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  1. Just thought I would share my Lush which in these photos is at the 56th day of 12/12. PK 13/14 was applied in the 6th week and harvest is planned for day 70. Medium is 'Jumbo' grade perlite and base nutrients are Canna Flores (Vega was used in veg).
  2. Naycha

    Lush lives

    Just a few pics of the Lush that I germinated around 4 years ago and have had hanging around ever since (thanks Hupla!) Medium is Canna Terra, hand watered, 1000W Solis Tek globe, Solis Tek Matrix ballast, Adjusta Wing Avenger shade. Smells at the moment are sweet lemon and honey. It does develop a nice sourness too as it matures and one of the reasons I like it so much is the lemon flavour carries over to oil extracts very well.
  3. The summer is thinking about ending now, so it's time to start up my 2014/2015 grow season. For the first time in years I will likely RUN OUT of weed before harvest, unless I conserve [yeah, I'm going to run out]. I let a little too much go to my typical consumers, and then a family member needed some for chemotherapy nausea issues, and... My one bulb grow was stretched to the max. I know I could have put more plants in the flower room last time around, and this grow I should max out the space -- especially considering the likelihood that one or two or all of the sativa doms will go fucking nuts. Should be a fun grow of low per plant yields and a high total yield. ALSO last time, those of you who took careful notes will recall that last season's Blue Hawaiian Sativas were some pure or near-pure indica doms. I now have my small group of consumers WHINING that the only uplifting sativa from the grow was Pineapple Fields, and they all ran out. I'm sure by February, we'll all be whining that we don't have any relaxing or coma inducing indicas, but that's months from now, and I probably won't be the one doing the whining. ANYWAY, the search continues to build up a stable of various sativa mama plants that will cover ANY CONTINGENCY, except contingencies that require an indica. (Next grow there will be an indica search.) So now, the obligatory picture of the seed packs: Jalisco Jaze and Hammerhead are obviously from The Shop. Bourbon Street is a Leprechaun cross of their Lollypop x Burmese sativa. Blue Hawaiian Sativa is from replacement seeds sent to me by JOTI. He doesn't pack replacement seeds in those fancy little test tubes, and just grabs some sandwich bags out of the pantry, apparently. For all 4 of these strains, I'm soaking 5 seeds each. The Lemon Thai and Lush are actually original Fusion creations that were given to me by Indican. There are two LT seeds and one Lush. Fusion's Lemon Berry was a-fucking-mazing, so I'm excited about popping these. If they grow and decide they're boys, there will be crosses with a number of the girls. In addition to these, there will be one or two Pineapple Fields pheno C clones in there. She was the star of my last grow, IMO. There will also be a couchlock indica clone that was from last season's "Blue Hawaiian" that turned out to be a heavy indica. This one stood out as having literally ZERO cerebral effects, aside from dulling the thought processes. Yes, I do appreciate indicas, and will probably appreciate them even more by growing almost none. Lush and Hammerhead will be the closest strains to that end of the scale. The soaking of the seeds has commenced. The ceremonial placing in spongepots will happen tomorrow, but I will probably not annoy you will constant updates of seedlings, unless something weird and noteworthy occurs. Oh, this will be an organic soil grow, using Dr. Earth's potting soil as a base, and mixing dry organic ingredients, dolomite, myco and extra perlite (if it looks like I won't be sent abroad during this grow - perlite tends to reduce water holding capacity of soil, which I need when my grow is on its own for periods of time.) I also use plenty of Sannie's Bacto. about 9 plants will be in 5 gallon Smart Pots or another brand of cloth pot. Additional plants (I'm hoping for 12) will be in 3 gallon (11 liter) cloth pots. Let it hereby be known that I will not be going off topic here EVER, and will tolerate no idle chit-chat on this thread! It's just going to be serious business. Stop smirking!
  4. I have been meaning for quite some time to share some photos of my Lush x Blueberry with you all. These plants wouldn't exist without the generosity of Fusion (special hello to Hupla) and Eskobar and I am very grateful. The Lush female was open pollinated by 10 assorted males from 2 lines of Eskobar's Blueberry Indica project. Sorry to be a tease but I just have time to upload pics of one plant for now and the rest will probably trickle in over a day or two. All were flowered for 70 days 12/12. #1 This one smelled like sweet lemon and melons with a light honey aroma. There was a balsamic vinegar type sourness and a slight aniseed back note. Naycha
  5. First of all thank you very much to Fusion seeds and particularly Hupla for giving me the opportunity to test this strain. Seeds were soaked in paper towel and all but one popped a taproot within a day or two. They were then planted into premium potting mix (could be better) and placed outside. One never came up, one was slug eaten and two I lost to my chooks (sorry ). The remaining five are now a few weeks old and are safe inside my chook cage (chooks are now free range hehe). All look very similar with the main difference that i can see being number 5 having slightly thinner/longer leaves (hardly). 1 2 3 4 5 Naycha
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