Introducing the Chemdawg Beginner Grow Series

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Introducing the Chemdawg Beginner Grow Series

The First Timer Chemdawg Grow by Claire!


What up Cannabis Growers and welcome back to GreenBox Grown.  So today we are going to start a new video series and this is actually something that I haven't done before. So what we are going to do is have my girlfriend Claire here, who is actually never grown cannabis before. She is going to do her very own grow series. So all she is going to be using for her grow resources or for her grow guidance as she is going to be using my step by step grow videos from our premium content section. And yeah it is going to be her very first time growing and she's going to be doing this all by herself. So do you want to tell them what strain you are going to be growing?

 Yeah so I am going to be germinating five seeds but we will pick the best two out of five, and I am going to be using a 2 by 4 tent, and Chemdawg is the one. Ya so we are going to be growing Chemdawg by the iLoveMarijuana seed bank. So yeah she is going to be in that to buy for tent and she was going to have the 600 watt light going. We are probably actually going to germinate three of the seeds, we have 5 total but she is only going to be growing 2 Total plant so we are going to pick the two best from those three. 

Or maybe we will germinate for just depends on what we go with, but yeah she is going to be using the 2 gallon or I'm sorry that the 3 gallon air pots. She has the fox farm ocean forest soil going and then the dirty dozen by Fox Farm for nutrients. Before we get started I do want to remind you guys that if you do want to check out those step by step grow videos, we do have a two-week free trial to that entire Grow Video Library.  And all you have to do is visit the link right here on your screen to sign up for that, it is free of charge and you can cancel at any time for that first payment.

 And we will have these videos all uploaded on YouTube, this is going to be a free groceries. But we do have more detailed or step-by-step videos where I explain everything that is done to the plants each day. And show you guys the best things to do for the best results. So again if you want to check those out and sign up for that free trial, just check out the link on your screen and now let's get started with the germination of the seeds.


So I am choosing to drop all five of them into the glass of water, and we are going to be checking on them every few hours to make sure that or we will tap them to make sure that they get down to the bottom of the glass. And we will be back in about 15 hours or so to update you on the 5 seedlings here. And see which one is going to be sprouting into gold. Yessir so we will be back here in 15 hours.

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So we are back 15 hours later and we dumped out some of the excess water. And we are going to dump the water out onto this paper towel with a heating pad under it. Okay and we are going to keep them in this moist paper towel until they sprout up until a half-inch. And we are going to keep them covered here and then put this other plate on top.

And keep it on this heating pad and then we will check on them to see which one sprouted. So we should be back here in 24 hours to give you guys an update on that and like she was saying we are just waiting for them to sprout a Taproot a half inch in length and then we will plant it. So one extra tip that she didn't mention as you want to check on this paper towel that they are soaking in every 10, 6 to 10 hours.

So that you can make sure that the paper towel isn't drying out and that you want to make sure that it stays moist. Because if it does dry out that can kill the seeds and with it on and heat mat you just want to make sure it doesn't get too hot because of that will dry it out. So we will see you guys back here in 24 hours.

 Hi we are back here a day later, and two of the seeds are ready to be planted. So we are going to take the pH thermometer here and turn it on, you go to the left. You are going to put it in the water and then we are going to get to 5.5 pH because that is optimal. We are going to be using rockwool starter plugs so that is why we are going 5.5. Or as close to it, so you as long as you are within .2 of 5.5 you will be good. Okay we are at 5.65 so we are at a good range for that. And we are going to take that rockwool and we are going to soak it for 10 seconds.




And we are going to take it out and just shake it lightly as you don't want to squeeze it or anything. And we are going to put it right in here carefully. And so we are not going to be  touching the root and we are going to be very gentle when handling the seedlings. And we are going to take that, and we are going to place it face down with the root in to the, Root Down. Before you push it down make sure just pointing down in there though. And we're going to push the little root because you know what roots make us all grow. And we are going to push it in then we're going to make it as so so that even the ceiling is not showing and we are going to push it in.




 And we are going to make it at so. And that way nothing is showing and this root is planted and the seedling is Inward and that is a successful plant right there. All right so we will do the other one and then we will show you guys the seedlings going into the humidity Dome. And we are back here now placing the rockwool pods into the humidity Dome very carefully and gently. And now that I have placed them in the humidity down, we are going to be covering them with all of the vents and we will be back to mist and check on them. And the light schedule will be 18 hours on and 6 hours off. And we will be back here to check up on you in 24 hours.

 And we are back a day later to check on how the seeds are doing, and one has sprouted so we are just going to give them a good little mist and so they are quenched of their thirst, and then we will check on them in another 24 hours. And we are going to keep all of the settings the same, so we are just going to give a little rain shower so until next time, stay lit!

 And we are back here a day later to check in on how the seedlings are doing and their pods, they have some Sprout growth and we are just going to give them some more misting a couple times a day. And they look like they are growing well and getting enough light, and all the settings are still the same. And we will check in with you in about 24 hours, until then stay woke!

 Hi guys and we are back here two days later to put the sprouted seedlings into a fox Farms ocean soil mix. And I will be showing you how we are going to do that today. So we took red Solo cups and put a hole in the middle and for little bigger slashes. And then we took scissors and just clipped around the edges little slats all throughout the round of the circle. So we are going to take that cup and fill it up about halfway or wear that Top Line where that first stripe is for the Solo Cup.

And we are going to take the sprouted seedling pod and right there is the root. As you can see, and you are just going to place it in there, and you are going to want to fill the rest of the soil with your hands. About halfway so it can help stabilize the first a little plant. And it doesn't fall over. So I am going to do that.  And I'm going to fill it up this amount up to the brim and then that's about halfway up so that is supported. And we are going to do that for the next 2 and then we will show you when they are going to be put into the humidity Dome.

And we are back here after replacing the seedlings into the  Solo cups and we placed them in the humidity down. And you can see that they are just hanging out there and we are just going to give them a light misting and we are going to keep them on the 18 hours on and the 6 hours off light schedule. And we are going to just give them another misting and as you can see they are placed in the humidity down and we are going to put that top over it and we will be back in 24 hours to check in. And we are keeping the vents cracked a quarter of the way.

We are back here a day later in the ceilings are looking bigger. We are going to take the vents open them off the humidity down. And they are looking bigger and we are just going to give them a little misting and we are going to check back in a day later. Hey guys we are back here a day later, and we are going to take the humidity Dome off and work its way off so it is completely off for 24 hours a day. We have to lower the lights a little bit, and we are just going to keep missing them for today. And we are going to watch out for a few of the sets of fan leaves to appear and in that time we are going to give them their first nutrient feeding. And then once we see the roots at the bottom of the Solo cups, we are going to transplant them. Until then, Happy growing!

