[Polessins' Grow Log] - Durban Poison and Banana Blaze Week#6

Hello People !


Another week has passed, and i must saw i didn't even see it.

I've been overwhelmed due my job this last week, and i had almost no free time, this kinda gave my grow a setback, since i stayed 3 days without being able to see it..

But lets see how things are..

if you missed the WEEK#5 post, click here

Lack of time and poor management

I promised my self i would commit 100% to this grow, and i am ! But unfortunately on wednesday i was forced to sleep over at a colleagues house so we could finish a few things that came up unespectedly. The good thing is that we did it and it end up great, the bad part is, my plants stayed a few days with no food and water at all.

I was fixing the lack the nutrients i was using last weeks, and this kinda throwed it all back again

see how the deficience escalated in 4 days..

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I don't know how to explain this. But the damaged leaves got a weird texture, feels weird to touch it lol. I took a look about it, and it was definitely due the lack of nutrients. Some of the upper leaves are a little damaged too, so i hope after this new feeding they can metabolize it well and start recovering for the next week,


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Nothing much to say here. One of the reasons this is my favorite strain. It does not have problems. never. I must screw up really bad in order to her show some downside effects. there is a bunch of branches ready to go already. I am already watching for her first defoliation maybe. The light is already having some trouble to hit the whole plant. some of the new branches are under shade. i am afraid of doing LST on her, cause i might screw her, and she is doing pretty fine, so let's see how she goes until next week.


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This one was the one i TOPED last week. she recovered pretty well from it, and you can already see the new branches going up ! there are no lower branches geting ready to sprout, differently from banana which seems gonna have a bunch of them. Since it is my first time with this strain, i don't know what to expect from it. Maybe she will have just a few branches, hopefully powered up ones. The lack of food damaged her the most, since she was the bigger one and the one eating the most. I gave her today 1.5L of water (thats when the water started driping out from the botton), with 2 ML of nuts for each L of water. So now i am in the exact dosage according to REMO guide. i think i should have increased it earlier, but i've seen a lot of people burning their seedlings, so i was afraid to go heavy on it. Lesson learned.


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This one also felt hard the lack of food this week. Her upper leaves seems pretty healthy tho. I raised the food for all of them by 2ml/L and i think this will get them going for a while until a decide to flower it. Since they are going through a few stress these days, it is a good time to start fixing and geting them ready, as they are photoperiods i feel kinda safer during the Vegetative Stage. When i see they are 100% ready to go, i will switch the light cycle. She is right now the tallest one in the grow, i am starting to think that i also should have toped her lol. but it is gonna be cool to see the difference between them at the end, if they survive ofc =[.

Thanks everyone for keep supporting.

As soon as i can i will get a better camera. Some of the photos i cant get without that blur.
lets hope for week#7 things are going go be a little better then this one. I think everything is well set now and good to go. I will have to teach some1 to help me out when this kind of rush weeks happens. It is sad to see how bad they can get if you fail with them.

Peace everyone ! Have a safe one !

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