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Appleberry & BabyBoom Autos: Meds In LOS

stoneotter

Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
:circle-of-love:
Welcome!
I hope to grow these Indica leaners for our comfort and joy.
So come for a visit and ask about anything at all.
Or fly by in stealth mode. It's all good!
We have an indica leaning tentload of medicine.
It's not just a plant!
It's our
Medicine!
:party:





Hi, I have 2 Appleberry Autos (Kannabia) and 2 BabyBoom Autos (Sumo) started and are 22 days old today.
The Appleberry is written up by Sumo:
Sumo Seeds' Appleberry Description

Logo Sumo SeedsSumo Seeds AppleberryWe happy and proud to announce our high yielding Appleberry cannabis strain. With monstrous yields and fruity buds makes it a popular cannabis strain for Indica lovers. Smoking this strain will give you a long-lasting body stoned feeling with euphoric happiness all around. It’s a very stable strain and therefore easy to clone. We Crossbred our Dynamite ( Super Skunk x White Widow) with a highly potent Bubblicious ( Mexican, Columbian and Afghani genetics) which produced the Dynalicious. To further stabilize this strain we crossbred it with our White Widow Original. The Asian and South-American heritage of the Dynamite combined with the Mexican Sativa, Indiana bubblegum and Afghani genetics of the bubblicious makes it a favorite among growers for its sweet fruity taste and big yields. We noticed a slight apple, berrylike flavor hence the name appleberry.
It’s a very homogenous strain with little variations between the phenotypes. 1 phenotype is compact and short another phenotype noticed has a slightly more sativa look with more stretched plants. You can use the appleberry cannabis seeds for growing in a “SOG” or “SCROG”. You can either grow the Appleberry indoors or outdoors in both cases it will grow into a beast!

Type: 75% indica 25% sativa
Genetic Background: Dynalicious X White Widow Original
Flowering time: 8/9,5 weeks
Harvest month: march-October
Height Indoor: 110-130 cm
Height Outdoor: 140 – 180 cm
Yield Indoor: 400-500 g/m2
Yield Outdoor: 600 - 750 gr
Effect: longlasting narcotic bodystoner
taste: Fruity/sweet, flowery
THC: high
CBD: medium
Cannabis cups: 1st place Highlife cup Amsterdam 2016. Categorie: BIO

Flowering time and appearance:
The Appleberry is ready to harvest between 8 and 9,5 weeks due to its Indica dominance. Outside its ready to harvest in the end of September or early October. In the southern countries even a bit earlier.
The buds of the Appleberry are compact and heavy and fully covered with white crystals and they have many orange to brownish hairs. Her appearance is one to remember, one gigantic main bud with numerous impressive side buds. One of the better producing cannabis plants available.

Yield indoor/outdoor
One of our best yielding strains. You can easily harvest a monstrous yield between 400-500m2 indoors. It’s a pleasure to watch it grow into a high yield monster! Outdoor growers can count on a whopping 600-750 grams per plant if grown in sunny areas. Buds are really dense so keep the moisture as low as possible.

Effect |THC | CBD
Happy euphoric strain with a long-lasting body stoned effect. A great cannabis strain to use as a pain relief.
A really high THC producer and because of her Indica parents a higher level of CBD than other sativa strains.

Taste and odor
We called her Appleberry because of its fruity flavor. We recommend when growing indoor using some odor control because of her very potent smell.



The other, BabyBoom, is written up like this:

DESCRIPTION: BABYBOOM
Intense shades of purple, blue and green define this small but lethal indica variety. With a tapestry of flavours ranging from pine and earth to sweet and sour plum jam, Baby Boom has a strong combination of both cerebral relaxation and couch lock (especially if you don’t keep moving).
Like most autoflowering varieties, this strain is easy to grow and prefers light, low release fertilization and is mould, pest and disease resistant.
FEATURES

TECHNICAL INFO

Seed type:
Autoflowering
Genotype:
Northern Lights x Blueberry x Ruderalis
Species:
Indica dominant hybrid
CBD:
<0,5 %
THC:
18,7 %
Analysis
Analysis Baby Boom Auto
INDOOR
Photoperiod:
18-20 hours
Flowering cycle:
55-60 days
Average height:
80-110 cm
Yield:
500 gr/m2
OUTDOOR

Plant from:
March - October
Average height:
80-150 cm
Yield:
200 gr/plant




They have been pretty happy so far being fostered in the 4 x 4. Now they have a forever home in the Mars tent under the TSW2000.
Here they sit this morning happy as clams making roots in some first run LOS soil ala The Rev's recipe v2.2. I'll be making aacts (actively aerated compost teas) and substituting Real Growers Recharge along with calmag when needed and Terpinator. RO water.
Here's how they look.