Hey guys we are back here a few days later and we have had some good stable growth happening, and it is time for the first nutrients feeding. So we are going to take that at 1/4 strength, and here is the nutrient schedule that we will be following. Again at 1/4 strength and we are just going to take the bottle of nutrients and we also added a quarter of the Cal Mag as well. So we are just going to take the bottle of nutrients and we are just going to do a light amount of water.  And you just want to get all of the soil wet and we are going to give them a misting of water after this and we will check back in tomorrow, until then Happy growing!

 Hey guys we back here a few days late and we are ready for transplant, so I have decided to take the best two of three that I think look healthiest. And we will be transplanting them into 5 gallon air pots. And now we are going to be doing the transplanting process, we are going to start by digging a hole that is as big as or as deep as the Solo cup is. You can put some of that soil in the other pot here if you want some of this out of the way for now. So I will just make a hole that is about as deep as the Solo Cup.

 And then we will be taking the plant and we will be loosening up right here so we can, and we are going to support the plant with the top of our hand and we are going to gently flip the cup over. Supporting the roots, and then we are going to gently put it into the air pot. And then we are going to just put the soil around it and make sure that the top of it is fully covered and supported. And that is how we are transplanting. And we will be back after we plant the second one for an update.

And we are back here after transplanting and we are going to show you the setup that we will be growing these in. We are going to be using a 2 by 4 tent and we will be using a bloom Beast 520 watt light. As long as the exhale CO2 bag, and we will be having a fan and as for the settings on the light, the only one that will be on is the seedling light and that will be at 40%. And the light is 18in above the plants. And that is the end of our setup and we are just going to water them and do a misting as well with just plain water. So we will start by misting, what we will do after we mist the plant is we will take the top off and we are going to be watering the soil.  And we are done with the germination and seedling phase and we will be back with day 1 of vegetation. For now stay lit! 




Alright GreenBox Growers that concludes the Germination and seedling phase for Claire's chemdawg beginner grow series. And as a reminder we will be doing in 18 hours on 6 hours off lighting schedule, and when we get back here it will be the start of day one for vegetation. All right so now that we are done with this first step in the grill, what would you say is easier than you expected and what would you say is more difficult than expected. The beginning process is more difficult just because you are learning new things and trying to grasp a very delicate process. Because it is almost like as precious as something that can fall out of or into crumbles into seconds. And you don't want a 140 day process to crumble, so just trying to recognize and realize the responsibility of that. So the difficulty maybe in the beginning was getting to know terminology and efficiency and why and how. And it wasn't difficult that's just something that is needing to be learned for anyone that's a new to Growing. It just takes a little bit of time. What's easier than I thought was just the transplanting process. I thought it was going to be a bigger ordeal than it was but once they start having the stems are supported. And the leaves are looking healthy, it is a lot more motivating and a lot more uplifting to see that okay it is moving along. Yeah it gets easier I think as it grows and stabilizes more and as you take care of it and get on a schedule and a routine. So the germination and the seed process is definitely more difficult because you have to watch out for more quality control and more versus now it is more nurturing the plant. Which is kind of touch and go, so it is a lot easier than I thought afterwards. Cool, so all right guys that concludes the first step in this grow series and like I was saying we will be back shortly for the next update, which is going to be Week 1 of vegetation. Until then…


Happy Growing!
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Checking Trichomes on the Gorilla Glue Buds

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Checking Trichomes on the Gorilla Glue Buds

Week 7 Update for the Stealth Grow Series


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers, and welcome back for the week 7 video of that Autoflower Gorilla Glue Stealth Grow Series! Now I am happy to say I just received that Trichome Scope in the mail, so on this week's video we will be doing that first look at the trichomes, and based off of what we see we will go off of that in terms of when the flush will start. Now I am thinking this will be either the last or second-to-last week of flower. And then after that we will start that 10 to 14 day flush. So we are getting really close to getting ready for Harvest for these Gorilla Glue plants, and also this week's nutrient feeding will most likely be the last one for the grow series. But again that is just based on how the trichomes look when we look at them in today's clip.  Alright growers so now that you know what we are doing in this week's video, let's get started with day 1 of the week!

Alright so here we are for day 1 of week 7 and the plants are actually ready for their next watering and that will be the next nutrient feeding. But before we get to that I just want to show you guys the buds on both of these plants are getting absolutely massive, especially with the one in the back here that is closest to the CO2 or the exhale CO2 bag. You can see these are just absolutely humongous monster sized colas all the way around. And they look actually like they have turned around and got better in terms of the quality or the way they look. So they are actually starting to catch up in terms of the frostiness of the buds on this one.

Now don't get me wrong these colas are absolutely massive as well, they are just not as filled out as this guy over here. But like I was saying before they do look a little bit higher in quality. So buds are looking really good and we are going to check those trichomes in a second, but first let me show you guys the nutrient feeding that I will be doing today. So I will be splitting a gallon between both of these plants of water. And I will be doing 3 teaspoons of the grow, 3 teaspoons of the micro, 3 teaspoons of the bloom, and then 1 teaspoon of the Cal Mag and that is per gallon of water.

 So remember to shake up your bottles before pouring into your water so that they are all mixed up and such and then you can stir it in. And now what I am going to do is hook up that new trichome scope, so I have to hook it up to my face camera right here. And then I will have a good shot for you guys to show you a close up on this trichomes. All right so we are going to be checking on the Gorilla Glue plant right here that is closest to the front. And we are going to be looking using this tricon scope right here. Again this has Wireless connectivity so I've got it hooked up to my smart phone over here so I can see what I am doing on there as well as recorded at the same time.

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And this thing goes from 50X 1000X in terms of its capability, and it has a nice little LED light right there to make it a little easier to see. So let me zoom in a little bit for you guys on where I am going to look at the very top of the Bud there. That very nice part of the cola, so let me get you guys focused on that. Alright so here is a decent View on the trichomes. You can see mostly milky at this point. There are a few Amber here and there but nothing crazy or ready for Harvest, so I think I'll week more to go and turns a flower and then maybe another week after that or half a week. But we will keep checking throughout.

You can see some Amber there but again that is on a Sugar Leaf right there and you want to be checking the trichomes right on the bud because sugar leaves will show Amber a lot sooner than when the buds have fully developed. So you can see if I can focus, not really any amber in there.  Decent look and I'll try and slow down the shot so it is not so shaky. There is a nice shot for you guys of some clear still but mostly though which is nice.  Let's see how close and I can get on them. Yeah it's just kind of out of focus, that's a nice close-up for you guys, very close. You can see those are still a little clearer but again that is on the Sugar Leaf itself so these guys probably still have two weeks to go now that I'm seeing this.

