I haven’t grown for the last 6 years and now with our more relaxed laws I’ve been allowed by the missus to start growing for myself again, trying a new style of growing to me as I’m going after sexy long legged sativas with what I basically already had, I’m going to try with a bare bulb vertical setup in a 4x4 foot area with a 600 watt hps bulb and will compensate some additional light via florescent tubes on the outer perimeter during flowering.
Not planning on topping the plants as I’m doing too many at once for the space but I’m hoping I can keep it under control by flowering early.
Had a bad start with the seeds and killed a couple because it was cold and I over nurtured them. Here’s the numbers for the survivors.
Anesia seeds: Hawaiiana 3 X fem
2 X survived
Anesia seeds: Purple Thai 3 X fem
3 X survived
Ace seeds: Thai chi 5 X fem, lucky packet with 6 beans inside?
5 X survived
Cannabiogen: Destroyer 10 x reg
10 X survived
Broad leaf black Congo 5 X reg
5 X survived these I got these from a local supplier, spoke to him directly about their origins and I’m a bit skeptical but we will see, I only planted these because the Hawaiian snow beans passed away and I am interested to see what comes out of them.
GHS: Hawaiian snow 5 X fem
1 survived maybe it got the wilts after a few days but I cut it off and replanted it and now i"m starting to see slow new growth on the leaves, so we shall see if she survives
Just starting out so will keep things upto date and will hopefully find some good keeper plants. I’m keeping the destroyer seedlings in the smaller trays for a bit longer as I expect they will stretch quite a bit more than the others.
Here’s a group shot, nothing exciting going on yet, very early days
Two of the Destroyer seedlings had separated leaves on the first set of leaves, not something I’m familiar with so I will tag them separately to keep track in case it’s some sort of indicator to specific phenotypes.