Pink Floyd- Jan. 2024

Bloom Day 12
Plants 3, 5 and 8 remain. Both Angel's Breath were males. Down to 5 plants, 3 Pink Floyd, 1 Pink Kush and 1 RockStar.
Lighting has been reduced to 600W HPS and I might put them in a 4ft. X 4ft. grow tent to free up this space for seeds that arrived today!
 

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Bloom Day 17
I moved them into a closet 3ft. X 6ft. X 8ft., lighting is a 400W HPS and a 165W LED. 4 plants in this closet, the Pink Floyd's are under the HPS, the Pink Kush is under the LED.
Bamboo stakes for support and adding Mills C4 Flower Enhancer, Bloom Promoter.
 

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Cuttings are now under a 315W CMH
Pink Floyd 3 cutting is a vigorous plant, it was first to root, 3 days ahead of the other two and is much larger.
We'll see how the other two look in 3 days, keep you posted.
 

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Hello everyone, this PF3 cutting is really growing rapidly, it was topped on Feb.18 and transplanted today into a 3 gallon pot, guy at the shop told me 'it's a 5 gallon pot', not beside my 5 gallon bucket, I told him ;)
I used some mycorrhizal inoculant when transplanting. I'm going to transplant PF5 and PF8 in a few days, they're not big enough yet. Using the same size pots and mycorrhizal powder to keep everything even when transplanting for fair comparison.
Bloom Day 20 in the closet. Plants look happier, healthier in this environment, PF3 is in the foreground, under both hps and LED where they overlap.
 

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Bloom Day 25
I have 3 phenos to choose from and it's looking very nice!
I would have liked more selection, but these 3 are all unique in structure.
Comparing these three, PF5 is the shortest in height and has the shortest internodal distance, CM leaning pheno. Maybe a yielder?
PF3 is the 'middle of the road' pheno, exhibiting the most equal proportions of CM and Haze.
PF8 is the lanky girl, showing the haze influence.
I'm excited about all of these choices :)
 

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Transplanted PF5 yesterday into a 3 gallon pot, still waiting for PF8 to grow a little larger for transplanting, she's on the table with seedlings (see photo). New seedlings are 3 Master Kush Skunk (germ. Feb.16), 8 Early Queen (germ. Feb.17) and 2 Auto Pink Kush (germ. Feb.18). MKS in the foreground, Early Queen have no markers.
PF3 cutting is growing very quickly, it's been 5 days since transplant into her 3 gallon home.
 

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