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ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400W -2015

ISEARCH56

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Greetings to all @ :420: and :welcome: to my 3rd and 4th Harvest


I want to Thank KingJohnC for guiding with my 1st, 2nd Harvest and helping me with the purchase of the majority of my equipment
:high-five: + Reps ....... :48:


I want to Thank the first Grower I saw using Grow Cubes, AfricanGrower Thank you ....:high-five: + Reps ....... :48:
for sharing your grow and knowledge with us @ :420:



I want to Thank the Grower with the Journal that helped me to Think Different and Changed the way I was looking at growing
Thank You :adore: to TheCapn for sharing your grow and knowledge of growing in "Croutons" with us @ :420:
:high-five: + Reps ....... :48:


I CAN HONESTLY SAY THAT :420: + KingJohnC, AfricanGrower AND TheCapn HAVE MADE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN MY LIFE AND IN MY GARDEN, MY FAMILY AND I APPRECIATE YOU AND YOUR TIME.......:Namaste:


I will ReStock the tables with the same Strains.....:rollit:


What strain is it?

Centennial Seeds & Their Info
The Dakini Kush~ hybrid, 100% Indica ~ Classic Hindu Kush genetics
Cross Info: Pre98BK x Hindu Kush
Big complex flavor and fragrance with a powerful Indica effect.
Flowering Time: 9-10 weeks


Waipi’o Hapa ~ Hawaiian heirloom variety
Cross info: mostly Sativa
Fast finishing Sativa
Flowering Time: 8 – 9 weeks


KCJones– Clones given to me.
Sativa 80 / Indica 20
Origins: Trainwreck x Thai x East Coast Sour Diesel
Flowering: 56-63 days


Is it in Veg or Flower stage? Flowering, The Dakini Kush & Waipi’o Hapa are in Day 9 of Flushing @ 3-24-15

The KCJones are in Flowering Day 45 @ 3-24-15

1 Dakini Kush in Flowering Day 39 @ 3-24-15



Indoor or outdoor? Indoor in a 12 x 12 room with 4 - 4'x4' flood trays

The first table has a 75 gallon Reservoir

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The second table has a 35 gal. Plastic Pond Liner under each 4'x4' Flood Tray

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Link-Beckett 35 gal. Plastic Pond Liner

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Each Reservoir has it's own air stone, the pump is a bit loud and I can feel the vibration because of the way it's mounted on the wall.......My Wife doesn't mind at the moment so it's ok, but it bubbles A LOT! It provides ample air for 7 reservoirs. I have 2 air stones in the 75 gallon reservoir

CNZ® Commercial Air Pump - 10 Outlets - 85 Liters per Minute - 105 Watts

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EcoPlus Digital Thermometer & Hygrometer with Remote Sensor. Large screen digital readout. Wireless sensor transmits up to 50 feet. Expandable to accept 2 additional sensors. Waterproof casing is chemical and UV resistant.

I have it hanging in the middle of the room

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The Temp- a hour after the lights come on, it's morning and it's cold outside as the day gets warmer the Temp will go up
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I reset the monitor when the lights come on and when the lights go off that way I can check the room's MAX-TEMP & MAX-RH and the room's MIN-TEMP & MIN-RH

This is the Temp 40 Min after the lights came on, but the room door was closed and that's why the Temp is so Hi in the morning

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This is the lowest Temp during lights off, I do have a space heater on a timer to prevent the Temp from getting too low
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The Veg Room

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The Temp 2 hours after lights on

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This is the High Temp when the lights were off

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This is the Low Temp when the lights were off

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I bought 2 additional sensors and I recommend them

Link-Grower's Edge Wireless Remote Sensor

Soil or Hydro? Hydro – I use Grodan’s Grow Cube :cheer:..CROUTONS..:cheer:..CROUTONS..:cheer:..CROUTONS..:cheer:

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Bucket Size - Hydrofarm Pot with Mesh Bottom 12-inch= 5 gallons

