Strain Name: Pink Kush X Northern Lights
Strain Type: Indica Dom
Strain Breeder: Instagram Banned Breader
Growing medium: Supersoil
Growing Ferts: EWC & Compost Tea & Top Dress
Let's start this with a shout-out to @jonyoudyer for this awesome challenge and I am now ready to get the next one underway. I know I am the only one that finished one but she was finished early and small so the count SUCKED.
When it comes to growing this strain I have not really done any logs on weedcash more so was saving it for this challenge blog.
When I took this clone I was truly not even sure if it was female. I took the chance as I always do prefer to grow regular seeds as female is no different the GMO to make them have females genetics.
With this pot I never finished working on it I was continuing to water it and add amendments to keep building the soil. One thing I am happy to find is the worms have still been building a colony and making more worm castings.
The transplant was quite easy with this as I am use to using these pots for my clones. As long as you pull the plant out before the roots grow t far out the bottom you will be fine.
I have left the old stock and root in the soil as that is the old building block for the soil. It is full of mycorrhizal that will move over to the new roots and add much-needed protection.
These roots are super healthy and white, I am likely to change my to another pot before they get the chance to fill out the whole .3-gallon pots.
As you can see even the .3 gallon pot has some small baby worms that likely hatched from the EWC.
This plant will be going through a lot more training than the maple Cookies did but for now, this has had all the leaf tips trimmed back ( Never did when cloned) to allow for the roots to grow into the soil in this 5-gallon pot.
The top dress for likey the next 4 weeks will be a mix of alfalfa and kelp. I likely to add a mix of EWC and Rock dust as well but that will only come once every 2 weeks. I am working on a cover crop seed
With compost teas, I will not be adding too many of these for the first 4 weeks or more. This small of a pot it is very easy to change the PH with teas I have found.