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Strawberry Cough, Skunk #1 by MSNL seeds.

CrimemasterGoGo

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Hey guys ! It's finally getting a little warmer here and I thought it's the perfect time to start a grow. I'm growing Strawberry Cough & skunk #1 by MSNL seeds.

Here are some pictures of my one week old Strawberry Cough plant. Germinating 3 more SC seeds and 2 skunk #1 seeds.
 

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CrimemasterGoGo

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Hey guys ! hows it going? some updates on my strawberry cough plant.
Last week my dog broke one of the branches of the plant and the growth kind of halted for some days but its finally recovering now as you can see in the pictures below. The plant seems to be streching out a lot, Is that an early indication that it may turn out to be a male?

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next picture is of my skunk#1 plant which doesn't seem to be growing at all for some reason. It germinated from the start only the growth has been very very slow. I haven't overwatered it either. And now it seems like its losing its colour and slowly withering.


last picture is of my stinky seeds stink bomb fem, which took over a week to germinate but since the germination its growing at a good pace, its been two days since I put her in the soil.

couple of my seedlings died, I think because of the heat from the 200 Watt hps might have been too much for them ( the cotyledons opened and then turned yellow and died)

I also have germinated couple more skunk#1 and strawberry cough seeds just to replace the seedlinngs that didn't make it.
 

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Sunshine

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Hey @CrimemasterGoGo 👍 Nice variety of strains you've got going! Is the plan to finish them outside or flower them off under the light?
Are you using halogen or hps or both on them?
I'd pot the stretchy one up into a larger container and get her closer to the light if you can. Good luck with your newly planted seeds 🌱
 

CrimemasterGoGo

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Hey ! @Sunshine. The plan is to flower them outside in the sun. Next couple months are gonna have ideal temps for weed growth here so just makes more sense to make the most of it. I'm currently using 2 halogen bulbs 100 watt each. I

Is this the right time to transplant the big one ? Was waiting for it to get a bit bushy before I transplant it and switch to flower.

I'm currently giving the plants 20 hours of light, will it switch to flowering if I put it outside in the sun ? ( Currently getting 12+ hrs of light here everyday ).
 

Sunshine

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Hey ! @Sunshine. The plan is to flower them outside in the sun. Next couple months are gonna have ideal temps for weed growth here so just makes more sense to make the most of it
Sounds like a great idea 🆒
I'm currently using 2 halogen bulbs 100 watt each
This is probably causing some of the stretching, halogens do/will work but aren't ideal lighting for plants. Led/cfl/hid are better options and will give you tighter nodes with less heat but I understand sometimes you've got to go with what's on hand.
Is this the right time to transplant the big one ? Was waiting for it to get a bit bushy before I transplant it and switch to flower.
Yes, the earlier the better, the only danger is overwatering in a large/r container but with care this can be avoided.
I'm currently giving the plants 20 hours of light, will it switch to flowering if I put it outside in the sun ? ( Currently getting 12+ hrs of light here everyday ).
Yes you're right, if the light hours dropped from 20 to 14 or less then it will trigger flowering.
 

CrimemasterGoGo

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Sorry to hear about that @CrimemasterGoGo , it sounds like "damping off" - if you search google images you'll be able to confirm or eliminate.
The bushy girl is really starting to grow nicely, you can certainly see the difference between the last two pics 👍
Yes, she really has picked up pace in the last few days. The strain is strawberry cough. Just googled damping off and thats exactly what happened to my seedlings. will keep that in mind from next time.
 
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