 Because for Sugar Leaf that is still kind of early, but look back in there it's looking very nice and milky. Let me try and find one that's A better close up on the hair for you and this is a close up on those pistols, does white hairs that eventually turn Amber and curl in. That's what these look like up close, very cool. Let's see if we can get it close up on some trichomes, oh yeah look. I see some Amber in there but damn this thing is fun to use that is for sure. All right so that concludes the trichome check for now. But yeah I'm going to do that nutrients feeding now and then we will be checking these again at the end of the week. Are at so I will be back in 24 hours for a day 2 of week 7.  Alright, Peace Growers!

It is now day 2 of the week, so 24 hours after looking at those trichomes and not too much change in terms of Bud development. But we can see they are definitely nearing that flushing stage. So yesterday we looked and I took a second look afterwards at those clips of the trichomes. And what I gathered was it's about 80% to 90% milky or cloudy, with a little bit of clear still.  And then starting to see some Amber trichomes, so what I am thinking is we will have one more nutrient feeding and then we will start that flush. So I would say there is going to be this week and then probably in half of next week, maybe three-quarters of the way of that week. And then we are going to start the flush for finishing up these buds. 

So very happy with how they are coming out, the smell is very strong like I keep saying, and development they look really good in terms of Aesthetics. And you can see pretty much there is still a lot of white pistils left but they are very frosty and I would say they still got a good way to go and turns it fattening up and soliding up or getting more solid in terms of development.  So there was still be a lot of change in terms of how these buds look.  So that is it for today's update and I will be back here in 24 hours for day 3 of the week, alright peace Growers!

It is now day 3 of the week and these ladies are actually ready for their next watering, and that is going to be their first plane watering since that nutrients feeding. So like I was saying before we are going to do another trichome check later this week or early next week so probably once I do that third plane watering of the series, since that last nutrient feeding, that is when I will also check them again. So before I do the next nutrient feeding I will double check to see if they still have a ways to go.

 And then we will decide from there. So at this point you should have pretty much trimmed away all of the fan leaves or leaves that have been sticking out. So I am probably going to finish trimming the rest of these that are left seeing as these aren't even really that useful anymore to the plant. And also trimming them away will help with increasing yields. So just be careful you want to just trim them up to the bud, you don't want to try and dig around inside the bud to get to the stem because that will actually kind of damage and disrupt the flower growth. So I will be doing, I will be splitting a gallon of water, actually probably closer to a gallon and a quarter between these two plants. Again just plain water and then that is really it for today's update, so I will be back here in 24 hours for day 4 of the week. So until then, Happy growing!

Alright folks we are back now for day 4 of the week for the stealth grow series, and buds are looking really good today, you can tell they're starting to finish up and they are reaching that almost ready for flush phase. So I definitely think we will have one more nutrients feeding in this but after that it will definitely be time to flush. So at this point the buds are just fattening up a little bit more each day and just kind of curling in those pistols and growing over those fan leaves so they're pretty much non-existent anymore. But anyways here is a nice close-up, there's no just getting really Frosty in particular. I just noticed that today so I want to show you guys how that looks.

But see if I can get a good focused close-up for you, but you can see there are a lot of orange pistols there as well as some that are still White. But they are no longer standing straight up, they are all curling in somewhat towards the bud. So yeah you can see they're pretty Frosty, here is a nice shot and then probably at the beginning of next week I will do the next trichome update as well. So that's pretty much it for today for your day for update. And I will be back here in 24 hours for day 5 the week. Alright peace Growers!


Alright grower so we are back again another day later so it is now day 5 of week 7 and the buds are just continuing to fill out and finish up. Again I think we will still need one more nutrients feeding before that flush, it is possible that we won't but we will be checking on those trichomes come the first day of next week. So that will be week 8, and the plants are ready for their next water in, I will show you the soil in just a second. And I will give you guys a nice little close up. On the trichomes and how Frosty these buds are getting, there is a nice little shot of the pistols and that is that top main Cola. 

And then here we are with one of the side colas. And you can see they're so heavy they're kind of leaning out and away from the plant over here. So we've got about six colas like that going around and then that main one and there is probably another 5 smaller or medium sized colas. And then over here we've got about 4 to 5 I would say main colas going on and then about another three to four medium size, small to medium-sized colas. 


So here is the soil you can see it is completely dry, I mean I just felt it and it is dry out an inch and a half deep. So they are ready for their next watering and that is going to be there second plane pH watering or just plain if you are in soil. So we are going to be splitting about a gallon and a quarter between these two plants and then that will pretty much be at 4 today's update. All right I will be back here in 24 hours for day 6 of the week. All right please Growers!

 Alright folks are we are back here another 24 hours later so that means it is now day 6 of the week, and the buds are really starting to finish up really nicely now, they are getting that nice Christmas tree look and shape to them. And they're just getting Frosty or by the day, so they are really isn't too much handling or caring you need to be doing at this point. Besides the watering and just making sure that the temperature and humidity stay right where they need to be. So right now you need to be around 75 degrees Fahrenheit and  a humidity of around 60%. So buds are looking good, not ready yet for a watering since they're still good from that last one we did yesterday so that is really it for 2 days update, and I will be back here in 24 hours for the last day of week 7. Alright peace Growers!

Okay so does now officially the last day of week 7 here, and plants are ready for their next water so that is going to be their third plane pH watering since that last nutrient feeding we did. And based on the development, honestly they might be ready to start that flush at this point. So what we are going to do is tomorrow which will be the first day of week 8, we are going to do another try come scope check and then based on the results we get from that, I will determine if it is time to flush. So if I am seeing anywhere from 5% to 10% Amber during that look then we are going to start the flush on that next watering.

 Now if not, we will probably do one more nutrients feeding like we were discussing before and then that will be at. So that is pretty much it for today's update and we will be back in 24 hours for that trichome scope so get excited because it may be time to start that flush. And what that would mean is we are only 2 weeks away from Harvest at this point. All right folks, so now what I will do is that plane pH watering for the plants, probably going to split about a gallon and a half now between the two plants. Because they did drink up that last watering pretty quickly so it does look like they need a little bit more. All right I will be back here in 24 hours peace!

