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    Posted: 14 September 2012 at 20:17
After search in this forum about the phenotype responses of Sensi Hindu Kush and Afghani #1 and not encountering so much, I made the decision to post here some results. I  postponed the decision to grow some cannabis this year until late, first days of June.

I'm in the 40th north parallel, with a Mediterranean climate. I fond a spot with silty loam soil, which has a good drainage. Going for the basics, I bought Sensi Hindu Kush and Afghani #1 and germinate them. 20 seeds, 20 seedlings on June 9th. After preparing the growing location I put the plants in the soil on July 10th, with 32 days old, giving each one 20l of compost.

I'm irrigating them with a four days interval, mixing regular fertilizer solutions in the proportion of 1.5ml/l. Until floration:  7-5-6 by irrigation and foliar application (2.5ml/l) of a fertilizer with 160g/l N and 240g/l Ca; all with all microelements. From floration, August 26th for Hindu Kush and September 2nd for Afghani #1, it was prepared one application of gypsum solution 0.4ton/ha (0.8kg/40l) and started to administrate 5-8-10 by irrigation.

On floration, from the initial 20 seeds, it was obtained 50% Hindu Kush females and 70% Afghani #1 females.

The seedlings on the 7th day:


The growth response:

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July 21th, 43 days growth. 1st row on the left, Hindu Kush. 2nd row from the left and 3rd, Afghani #1.

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August 10th, 63 days growth. 1st row and 2nd from the right, Afghani #1. 3rd row from the right, Hindu Kush.

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August 19th, 72 days growth. Hindu Kush male flowers.

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great garden & a nice thorough grow diary, im looking forward to the show
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August 27th, 80 days growth. 1st row and 2nd from the right, Afghani #1. 3rd row from the right, Hindu Kush.  Background to the left, another Afghany #1 row. 2nd day in Hindu Kush general floration.


Hindu Kush female flowers, 2nd day (considered)  general floration.

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  Quote organicgrow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 September 2012 at 23:54
Great looking plants best of luck for the rest of the grow %3chumbs%20Up
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  Quote Viriathus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 00:02
Almost 13h daylight duration, August 31st, 84 days growth.
Hindu kush female plant, 190-195cm height, 6 day general floration.


Afghani #1 female plant, +-230cm height, 2 days from starting (general) floration.

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  Quote Viriathus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 00:25
September 13rd, 97 days growth. Hindu kush female plant, 19 days general floration. I didn't had time to measure but it is with perhaps 210-220cm height.


Afghani #1 female plant, didn't measure but +-240cm height, 12 days (general) floration.


High Afghani #1 female plant, last measure on September 4th has 275-280cm, now perhaps +-290-300cm height. 12 days (general) floration. One branch in the base had broken when passing to irrigate.

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  Quote Viriathus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 00:48
Next to do: tie two lines on the piles, each row, to tie the main stem and support the heavier branches.
I'm looking frequently to the weather forecast, hoping I will not need to improvise a greenhouse. There is the risk of flowering branches breaking off with the rain water weight, not to talk about fungus risk.
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  Quote sicklehand Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 01:00
your killing it viria, just like your name sake, nice healthy trees i wish i had your climate to be able to grow kush's etc id be a happy man
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  Quote Viriathus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 01:28
Originally posted by sicklehand

your killing it viria, just like your name sake, nice healthy trees i wish i had your climate to be able to grow kush's etc id be a happy man

I should had given them more space. I wasn't expecting this growth. I should had put the Hindu Kush on the south side or had pruned the Afghani #1: the Afghani #1 are higher than the Hindu Kush.

The tallest plant I had, was one I grow from a "Sensi Indoor Mix". It had 170cm and went until November 24th, with more or less 70++ floration days. The more narcotic and psichedelic plant I had. Even compared with one Super Skunk I grew in the year before, the weed more anti-social I had ever smoked.
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  Quote alecky Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 21:02
Excellent job Viriathus, your plants are a picture of health, wishing you a great harvest.
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  Quote munzy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 September 2012 at 23:33
ANDWHAT
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Rémi Gaillard...take a look !
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