Kali Mist x Timanfaya Haze - Flowering

Arsonist

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This great genetics already has 17 days since I put it in flowering stage and in vegetative growth has been a champion I have had no problems with pests, so the leaves are with the tone we are looking for and rozagantes, yesterday at 16 days of flowering I put her first specific fertilizer for flowering and was a bat guano tea that gave me good results in my previous crop that was a couple of years ago so I perceive an absolute gratification to be growing again and reach this stage.

Here I leave some photos so you can see how it is going, I have also been applying mooring techniques because it has taken a great height and almost overlooks the balcony and you know that you have to take precautions for it, with the mooring has given way and is leveling to avoid that it can be seen from the street. well leave me your opinions.

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Arsonist

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Good community, here I bring new photos of the plant to continue with the follow-up, it has 6 days since I applied the first flowering fertilizer, bat guano tea and 22 days since I passed it to flowering, I leave the photos to observe how the buds are developing and so leave me their opinions, the question I have is how much to wait to apply the next fertilizer, I had thought to put banana tea or potassium humate to supplement, but I'm thinking about it.
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As you can see I have also been perfecting the tie-down so that the plant does not go over the balcony and stays in that line.
 

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Good community, here I bring new photos of the plant to continue with the follow-up, it has 6 days since I applied the first flowering fertilizer, bat guano tea and 22 days since I passed it to flowering, I leave the photos to observe how the buds are developing and so leave me their opinions, the question I have is how much to wait to apply the next fertilizer, I had thought to put banana tea or potassium humate to supplement, but I'm thinking about it.
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As you can see I have also been perfecting the tie-down so that the plant does not go over the balcony and stays in that line.
very nice,
 

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Good community, here I bring new photos of the plant to continue with the follow-up, it has 6 days since I applied the first flowering fertilizer, bat guano tea and 22 days since I passed it to flowering, I leave the photos to observe how the buds are developing and so leave me their opinions, the question I have is how much to wait to apply the next fertilizer, I had thought to put banana tea or potassium humate to supplement, but I'm thinking about it.
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As you can see I have also been perfecting the tie-down so that the plant does not go over the balcony and stays in that line.
Looking good! Is that a photoperiod plant? Are you geowing it from start to finish on the patio? In what part of the world are you?
 

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Looking good! Is that a photoperiod plant? Are you geowing it from start to finish on the patio? In what part of the world are you?
Hi Tracker if it is a photoperiodic plant, it is sativa and as you know, sativas are less sensitive to changes in the number of hours of light per day, this is because in areas around the equator, day and night have more or less the same length.

I started with a mixed culture, that is to say with a semi-indoor in vegetative growth I applied 18 hours of light, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. they were on the terrace and then from 6 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. I passed them to the semi-indorr with Leds lights to complement the hours of light.

When I transplanted it to this bigger pot and the definitive one after verifying that it was female, I decided to pass it directly to flowering, besides it had a good height, then after transplanting I left it in the terrace and there it receives 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness the perfect time for it to bloom.

I am in Venezuela, I had 3 years without being able to cultivate for different reasons, among them problems to receive the seeds because unfortunately the covid-19 appeared and paralyzed the shipments, but when everything began to work again I took advantage of the opportunity and the seeds began to arrive to me and this genetics is of the first that arrived to me this year, so hands to the work to cultivate and fortunately everything is going well, there are others on the way but the Kali Mist is the one that is more advanced.
 

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Continuing with the follow up today the Kali Mist #1 is 31 days in flowering phase because there is another one of the same genetics on the way that is in vegetative growth, today I decided to make a defoliation and prune a few leaves that subtracted energy to the buds, I thought I had cut too many leaves but when I did an overview I think I did well, anyway I would like to know your opinion, I leave photos of before and after pruning so you can see the difference.

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Soon in a few days I will give him his next fertilizer, it will be a banana tea.
 

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So you have an idea on her flowering time? She looks like she's going to need a lot of time, and she looks good to me
Hello Jaheim if the breeder says that between 70 and 100 days, I estimate that in 70 or 72 days it would be, but in the same way you have to evaluate, anyway as I keep track here, we all know when it could be ready, but it is indeed long flowering and as you say has a great positive aspect for several reasons.
 

Arsonist

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Gentlemen, the monitoring of the Kali Mist continues, today is 39 days in flowering phase, on Tuesday of this week I put her third fertilizer at this stage and it was the classic banana tea that apparently felt very good, but we will be able to evaluate it better with the course of the days, I think that with this, those buds will fatten as God commands, anyway, as there are many expert growers here I listen to their opinions, in the same way I would like to know how they observe the plant, I leave some captures.

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It is time to continue with the follow up of the Kali Mist 1 because another one is on the way a few days before its cut off date, I would like you to observe how it is at the moment and leave me your valuable opinions, so I leave a good screenshots for you to evaluate.