Alright GreenBox Growers that officially concludes week 7 of the stealth grow series, and like I was saying in that last clip, I am going to be checking on those trichomes tomorrow which will be day 1 of week 8. And based on those results I will be deciding if it is time to start that flush or not. So I am actually on the other side of the fence now thinking it might be time to start the flush based on the development over this last week. So if I am in that range of 5% to 10% Amber trichomes we will begin it. Meaning just two more weeks until Harvest. So I will be back shortly with that next weeks video, as always thank you guys for watching, I hope you enjoyed today's video, and until next time…

Happy Growing!!! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Week 2 of Veg:  OG Kush SCROG Grow

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Week 2 of Veg: OG Kush SCROG Grow

Rapid Vegetation + More Low Stress Training


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back 4 week 2 of vegetation for that OG Kush  screen of green grow series. Now like I was saying last week, this is going to be a very exciting video because we are starting with the first low-stress training pull down on day one of this week, and then we will also be doing the next nutrient feeding during this week as well. And that will actually be the first nutrients to plants are going to get now that they are in their final pots. They have gotten their first feeding which was when they were in the Solo cups still, but this will be a different thing now that they are in the final pots.

Also expect to see a lot of new and Rapid vegetative growth and this week since we are starting with that low stress training. And I am thinking with the rate of growth that we are getting so far with these plants, it will probably only be another two weeks before we set up that SCROG net in the tent. So now that you guys know what we are doing in this week's video, let's get started with day one of the week where we are going to get start with that first low-stress training pull down!

All right growers so we are here for day 1 of the week and just a quick reminder I already shook up those CO2 canisters, so be sure to do so each day we already using them. And I've already done the next watering for the plants. I did that right before this filming, and that was their third plane watering since that last nutrient feeding. So the next one is going to be a nutrient feeding and I am still using the spray bottle to hand water them, just with the sprayer taken off of course. And each plant got about a full spray bottle worth of water. Now you can see they are getting pretty tall and are getting a good amount of vegetative growth going so that is why they are now ready to start that first low-stress training.


So the supplies we are going to be using today of course or just some basic soft tie or gardening tie. And then possibly some large paper clips to possibly hold them down, but we are usually able to tie them down just using the knobs of these are pots. Now if you are in a fabric pot it's obviously a lot easier to just clip it to the side because they don't have those knobs, so be sure to use paper clips for that. Now the goal is I am going to be bending these plants out and away from the middle of the center of the tent or where the grow light is. So instead of bending them down towards the light, what I'm going to do is bend them out and away.


 So this plant I will be bending and anchoring out towards this part of the pot, this one I will be bending out towards that part of the pot and that one I'll be bending out towards that corner of the tent, and then that one out towards that corner of the tent. So you can see what I am going for there and then what that will do is expose a lot of light to that lower canopy so that it can fill out that area of the plant while still obviously filling out this top and other tops as well. So let me just put down my camera here so I can film. I'm going to do the first plants low stress training so you can see a demonstration of that, and of course we are going to be doing it to this plant right here.

 So obviously you want to be very careful when doing this process because it is somewhat stressful on the plants and you can damage them doing this. So what I recommend doing is taking these three fingers like this, putting two on one side of the plant and then your thumb on the other. And then slowly use those two kind of work it into the position of where you want to Anchor it. You also don't want to be anchoring the leaves into the soil because that will be causing them to stay really moist and wet which will lead to other issues. So right about there is probably how far down I want to Anchor it. And actually it been pretty easily staying in that spot. It's just going to take my piece of burning tire right here and anchor it, just make a little hook like that to Anchor it around the base of the trunk. And you want to work your way around these leaves like so, and actually I will just be pulling from right under that note there like this. And then anchoring right around the knob of the pot and let me lower this you guys can see that.

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I'm just using this knob right here, and I'm just going to Anchor it like that. Doesn't have to be a super sturdy anchor because obviously the plant is not going to give too much resistance at this size. And again you don't want to have the leaves sitting in the soil, this guy is okay right here because it is just over the edge of the pot but you can see sometimes like Down Under The Canopy that it is meant to be laying in the soil. And that isn't what you want because that's just going to damage the leaves by over soaking them.

So once you have the plant anchored down like that should give it a little misting, and that is it for that first low-stress training pull down. So let me show you guys how much of the plant is now exposed so you can get an idea of what we are doing. So all of these little nose right under that main top like you see these two guys right here. Those are now going to be coming tops main branches on the plant, same with those ones right there. 

And then all of these little little branches that already started forming down there, those are going to work up and become main colas as well. So we will also be utilizing defoliation in this grow series.  It's a little early now for that but probably in a week to a week and a half we are going to start sending these plants out because they are going to get really bushy really quickly. So let me  finish tying down the first pull down of low-stress training for each of these three plants and then I will be back to show you what that looks like.

No I just finished the last of that low-stress training for these plants you can see how they looking so far looking really good. All of those lower tops and everything below the canopy is now exposed to the light above. And you can see I pulled all of them out and away from the center of the tent. So out towards the corners and again that's going to help so that the light can reach better Under The Canopy and get more growth up top. So now I'm going to give them a good misting and then that is pretty much it for day 1 of week 2 for vegetation of these OG Kush plants. And I will be back here in 24 hours for day 2 of the week, where we will see how they react to this first low-stress training. Alright peace Growers!

We are now back here for day 2 of the week and that also means it has been 24 hours since we did that first low-stress training pull down. So you can see there are already a lot of  vegetative growth for each plant since doing that and they are all standing and pointing right back up towards the light.  So they recovered pretty quickly from that pull down, means they are very strong genetics and they are going to be growing very quickly. So I won't be doing any further low-stress training for at least three more days and then after that I will probably do another pull down or at least just some low-stress training where I at least been the plants into different or bend the branches in two different directions without hooking them down afterwards. 

So all I will be doing today besides giving them a good misting I already did about 2 today so I'm probably going to do about one more and then that will be enough. And don't forget to shake up the bottles at least once a day if you are using the CO2 canisters, and then finally I actually lowered that one 300 watt electric sky LED about 1 in. Just because they are starting to grow up pretty quickly so I don't want them to stretch or anything, and I am going to see how they react over the next week to that. Probably actually over the next five days and then after that I will probably lower it another couple inches. But just lowered it 1 inch to get things started, and yeah that is pretty much it for day 2 of the week. All right peace Growers!

It is now day 3 of the week and the plants are continuing to grow really well in terms of vegetative growth. You can see since that low stress training there are tons of new tots growing out of all the different node spaces or just the different nodes. And you can see we've got actually about two maybe three main tops coming out of there that we are eventually going to train in two different directions and then you can see the rest are growing very similarly with a lot of new tops coming up to the canopy. 

And yeah they are not yet ready for that next low stress training pull down but what I will do today is a little bit of just bending the branches with low stress training to start working them out into that direction of a flat wide bushy shape. Because we are in the end eventually going to want to get that nice tabletop shape where all the branches are nice and even going through that scrog. And they are growing out nice and wide opposed to tall and lanky. So no need to water today the soil is still decently moist but we will be misting them though like we do every day. 

