I have growing for a while always looking to learn how to improve, and because I did learn most of what I know from the internet I thought time is due to share a bit of my experience a what I gathered during my trips!
I travel quite a lot and was able to bring back home a few seeds from some places I liked: I have those seeds from Ghana for 8 years in the fridge so it will soon be time to pop them! I ran a few of those in winter a few years ago a they were looking quite similar to the one you can see on Cannabiogen picture, so I am eager to see what can come out of the remaining seeds, and hopefully be able to share some with you.
I am now finishing a run with some more recent US genetics :
Left is CannaRado / Nila Wafer
Center is Cannarado / Cookie Dough Sundae
Right is The Plug / Lots of Zkittlez.
It is now the start of W10, they could be staying there a bit longer but the leaves are starting to yellow , they are seeded ,I am running out of stash , and the next run is getting ready so they will be chopped very soon.
Next run is not going to be those Labadi Beach seeds, but first I want to check how I can handle those Sativa genetics indoor.
First try two years ago didn’t go so well : who thought you can reveg a Haze by up-potting them a couple weeks into flower
A few weeks ago I sowed 3 ACE Golden Tiger, and 3 Zamaldelica: I have now clones, the Zamadelica are sexed (one male has been discarded) but I am not exactly sure about the GTs, one is looking to be female but so far no sign of preflower on the two last ones, even on the remaining of the seed plants not used for clones I tossed in the flower cabinet!
The goal is to have about 9/12 clones to put in the tub to flower!
My goal being to be able to leave the grow unattenuated as much as as possible, I ended up tweaking a “Swedish” cabinet to my needs:
-LED for the heat management
-Blumat for auto-watering
-Water Only / Organic / Recycled to make it as autonomous as possible
Because of the size of the tub (120L) which I found a better solution than smaller containers for a living soil, and after seeing the vigor of the last grows I fear a little bit the stretch and hopefully I will get some help from you to go through it!
Next I will go through the cabinet itself, the re-amendment of the tub and the new clones!