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Hello and welcome to my grow :)

 

Next post wil have some pictures after I figure out how ;)

 

Setup:

 

Secret jardin dr240

 

Gavita 1000w pro

 

26 x 12L eb abd flood pots

 

Rfx1 as a medium

 

19 killing fields (sannies)

 

4 himalaya kush

 

2 amnesia haze

 

1 herijuana

 

210L container to flood.

 

And some hypro hydro a &b

 

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Wondering witch pheno's are in the bunch there al 3 different ones dont know if there f1 2 3 etc..

 

Got the beans from a friend who cant remember (its been a few years)

 

Anyway here s another update

 

3 mothers are in the flowering room and al cuttings are monstercropt.

 

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Looking good Peanuts :tu

How many weeks of flowering is the last post?

 

Keep them green :showoff:

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Hey MRT!

Thanks for the kind words :)

 

The 23rd of december the cuttings went 12/12

 

12"days later first sines of bloom.

 

So 4 weeks and 2 days

 

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Killing fields never gets old. Good show. Good show. Nice grow.

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Nice grow Peanuts! Your plants look beautiful and happy. It looks as if you are getting some great results.

How do you like the rfx1 as a growth medium so far? I saw a post a few months back from someone using rfx1 "Esko style" with flood & drain. I was just curious about what you thought of rfx1 as compared to something similar like maybe rockwool slabs or blocks.

 

thanks,

Passion

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Hi there agreenpassion !

Thanks 4 the kind words.

 

The results so far are pretty f#ckin good :D

I love rfx, and I'll tell you why.

Its super easy in use. (If u know your hydroponics)

Kan be used continually so no throwing away any medium.

The air ratio at the roots is much better.

I use an eb and flood type of watering.

Meaning pumping my 210L drum of nutrients in to a basin.

Where my ladies are seated in 12l eb and flood pots.

I let it sit for about 10min.

And pump it back again in the drum

Top it of with fresh nutrients and some ph- .

And ready for the next flood.

As in comparison to slabs you have to throw away

Need drippers timers etc..

And the air ratio seems to mee a bit of.

Dont get me wrong you can get great results with slabs

I seen a few very nice grows.

But you need tons of support when working with slabs.

And its just a lot more work.

Hope I helped a bit with my info

 

 

 

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BOOM.....then there were flowers everywhere 15.gif 91.gif

 

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Hahahah lovely comment robogro :)

And indeed im dancing around waiting on harvest day :)

 

Some budporn for all opengrow :D

 

 

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Pics from 9 days ago.

Everything is harvested.

And almost everything is drye now.

 

As for the kf...

The taste seems to be missing while the rest of my plants taste and smell great..

Wonder whats going on with the kf's

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Good Job Peanuts, nice colours and pistels.

Happy smoking

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Damn! This pic with the marlboro is just awesome! Great work!!!

 

Greetz :D

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Regarding the kf, it's not just you. A few years back based on glowing reports, I grew a few runs of KF. It was the first time a dispensary refused to take something I grew. I actually ended up composting over a pound of it and giving the rest away. I've asked a few in PM and have had friends grow it with the same results.

 

That's when I stopped believing grow reports. I loved growing it, it grows itself. It has everything, fast growth, great structure, easy to clone, easy to grow, great yield. I grew it a few times on the side because it was so much fun hoping to find something good. Nada. Gave the rest of my seeds to Indican and they got stolen along with a bunch of his other stuff. I was hoping he would find that hidden gem we read about but never experienced.

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Damn! This pic with the marlboro is just awesome! Great work!!!

 

Greetz :D

wondering that must be the Himalayan Kush ????

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Nope it was a killing fields mom bagwell

 

Thanks karma!

It means a lot hearing this from u.

It was the biggest of the bunch.

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