Two to three times per day and don't forget to shake up the bottles as well, and now let me do that low stress training. I just want to give you guys one more quick look at how the plants are looking. Very healthy, no issues going on except for that little damage from the transplant. And other than that, just in perfect health. So this is the one with the more I mean they all look pretty Indica looking leaves but this one seems to have the fattest fingers on them so the strongest indica trait. Sure right now what I'm going to do is just set up for that low stress training.

 Alright so we've got the OG Kush plant right here ready for that low stress training and again very similar to what we did that first time with hooking that Branch down, but instead we are just going to be using that three-finger technique that I showed you, sorry with these three fingers where we bend the branches dress to kind of get them to lay over and out. But out from under the canopy so they are back out and expose from Under The Canopy and exposed to that light. So the idea is you want them out from the middle of the plant towards the edges of the pot and you want to bend them towards the edge that the branch is closest to of the pot. 

So for example this little top right here you'll want to bend it out and away from the center of the pots are out this way because this Edge is closer. You don't want to try and bend it back over to this side because then you're just going to be Crossing branches around each other and that can get kind of confusing and it's not a good structure to have for your plant.  So the idea for today is so you can see this top right here is growing out instead of up because it's trying to reach the sunlight. So if these plants were larger I would just defoliate a little bit cutting away the leaves like this one that are covering it. 

But because they are so small at this point I will hold off on that. So all we are going to do is first I will start with the lower ones and you'll want to work your way to the top. And this guy like I said is already kind of doing it for me, so I don't really need to bend it much because I don't want it in the soil, but just using gentle three-finger technique to kind of bend it out. This one doesn't really need it either, this guy will pull it right there just gently bending it down. And that stress also helps them with growing faster. 

So this is the main stock I'm doing right now and once he's get bigger we will be able to do a little bit more training. So that's really it for that plant right there, you can see the main top is bent over like that but it will be back standing right up towards the light by tomorrow maybe even sooner than that. So I am going to do this to the rest of the plans now and then give them a good misting and I will be back here in 24 hours for the next day of the week. All right peace Growers!

Okay so I am actually still here for the same day and I just wanted to show you guys the results after I finished bending all of the plants. But you can see, first of all the main idea is to expose those lower nodes and tops that are starting to form like this one and that one right there to more light. So you can see now I've got the main talk laying over and now they are going to be getting more light and will grow up towards it becoming main tops themselves. And then by the time the other one stands back up, dude wants will have already gotten to their own area in the tent where they can get enough light and are no longer shaded below that top. So you'll see even these guys right here, let me give you guys a close up. 

Right there those two guys coming out of that node are going to become main tops as well. And you can see the note right below those guys are a little further ahead but those will be coming tops as well. So looking really good and very excited to see how the second bit of low stress training is going to affect them. So I will be back here now in 24 hours for the next day of the week, all right piece!


 we're back here now for another exciting update in the OG Kush grow room. Now today is day 4 of the week and the plants are ready for their next water in, so that is going to be there next nutrients feeding I will be giving them today. And we are going to be doing that at half strength so remember this is just going to be the second nutrient beating for this whole grow series. So we are going to slowly work that strength up to full strength so we don't stress them out or burn them or any shock like that. So before I show you guys the mix of nutrients I want to remind you guys of course that I have been misting them daily so give them at least two to three missing each day at this stage.  And then also don't forget to shake up your CO2 canisters if you are using those.

Let's do a quick close up on the plants, so they are doing really well from that low stress training we did yesterday as well as that first hook from the other day, you can see those little tops from underneath the canopy are really starting to sprout it out words. So at this point I'm not going to be doing any LST for at least 2 more days and then what I think we will do is add another  LST hook where we pull down the main tops and hook them down with an anchor like we did on the first day of this week. So really looking healthy, the plants are very happy and you can tell by the color of them as well as the rapid growth. And just healthy vegetative leaves. 


Alright so for that nutrients feeding we are of course going to be doing the fox farm Dirty Dozen like I was saying we are going to be using that grape sweet from Botanicare. But no need to add that until we just start the flowering phase. So today is going to be the week 1 of vegetation mix so all it calls for is 6 teaspoons of the Big Bloom, and 1 teaspoon of the boomerang so what I will be doing is 3 teaspoons of the Big Bloom, half a teaspoon of the boomerang since we are doing it at half strength. And then I will also be adding half a teaspoon of Cal Mag per gallon of water. 

So what I will be doing is mixing that up in a gallon of water and then I'm going to pour each make sure the mixture into the spray bottle here so I can still hand water that way because they are not yet ready for the big watering bucket. So that is really up for today's update, again for at this point our goal is to just get these a lot of tops growing from the plants we can get them nice and bushy and ready for that scrog net. Which I have up here right now but I will probably have that set up either at the end of next week or the beginning of week 4. So again this is week 2, and that is it for 2 days update and I will be back here in 24 hours for day 5 of the week.

Alright GreenBox Growers, we are back here another 24 hours later for day 5 of the week and I am really stoked on how these ladies are growing. They are just taking off like mad with that vegetative growth. So before I give you guys those close up so just want to remind you guys to shake up your CO2 canisters at least once each day I just did mine for the day. And next week and next week's video about a few days and I will be refilling these with one of those refillable packets, I will give you more details on how to do that when I do it. But these are supposed to last about 2 weeks sometimes a little longer so that's why I'm refilling it then. Just want to have a consistent amount of CO2 in the tent so I can really review these properly.

So as you guys can see what the plants very healthy and color and they are all a little bit of a deep green color which is what you want, you don't want them like green or with any Burns or discoloration. You can see they are getting noticeable growth each day so you can see not only are those first main tops getting larger but those little tops from underneath are really starting to grow out. So I'm still going to let them grow up without any training until probably day one of the week 3 video and then that's when we will do that next pull down as low stress training. And you can see so this is a great example, this left main top that is of the first top that grew up and then we pulled it down with that LST hook as you can see there.

 And then now let me give you guys a close up there is the hook, and that is the main top and now you can see over here this second top is now starting to form its own main top over on the opposite side. And it's not quite there yet but you can see it's kind of going to be like a y shape or it's going to grow up right next to it so that is kind of the goal here. We want to do that but it was several more tops for each plant. 

So hopefully after or before we get this srog in we will have probably around 20-30 main tops per plant and then we will use the scrog to train them and get even more. So you will see this plant over here is a little further away from the light, I moved it because the leaves were starting to droop a little bit after yesterday's clip. so that sometimes is a sign that it is getting a little stressed By the Light, so just moved it over there but the rest of the plant we're not showing any signs like that. So I did not move them, and that's really it for today's update again no low stress training today but I will be giving a misting right after this clip. And yeah I will see you guys back here in 24 hours for day 6 of the week.