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So far the plant is grateful for all the good treatment and the organic fertilizers have been very good for it, I would like to know what do you think?
 

Arsonist

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Looking good! Still has a few weeks to go.

How much time do you think she has left to harvest? the breeder says the flowering time is between 70 and 100 days.

Today it has exactly 61 days in the flowering phase, I would like to cut it from day 70 to 72 because I do not like cannabis so narcotic but rather to be energetic and to boost creativity and when we dry it also continues to mature as in the cured.
 

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It has a few weeks. No way to know for sure but maybe 2 to 3 weeks. It'll ripen when it wants to depending on genetics and environmental conditions.

I like to wait until there are almost no new white pistils. If new pistils are popping out, then new flower material is still making. The buds are putting on more mass.

If you have a magnifier, look at the trichomes on the main meat of the buds, not the little sugar leaves. I like to see minimum clear, majority cloudy, and some amber. Majority cloudy is where you'll want to be for potency. You're just looking to get earlier in the ripening window. As the flowers get more mature, more of the trichomes get amber colored. If you want to harvest early in the ripening window, still look for mostly cloudy, a small amount amber, and some clear.
 

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It has a few weeks. No way to know for sure but maybe 2 to 3 weeks. It'll ripen when it wants to depending on genetics and environmental conditions.

I like to wait until there are almost no new white pistils. If new pistils are popping out, then new flower material is still making. The buds are putting on more mass.

If you have a magnifier, look at the trichomes on the main meat of the buds, not the little sugar leaves. I like to see minimum clear, majority cloudy, and some amber. Majority cloudy is where you'll want to be for potency. You're just looking to get earlier in the ripening window. As the flowers get more mature, more of the trichomes get amber colored. If you want to harvest early in the ripening window, still look for mostly cloudy, a small amount amber, and some clear.

I have a macro project where I take pictures and when I zoom in I can clearly see the trichomes, I also like them to be half brown and half milky, I think that combination is the most balanced.

If what you say is true, when there are no more white pistils, it is because the plant is ready to cut too, but the trichomes speak for themselves.

I have an image with respect to the trichomes as a guide, I imagine that you have seen it some time ago.

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I have a macro project where I take pictures and when I zoom in I can clearly see the trichomes, I also like them to be half brown and half milky, I think that combination is the most balanced.

If what you say is true, when there are no more white pistils, it is because the plant is ready to cut too, but the trichomes speak for themselves.

I have an image with respect to the trichomes as a guide, I imagine that you have seen it some time ago.

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I consider the ratio of white pistils and overall appearance of the plant first. When that indicates its close to the harvest window, then I start checking trichomes more frequently.
 

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As some friends of the community are pending of this follow-up, I took some photos this morning of the buds and reviewing photos of how I have cut before and also old manuscripts that I found on the subject of cutting, I came to the conclusion that this plant is ready, today is exactly 64 days and could cut tomorrow, but also on Wednesday, the date that gives the bank is 70 to 100 days, but this is always an approximate of when to cut.

In my opinion cut a little earlier but observing symptoms of maturity as more than half of the pistils brown this already indicates that you can cut, another aspect that many growers forget is that after cutting the plant is still maturing and degrading a little trichomes so it is good to cut at the point or perhaps a little earlier.

Anyway I leave photos of the buds so that you can observe how it is and leave your opinions that are also interesting.

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Tracker

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As some friends of the community are pending of this follow-up, I took some photos this morning of the buds and reviewing photos of how I have cut before and also old manuscripts that I found on the subject of cutting, I came to the conclusion that this plant is ready, today is exactly 64 days and could cut tomorrow, but also on Wednesday, the date that gives the bank is 70 to 100 days, but this is always an approximate of when to cut.

In my opinion cut a little earlier but observing symptoms of maturity as more than half of the pistils brown this already indicates that you can cut, another aspect that many growers forget is that after cutting the plant is still maturing and degrading a little trichomes so it is good to cut at the point or perhaps a little earlier.

Anyway I leave photos of the buds so that you can observe how it is and leave your opinions that are also interesting.

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I wouldn't chop that yet.
 

Arsonist

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I wouldn't chop that yet.
Hi Tracker, why wouldn't you cut it? I have a very good work done by a colleague with several powerful arguments specifying when to cut and why.

Do you have photos of plants that you have cut before? I ask this to know what is your criteria for cutting, you cut them when there are no white hairs? do you like very narcotic plants? or do you prefer instead that the effect is to stay active and awake?

I will try to translate the friend's work into English because they are Spanish and I will publish it at some point.

Tomorrow I'm planning to water it almost like a root wash but no, because I already have 2 weeks watering only with water and already with this it is practically a root wash.
 


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