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Size of light? 4x Lumatek Air-Cooled Electronic Ballast, 1000-watt, Although I use the Super Lumens feature

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Is it aircooled? Yes, 4 Hydro Crunch Hydroponic 6" Cool Tube Reflector W/XL Wing but I’m not in use the cool tube at the moment

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Lights - (4) Ultra Sun HPS 1000 watt 1000w 901531 High Pressure Sodium Lamps

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I’m using a portable AC 14,000 BTU with the inline fan pulling all the hot air out a window in the rear of the house- back yard, if it gets hot passed 80° Fahrenheit you can smell the BUD a little, I'm in the attic, so I'm high off the ground.

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VenTech IF6 6" Inline Duct Fan 440 CFM

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I also have a Hydrofarm ACF16 16-Inch Active Air Wall Mounted Fan

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Temp of Room/cab? 74°-78° Fahrenheit

RH of Room/cab? 40%-55% humidity

PH of media or res? pH 5.6-5.8

Any Pests ? Nats here and there

How often are you watering? Watering 3 times a day flood & drain

Type and strength of ferts used? I use Advanced Nutrients Jungle Juice 3 part,

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For nutrient strength I use (The Old Advanced Nutrients calculator- I start with Plus Program Bloom- Light Feeding or Plus Program Bloom- Moderately Light Feeding) depending on the size/age of the plant

Link-Advanced Nutrients' Old Nutrient Calculator

Advanced Nutrients Liquid Carboload

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Botanicare AquaShield

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Botanicare CAL-MAG Plus

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Botanicare Pure Blend Tea Soluble Compost Tea Solution

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General Hydroponics Dry KoolBloom

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1-17-15 - Day 1 of Flowering for – 4 Dakini Kush & 3 Waipi’o Hapa Total 7 Plants

55 gallons in a 75 gallon reservoir

AquaShield 220 ML

Jungle Juice Micro, Grow & Bloom 200 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea

PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm @ 614


1-25-15 - Day 9 of Flowering Day for - 4 Dakini Kush & 3 Waipi’o Hapa Total 7 Plants


65 gallons in a 75 gallon reservoir

AquaShield 260 ML


Jungle Juice Micro, Grow & Bloom 235 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea 325 ML

KoolBloom 6 TBS

PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm @ 900



2-7-15 - Day 22 of Flowering Day for - 4 Dakini Kush & 3 Waipi’o Hapa Total 7 Plants

65 gallons in a 75 gallon reservoir

AquaShield 200 ML

CAL-MAG Plus 200 ML

Jungle Juice Micro, Grow & Bloom 270 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea 400 ML

KoolBloom 6 TBS

PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm @ 994


2-17-15 – Day 32 of Flowering Day for - 4 Dakini Kush & 3 Waipi’o Hapa Total 7 Plants

30 gallons in the 75 gallon reservoir, so I added seven 5 gallon bucket to complete 65 gallons, each bucket has the following from, The Old Advanced Nutrients calculator

Wk 3 of Plus Program Bloom- Medium Feeding

AquaShield 20 ML

CAL-MAG Plus 25 ML

Jungle Juice Micro & Grow 26.5 ML

Jungle Juice Bloom 57 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea 25 ML

Liquid Carboload 40ML

PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm I forgot to write down the ppm



3-4-15 – Day 47 of Flowering Day for – 4 Dakini Kush & 3 Waipi’o Hapa Total 7 Plants

65 gallons in a 75 gallon reservoir

The following is from The Old Advanced Nutrients calculator

Jungle Juice Micro & Grow 400 ML

Jungle Juice Bloom 550 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea 325 ML

KoolBloom 6 TBS

PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm I forgot to write down the ppm



3-16-15 Day 59 of Flowering and Day 1 of Flushing for - 4 Dakini Kush & 3 Waipi’o Hapa Total 7 Plants

65 gallons in a 75 gallon reservoir

I'm flushing 3 times day for 17 min

Botanicare Clearex 650 ML

PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm


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ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