Alright GreenBox Growers, we are back here for day 6 of the week and stays up there is going to be a really exciting one because first of all the plants are ready for their next watering and then also unexpectedly they're ready for their next low stress training. So first of all like I was saying the plants are ready to be watered and this is going to be that first plain watering since the last nutrients feeding that I did. Still going to be feeding out of the spray bottle and I am going to be giving each plant about a full bottle and a half each so a decent more from the last watering but they do have a lot of new growth already. 

So I will be doing the watering after the low-stress training along with another misting for the day. I have already done it twice and turns and misting for the plants and of course shaking up the CO2 bottles if you are using them. So for the low stress training we are not going to be adding any new hooks today but we will be doing is adjusting the first hook that we did add on day one of this week. So you will see earlier when I added the hook for the first low-stress training it was pretty much towards the Middle top of the overall plant and you can see now that is pretty much the lower part of the plant because they have grown so much taller. 


So what we are going to do is we are going to use the same hook and just raise it up on the plant words that mean top and then we will pull it back down so that is anchored. And this top will probably be pointed pretty much straight over towards the side at a 90 degree angle and what that will do it again allow for these lower nodes and branches to sprout up from the extra light that they will be getting. And again helping us form that table top shape. So that is what we will be doing for all four of these plants and I will be showing you a demonstration right now on this one in the front left. So let me just get my camera setup.

So again we are going to be following the same principles as we did last time with that low stress training. So remember when we did it last time we bent the main top out and away from the center middle area of that light. So we will be doing that again with this one again just so that all of that light is focused on those smaller lower nodes allowing those to catch up with this man top which will eventually just become another branch and cola on those plants. So another thing to consider when pulling it down as you want to try and expose as many nodes and already started branches as possible.

So what I'm saying is we have a ton of growth already over here on this side in terms of new branches forming. And then over here it is a little thinned out so what I'm thinking is I'm going to pull this man top over into the empty space, I will turn the pot so this one is again on the outside of the light and then we will be good to go. So let me get the anchor back up here, I like to take the anchor and put it one node down, sorry one node right there so two nodes down so that way you have a good amount of Branch or growth above the hook but also enough down below so that you are pulling that mean top lower than the rest of the plant. That is really important as well sorry before I do that, remember to always work the plant into that position first you don't want to just bend it straight down.

So I like to use that three-finger low-stress training technique that I showed you guys earlier. So that we just slowly work starting at the top of the plant you don't want to start right low on the stem or the main branch. Sorry the main stock of the plant right there because that can easily cause it to snap. So that's why you start at the top. And that's another important note when it comes to low stress training, you want to do it early on and you know close together several times throughout the grow close together. Because as the plant grows that old growth starts to solidify and harden so it is harder to bend and train. So new growth is very flexible, sort of flimsy as you can see here and so it is easier to train then. So that's why it's important to train early on before the plant kind of solidifies its growth.

So let me turn that pot so we have the main top over here and again we are just going to put the hook the anchor hook right below that second know there. And then we are just going to hook it to the side of the pot like so. Now what you can see is you can get enough get an idea of that table top shape that we are going to start forming in like I was talking about we have all these different smaller branches going and all those different directions but in a few days what you are going to see is not only will this one grow back up pointing up towards the light. 

But these ones are going to start to catch up in size and they are almost going to look as big as that one. So that is all I will be doing, will actually what I will do is a little bit of this three-finger low-stress training on some of these branches that are already growing just to kind of work them out and exposing more light down here into the middle node canopy area. So that's all we got to do right there just be very gentle remember and I will be missing and watering these after I'm done doing all 4. So let me do all the other three plants and I'll be back to show you the results.

We're not back here for the last day of week 2 of vegetation for the OG Kush grow series. Yesterday was that last low-stress training pull down and really it was just an adjustment of that first hook. But what you can see is now those lower tops, the smaller nodes that were below that first main top there. They are pretty much at the same height as that first main top so same with this mean top and that's the first lie atop that we had going and now you can see all these little side tops have grown and throughout it up to exactly the same height. 


So they are going to become a solid as this guy and there will be even more to come for all of these plants. You can see how I utilized the leaf tucking technique to allow tops like this guy right here to grow up and out from under those leaves without having to defoliate. And that would be pretty much it for the low stress training for now, until next week we just want like I was saying to get all of these smaller branches up and as big as that first main one. 

So I will continue doing that three-finger technique of showing you guys where I bend them out a little bit just so they can get into their own space and more light. But besides that that is really it until next week. Now I did shake up the CO2 canister and have been misting the plants. I will give them a quick one right now for the video. But yeah that is pretty much it for this weeks video update on the OG Kush SCROG Series. And again I will be back here shortly for week 3.

Alright GreenBox Growers, so that officially concludes the week 2 of vegetation video for that OG Kush Screen of Green Grow Series. Now just a quick reminder I want to let you guys know that if you are using these LST techniques at home on your plans, be sure to utilize that leaf tucking technique early on with the LST.  Because that is very useful when you can't do any defoliation at this early stage but you still want to get those younger tots growing up and above the canopy. So that is the best alternative to defoliation at this stage.

 And I will be continuing with the low stress training and the next anchor will be probably added to these plants in the next video which will be of course week 3 of this grow series. And I will also be refilling the CO2 canisters by TNB Naturals in the week 3 video. So that will be another exciting thing to look forward to and as always thank you guys for watching this week's video, I really hope you enjoyed it, and until next time …

Happy Growing!!!
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Introducing the Agent Orange Beginner Grow Series

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Introducing the Agent Orange Beginner Grow Series

Agent Orange Grow Series:

Cultivated by a First Time Grower


 
 

What up cannabis Growers and welcome back to GreenBox Grown!  Now I am here today with my brother Cody, hey guys, and  what we are going to be doing is something a little bit different. I started a first-time grower grow series with Claire recently and now we are going to be doing long with Cody as well. So Cody do you want to explain to them what we will be doing in this video series? Yeah so basically I've always watched Dylan grow and do his thing, but I haven't really done it myself ever so this isn't a way going to be my very first time growing and we just want to show you the users how it looks for someone to use the system and to just give them an idea of how it works. And how effective it is at training a newbie like me.

 Exactly so he is just going to be using the step by step grow videos from our premium sections that's all he will be following. And again never grown before, all of his experience comes from watching me doing it, And you know just peeking into the grill-room seeing what I've been doing over the last couple of years here. So what strain will you be growing today or in this grow series. So it is called Agent Orange, and it is a feminized strain so it is not an Autoflower it's just a regular photo. Plant. 



