Recent Bud Pics

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Indoors' started by big_milsy, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. Hello Guys,

    Here are some recent pics of my most recent grow. It is just a simple soil grow set up in a cab. The plants are about 3-4 weeks from harvest (approx) by my estimation.

    Both plants where grown from seeds bought from Nirvana. The plant on the left is a indica with heat resistant properties. The plant on the right (my fav) is a big bud X northen lights strain.

    The idea is to use clones from the best plants in the upper chamber which will be flowered in the bottom chamber for subsiquent grows. Thinking I can squeeze 3-4 plants in there if I flower them right away and get rid of that massive fan.

    Enjoy the pics!
     

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  2. Beautiful..just beautiful....i like the set up too. +rep :hello:
     
  3. co sign
     
  4. ya man those look real good bro. I always thought about buyin one of those giant cabinets at like home depot. what is the white paper you put on the walls? Do u think tin foil would help spread light? happy tokin
     
  5. Thanks guys :) This is actually my first time I have gotten a grow to this stage of development. Had to chop down my previous grows but this one is here to stay.

    The White things on the walls are A4 computer paper. Yes, you are right Stok, the walls could be far better designed and a simple coat of white paint would do the trick. One of those things I would like to do shortly, probably right after I chop them.

    Ill post some more pics tonight. I sampled a bottom bud with a mate and was, in terms of THC strength anyways, better than anything we have smoked before so I am very pleased with myself.

    Thanks again for the kind words =)

    -Milsy
     
  6. Hello guys,

    I have added a few more pics from the grow. These pics are about 1 week after the last pics.

    From one of the pics, you can notice that my hairs are just starting to turn brown so I have to start thinking about harvesting.

    I am likely going to feed one last time tonight. Any opinions on me doing this?

    Enjoy the pics!!!

    -Milsy
     

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  7. :)

    Good job pal, keep up the good work, and don't forget to send me a bud!!

    Hiigel
     
  8. I wouldn't stop feeding them just yet, those hairs are just turning cause it's the other growth, a new wave of growth is going to start and just make them push it out in like the 6-8 week period... like you said they have like another 3 weeks left... they do look like they really like it in that cabinet and man if you veg those other babies for the whole time the others are flowering you'll have a real nice next grow.. :)
     
  9. Thanks for the advice irieluv. I took it and did feed the plants tonight. Your right, still plently of growth to expect yet yet still to far away from harvest to worry about bud taste.

    These 2 planst love the conditions but I originally started with 20 seeds in total. My grow room does go beyond 30 degreed celcius which some of the plants did not like whilst the 2 growing now dont seem to mind at all.

    Ill keep this post updated for those interested.

    -Milsy
     
  10. hey man, those plants look great!!

    Just curious to which methods you used on this plant... did you top it at all ? doesnt look like LST ? im just curious because i want to try topping my next plants and wondering how well it worked for you ?
     
  11. Gday Sky,

    Yes, I didnt want to do any kind of LST or topping initially on the first plants as I had no idea how these plantd would grow. What did start to happen is that the bushier plant (the indica) got a little bit to big late in the vegative phase so I had to sheer off its top. Also, about half way though the flowering, the tops started to burn so I had to do andother topping.

    This is certainly not the ideal way to do this but I now have clones of both these hardy plants and know how trhey will grow and perform so I can better plan my next cycle.

    Hope this helps and thanks for the compliment!
     
  12. what lights are u using and how long did u veg?
     
  13. The top chamber contains 4 long Flurecent lights and are only really used for seedlings, clones and early vegging. Think about 16 or so watts per bulb.

    The bottom chamber contains a 400 watt HPS bulb and is used for late vegging and flowering. Heat is the main problem tho it isnt enough of an issue to greatly affect the plants growth.

    The 2 plants in the bottom chamber were vegged for about 4-5 weeks if I remember correctly. I try not to go off precise timing as I have found its better to watch your plants and change cycles, feed and flush as I deem fit.

    Hope this helps!
     
  14. nice grow man. I am growing big bid right now for the first time and was wondering what kind of results, yield wise (dry weight), you are expecting from the northern lights/big bud plant. either way that top cola looks real nice. good work!
     
  15. I have absolutely no idea Jam in terms of final weight as I havent got a grow up to this stage before. As long as I can have a few cones and give a few samples to mates then im quite happy. I actually enjoy the growing more than I do the smoking!

    This grow cycle is really my experiemental grow to find the best plants from my original 20 seeds and to learn how the strains perform. The reason for the big phat cola is that no real topping or LST was done on this plant. Some growers love this type of cola and SOG grows concentraite on just this part of the plant.

    My next grow, I would like 4 similar colas per plant (3 or 4 plants in total) with shorter overall plants to avoid wasting grow space, particularly at the bottom of the plants. To do this, I have already topped and pinched my clones and once they recover nicely, I will likely repot them and tie them down once. After that, veg for a week and start flowering again. Ahhhhhh the cycle of life :)

    Best of luck with your grow, maybe post us a few pics too!
     
  16. Some more pics to share guys.

    Currently, I still have my indica strain flowering which I will be harvesting tonight.

    Im far happier with the BB X Northen Lights strain as its buds were quite fat and flowering time was quite low overall. Smells great too, not to skunky and more sweet than sour.

    The plants that are vegging have been topped, LSTed then topped about 5 growing tips on each plant again. I really want to manipulate my next grow to keep it short with plenty of colas.

    The plan is to repot the vegging clones, give it 1 week vegging under the HPS (mostly for good root development plus I want to take the next generation of clones) then flower again. Im hoping for a large yield.

    Enjoy the pics guys, if you have any questions, feel free to ask!

    -Milsy
     

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