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Planet Express & The Attempt To Repopulate Mars

Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
Hey,
So here we are again. It’s time for a new run. For those that are new to my journal, Welcome. For those from my last journal, Welcome back.

Things are going to be little different this time around. I will be attempting to breed and create some feminized seeds. As some of you know I enjoy experimenting, so I figured why not try to create some seeds.

Room Specs are as followed;

Rooms 1 and 2

Room size
- 8x8x6’4

Equipment- Oscillating tower fan, heater and humidifier in each room

Ventilation- Shared between Room 1 and 2, 2- 740CFM fans, 1 for intake and 1 for exhaust, 8” carbon filter in each room

Containers - 7 Gallon Fabric Pots

Medium - Pro-Mix HP, Organic Soil, Worm Castings

Lights -

3000 Phlizon CREE COB (625w) Room 1

500w BudgetLED Series 3 RSpec Room 2

Nutrients - AN pH perfect series or GH flora trio (have both), CaliMagic and BigBud

Strain(s) -
Sapphire OG by HSO,
Tropicanna Banana by Barney’s Farm
White Widow by Crop King

# of Plants: 6 (2 of each), 3 in each room

Training Method- Quadline

Here’s the plan.

Drop 2 of each, if all sprout I’ll put 3 in each room if not adjust accordingly. When they are at the right age/health, I’ll take 2 clones off each plant. Then move all 6 into 1 room. Leaving the clones to a room all by themselves. Once mature I will take 1 of the Sapphire clones and use colloidal silver to hopefully create pollen. Then use that plant to pollinate the other clones. Thus creating feminized seeds with crosses being ;

Sapphire OG (D) x Sapphire OG

Sapphire OG x Tropicanna Banana

Sapphire OG x White Widow

Pictures of the setup

Room 1

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Room 2
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The seeds were put in to soak today at (April 20th) at 2:00pm

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Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
so after a 13 hour soak all seeds had sunk to the bottom of their shot glasses. I transferred into papertowel this morning before leaving for work.
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hope you guys don’t mind, @Jackalope, @Kitchenhawk. Hoping you’ll step in and help me out with this one.
 
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Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
You should have a tap root by the time you get home!!
I was thinking the same thing! Happy belated to you also dude.

Nice clean set up you have there Canadadoes, I'll be sitting in for this one if you don't mind
Thanks brother. Don’t mind at all, more the merrier. Should be an interesting experiment, glad to have you here.

#bringbackfuturamaagain

The name caught my eye.:thumb:
Lol, I very much agree.
 

Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
Update:

All 6 seeds germinated,
I mixed up some soil, filled up some Solo cups that I pre-drilled drainage holes in dropped them in. The soil mixture consists of Pro-mix HP Mycorrhizae, Golf Green Organic Black earth with Gypsum , Golf Green Organic compost and Earthly Matters worm castings.
Same mix I used prior (new bags) with the addition of Earthly Matters. (Golf Green compost come with a little Castings already in the bag) Each one was planted 1/2-3/4” deep covered then placed down into Room 2 at 7:30pm EST. Since this is a new room, I will be monitoring the Temperature more frequently until I've established a baseline in the environment.
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Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
Excited to see that Tropicana banana!!
Glad you made it!

Both of them broke soil first, and 1 White Widow some how flipped itself upside down and pushed the Taproot out of the soil. I gently dug her up and put her the right way. Hopefully delicately enough.
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Backlipslide

Member of the Month: Mar 2020 - Plant of the Month: Feb 2020 - Nug of the Month: Feb 2020
Glad you made it!

Both of them broke soil first, and 1 White Widow some how flipped itself upside down and pushed the Taproot out of the soil. I gently dug her up and put her the right way. Hopefully delicately enough.
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Job well done doctor!!
 

Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
“Just an surgeon Ironworker!?”
lol, FTFY!

I’ve decided on making my own CS. I ordered some .999 silver bullions. They say lead time could be up to a couple weeks. If all else fails I’ll go to the jewelry store and try to get some silver wire or just order some reversing spray.
 

DutchinAB

Well-Known Member
lol, FTFY!

I’ve decided on making my own CS. I ordered some .999 silver bullions. They say lead time could be up to a couple weeks. If all else fails I’ll go to the jewelry store and try to get some silver wire or just order some reversing spray.
CD don’t wait around for nobody!!
 

Canadadoes

Nug of the Month: July 2020
Update:
It’s been a few days since the last update, Just wanted to give a progress report.

Thursday 23rd
Tropicanna Banana #’s 1 + 2 broke soil.

Friday 24th
Sapphire OG #2 and White Widow #2 broke soil. White Widow #1 just like #2 had also pushed the tap root up, so I dug it up and replanted it.

Saturday 25th
Sapphire OG #1 broke soil.

As you’ll see from the pictures, Sapphire OG #1 has yellow cotyledons and seems like a runt. White Widow #2 also seems a little runty aswell. We will have to wait and see how that plays out.
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