2-8-15 Day 1 of Flowering for - KCJones- 12 Plants, 6 in a 4'x4' flood tray with a 35 gallon reservoir for each flood tray and the following is for each reservoir

AquaShielD 105 ML

CAL-MAG Plus 105 ML

Jungle Juice Micro, Grow & Bloom130 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea 175 ML

KoolBloom 3 TBS

Flood tray #3 PH adjusted to 5.5 ppm @ 777

Flood tray #4 PH adjusted to 5.5 ppm @ 778



3-4-15 Day 25 of Flowering - KCJones- 12 Plants, Six to a 4’x4’ Flood Tray each with its own 35 Gallon reservoir and air stone

The following is for each 35 Gallon reservoir

AquaShielD 105 ML

CAL-MAG Plus 125 ML

Jungle Juice Micro & Grow 225 ML

Jungle Juice Bloom 325 ML

Botanicare Pure Blend Tea 175 ML

Liquid Carboload 280 ML

KoolBloom 1 TBS

I forgot to write down the PH & ppm



3-16-15 Day 45 of Flowering - KCJones- 12 Plants, Six to a 4’x4’ Flood Tray each with its own 35 Gallon reservoir and air stone

The following is for each 35 Gallon reservoir

CAL-MAG Plus 125 ML

Jungle Juice Micro & Grow 200 ML

Jungle Juice Bloom 300 ML

Liquid Carboload 280 ML

KoolBloom 3 TBS

Flood tray #3 PH adjusted to 5.6 ppm @ 1750

Flood tray #4 PH adjusted to 5.5 ppm @ 1600



In between the change of nutrients and cleaning of the reservoir, I added 2 or 3-five Gallon buckets of nutrients to each of the reservoirs, I didn't want to just add water to top off, because it dilutes the nutrients too much, so I divided the amount of milliliters by 35 and then I multiplied the answer by 5, that way I know how much nutrients to add per 5 Gallon bucket, I’ll use the measurements from above as an EXAMPLE…….

CAL-MAG Plus 125 ML (125/35=3.57143) (3.57143x5=17.8715) = 17.5 ML per 5 gallon bucket

Jungle Juice Micro & Grow 200 ML (200/35=5.71429) (5.71429x5=28.57145) = 28.5 ML per 5 gallon bucket

Jungle Juice Bloom 300 ML (300/35=8.57143) (8.57143x5=42.85715) = 42.5 ML 5 gallon bucket

Liquid Carboload 280 ML (280/35=8) (8x5=40) = 40ML

KoolBloom 3 TBS (3TBS= 9 Tsp) (9Tsp= 133.081ML) (133.081/35=3.80231) (3.80231x5=19.01155) = 19ML of Dry

KoolBloom per 5 Gallon bucket

I always try to adjust the PH to 5.6 - 5.8, if I get 5.5 its fine anything lower is unacceptable, if I get 5.9 its fine anything over is unacceptable for me. PH @ 5.6 is what I look for but if I go a little over or under 5.6 is ok, I just don't want to keep adding PH up or PH down in search for magic!
 

ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

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4 Dakini Kush In Croutons
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The Veg Room
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The Second Flower Room that I'm working on
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KCJones
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THANK YOU, KJC FOR ALL THE HELP AND THE TIME YOU'VE INVESTED IN MY LEARNING!!!!!!:high-five:+ REPS......:48:
I'm able to do what I do, because of .......:420:
You and what I've learned from :21:........ :reading420magazine:..... .:nomo:......... :popcorn: TheCapn


GREENEST REGARDS
ISEARCH56
 

ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

Greeting to all @:420:

I'm trying to put together a more informative and detailed Journal, it's hard since I do everything by myself for now. I rather post whatever I can to keep it as current as possible. That means lots of pictures and not too much writing????

All 4 Dakini Kush plants are from the same seed ( #6 out of 7 ) that I germinated using TheCapn's technique.