 

Ganjagrandaddy

Well-Known Member
:circle-of-love:
Welcome!
I hope to grow these Indica leaners for our comfort and joy.
So come for a visit and ask about anything at all.
Or fly by in stealth mode. It's all good!
We have an indica leaning tentload of medicine.
It's not just a plant!
It's our
Medicine!
:party:





Hi, I have 2 Appleberry Autos (Kannabia) and 2 BabyBoom Autos (Sumo) started and are 22 days old today.
The Appleberry is written up by Sumo:
Sumo Seeds' Appleberry Description

Logo Sumo SeedsSumo Seeds AppleberryWe happy and proud to announce our high yielding Appleberry cannabis strain. With monstrous yields and fruity buds makes it a popular cannabis strain for Indica lovers. Smoking this strain will give you a long-lasting body stoned feeling with euphoric happiness all around. It’s a very stable strain and therefore easy to clone. We Crossbred our Dynamite ( Super Skunk x White Widow) with a highly potent Bubblicious ( Mexican, Columbian and Afghani genetics) which produced the Dynalicious. To further stabilize this strain we crossbred it with our White Widow Original. The Asian and South-American heritage of the Dynamite combined with the Mexican Sativa, Indiana bubblegum and Afghani genetics of the bubblicious makes it a favorite among growers for its sweet fruity taste and big yields. We noticed a slight apple, berrylike flavor hence the name appleberry.
It’s a very homogenous strain with little variations between the phenotypes. 1 phenotype is compact and short another phenotype noticed has a slightly more sativa look with more stretched plants. You can use the appleberry cannabis seeds for growing in a “SOG” or “SCROG”. You can either grow the Appleberry indoors or outdoors in both cases it will grow into a beast!

Type: 75% indica 25% sativa
Genetic Background: Dynalicious X White Widow Original
Flowering time: 8/9,5 weeks
Harvest month: march-October
Height Indoor: 110-130 cm
Height Outdoor: 140 – 180 cm
Yield Indoor: 400-500 g/m2
Yield Outdoor: 600 - 750 gr
Effect: longlasting narcotic bodystoner
taste: Fruity/sweet, flowery
THC: high
CBD: medium
Cannabis cups: 1st place Highlife cup Amsterdam 2016. Categorie: BIO

Flowering time and appearance:
The Appleberry is ready to harvest between 8 and 9,5 weeks due to its Indica dominance. Outside its ready to harvest in the end of September or early October. In the southern countries even a bit earlier.
The buds of the Appleberry are compact and heavy and fully covered with white crystals and they have many orange to brownish hairs. Her appearance is one to remember, one gigantic main bud with numerous impressive side buds. One of the better producing cannabis plants available.

Yield indoor/outdoor
One of our best yielding strains. You can easily harvest a monstrous yield between 400-500m2 indoors. It’s a pleasure to watch it grow into a high yield monster! Outdoor growers can count on a whopping 600-750 grams per plant if grown in sunny areas. Buds are really dense so keep the moisture as low as possible.

Effect |THC | CBD
Happy euphoric strain with a long-lasting body stoned effect. A great cannabis strain to use as a pain relief.
A really high THC producer and because of her Indica parents a higher level of CBD than other sativa strains.

Taste and odor
We called her Appleberry because of its fruity flavor. We recommend when growing indoor using some odor control because of her very potent smell.



The other, BabyBoom, is written up like this:

DESCRIPTION: BABYBOOM
Intense shades of purple, blue and green define this small but lethal indica variety. With a tapestry of flavours ranging from pine and earth to sweet and sour plum jam, Baby Boom has a strong combination of both cerebral relaxation and couch lock (especially if you don’t keep moving).
Like most autoflowering varieties, this strain is easy to grow and prefers light, low release fertilization and is mould, pest and disease resistant.
FEATURES

TECHNICAL INFO

Seed type:
Autoflowering
Genotype:
Northern Lights x Blueberry x Ruderalis
Species:
Indica dominant hybrid
CBD:
<0,5 %
THC:
18,7 %
Analysis
Analysis Baby Boom Auto
INDOOR
Photoperiod:
18-20 hours
Flowering cycle:
55-60 days
Average height:
80-110 cm
Yield:
500 gr/m2
OUTDOOR

Plant from:
March - October
Average height:
80-150 cm
Yield:
200 gr/plant




They have been pretty happy so far being fostered in the 4 x 4. Now they have a forever home in the Mars tent under the TSW2000.
Here they sit this morning happy as clams making roots in some first run LOS soil ala The Rev's recipe v2.2. I'll be making aacts (actively aerated compost teas) and substituting Real Growers Recharge along with calmag when needed and Terpinator. RO water.
Here's how they look.



