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  Quote bartmanuk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 February 2009 at 21:10
the sensi write up for nl says its a pure indica, surley they used their own nl in the black dom?
 
even the sensi black dom write up says its four prime examples of Cannabis Afghanica, i thought afghanicas were all indica.
 
 
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 February 2009 at 21:42
NL is a cross of an afghani and a thai. I have no idea what thai, wether a sat or indica. But it definatly has thai in it. The original cuts sensi have surely do anyway, as those are the originals.
 
What the others have in them is anyones guess. I rekon it's pretty hard to say a plant is 100% indica unless you know exactly where it originated from, and from what genetics. So perhaps the ortega and hash plant have a bit of sat in them somewhere.
 
Infact, i wonder what the breeder is actually referring to when they say 90% indica, 10% sat. They surely can't know what % is what. So maybe they are trying to give a general idea of what traits the plant will carry.
 
Seeing as they used a sensi black domina and selfed it, if sensis black domina is indeed nothing but pure 100% indica, then their seeds must be too. It's perhaps a better question for Ganja. I want to know what sort of thai was in the NL, as it definatly contains it in some form according to lots of different literature i've read.
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  Quote bartmanuk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 February 2009 at 22:48
just been doing a bit of research, and it seems the history of the nl is a bit contradicting, i found some that says its an indica thai, and some say a sativa thai, so as you say, who the feck knows for sure, lol.
i reckon if sensi say its pure indica then the thai must have been an indica thai, everything i found also said it had thai in.
 
 
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 February 2009 at 03:28
Right, little update. Had a minor hiccup with the SA. Think i slightly overfed it on it's first feed, as it's a light feeder, the ch9 flower would of liked a bit stronger i think. I willl have to make seperate feeds for them.

Both are growing nicely, the ch9 flower is really starting to take off now and grow, the SA not far behind.

Very excited as my Tiburan/Shark germed today. 36 hours, another spanish miracle. Can't wait to try this strain. It's a super skunk/nl cross, is easy to grow and has great flavour. Has placed in a few of the comps the sweetseeds stuff has. expecting some nice bud from this one and plan to clone it. Should be like a super shiva skunk.

Stuck it into a 1 litre pot of 70/30 coco/perlite tonight. Fed with an EC of 0.87 (including tap water EC), ph 5.72. Decided to put this is a 1 litre pot as i think the 3 litres are slightly big for coco seedlings.

My white widow/big bud is also nearly up. Can see it pushing through, will be up by tomorrow. Am going to bang this into a 1 litre pot of coco too. And would like to clone this too. Never grown a widow. Are they light/moderate/heavy feeders?
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 06:46
Getting some really vigourous growth from the coco plants. Compared to the soil you can just see the difference instantly. I stuck the ww/bb in soil, and it's half the size of the tiburan that went in at the sametime.

The ch9 and sweet affie are really taking off. They've huge leafs and very thick stems for plants only about 5-6 inches tall. They also seem much stockier and less strtechy than the soil plants. I'[m not sure if this is to do with coco, or just they had more light at the start when they were on their own. But the tiburan is also looking very stocky.

At this rate i'll have the ch9 and SA into flower in 14 days max. They are really taking off above the surface now and look so healthy, it even suprises me considering it's my first try.

Both are being fed EC 1.8 now at ph 5.7-5.8. I'll put some pictures of them up tomorrow, bit late now. Also have a couple of new ones in veg too. A sweet tai, and another ch9. I did have an ice, but it died after breaking the surface and looked a runt. These are in soil. Biobizz allmix to be exact, and i'm really pissed about the quality of the biuobizz allmix. It's  gone way downhill. I've been using plagron which is very good, fluffy soil. Now this biobizz has huge lumps of bark in it, things which look and feel like wires, loads of stringy shit, rocks, and hardly any perlite. If i didn't have my own perlite not sure what i'd do.

Never buying biobizz soil again, and it puts me off buying their nutes again now mine are allmost gone. I get good results with them, but i'm going to give the bio-canna a go instead and see what's up. Heard it's good. Biobizz, sort your allmix out please!
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  Quote OrganicGaz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 14:02
biobizz has huge lumps of bark.. funny you say that my last bags have been over loaded with this and when I say big bits i mean it. I was thinking going plagron what nutes are you using with plagron soil . cheers
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 14:15
I kept using the biobizz nutes on the plagron soil. Made no differance, though i'm sure the ones in biobizz soil aren't going to be as nice now. The plagron was lovely and fluffy, no lumps or chunks or rocks. Enough perlite that you don't really need to add your own. Got about 40 dam litres of the biobizz left now too, so i'll have to use it, but certainly won't be buying again.