I think we are going to be doing no SCROG, just minor LST, and yes it we've got five seeds of the agent orange that we are going to be dropping into the glass of water today and we are probably going to pick the two Strongest Ones for the grow series. And you remember the setup you will be using for this grow series? Yeah so it's a 2 x 4 tent and for the veg stage we are going to be using a 600w spider farmer light, which is just a brand from Meizhi LED soda same company just a different brand that has dimmable dials for the grow light. Right and then both from Fox Farm we're going to be using the ocean forest soil and then their dirty dozen nutrient line will be our nutrients.

What else is there, the plants were going to be using a 3-gallon air pot for our setup and yeah that is pretty much it. We will have an exhale CO2 bag in there as well which will help out, and then like he was saying that 600 watt light will just be for veg and then we are going to add on top of that once we are in flour just to get some more power in there. So now that you guys know what we are going to be doing in this grow series, let's get star with the first day of the week or the first day of the grow actually where we will be starting the germination process!

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Okay guys so now we are ready to add my seeds into the water, so just literally pour them in. And so what we are going to do is just let them float in there for now, three of them sunk down right away. Yeah that's good, but for the other two we are going to every few hours just try and tap them and help them to reach the bottom like the others have already done. And we're going to let them be in there for about 15 to 18 hours total. And this is just a glass of regular tap water from the sink, nothing done to it or anything like that. And we will just be pushing them down like this every few hours trying to get them to sink to the bottom and then we will be back here in about 15 to 18 hours to put these guys into a moist paper towel. All right we'll see you then!



Okay guys here we are 15 hours later, as you can see all of the seeds have dropped to the bottom, none of them are floating anymore and I have also poured out a majority of the water. Yeah he just pour it out the majority of it because we're not going to need that much to soak the paper towels so just drain off a little of the excess and then you will be fine there. And then with the pouring you just kind of want to get them moving and then just pour it kind of quick just so they don't stay at the bottom. And let it soak through, folded over and then we will add a little more water to moisten the rest of that paper towel. You don't want to stay dry. So you guys can see we are  sharing the same plate as Claire's Chemdawg seeds. We are just going to be using these tags so we know which strain is which. 



And he's going to keep them on the heat mat with this extra plate over the top to help keep the extra moisture in. You just don't want the paper towel to dry out because that can't kill the seeds. So we will be looking for a Tap Root to come out, we want to be about half an inch so once that happens we will be ready to plant. So just keep an eye on your seeds, don't be lifting it up too often but you know maybe like every 5 hours. Yeah every 5 hours you can check on them. I like to use a spray bottle to mist the paper towel so it isn't soaking them every time you wet it. And yeah we will be back here in 24 hours to check on those taproots.


Alright hey guys we are ready for my next growing update, it is 24 hours later, so let's take a look at the seeds. The agent orange. So as you can see all five seeds have gotten a solid Taproot going so why don't we go ahead and put them in these rockwool plugs. The first step with the plugs if you have to soak it in water for 10 seconds, so you just want to be really careful when doing this part in handling your seeds. Only grab them by the seed and then you want to put them in root down. Again just really gently take your time, and then you sort of want to pinch closed the top. Until just closed you don't want to overdo it, and that is one done. All right so we are going to plant the rest of the four seeds and then we will be back to show you guys the seeds going into the humidity Dome.


All right guys and I'm going to take my little tray of rockwool cubes with the seeds in them and we are going to place them in this tray. And so we want to keep this in here with the lid on. We want to close off the vents completely. And you definitely want to maintain the moisture in here as well, by doing that just keep a little water in the bottom of this tray, missed everything in here just a couple times a day and then as far as lighting. The schedule is going to be 18 hours on so 18 hours of light everyday, and then six hours off so 6 hours of Darkness everyday.  Alright guys so that's about it for today and we are going to cover these guys up with the lid and then we will see you in 24 hours for the next update.

Okay guys so here we are 24 hours later and we are going to take a look at the seedlings to see how they are doing. And as you can tell, it looks like all five of them have made it up above ground already. Oh actually looks like only four have, so now we are going to give them a little bit of a misting, but that is a really good start so far. And that will do it.


 Okay so here we are guys a day later checking on the seedlings now that they have Arisen out of the rockwool cubes. As you can see one of them still hasn't made it but the other four are thriving. Okay and as you can see, the plants all have their first set of leaves they all have four leaves. And it looks like only one of them is starting to present a route, so we will probably wait another 24 hours for the other three and then hopefully that fifth one will go above ground as well and also shows Roots. So in 24 hours we will take a look and then tomorrow we will also be planting these into the Solo cups and we will be using the fox farm ocean forest soil. Okay and then also for today all we got to do is give them a quick misting, agent orange and chemdawg. And we are also keeping the Dome on with the vents closed at this stage. So we will see you guys in 24 hours when we are getting ready to transplant these into the Solo cups.

All right guys here we are 24 hours later and we are getting ready to transplant the seedlings into their Solo cups. And like I said we are going to be using the fox farm ocean forest soil to do so. You kind of want to halfway fill the Cubs and then you'll put the rockwool cube with the seedling on top of that. The reason being is you want the top of the rockwool cube to be just beneath the brim of the cup. And then that way when you cover it with soil it's not going to be too low or overflowing with soil. And with these ones you probably normally would only need to go Three-quarters full, but we are actually going to go as low as half-full of the cup with soil and that is because these ones are especially lanky. 

The seedlings the stems have gone longer than they normally would so we kind of want to cover the base of that up. So we are only actually going to feel the cups to about halfway full. And then that way it should cover the base of the stems. And then you really want to be careful with the plants just because they are still babies at the stage. Let's see the root out of the bottom, nice. So just gently kind of snake the root into the soil beneath and then right in the center of the cup too. And then you want to cover around the soil. And this part you want to take your time you don't want to hit the leaves. it's a really good idea to surround your soil bag with another bigger bag to catch any of the falling right here because I'm not really focusing on keeping it clean I just don't want to mess up the plant. That's most important.

If you find any big chunks in the soil, break them up with your hands. Alright so we are done with this first one and now that we are done with this we're going to finish the other three and then we will be back to show you guys as we put them in the humidity Dome. Alright guys so here we are, we have the plants in the humidity down now and what we are going to do is give them a misting. Just a light one, but you want to make sure to really get it into the soil and then that way they will drink up some of the water from that. And then now we are going to cover it with the Dome again, the lid. But we do want to open the vents this time. Want to open them about 1/4 of the way. And now we will see you guys in 24 hours for the next update on how the seedlings are doing.

