It´s been a long time, I know.... and the reason for the hiatus is about health issues. I´m now back at homebase beginning March but had a small mishap that caused me a sudden landing of my right foot on the floor when I stumbled on a rolled carpet in the middle of my cellar. My fault that I didn´t turn on the light even though I knew the carpet has been there for months. I am not totally gone from this platform, in fact I am doing my curation by upsmoking a lot of posts when I´ve had the time.
Today I´d like to share with you what I ´ve been into the last weeks. During my stay in Andalucia, Southern Spain, I had been visiting Grow shops there and buying seeds and collecting seed freebies. I have a total of 27 seeds of various strains mostly auto feminine types that grow and flower in a short period of time between 60-70 days.
This isn´t the first time I am growing from seeds... the first time had been some 30 years back when we brought along seeds from Amsterdam. When medicinal cannabis became legal in Austria, I only got cloned ones from the grow shop.
Here are some of the spanish seeds I germinated on April 10.
1x OG Kush
1x California Kush
2x Green Poison
2x Choco Skunk
1 Northern Light
The OG Kush and 1 Choco Skunk didn´t make it, but the rest are ok as you can see in my images. It´s been 18 days now and the newbies are between 12-13 cm tall. I´ve been watering them with pure mineral water, the one water that we drink and they seem to like it.
I am not using any feeds at the moment and once the stems are thicker I will be giving them feed , perhaps I´ll start next week when I go get some clones from the grow shop. I used Terra Vega and Terra Flores from my last growing of clones. And I think I won´t have a problem with those feeds. I think I got a good fertilizer in powder form from the Grow Shop from the coast, I will surely use it soon as the newbies have grown taller and thicker.
I will elaborate more on these strains in my next post. Meantine, all newbies seem to be healthy and I hope they stay that way. I´ll cross my fingers!