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C99 x Blueberry Fast: Pheno Hunting & Comparison Grow Featuring Alaskan Purple

Chris Scorpio

Member of the Month: July 2018

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019
Here's my ladies today:









Had some fungus gnats hanging around, so I top-dressed all the pots with a grimey little mix of perlite & diatomaceous earth. Should clear em up pretty quick.

These ladies are on auto-pilot right now. Happy & healthy.
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Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019
little update for my alaskan purps
started her quadline 3 days ago, topped and removed designated nodes
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and then transplanted tonight into final pot
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21 days
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Home Sweet Home!
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Chris Scorpio

Member of the Month: July 2018
Wich quantum are you using? I want to get some but I'm not at all sure what size/wattage to get.
Kinda missed this bud

I have QB132 bds in this tent. Love these. Unlike the 288bds, these are lower watts so can get them under 12" from the plants, but still have the fantastic penetration to lower sites

I purchased 8, only using six now, but need to add the other two next grow

Biggest thing in diy QBs is the correct driver
These bds are 75w and 2000mA max, so gotta have a driver that can max these, or close
I use a hlg-320h-2100b... This will run 4bds at full blast if I want, also has the wired on dimmer, love those

Frame is just L angle aluminum from home Depot


Hope this helps
 

Chris Scorpio

Member of the Month: July 2018
There is some simple wireing also

If that's not yer deal, some good pre built setups available from the sponsor list here
 

Heavenly Hybrid

Well-Known Member
We’re at day 17 from flip over here. Still stretching, so I bumped up the lights and did some rearranging of the ladies for lighting headroom, in case I need to (probably) raise them again. My carbon filter is above one of my lights, so I can always do more rearranging if I need to, I just don’t want to!
Here’s the C99xBB ladies (except the back left, she’s a banana kush)
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I’m really looking forward to stretch being done, I have to fight the impulse to pull leaves every time I open the tent! The quadline - front, left, is the house shorty. I’ll prop her up higher soon so she can match the rest better.
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Some C99 buddage forming
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My Alaskan Purple is still vegging. It smells really nice, but so slow at growing. I’ll probably flip her in the next week or so.
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And my first ever clone :3:
A cutting from my quadline C99
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Pennywise

Member of the Year: 2017 - Member of the Month: Mar & Oct 2017, Aug 2018, May 2019 - Plant of the Month: Aug 2017

Heavenly Hybrid

Well-Known Member
How old is that clone? Was it just cut or already rooted? Either way, nice looking clone. Mine look a bit rough ATM, but they are all well rooted. They will come around.
Thanks guys! :thanks:
This one is rooted, in fact after this pic I took off the bottom node set. I tried to make several clones and this is the only one that took off. Funny enough, it’s the only one that I didn’t dip into dip n grow, or anything for that matter. I literally cut it and stuck it in the dirt. Quite luckily too, I had an extra soaked pellet so I dug it out of the bucket. Lol, looks like I have a compost baby too! :laugh2:
 

Bilbobudkin420

Well-Known Member
I'm really curious about ATA Tundra my friend!!

they 'll go OD together with the Cindyberries and I really hope to have an early harvest this year! :adore:

:Namaste:
Here's my ladies today:









Had some fungus gnats hanging around, so I top-dressed all the pots with a grimey little mix of perlite & diatomaceous earth. Should clear em up pretty quick.

These ladies are on auto-pilot right now. Happy & healthy.
:snowboating:
Yo am i right in thinking sand can help with fungus gnats when spread over the top like that?
 

Bilbobudkin420

Well-Known Member
The 2 youngesters are on the mend finally. The older 2 ive just bit the bullet n threw em in the flower room. I may take one out tommorow and put it outdoors, Im undecided on that though.
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