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Mateo's Great White Shark Clones

Mjc5281

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I think the plants bounced back a little bit, for the most part they seem to be keeping nutrients much better. I did take off one of the heat lamps because it was getting a little too hot in there.
 

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Mjc5281

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Buenos días everyone, today is day 3 since the plants have been recut and dipped. Do you think I should start to lower the humidity or keep it going? Also the grow tent came in and has been assembled. There are two 600w LEDs, an inline fan woth a carbon filter and a smaller fan for circulation. The small plants growing in the pot are the clover I planted. The clover and chamomile should be cin ughr up to tge girls by the time they're ready to be transplanted.
 

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Inigme

New Member
This is going to be my first grow journal so forgive me for any mistakes.
Strain: Great White Shark
Received: 2 clones on 7-25-18
Medium: Growing roots in water then will be transported

On this day I now have three clones from a Great White Shark that was 8' at the time and was grown outdoors for most of it's life. All three are in cups of water inside a closet. I have a 600w LED grow light with veg and bloom settings that keeps the closet in the mid 60s to mid 70s and retains a humidity range of 62-75%. Besides the water in the cups they are misted throughout the day when the humidity seems low. After 15 days there hasn't been much progress with the rooting. All that I have seen are white bumps forming on one of the stems.

Future plans: I plan on moving the plants to a grow tent when they have rooted and can be planted. I have bought 3 gallon smart pots and Fox Farms Ocean Forest soil. For the nutrients I bought the Fox Farms Grow Big, Big Bloom amd Tiger Bloom. I will also be testing the companion planting method once they are in pots.

Few questions for you:

I am hunting for sativa predominant great white shark clones. I found bud for sale from San Rafael 71... There apparently is an indica dominant strain as well, with the exact same name. Is what you are using the indica dominant or sativa dominant strain?

Where do I get Great White Shark clones from? (I have looked all over and can't find a supplier yet)
 

Mr. Magoo

Member of the Month: Sept 2018 - Plant of the Month: Mar 2019, Aug 2020 - Nug of the Month: October 2019
Few questions for you:

I am hunting for sativa predominant great white shark clones. I found bud for sale from San Rafael 71... There apparently is an indica dominant strain as well, with the exact same name. Is what you are using the indica dominant or sativa dominant strain?

Where do I get Great White Shark clones from? (I have looked all over and can't find a supplier yet)
Hey inigme! This member hasn’t been on the forum since August of last year. Haven’t seen anyone growing great white lately. Sorry for no help. But welcome to 420Mag! Hope you stick around. Lots of good info floating around these parts!
 

Dan Dark

Well-Known Member
I’m a hydroponic grower. So I don’t have very much soil knowledge. But I can grow some really nice plants. If there are ever any questions. Just ask anyone. And if they don’t know someone they know will. That’s what makes 420 magazine the greatest forms ever hands down. :peace:
True dat, I have found my tribe. Best mentors anywhere, open, authentic, and willing to help others. I love it but sometimes find it hard to live up to the beautiful people who have already made my grow better.
 
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