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  1. Hi all! I post regularly on another forum under a different handle, but now that I'm going to be growing some gear from Sannie's Shop (and testing some Blueberry!), I wanted to make my way over here as well. These are my first Canna plants from seed. I've started 5 Jackberry x KO Kush and 1 Chocolope. The Chocolope was the lone seed that turned up while trimming a friend's plant, so it's kind of just a bonus I thought I'd include. I grow organically in soil. The seedlings are currently in 4" (I believe) pots. When they move up in size (I haven't decided yet what size, but I'm thinking of flowering them in 3 gallon smart pots) I am planning to put them into the following soil mix: Base 50% Sphagnum Peat 25% High quality EWC 25% Airation (Perlite, Pumice and/or Lava Rock) Ammendments (1/2 cup ea. per cubic foot of base soil) Crab Meal Kelp Meal Neem and Karanja Meal (50/50 mix) Glacial Rock Dust (this one will be 3 or 4 cups per cubic foot of base) Unless it seems like I need to do something different, I will probably just feed them with teas made from Kelp and Alfalfa, plus a little Pro-Tekt. Since they need to be sexed I'm leaning towards cloning them early and putting them into flower small, and then using the second round to better glimpse their potential. Here's some pictures! I had 100% germination within 3-4 days. Most of them came up within 2 days. Here they are on day 15... #1-3 in the top row, #4,5, and Chocolope on bottom row. So far so good. Thanks to Sannie and the other great breeders here for making these genetics available!
  2. This report has been a long time coming. It was completed in the spring of 2013 and out of pure lazyness (yeah, Mad Kush can do that to you) has not been posted until now. When Sannie recently announced that the Mad Kush might be discontinued, I was kinda shocked and all the more motivated to show just how awesome this strain can be. I don't understand where Sannie is coming from because the Mad Kush is the single best indica dominant I've ever grown, and that is saying something considering it had to go up against Anethesia and KO Kush. Its got vigour, crazy root development, very sturdy stems, big colas and one extremely frosty pheno. It smoked as good and it looked, with a lot of different flavors ranging from chocolate/coffee to sour kush. The Cheeseberry Haze was not too shaby either, it tasted just as you would expect, cheesy haze/spice. The JB X KO Kush I let go a lot longer this round and was rewarded with a lot more potency and flavor. I'll let the pics do the rest of the talking (sorry no pics of veg). First few weeks: 120 X 60 cm Dark Room Starlight T5 220w GHE Flora Series, Useless Formula Supervit Hesi Roots Plagron Growmix During flower: 120 X 120 cm Dark Room 600w HPS Adjust-a-Wing GHE Flora Series, Useless Formula Atami Bloom (Bloei) Plagron Growmix Week 3 Flowering Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 9
  3. Hello Opengrow Community Thought its about damn time that I share with you my most recent finished grow. I've been a C99 fan ever since my first grow with this magnificent strain, since then I've grown a few C99 crosses and have never been disappointed. So when I heard that Esko was releasing the Chucky's Bride, C99 X Exodus Cheese, there was no doubt that this combination would kick ass. The main star of this grow was clearly the Chucky's Bride, but for variety she was paired with KO Kush, and Jackberry KO Kush. So this round was one for the fast finishers, all three strains being 7-8 week finishers. Needless to say, all three strains kicked ass in their own right: Chucky's Bride takes the cake in terms of resin production and aroma, she is extremely sticky and stinky. The KO Kush takes the prize for fastest finisher. While the Jackberry X KO Kush is the clear winner in structure and appearance, she's a truly beautiful cross. Ok enough babbling here the stats and pics: First few weeks: 120 X 60 cm Dark Room Starlight T5 220w GHE Flora Series, Useless Formula Supervit Hesi Roots Plagron Growmix During flower: 120 X 120 cm Dark Room 600w HPS Adjust-a-Wing Midi Atami Bloom (Bloei) Plagron Growmix After 6 weeks of veg, week 1 of 12/12 Week 1 Flowering Week 2 Flowering Jackberry X KO KUsh KO Kush Chucky's Bride Week 3 Flowering Chucky's Bride Jackberry X KO Kush KO Kush Week 4 Flowering, first problems arise. One of the KO Kush plants and the green Jackberry X KO Kush pheno go hermy on me. That purple sack in the middle of the bud is a male flower. The JB X KO also developed a few bananas. I didn't want them pollinating the garden, so they were removed. Possible stress factors that could have cause it: Cold temperatures during lights off, as well as high temperature differences between lights on and off. Another possible stress factor was a 5 minute light interruption during lights off. KO Kush hermy Jackberrry X KO Kush hermy Week 5 Flowering, with the hermy girls gone, they have a bit more room to stretch their branches. However, at this point, the girls have a bad case of nitrogen deficiency. Especially the Chucky's Bride were in need of more nitrogen. Despite my efforts to green them back up, they just kept losing color. For nutes, I was applying the Useless Formula at half strength up until this point, but upped the dose to 3/4th strength. All the plants were able to handle the stronger dose no problem, next time that I grow the Chucky's Bride I definitely run the formula at 3/4th strength from the beginning of flowering. In this pic, the 2 KO Kush are in the front center and middle center. The JB X KO is on the front right. Around the outside, all the rest are Chucky's Bride. Jackberry X KO Kush Chucky's Bride Week 6 Flowering Jackberry X KO Kush Chucky's Bride KO Kush Week 7 Flowering. One of the Chucky's Bride also decides to throw a few hermy bananas. Thankfully all the rest are 100% female. Jackberry X KO Kush Chucky's Bride hermy, removed from the tent.
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