Hellraiser grows Zkittlez and Banana Kush in coco with Jacks 321

Yes I did, and they got too tall as well, had to bend over the blue dreams tallest branches same as I did with this tall zkittlez.

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The 4 I got going now seems like slow growers but I have a feeling they are gonna make up for it when I flip them.

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@Loudman, I’ve been growing ilgm gg for two years,I always have some in flower never hermied ever


It’s a keeper… Just stay away from Zkittles :joy:
It’s fire though I mean fire. If u wanna be couch locked all day but…
I picked the nut sacks off through out the whole grow. Smells and look wonderful but shitty genetics :v:t2::sunglasses::v:t2:

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How exactly do those feedings go? I’m thinking of using this during flower. Do you mix the 321 kind of how @Ocean stated above then add flower fuel?

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When i mix my jacks i do part a then epsom salts then silica recharge flower fuel any lind of additives go in after epsoms salts and part b gets mixed in last then i ph the water. Recharge only happens once every other week or so and usually give recharge on its own but from my understanding it is part a then epsom then whatever additives u add then part b last. Hope this helps. I know hellraiser does his mix differently

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Here is how I do it.

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The Banana Kush at 15 days above ground, looking like they are ready for a transplant.

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I’m watching if ya don’t care. Need all the knowledge I can get on this strain

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Getting some great growth especially the one in front and right! Looks like you don’t have to veg as long with jacks&coco to get your desired height before flipping, awesome!

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Did the transplants last night.

Prepping the intermediate pot, put some coco on the bottom of the 1 gal pot, place a cup and fill around it with coco, remove cup making a perfect size hole, sprinkle some myco in hole, and place the plant.

The plants had great roots holding the coco together to make for a trouble-free transplant.

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The Banana Kush plants today at day 16, looking fine after the transplant in their new 1 gal pots.

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Are those fabric pots your using able to be opened? It almost looks like the sides could be opened to make transplanting from those pots to bigger ones easier.

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Cool little pots

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@Hellraiser sweet pots how do you like them

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I like the way the look more open for air. Seems like they may be more durable and perhaps reusable. Looking nice.

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Those are Radicle bags, not really fabric, more of a mesh material and has a velcro opening for easily removing the plant, will see how easy they are to remove when time for next transplant.

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My first time using them but really like them so far. I like that they won’t grow mold on them like fabric pots do, specially when kept constantly moist with the coco. I also have some similar Rain Science 5 gal mesh bags that will be their next transplant, want to see which mesh bags ones I like better.

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Yes, very open compared to fabric bags. They do seem very durable, feels like metal wire mesh covered with plastic and should be highly reusable, just hose off and ready for next use.

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The openings on then is what caught my eye. If they can unzip and just go to a bigger size pot, nice.

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If I may ask. How far will you push the bspec?
The leaves are humongous. Very nice.

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