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    Quote Originally Posted by prime View Post
    You're not gonna believe this. I tripped, fell and landed in 6 seeds in damp kitchen paperAttachment 378782
    Oops gotta be mir careful next time hahaha really looking forward to following this diary. I'm hoping to do some crosses at the end if this year myself.
    What strain accidentally fell onto the paper towel and subsequently into the pots?

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    Waaaah, waaaah, waaaah. Screaming babies

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    Wow congrats prime..this is so cool, you've now growing babies from your own breeding, well done man!

    Sending green mojo to the seedlings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse_tpfi View Post
    Oops gotta be mir careful next time hahaha really looking forward to following this diary. I'm hoping to do some crosses at the end if this year myself.
    What strain accidentally fell onto the paper towel and subsequently into the pots?

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    Ive 2 of each of my crosses, father is the same mendo madness, plus the cheese, lemon haze and tangilope. No idea on the qualities the father will pass on mind you, he'd not had the best of lives so I couldn't hazard a guess.
    If you're gonna do crosses mate, be super careful not to pollinate the lot like I did

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Wow congrats prime..this is so cool, you've now growing babies from your own breeding, well done man!

    Sending green mojo to the seedlings
    Yeah it is quite a buzz mate. I've had more success with these than I did with two packs of jinxproof seeds a while ago. Can't wait to see how they turn out

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    Quote Originally Posted by prime View Post
    Ive 2 of each of my crosses, father is the same mendo madness, plus the cheese, lemon haze and tangilope. No idea on the qualities the father will pass on mind you, he'd not had the best of lives so I couldn't hazard a guess.
    If you're gonna do crosses mate, be super careful not to pollinate the lot like I did

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    That's awesome man, be good to see how these turn out. It'll give you an idea at least of how they turned out, or what the dad is bringing to the game. Hope you get a keeper straight off the bat.

    I'm looking to start at the end of the year so I may very well do just that if I find a good looking male but only if I've got enough stock to see me through. I'm looking to be perpetual harvesting by then anyway so fingers crossed it'll all go to plan.
    But when does that ever happen? Haha

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    Looking very interesting mate, keen to see how it all goes, best o luck
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    Really like this idea and it’s become a diary as a bonus breeding does intrigue me but it’s a big time game and patience too good luck I will keep a close eye on this post

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    Hello guys and girls.
    So, of my 6 seeds, all 6 popped. Two were rather slow though and runty, so I have 4 left. I also have 3 cheese, 2 Tangilope and one new one, Sugar Tits. All under a 250mh, gonna veg for another week/ 10 days I think, then flip.Click image for larger version. 

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    Girls are growing fast. ThEClick image for larger version. 

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    Fed with fish mix, root juice and the Mycorrhydro from TNC.

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    Really looking forward to these girls growing prime and they're coming along nicely already!

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    So the ladies (hopefully ladies) have moved into the flower room and are now under the 600 halide. I potted up yesterday and today so now they are all in either 25L or 18L fabric pots, bar one which is in 25L plastic. I have reused old soil and watered in with fish mix, root juice and TNC Mycorrhydro. I shall now give 7 days to allow roots to stretch a bit then flip

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    Quote Originally Posted by prime View Post
    So the ladies (hopefully ladies) have moved into the flower room and are now under the 600 halide. I potted up yesterday and today so now they are all in either 25L or 18L fabric pots, bar one which is in 25L plastic. I have reused old soil and watered in with fish mix, root juice and TNC Mycorrhydro. I shall now give 7 days to allow roots to stretch a bit then flip
    I noticed the pic was upside down and fixed it for you prime
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    Thanks Ice appreciate it mate. Click image for larger version. 

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    Here is a pic of the cheese, freaky looking growth as cut was taken in flower. Two of the three cheese are revegging with normal leaves now, just this one oddball.
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    Apart from that all is well. I have not spent a penny on soil this time around either, I have reused my old soil from previous grows which I have in a large garden bag. It's not been reamended, but as I'm feeding Biobizz nutes with every watering, I don't think that it will make any difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prime View Post
    Thanks Ice appreciate it mate. Click image for larger version. 

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    Here is a pic of the cheese, freaky looking growth as cut was taken in flower. Two of the three cheese are revegging with normal leaves now, just this one oddball.
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    Apart from that all is well. I have not spent a penny on soil this time around either, I have reused my old soil from previous grows which I have in a large garden bag. It's not been reamended, but as I'm feeding Biobizz nutes with every watering, I don't think that it will make any difference.
    You're welcome mate, and that odd one really is twisted up hey..she might turn out to be the most potent, who knows!

    Girls looking nice and healthy

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    All is well. Getting bigger by the day, Click image for larger version. 

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    Still no signs of preflowers on any of the seeds and the plants are on 15/9 now. There are a couple of the seeds which are taller than the others, I'm gonna place a bet on those being males. If they are I'm gonna have to chop them, don't want any more seeds just yet. They will be getting flipped in 5 days now

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    One of the seed plants has shown sex, so I have at least one girl Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by prime View Post
    One of the seed plants has shown sex, so I have at least one girl Click image for larger version. 

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    Congrats prime..girls are looking good!

    The mutated one looks a little dodgy but, will be interesting to see what happens with it hey lol LD

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Congrats prime..girls are looking good!

    The mutated one looks a little dodgy but, will be interesting to see what happens with it hey lol LD
    The mutants started to come around now mate, I'll have fully formed regular leaves by the end of the week if not sooner. I'm due to flip on Wednesday, but I'm going to stagger it so the three cheese including the mutant have another 2 weeks of veg, to get some proper growth on them. That will mean I have 2 Tangilope, 1 sugar tits the 1 female and 3 unknowns going into flower. I hope they are all female of course but I'd be happy having another 1 be a girl. Be a shame to bin the lads they are looking great.

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    I've decided to flip them tonight, they are getting big now. Look at the cane for a reference to the other day. Click image for larger version. 

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    Mutanto has normal leaf growth now. The plants in the 18ltr smartpots are getting fed daily, 1.5 litres, whilst the 25 litre pots are being watered every other day. I've fed today with 2ml L fishmix, potsil phd to 6.5 as always.

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    And then there were 9. One of the seed plants has big swinging balls. Very well developed compared to the other plants, many of which aren't showing sex yet. So far of the seeds I have 2 girls, 1 male and one likely male.
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ID:	380672. I've trained the others down to make use of the now empty space. Night temps have been getting down to 10c so I'm expecting a lot of stretch from them, no way of warming it up over night really.

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