The canna soil is supposed to be good too. A mate uses it and that is very fluffy and nice, but a little more expensive than the plagron, and i find the plagron as good to the touch and eye really and is the same price as the biobizz.
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  Quote OrganicGaz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 15:06
Nice mate, I have used cana plus before don't get me wrong the soil was fine but it has nothing in it you need to start feeding early, Also I had to water every two days using canna anything after that the soil was dead dry, I'm in the same environment with biobizz and I'm feeding every four days so thats one good point about bio, 
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 16:17
Get the plagron then man. I'm not getting the canna if its like that. The plagron allmix had plenty of food for the plants until flowering. Probably a good 4-6 weeks of food in there before you really need to feed them. It has an EC of 1.8.

Had really good results with the plagron plants i'm smoking now. Shame i went back to biobizz, but there we are, never again.
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  Quote bartmanuk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 21:39
shit man thats not good about the all mix, i bought a bag a couple of weeks ago, and the geezer in the shop had just had 80 bags delivered the day before, thankfully my bag is as good as usual, but i dont hold much hope for the rest of his stock if a couple of you have had trouble with it.
 
 
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  Quote Nemo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 21:50
Glad to hear you're recovering well from the pest invasion mate.

Must admit I've been considering switching soil, or to canna for a while. The BioBizz soil is very random as you say, sometimes it's great but sometimes it's just huge chunks of everything. Also, I've been very impressed with the canna boost and rhizo so was considering switching my nutes over anyway. Just got the bio-boost and bio-rhizo, and if they work out as good as the regular boost and rhizo I'll probably move over to the bio-vega and bio-flores and pk 13/14 if I stick with soil. Will probably keep using the Algamic though.
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 21:57
Biobizz allways had little lumps of bark and the occasional wirey thing in it, but the last two bags i bought have had large chunks of bark, rocks and weird wirey things. Never find any of these in the plagron. Don't know why i bouight biobizz really, they had plagron there. I think it was because the EC of biobizz allmix is 2.4, and so i thought i'd get away with feeding later, but not really worth it. Have to dig through all the dirt i put in the pots to dig out lumps of this and that.

I do like the nutrient line though, and if i don't prefer the bio-canna, will more than likely switch back and stay with it, aslong as it stays the same.

One weird thing i've had with my biobizz nutes is the grow and bloom and top max i've had for over a year, and the grow and bloom and fine, but the top max smells like it's gone rotten or something. It really stinks, and wasn't like this before, it was quite sweet smelling. So i don't use it anymore, though i rated that aswell, higher than the bud-xl. The headmtasta i'm using now though is also very good. Would like to do a side-by-side with it and the top max like i did with the bud-xl, but i'm not buying another litre of it now.

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  Quote bartmanuk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 22:04
i used top max when i 1st started growing, a mate gave me a full bottle, and it was already a year or so old when i got it, but it was fine, then one day i opened it, and it smelt like proper rotten eggs. its as if it just went off over night.
 
 
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  Quote Nemo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 22:05
That's exactly my experience of all-mix. Except recently I also seem to get huge chunks of what looks a lot like human hair. Mostly I considered switching because I seem to be using Greens more often than Growell these days and Greens don't stock BioBizz soil.

I'm also a little concerned by the top max though. I've had several bottles of it and not one has been the same thickness. The first one was really thick and the most recent is very thin. This makes me wonder how uniform the quality is.

I was using topmax and canna boost in conjunction, but I think I will drop out the top max after the current batch runs out.
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  Quote Solidopc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 March 2009 at 22:12
Yea, the clumps of hairy shit, i've nop idea what that is, but they are becoming huge, and you need to tear them apart, and break the soil down, and remove all unwanted items, before you can even plant a dam seed. Definatly try the plagron if you are in the market for a new soil. It's much better, you can feel it in your hand.

And if you're in the market for a new bloom stim, i have to recommend headmasta. It's very cheap at £10 a litre and you only ever use 1ml/litre. It is very good at what it does and produces thick flowers which are very dense at harvest. It's supposedly organic aswell but it's not OMRI listed like biobizz as far as i can tell. But it doesn't leave any nasty taste and i've not been flushing any longer. Their regen-a-root is good too. I will admit i prefer the H&G roots excelurator, but it's very expensive, and regeen does the job.
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