Jumped.in No 1. yay. nice start and they sound very "medicinal" lol
I am astounded by Living organics and the amendments sound on the Money fornyour too. I use the ecothrive ( uk company) soil for life and charge , life-cycle ( google this stuff mate , it is amazing for living organic growing) and also use a tea that just needs water adding and no brewing called Biosys. all by ecothrive. absolutely blown away by their progress and even putting the Mega crop to shame now. Twice the size of their comparison coco pots and the pots themselves are teeming with a cover layer of vermicompost now they are active. Brilliant move , well done. I was reading that thick bark can be a bit too harsh on leeching nitrogen as it breaks down. I went for animal straw bedding as an alternative as it breaks down quickly and doesnt leech anything. Rhe big bark chips take a very long time to break down too. All my leaf matter gets ripped up ans dropped on top too. No more waste at all.
Settling down in my seat for this one with you stone. happy days. great start
 

Ganjagrandaddy

Well-Known Member
Jumped.in No 1. yay. nice start and they sound very "medicinal" lol
I am astounded by Living organics and the amendments sound on the Money fornyour too. I use the ecothrive ( uk company) soil for life and charge , life-cycle ( google this stuff mate , it is amazing for living organic growing) and also use a tea that just needs water adding and no brewing called Biosys. all by ecothrive. absolutely blown away by their progress and even putting the Mega crop to shame now. Twice the size of their comparison coco pots and the pots themselves are teeming with a cover layer of vermicompost now they are active. Brilliant move , well done. I was reading that thick bark can be a bit too harsh on leeching nitrogen as it breaks down. I went for animal straw bedding as an alternative as it breaks down quickly and doesnt leech anything. Rhe big bark chips take a very long time to break down too. All my leaf matter gets ripped up ans dropped on top too. No more waste at all.
Settling down in my seat for this one with you stone. happy days. great start
damnit pc. I took too long writing. lol. least we are getting no riff raff yet !!. lol
 

stoneotter

Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019
Im in :popcorn: #1 I don't believe it this should be fun. Great choices
You're #1! You're #1! Sweet!
I’m onboard until the smoke report.
60 or 70 days away likely cr8. A hiccup in time.
damnit pc. I took too long writing. lol. least we are getting no riff raff yet !!. lol
No riff raff? I know a guy, hang on.
:cheer: I’m in!
Hey Heavenly! I'm glad!
Jumped.in No 1. yay. nice start and they sound very "medicinal" lol
I am astounded by Living organics and the amendments sound on the Money fornyour too. I use the ecothrive ( uk company) soil for life and charge , life-cycle ( google this stuff mate , it is amazing for living organic growing) and also use a tea that just needs water adding and no brewing called Biosys. all by ecothrive. absolutely blown away by their progress and even putting the Mega crop to shame now. Twice the size of their comparison coco pots and the pots themselves are teeming with a cover layer of vermicompost now they are active. Brilliant move , well done. I was reading that thick bark can be a bit too harsh on leeching nitrogen as it breaks down. I went for animal straw bedding as an alternative as it breaks down quickly and doesnt leech anything. Rhe big bark chips take a very long time to break down too. All my leaf matter gets ripped up ans dropped on top too. No more waste at all.
Settling down in my seat for this one with you stone. happy days. great start
Thanks for the bark heads up GG! I
ll have to check things out. The other info too! I'm always shopping for better ways to get things done. Checking the Biosys now. $55 usd for 250 g. On Ebay. Kind of steep. Looks good though.
 

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
Made it!
:ciao:

:48:
 

stoneotter

Member of the Month: July 2019 - Grow Journal of the Month: November 2019

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
Still can't lift anything though!
I'd gladly fly out to help you schlep for awhile.
:thumb:

(I can write it off as volunteer work for the elderly)
:19::19::19::19:
 
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