing good Except - they only get 10-12 hrs sun a day…No aux lighting inside. He also using tap water that has sat for 24 hrs and very light nutes last week. Noticeable difference in development between them and my Gelato. The Older Blue Cheese and my older Gelato are both 48 days old today.
ENJOY 1st up my 48 day old Gelato
Her 2 younger sisters…
And Here are the Blue Cheese girls I gave to friend … ( quite a diff )
Thanks for Looking