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RQS HazeBerry & Heavy Weight Seeds Goldmine

Klovneposen

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So im gonna jump in a little late on this one. But could not find that many journals on these two stains online so thought some one maybe could use it for later references when looking into these two strains.


They are currently at 37 of flower (Hazberry) and 2 of flower (Goldmine)

Lights are still my tw 48x5 mars hydro reflector series.

26 litres smartpots

Soil is a mediteranian citrus soil mixed with cleaned reused biobizz lightmix.

Nutes Biobizz grow, Bloom, Topmax, Aloe vera, Alg a mig, rootjuice, and a bit of fishmix





And a few pictures of the Hazeberry from a week before flowering was started. and up untill now at day 37




and a wish of a nice spring and summer for you all.

:Namaste:
 

Stinky Snid

Plant of the Month: Aug 2016 - Member of the Month: Jan 2017 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Jan, Feb 2017
re: RQS HazeBerry & Heavy Weight Seeds Goldmine

I love my twin reflectors, they cover a plant perfectly. I'll tag along and watch the rest of the flowering process. Good luck with the rest of the grow...

KiG :green_heart:cheers
 

Klovneposen

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re: RQS HazeBerry & Heavy Weight Seeds Goldmine

gave the HB 2 litres of pure bubbled water today and added a few sprinkles of my mineral magic to the top of the soil. read somewere some time back that feeding with a Mg Cal supplement simultanhusly with a P-K heavy feeting can make the potassium lock out the cal mag and vice versai seem to recollect so trying out this tactic for a bit as my plants have shown a bit more signs of Cal Mg def. the last few grows passing halfway tru the flowering cycle. but this time around o rust spots or noting yet only a bit of withering in the older leafs untill now. i gave it two sprinkles of mineral maic before this on. once just when starting flowering after one week or so then again about two weeks ago and third time now today.

The reason HB looked so funky in the late end of the growthphase and into a bit of the bloom phase i thin was do to the hardcore washdown with neem, SmC and cinnemon extract spider killer. to beat back that rebel scum spidermites that had keeped in my closet under the radar from when i had the infestation in late summer 2015 :) damn rebel scum. but i think by now she has bounced pretty well back from that. showing a much more overall uniformed green coloration
 

b.real

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re: RQS HazeBerry & Heavy Weight Seeds Goldmine

I'm here :high-five:
 

Klovneposen

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re: RQS HazeBerry & Heavy Weight Seeds Goldmine

somebody got his GPS working again i see :thumb:

:high-five: glad to see you arrive to the correct jounal safely :19:

:Namaste:
 

Klovneposen

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re: RQS HazeBerry & Heavy Weight Seeds Goldmine

hey purp nice to see you again my linguisticly likeminded fellow grower ;)

The haze berry i actually just topped at tree leafsets then lightly supercropped in start of vegging and ties them with plasticcoveren plant tying strick to some small loopholes i made in the side of the smartpot all around the top of it. goldmind have not been topped only tied down horisontal when it was just a kim plant and just two weks ago i supercropped it a bit to get a full covered spread on that canopy. the big ass tent peg i used was just becurse i overdid the supercroppin on one of the main brances in a heated and lustfull moment with me and my 50 shade of gray-ing the ass out of her little limber limbs ;)

:Namaste:
 

Klovneposen

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A small picture update. on the Hazeberry and Goldmine

last picture post i wrote a wrong number of days i see after checking. sorry. it was at day 40 not 37 the hazeberry

today hazeberry day 46. and goldmine 6 days into flower

 

Klovneposen

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So its the final day of week 8 today for the Hazeberry. i will give it about two more weeks :MoreNutes: one week with nutes and then one week flush.

I got my hands on a extra small tent and a mars II 400 were i placed the Goldmine the closet was getting a bit crowded with the goldmine and hazeberry both in there.


well here is a picture update.

Hazeberry final day of week 8


and the goldmine at the final day of week 2



:Namaste:
 

Stinky Snid

Plant of the Month: Aug 2016 - Member of the Month: Jan 2017 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Jan, Feb 2017
Here I am just scanning journals with seedling after seedling... And then kaboom my eyes light up upon seeing those huge ass buds. Stellar looking to say the least man!
:goodjob:

KiG :green_heart:cheers
 

Klovneposen

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So here is a small update. But first a small picture issue.

How do i turn around the pictures in the gallerie. normally on win 7 i had to open my gallery turn around the picture manually and save it but now in win10 when i open my laptop picture gallery the pictures are turned correctly but when i upload them they are incorrect any suggestions from you wise guys 'n' girls out there?.

Well here is the picture update Hazeberry first day of week ten and after first flush yesterday so it will be harvested next weekend.


And the Goldmine at its first day of week 4


Sorry for the non turned pictures i know it is annoying as hell.

im going to put the Goldmine in my closet when the HB is out of there. then i will tie down the biggest colas a bit to get i bit more even canopy. i am also gonna install the MarsII 400 in the closet as top light and one of the 48x5 as a site light hanging vertically in the side of the closet and the last 48x5 will go in the tent for a while vegging the two special queens that i am also doing at the moment. Due to the heat of the summer weather right now i can't use my small veg rom in the closet it just gets to hot in there with so much heat coming of from my two small LED veg lams in the veg room.
 

420Amard

On Vacation
Looks great man. I just got done ordering a 400w for my 60cm x 60cm :p
For the pictures you can always edit and crop them it seems to get rid of the positioning thing on the phone another method i guess is using the volume button to take the picture. Hope this helps and plants look awesome man:goodjob:
 

Klovneposen

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so i decided to cut down the hazeberry today 3 days before planned harvest. we are having some heat issues in my country these days and my apartment is south west turned with big as windows so it gets pretty hot sometime in the closet even tho im running the lights true the night.


Well the haze berry freshly cut and trimmed weighted in at 356g of course i forgot to take the final photo of the plant before i lealized it half way true cutting it down :)



Here is the goldmine brewing in the closet half way into week 4. I just mounted the 48x5 as a site lighting today with the MarsII 400 as the main light. and im just gonna put it on a kebab type of turning rutine turning it 180 degrees every day



:Namaste:
 
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