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Falstaffo's World Of Green, The 2nd Coming, Photos, Autos, Quantums & Quadlines!

Pennywise

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

falstaffo

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pebbles and bubbles bounced back great,
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now that the lower nodes are removed id ideally prefer the remaining nodes be closer to the top of the coco, i think i might transplant them tomorrow... give them a day or so, then start tying down.
otherwise al good
blue is still a freak hehe
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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

falstaffo

Well-Known Member
Update...
day 21 - transplant day
prepped some coco today
ph’d water @ 5.8 using apple cider vinegar
the coco has bat guava and michorizzae and is recommended to prep with phd water only to begin for this reason,
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before
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holes prepped
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bubbles first
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pebbles next
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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

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019
I'm sure they will love their new homes!
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falstaffo

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Transplants went well it looks like.
yep my first time from plastic pots, i transplanted one of my gas from a 10l fabric to a 30l one like in this instance previously.
was easy, flipped em over, little squeeze at the bottom and popped right out. straight in, buried the stem a bit, i am sure this helped the monster fat trunk that gas too, i know roota grow out from the trunk once buried right? or so i read.. and the trunk ended up fatttt as ffff on her lol
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this image was maybe 5 weeks ago or 6, maybe more had to scroll a long way lol i could sit a 50mm wide roll of ducktape inside that trunks thickness at that point, its even fatter now lol
 

falstaffo

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another update
started the training tonight,
pebbles
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bubbles
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nicely done if i may say so myself..

also
letty
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started her lst..

and lastly
subs is another little webbed freak...
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god knows what she is haha
2 special cases in this grow then... watch em be beasts!!
 

falstaffo

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ok so must be day 32 for pebs and bubs

theyre too strong for wire
and not big enough for the pipe cleaners yet
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so picked up some of these

pebbles (ap)
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bubbles (bb)
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both looking good, growing, still under rhe floodlights.. started harvesting the girls under the qb meant for here, it will come ina week..

subs (uknown strain) 24 days
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started the quadline
a couple days and transplant for her
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letty (2f2v) 24 days
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fluffing up nicely here

and little quasiblue
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23 days above ground

still a cool bean

happy and healthy from what i can tell deformaties aside lol
all good in the hood
 

falstaffo

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day 34 pebs and bubs
daily training atm, they got their grow on
pebs
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bubs
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i like this training method, keeps it neat, neater than mainlining i think
the main arms have naturally grown with a slight enough twist that i can clamp down slightly above the 2nd from top nodes’ fan leaves to turn what would be 1 node above and below into exposing both to the sides to grow up as with the node below and the new one..
you can kinda see it in the pics..

subs day 26
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new main arms coming through...
maybe uppot her tomorrow.
might just put her in a 10l fabric pot instead of a larger one as she may be he yet lol
 
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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

falstaffo

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letty day 26
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again a little training tonight to expose the lower growths and pull them to position

if you zoom in the first pic of letty and look at the top fan leaves in view their is a slight fading of colour to yellow in patches forming around, does she need more food?

and quasiblue
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still looking beautifulllll

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there we are coming along nicely

and for good measure
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some frostyness from the other room lol
 
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