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Dakini Kush #6-1
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Dakini Kush #6-1 & 6-2
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Dakini Kush #6-3
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Dakini Kush #6-4
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Dakini Kush #6-4
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Dakini Kush #6-2
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Dakini Kush #6-2
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ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

I was trying to add the link to TheCapn's blog page and I wasn't able to for some reason, so I recreated it / re-posted it :3:
I had great success with the technique, so I saved the page to my laptop....:3:

I want to say thank you to all @ :420: for making it possible for me to Start Learning the Science of Cannabis Cultivation..:Namaste:

And Thanks you to TheCapn for sharing his technique with us @ :420:



The Capn's Grow
Fastest and most successful way to Germinate Seeds
By TheCapn


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Q. Hey Capn, I just spent $100 on seeds. 2 of them didn't germinate, and the other took a week to pop up, and now they look like hell. Should I scratch the beans on sandpaper to help them crack? What's the best way to germinate seeds?

A. starting seeds seems like a basic thing, but it must be done carefully for best success. I see people struggle with it again and again. I've popped a bean or two, so let's see how it's done.

Note: It doesn't matter if you're growing in dirt, coco, outdoors hydroton, this method works for all.

What's this? An 11 pack of serious bubble gum? The same bubble gum that has won 8 awards in 4 different cannabis cups? Old school genetics are the best! Oh yeah!

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1. In a pitcher or gallon jug, start with 1/2 gallon of RO or distilled water. Add 3-4 ml of General Hydroponics Florablend, and 5ml aquashield. This should put your PH to 5.8 to 6.2. If it's still a bit high, add a few more drops of florablend to lower the ph a bit more. Try NOT to use PH adjusters unless necessary. Put the 1.5" rockwool cubes in the water, after it's mixed up.

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2. Get two paper towels and fold them in 1/2 until it's about the size of your wallet. Soak the paper towel in the water (you just mixed up) and then open it and spread the seeds around; don't put them in the crease. Put your dripping wet seed sandwich in a ziplock bag with a bit of air. Put the bag on something SLIGHTLY warm, like your internet router. It should feel just slightly warm to your hand. Don't cook them! If you don't use heat, it will take much longer.

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3. After 24 hours, you can peek at your seeds and a few of them may be popped open with tails sticking out. After 40 hours, it should look like this. All 11 seeds germinated and look great. If yours don't look this far along, let them go another 24 hours.

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4. Slide the "wrap" most of the way off a rockwool cube. Rip part of the rockwool cube in 1/2, and then put the bean in, tail pointing down:

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5. Pull the wrap back on the cube.

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6. Put your cubes in a humidome tray. These are available at any garden or home store. Now we have 11 happy seeds ready to pop out their cotyledon leaves.

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7. Put your dome on. Put the entire tray on a seed heating mat. If you don't have one, you can use a heating pad, with a towel on it, or put them back on your internet router. Again, the warmth will speed them along. Trust me on this!

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8. Another 24 hours later (72 hours total) we see some cotyledons popping out of the cubes. Once the majority of the seeds are popped out, take the dome off. Keep the tray on the heating mat, in a humid place (60-80% humidity). You can also prop the humidome off the tray with spacers, to keep it humid but not too wet.

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If it is too wet in the dome, your stems may "damp off". That means the stem gets bacteria, rots, and your seedling dies. The Florablend and aquashield help protect against this, just make sure they are not swimming.

That was easy, right? The main reason people mess this up, is because they try too hard. Don't scratch your seeds first, don't add a ton of nutrients. Do exactly as I did above and you should have the same results.

We will check in with our babies in a couple days. Thanks for reading.

Another 48 hours goes by. On the 5th day we have 11 happy seedlings. 11 seeds, 11 seedlings. The slowest seed took 4 days to fully break the surface and open it's leaves. I took some of my 500ppm water I use for my veg plants and I diluted it down to 150ppm, added a little aqua shield and watered them.

