Well after considering my past results with various seeds and photoperiod vs autoflowering I have decided to go Photoperiod, Dutch Passion feminised Blueberry The mainline method pictured here will be used again…….
You are browsing archives for
Tag: Mainlining for 8
Blueberry Grow Closure, just thought I’d let you know my thoughts on the grow, spectacular buds almost too dense just borderline so they dry and cure completely. The next couple pictures here are buds cut August 3rd 2016 that’s nearly 4 months curing, maintaining 60-65% RH. No real blueberry scent or taste like I hoped for, […]
Blueberry Buds Curing These are very solid Blueberry Buds Curing, buds that are loaded with flowers matter of fact all flowers, which will take more time to cure. When pulling these buds apart you can see the little flowers all packed tight, with red hairs everywhere. The very bottoms of the bud leaves that remain […]
Blueberry Harvest any day now This particular bud of this Blueberry Sister looks so similar to a bud of a previous strain that they could be related strains, The Blueberry bud calyxes really look swollen, and covered with trichomes.
You can see the handy gym wires I’ve strung this will come in handy to support the colas as the buds gain weight.
This update reports EXPLOSIVE bud growth! The difference side by side with similar adjusted conditions the main-lined plant is Blueberry Sister #1 and was trained for eight stems or Colas. I will post the pictures that show clearly the more than double size in bud, flower and pistil developments.
Dissolvable Solution is all Important I’ve been using Hydroponic-Research products with my Aeroponic system and I can’t say enough about the excellent dissolvability, with the fine mist this system produces it’s all important.
Gye wires and support collars for # 1 the main line project The best way for me is to run light plastic coated soft copper wire, to help support and manage the soon too heavy colas.
5/15/16 50 days old Switched to full power flower and 13/11 light schedule at about 10:30 this morning. Look at the thickness of these stems, I’m going to start trimming fan leaves soon.