TheBorn's Soil - Diesel Fire OG & Elmer's Glue - 2017 - In Progress

Theborn420

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What strain(s) is it?
Diesel Fire OG, Elmer's Glue from Relentless genetics
Is it Indica, Sativa or Hybrid? What percentages?
Hybrid
Is it in Veg or Flower stage?
Veg
Indoor or outdoor?
Indoor
Soil or Hydro?
Soil
If soil... what is in your mix?
Doc Bud's High Brix Blend
If soil... What size pot?
1 gal pots
Size of light?
Perfect Sun 500 @ 214w
Is it aircooled?
No
Temp of Room/cab?
Lights on 79f, off 67f
RH of Room/cab? 47
Any Pests ?
No
How often are you watering?
When medium is dry.
Type and strength of ferts used?

Hey everyone. I'm back with some more younglings for this run stay tuned for pics. We broke ground on 4/16/17.
 

Theborn420

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re: TheBorn's DBHBB Soil - Diesel Fire OG & Elmer's Glue - 2017 - In Progress

Here we are at about 2 weeks of veg. Just watered yesterday with 1/4 strength Transplant. Before that they didn't get water since being planted.

The 4 on the left with zip ties are Diesel Fire OG and the 2 on the right are the Elmer's glue, both from Relentless Genetics. This is my 2nd run of Elmer's glue which was incredible!

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Ain't bout you guys with a bunch of veg pics. Will update as I go and try to document what I'm doing.

Enjoy!
 

Applesauce

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re: TheBorn's DBHBB Soil - Diesel Fire OG & Elmer's Glue - 2017 - In Progress

Hey Born. New to the community and the hobby, and after looking through your last grow I had to sub for this one. I'm a big OG and Diesel fan and will have to try that Elmers after seeing that hardcore bud porn you posted last run!
 

Terp McGirt

Active Member
Hi Born. I just read your first journal and it is very inspiring. It was awesome to see elite results from your first run with high brix soil. I look forward to following this one as well. That elmers glue looked so damn frosty I bet you're excited to veg her a little longer this time!
 

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Plant of the Year: 2015 - Plant of the Month: Dec 2015, July 2018

Graytail

Plant of the Year: 2014 - Plant of the Month: Dec 2014 - Nug of the Month: Feb 2015, Mar & Aug 2016, Dec 2017, Aug 2018, Jan 2019 - Nug of the Year: 2017 - Photo of the Month: June 2018
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Theborn420

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I'm in Born! Looking forward to it!
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Good to have you, I gotta catch up with your journal homie.

Hey Born. New to the community and the hobby, and after looking through your last grow I had to sub for this one. I'm a big OG and Diesel fan and will have to try that Elmers after seeing that hardcore bud porn you posted last run!

You're in good company my friend. OGs and Diesels are my passion. I think I'm going to try a new one every run. I chatted with a very talented hydro grower (@spec_ops_420 on IG) who's ran the Diesel Fire OG strain before and said it was one of his faves and the terps were insane. Very excited for that one. I only popped the Elmer's initially because they were the only female beans I had and I wanted to pad my harvest a bit. However after seeing how it performed and smoked, I got two more going this run. That shit was excellent smoke and high. GG4 x TheWhite , you can't go wrong.

Right on bro! Cant wait to see what you do with these :)

You already know my G...

Im going to jump on board also, best of luck to you.✌

Thanks man I'm really trying to keep track of what I do as I plan on cloning my ladies this run. I got a homie how will keep em for me. Currently I don't have the room.

Subbed Born! Can't wait to see these little girls grow up, it's sure going to be a fun time!
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Sup home!? I gotta check out your journal, last I remember you was killing it.

Alright! First page!

Docta! Can't wait to try that new formula. I haven't caught up on the Q&A thread, when will it be available?

Hi Born. I just read your first journal and it is very inspiring. It was awesome to see elite results from your first run with high brix soil. I look forward to following this one as well. That elmers glue looked so damn frosty I bet you're excited to veg her a little longer this time!

Thanks homie, to keep it 100 though that wasn't my first run. It was my 2nd after a I had to cull 3 plants I had going initially as I had not followed the direction and screwed up royally. One piece of advice, if you mess up early (and you will if you don't follow the directions or have an environment that's out of whack,) kill em and start over. You won't get results like my journal with a weak veg, trust...

Really looking to learn more about the kit this run, what you saw last time was me following directions. Thanks for the sub!

The rest of y'all let's see what it do this time. I'm feeling more confident and got some killer genetics going. I'm gonna be like Salt Bae this run, they already showing some yellowing. I ain't mad though.

Bless up,
 

Theborn420

Well-Known Member
Not boring, more like awesome happy little babies loving life!

Everything is looking great over here my friend, and that wedding cake sure does look like it'll be a treat!
Thanks man. That wedding cake is nice but nothing is touching the bud out of the kit. I'm hoarding my Obiwan like a dragon sitting on a pile of gold.
 

Coloradokid19

Well-Known Member
Thanks man. That wedding cake is nice but nothing is touching the bud out of the kit. I'm hoarding my Obiwan like a dragon sitting on a pile of gold.

Hahahha I totally feel that!

I haven't smoked any of my kit harvest yet, it's still drying and waiting for me to trim it up. I'm super excited to try some kit weed though. I'm super impatient [emoji23]
 

Theborn420

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Yes, I understand fully. Everyone will tell you and it's true. The kit produces better weed than anything you're probably getting now. I was confident, but when I actually tried it, man. Then my friends all still talk about it. Can't wait to hear what you think.
 

Doc Bud

New Member
I'm glad to see and hear you're both getting good results. There's no reason why the microgrower can't grow elite quality weed. I'm pretty confident most people with basic gardening skills and my kit can produce the equivalent of the very best the local market or dispensary can provide. Those with a nice set up and professional skill sets can do even better.

Once you get the hang of things don't be afraid to experiment. Little additions make big changes.
 
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