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Kushington Farms Grows a Nice Amazing Grace

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Greetings everyone,
This is a new journal of an Amazing grace plant. Its a Valeria male cross with Amazing Haze #12. A friend of mine who is working on mastering genetics and breeding gave her to me so I am making a journal of her. I use my usual soil medium of 60% coco 20% fox farm ocean floor and 20% perlite and a TBSP of mycorrhizae keeping my EC at .4 for clones .5 during veg and .7 during pre-flower and flower. I use technaflora boost and bloom thrive alive and magical growtec monster bloom and a silica additive. As usual my garden is powered but www.lushledlighting.com dominators and dominator 2xls
Amazing Grace At Day 21

Amazing Grace At Day 21

Amazing Grace At Day 21

Amazing Grace At Day 21

She has grown about a foot and a half since I put her out to flower and has filled in amazingly well.
Amazing Grace At Day 27

Amazing Grace At Day 27

Amazing Grace At Day 27
 
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Time for another update of this beauty of a plant. I really am super stoked to try this girl out. I have taken a fewe clones off of her and they are also growing very healthy with a nice sturdy stalk on them.

Amazing Grace Day 35 growing up strong

Amazing Grace Day 35 growing up nice and healthy

Amazing grace Day 35 and makes me want to sing

Amazing Grace Day 42 nice and full

Amazing Grace Day 42 showing us some nice buds

Amazing Grace Day 42 doing quite well
 
01/15/14
Good Highs everyone,
How is everyone doing today?
This thread is dedicated to Amazing Grace. It will include pictures of all the plants I run that are from this strain. It will include several generations of the strain that started from clone. The following plants will be clones from the original plant. I have just started a second plant in flower so my first update will be of the first plant and the next update will be of plant number 2 the rest of the info is to provide more information for you of my grow operation and will be at the beginning of all new threads
I have a veg room that is 10x10 set up in my basement. My temperature stays at about 73 degrees with 40% humidity. I run 5 Vegetator vegetation lights from Hydro LED Light | Lush Lighting | 888-960-4LED. I run 18 hours on and 6 hours off for a light cycle. I believe all living things need to sleep and rest at night, and I am a firm believer that a 24 hour light cycle is the leading cause of plants turning hermaphrodite. It is also why plants stretch, have thin stem and branch growth, and suffer from other common stress related issues. I run a perpetual garden and run my plants thru a 60 day veg cycle. I water about twice a week in the veg room sometimes more sometimes less depending on stage of plant. I use Technaflora base nutrients, thrive-alive, and magical; along with a silica additive in RO water. The EC concentration is .5 EC using a multiplier of .87 is about 435ppm. The Medium I use is a 60% COCO 20% Silica Perlite and 20% organic ocean floor mix with a teaspoon of mycorrhizae. They veg in 5 gallon smart pots until about two weeks before flower. At two weeks before flower I place another 5 gallon smart pot full of medium underneath the original pot to give it fresh media to grow into during flower. At that point, I no longer water my plant for a period of 4 days to force the roots into the fresh medium.
The Pre-Flower stage lasts for a week and has its own little set up just outside the Vegetation room. I basically put them in a flowering light cycle and feed the plants on the veg. nutes for that first week of flower.
The Flowering Stage room is in a garage that is split into two rooms. Each room is 12x18 with about a 6x8 hallway/storage room in-between the two rooms. I have my own room and a testing room currently used by Lush Lighting. The garage has a small low BTU window AC in the storage area, and each room has its own small low BTU AC unit for a total of three. I live in Michigan and the rooms are outside, so temperature and humidity control is a bitch to maintain in both summer and winter. I won’t let it get any colder than 60 and no warmer than 82. However, those are the red zone areas. My true target temperature is 68-77 degrees with 40% humidity. Flowering nutrients are also mixed in RO water. I use Technaflora boost and bloom base nutrients, thrive-alive B1, magi-cal, some monster bloom and a silica additive. It is run at a higher EC concentration that holds at about .7 EC using the .87 multiplier is about 600ppm. The room is 12x18 and has 11 Lush Lighting Dominators of various types (Dominators, Dominator 2x, Dominator 2x XL) and 4 Luminators. I run a 12 hours on and 12 hours off lighting cycle. Everything I have grown in the last 18 months is 100% Lush LED grown, and I have been the product tester for Lush Lighting since late 2009.
After I have harvested my plants, meaning after I trimmed most of the leaves off and I chopped them down. I leave them whole and hang them for about 5 days. After five days I trim them up and leave them in a drying rack for about 2-3 more days. After that I place it in jars and air them out once a day for the next two-three weeks depending on need.
Due to my own time limitations I normally don’t post veg pics as they are of little interest to most people. I could be wrong but most people tend to like to see the goods. To tell me you got there just show me the baby kind of thinking. I have a plat restriction of 72 plants but I am currently one patient short so I only run 60 plants at the moment. I find that caring for and take pictures of each plant every week is entirely too much of an undertaking. I have enough issues keeping up with the flowering pics at times. I have various threads of each strain I put out into flower in my own room that can be found on 420magazine. Due to the sensitive nature of the test products I run in my room. I will rarely show anything except time lapse videos on youtube in that room.
 
This is the First Amazing Grace Plant. She's flushed out and getting ready to come down. I will have pics of her hanging in the finished plants journal and post a few up here next week as well.
Amazing Grace Day 63
 
01/24/14
Well hello my friends, Good highs and happy weekends to all
I have good news and bad news to report. The Bad news I pulled plant one down and my over zealous worker(bless his soul) chopped it all up an had it on the drying rack like the shoe makers elves, and I didnt get any pics of her hanging out to dry. :( The good news is I have a new update of plant number 2 and In the place of Gracie 1 I have an EC Sour Diesel making a garden debut later on this week :) So this is Gracie 2 pictures were taken on 01/23/14
Amazing Grace Day 21
 
02/01/14
Good highs my friends and a happy skunkday to everyone. Bringing you an update of what is now the only Amazing Grace plant in the garden. Doing nice and healthy and has well out performed the mother I took her from.
Amazing Grace Day 35 2nd Generation plant
 

Cronichemphog

Member of the Month: Feb 2014 - Plant of the Month: June 2015
ok im gonna start getting confused which of your journals is which :19:
 
ok im gonna start getting confused which of your journals is which :19:
right I know I have like 12 of them going. they are all mine if they say Kushington Farms in the title. I run a perpetual garden with 60 plants and I pull 3 a week so it rotates around pretty quick
 

Cronichemphog

Member of the Month: Feb 2014 - Plant of the Month: June 2015
wow that's very nice 3 a week
im going for 1 every 3 weeks lol
theres a limit of 7 here so I can easily do that
Happy Weednsday Kush :thumb:
 

Cronichemphog

Member of the Month: Feb 2014 - Plant of the Month: June 2015
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