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On the sixth day, I soaked some gro cubes in some 150ppm 5.8 water and then took the wrap off the blocks and planted them into little planters. They will stay in these for a couple weeks, or until they get root bound.

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This will be my last update to the seed germination blog post. I'll leave you with a few last tips for seed germinating:

1. Always wash your hands and any equipment you're working with before handling seeds or seedlings, pots, etc.

2. Use the paper towel method as I described above, it really works.

3. Use heat as I pointed out above. Here, I have 11 of 11 happy seedlings in just 4-5 days. Without using heat, I've had them take twice as long.

4. Use beneficial bacteria from the beginning, even if it's just aquashield. Establishing beneficials early is important for vigor and growth rates.

5. If you want to get crazy and experiment, don't do it with $10 seeds. Follow the guide above and you'll do great. 100% success and all an inch+ tall after 4-5 days is rapid. I doubt you'll find a different way that does it faster anyway!

6. If the seedlings are doing well, On the first day of the 2nd week, I go to 250ppm, then the 3rd week, 350, 4th 450, etc topping out at 600 in veg.

Good luck with your seeds!
 

ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

It seems like yesterday

How's the germ process coming along?:50:

TheCapn IS "THE CAPTAIN" >>>>>:laugh:


I DON'T KNOW WHO GAVE TheCapn THAT TITLE:50:

BUT THAT PERSON SHOULD GET SOME REPS :48: . :laugh: . :laugh: . . :16: . . :19: . . :19: . . :19:

AN ENTIRE BAG OF CROUTONS WORTH OF REPS TO TheCapn :48:

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I THINK THAT IF I DIDN'T DOUBLE THE BOTTOM TRAY ALL OF THE SEEDS WOULD OF POPPED. . . THANK YOU Capn . . . . :thumb:


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I !@#$%^&*()_+ LOST THE REST OF THE PICS WITH THE (DAKINI KUSH) SEEDS


TheCapn's TECHNIQUEGOT ME 3 OUT OF 7 (WaipiO' Hapa) AND 6 OUT OF 7 (DAkini Kush) IN 48 HOURS. . .. . :party:

ALL 9 OF THE POPPED BEANS ARE IN THE FAKE TRAY . . . . :laugh:
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I'M PRAYING THAT THE 6 HOLES THAT MY BUDDY MADE ON BOTH SIDE OF THE FAKE TRAY WORKS . . . :laugh:

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THE CUTTING ARE DOING GREAT IN THE LIVING ROOM. . . . :laugh:

 

ISEARCH56

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Greeting to all @ :420:

Dakini Kush#6-1,2,3,4

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ISEARCH56

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Dakini Kush#6-1,2,3,4

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ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

Thank You MR. Richard Richardson... and ..:high-five: for noticing my progress + REP .. :48: for your advice......:rollit:

I'm just letting them GROW.........:Namaste:


It seems like you already have the ideas .

I only have questions.

For example:

Why?

What?

and

Where?

Wait, I have one idea....

...Just let her grow :idea:
 

ISEARCH56

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Dakini Kush#6 -1,2,3,4

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ISEARCH56

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400w-2

This is The Waipi'o Hapa, I'm not going to ReStock Table#2 with this Stain, it's a Sativa that is 8-9 weeks
but the " Sugar level / Trichomes was low compare to The Dakini Kush, So its Discontinue....:3:

Waipi'o Hapa

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ISEARCH56

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The KCJones...:3:

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ISEARCH56

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KCJones

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ISEARCH56

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KCJones

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ISEARCH56

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Dakini Kush#6-1 @ flowering Day 67

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David Bowman

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Re: ISEARCH's Broken Branches In Croutons - Dakini Kush-Waipi'oHapa-KCJones - 4400W -

Hope all is well in your world.

Is this grow still alive?

We would love to be updated with some pictures and info.

How about posting a 420 Strain Review?

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I am moving this to Abandoned Journals until we get updates.

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