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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    It is a good idea to keep in mind that plants dobble in size by the time that the flowers/buds are ready to harvest.
    When I lived in Beijing pot was no where to be found. Not that I looked that hard. I am very glad to see you here chinese boy.

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    I was given two female plants, and plants are very rich, but not good genes, the quality is not good, they almost did not like mushrooms like the THC crystals and resin. Taste and effect so I was very disappointed, very, very disappointed .. ...

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    One of plants and almost close to my height, if she is straight, there should be the height of 180 CM


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    No matter how good external conditions, but not a good variety and good genes, not satisfied with the results.
    I pack up all the lamps and equipment, including soil and fertilizer, and so on ... they spent a total of about ¥ 1900, amounting to $ 290.
    I can only stop planting. I'm very, very ..... very, very sad!

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    They look like a heavy landrace sativa from the high mountains, they can take more than 100 days to flower. Did you pull them already? Either way, man you came a long way in a short time!

    Great job!

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    Thank you, BOSS.
    I have worked very hard planting. But .....
    I will try to harvest a part of, and taste, and get results is very frustrating.
    Perhaps, I planted a wild species, or even manufacture fiber varieties!

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    It is a Satvia and will take longer to finish.
    Long Skinny fingers on the leafs, tall bush.

    "manufacture fiber varieties"
    Oh Damn, that would blow.

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    Quote Originally Posted by DaMagoMan View Post
    It is a Satvia and will take longer to finish.
    Long Skinny fingers on the leafs, tall bush.


    Oh Damn, that would blow.
    Their leaves do not look fat, should be a Satvia, but does not mean that they can output value of the resin.
    Flowering has been 30 days, I will try some of them, did not achieve the desired results, no THC!
    Indeed, this is a combat.

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    Let them go, it will be worth it, I had sativas that went 120 days in flower... 30 days in flower is no where near enough time... She is looking good and right where she should be.. Patience young Grasshopper...

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    I agree with Be IRIE. Unless you feel you are at risk if you continue.

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    Sombody please tell me he didnt pull those plants.

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    Your plants look very good Chinese Boy
    It can take a while for THC to develop on the flowers, especially with sativas
    You should let them keep growing for about 30-60 more days and see how they turn out
    By that time the temperature may go down, which may result in more growth.

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    I am very sorry, on the cultivation, I do not have much experience.
    But some people have the same seed told me that these seeds of the harvest is poor.

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    Quote Originally Posted by shaggy_420 View Post
    Your plants look very good Chinese Boy
    It can take a while for THC to develop on the flowers, especially with sativas
    You should let them keep growing for about 30-60 more days and see how they turn out
    By that time the temperature may go down, which may result in more growth.
    Thank you very much for the information!

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    Re: First light planter, in China!

    you can force the plant to produce More Trichromes
    with colder temps in the dark time.

    anyway for you to do that, lower temps in the dark?
    like shaggy says you got plenty time
    Unless security is a Problem?
    He who lives to runaway, Lives to fight another day.

    temp difference from day time
    - 10-15 is normal
    - 15-25 is very cold
    - 25+ can be dangerous for the plant

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