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small, slow cubensis strain
    #8764753 - 08/12/08 09:41 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I am new to the indoor growing thing and I chose to use the PF Tek method for my first attempt.  I have some creeper and some burma strains of cubensis goin right now.  The creeper has taken off with big fruits and maturing seemingly overnight.  On the other hand the burma are agonizingly slow to mature and when the finally do they are small.  with caps like a marble and stems 2 inches long. 

The creeper is starting its 2nd big flush and the burma is on its first right now.  after they exhaust the nutrients in the substrate I am goin to switch to wheat berries and use a "dish tub".  On the site I got the syringes from it said the burma were fairly large and potent; I have yet to see either ( I havent tried them yet ).  I wonder if the slowness and the midgetness is because of the substrate.  Maybe they will take off with more room and a more nutrient medium to play in.  ie: wheat berries in a tub


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Re: small, slow cubensis strain [Re: igrowdit]
    #8765234 - 08/12/08 11:08 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

did you try the dunk and roll tek? usually hydration is key but this seems more like a problem with humidity or gas exchange...Try getting more airflow to the cake and keep the humidity high. Other than that I'm not sure. I've heard tales with some strains that 1st flushes are nasty then the subsequent flushes more than make up for it...good luck  :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:


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