****AK47 grow from seeds from an incredibly strong bag of it ! ****

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by InternationalBeanSmuggler, Sep 15, 2017.

  1. A new girl ! Critical Bilbao.
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  2. Sunshine

    Sunshine Well-Known Member

    That's great! :party::party::party: What a nice lineup of strains :heart_eyes:
    Looks like it's time for some repotting :idea:
     
  3. 50 litres of bio bizz all mix on the way !
     
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  4. BudMonster

    BudMonster Active Member

    smoked some critical in the dam and it was dank shiz. nice find man
     
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    I swapped these for 5 Jamaicans.
     
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  6. Sunshine

    Sunshine Well-Known Member

    Excellent! Nice score on the Widow seeds, I bet you'll find a nice keeper amongst them for sure :cool:
    How are the temps in there? Looks like a really nice tidy setup to me :sun:
     
  7. 28.2 c 73 % humidity- they were given a good soak before in the tent. I keep them on the balcony during the day then in the tent at night. On the patio for 10 hours then in the tent for 6. They sleep when i sleep.
    Making the most of the free sun while temps are ok.
     
  8. Sunshine

    Sunshine Well-Known Member

    Those numbers are spot on! Great work :sun:
     
  9. Thanks . We will soon see if we get a good keeper ! Started the 6 widows. I want a mix of Jamaican sativa and white widows, critical , ak47 for first crop.I may veg everything while flip the Jamaican sativas for 6 weeks to 12/12 , a head start as some go for of course 14 weeks ... maybe more who knows?
     
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  10. Sunshine

    Sunshine Well-Known Member

    I love the way hempy looks! Can't wait to see them in their new homes :)
     

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