Jack Herer and homegrown bag seed

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I Just finished up my first indoor auto grow and thought I’d go ahead and start up a new grow journal for my second. . I’m growing 3 jack herers and 2 plants from home-grown bag seed. Going into week two. Growing in organic soil/perlite/nature’s living super soil. Lights are a combo of 1 phlizon ph-2000, one Mars Ts-1000, and two cob/bloom lights. Total wattage pull is 600 actual watts.
The three jack herers are looking great, along with one of the bag seed plants. The last one I’m callin Frankenstein, as it’s a pretty rough looking mess lol.
Lookin forward to sharing :+1:

(Legal Med Grow NFSOT) :+1:

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Congrats on the first grow and good luck on the next! I will follow along sinceI’m not growing anything until next year

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I heard the philizon lights are awesome. Im shopping for new lights atm.
Btw, did u use cardboard for the name tags ?

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ThNks y’all. Should be a fun grow. I had great results with the phlizon linear series ph-2000. Here are a couple pics from last grow.

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Looks fire man. Pro!
I mentioned the card board name tags, because I wanted to warn u. Moist cardboard is one of the most inviting environments for aphids and mites and their eggs. Just an fyi. I had to learn it too, but caught it early that time thankfully

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Thank ya, I’ve added a TS-1000 to the mix this round too, should be good to go on light. Oh, the tags are plastic, came with the 5 gal pots. I just duct tape over em with new strain :+1:

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The fem Jack Herers are looking great. Very thick stems on these gals. One of the bag seed plants (Frankenstein) died. The remaining bag seed plant is super healthy, hopefully it’ll be a girl. Will update once we get some new growth

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Week 3
Topped, Trimmed, and Bent Over. Now the Fun Begins! :grin:

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Got a little crazy with the LST and snapped the main

stalk on this one (it happens lol) recovering pretty nice tho , I usually tape em back together if this happens, but couldn’t where this one broke. She’s gonna be a
“Low-Ry-Da” :grin:

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Yup, what doesn’t kill them, makes them stronger LOL

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Done training em for a bit, Gonna let em heal up and have have some peace and quiet :+1:

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4 weeks, just flipped em to 12/12, gotta keep an eye on the bag seed plant, cross yer fingers and hope for a girl :grin:

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Week 5
(HAPPY THANKSGIVING!)
Well, the bag seed plant grew nanners and nuts, so he went into the wood stove.
Down to the three very healthy Jack Herers. Starting their pre-flower stretch. Should get a lot of vertical growth over the next couple weeks.

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Ps- still haven’t added any additional nutes, just the nature’s living soil so far. I do have fox farm nutes on stand by :grin:

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Happy (late) Thanksgiving! Sorry to hear about the bag seed :frowning: I think you have like an 88% chance they will be male but fun waiting to see and hope! That living soil should take you well into bloom then just make sure to go right to the flowering nutes. They are looking good!

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Thank ya! Yeah, these are some really hardy plants. First time I’ve grown the jack herer. Good to hear on the nutes, that’s what I’m hoping for :+1:

Starting to fill out a bit

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Cool! Little button flowers… I love that time :slight_smile:

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Yep here comes the fun part :+1:

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