All right guy so here we are 24 hours later and we're going to check on the seedlings. So they are looking good so far, you can see the one that is still left in the rockwool cube has actually sprouted through. And is now showing some more growth. So that was looking good, there isn't much we have to do today, we just have to do a quick misting and then open the vents about halfway just to get a little ventilation going. Alright so we're going to cover it back up with the humidity dumb and like I said we are going to open those bats just 50%. And then we will see you guys in another 24.

All right guys here we are a few days later, we are going to check on the seedlings and as you can see they are doing really well still. Getting some new growth and everything looks pretty healthy. So we are still doing the daily mistings throughout the day which we do probably about 3 throughout the day just dispersed. And at this moment we are keeping the humidity Dome off completely at all times. There's no need for it right now. We will give those guys a good misting and so now at this stage we really just want to wait for the next couple of rounds of fan leaves to come in.

 And then once we are there we are going to start doing the nutrient feeding. We will probably do that until the Roots come out of the bottom, and once they are out of the bottom the plants will all be ready to transplant into their final pots. But until then we are just going to keep them in here without the humidity Dome, misting them a few times throughout the day.  And then eventually will get to the nutrients feeding was the few rounds of fan leaves have come in. Alright so we will see you guys in 24 hours.

 Okay guys so here we are a few days later, going to take a look at the plants and you can see they have a few more sets of fan leaves, so we will go ahead and do the first nutrient feeding today. We already have that prepared and ready to go, we are going to be doing the fox farm Dirty Dozen nutrients set. And we are going to be doing the seedlings and cuttings stage at 1/4 strength. And we will be doing that with the Cal Mag as well and will be doing a quarter teaspoon in this bottle. So we are just going to be pouring directly into the Red Solo Cup here. We are doing the agent orange. Let me get my hand in there, you just want to take your time and do your best to not get it on the leaves.

So there we go, we've got our plants their first nutrient feeding done and we are going to empty this bottle out and clean it out thoroughly. And then we are going to use it for another misting on them. But you really want to make sure to clean it out just so you don't get those nutrients on the leaves. All right so that's it for this update and we are going to miss these guys and then we will see you guys tomorrow.


Alright guys so here we are a day later and we are going to check the plants out and see how they are responding to the nutrients feeding. And as you can see They are doing really well and are really exploding. The plants look extremely green and really healthy, the stems are upright and strong. So we will probably have these guys ready to transplant into their pots by tomorrow. So I guess today we will just give them a light misting for now, the usual. And then we will see you guys in 24 hours okay?!



All right guys, here we are a day later and it is transplant time. So let's take a look at these guys, as you can see, all five of the plants are actually viable, they all look really good and healthy. But the two I have selected are these ones right here, this one is just the alpha and this one is a pretty close tie with some of the other ones. But it seems to be the best however so I chose those two as they look awesome. So we are going to get one of these guys going. So let's just start with the big guy. So we are using Fox Farm ocean forest soil here and with this soil we want to make sure to break up any of the big clumps. Because you will get some of those in there. And then we are using 5 gallon air pots here. One thing to note about these pots, you really want to shake them side-to-side you know spin it, and that's going to help the soil get into the cracks and crevices because there are a lot of them and this kind of pot.  So let's get this hole going, you want it deep enough to where the area where the stem meets the soil is at basically flush with the top of the pot. So give the cup a couple squeezes and then slowly just flip it over.

 And it is a little high but it is a little better High than too low. You can see I got it pretty close to the center there I guess I could have done better with that, but that will work! So now we are going to mist it and give it its first watering.   And then we just want to get the soil all the way around moist, because this will encourage the roots to grow and all directions. All right. So I'm just going to go and just a reminder this is just plain old tap water. Nothing special here, so we're going to get this second plant transplanting and then once we are done with that we will show you the end result. 

Okay guys here we are we just finished transplanting the second planting everything looks great, so now we're going to show you our grow setup. We are working in a 2 by 4 tent, the brand is cool grows. And then as far as lighting we are using a Cannagrow 100 watt cob LED light. It is 18in above the plant and we have it set at 25%. And then we also have the exhale bag in here that is going to help give off CO2 for the plants and we are working with an oscillating fan over here. We just don't have it on at the moment because we are filming and it's really loud but you do want it on at all times to keep the air circulating. So at this point we are just going to keep missing the plants for a few times a day and we will see you here for the next update!

 Alright grow are so that officially concludes the germination and seedling phase for this agent orange beginner grow Series. So that means tomorrow is officially day 1 of vegetation and that also means we will be doing the 18 hours of light, 6 hours of Darkness cycle. Alight Cody, since this is your first grow obviously, what would you say was more difficult or easier than you thought was going to be for the whole germination and seedling process. Honestly the whole process was just easier than I was expecting. 

Just because like with a lot of things, until you actually try it it just seems like a black box it, it kind of seems like you don't even know how to begin. But I mean the seedlings you just get them in that wet paper towel and get them going. And then you put them in the Solo cups and they are pretty easy you just mist them. I do it before work and then when I get back from work, and I mean they are flourishing they are doing great. 

Yeah they are they're doing really well. It is pretty easy and I've never worked with plants so that is why I thought it was going to be hard and it's just not that bad. All right so we will be back shortly with that week 1 of vegetation video and pretty soon here we are going to incorporate some more difficult things like low-stress training. And then obviously we will be getting the big grow lights in there once he's plants are a little larger. All right so we will see you guys back here shortly for the next update, and this grow series! 

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Gorilla Glue Stealth Grow Update

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Gorilla Glue Stealth Grow Update

Week 6 for the GG Autoflower Stealth Grow!


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back for week 6 of that Gorilla Glue stealth grow series. Now it is looking like we are only going to have a few more weeks to go before we are finished with the flowering phase on these plants, so I'm thinking probably this week and then one more week so next week. And then they are going to be ready for that 10 to 14 day flush. So we are going to be starting this week off with that next nutrient feeding, it's going to be the fifth one overall since we started this grow at full strength of course.

 And before I get started today I wanted to just let you guys know I've recently drop some new merch on my clothing store, and that includes The Strain Tee here. We have the gelato strain tee as well as other options, and then there are tons of other graphic tees like you see up here on the screen.  So now that you guys know what we are doing in this week's video, let's get started with the first day of the week where we are going to be doing that next nutrient feeding!

Alright Growers, so here we are for the first day of the week and like I was saying we are going to be doing that next nutrients feeding today but before we get started with that. Let me just show you guys how the ladies are doing, they are definitely fattening up and getting some really large sized Buds and colas on them. You can see especially with this lady in the back she is definitely going to be the biggest yielder, but I would have to say that the one in the front here while she doesn't have the largest yields. She still has some good-sized cola's and that they are looking a lot higher in terms of quality, and they are probably going to be a little more potent as well.

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 Just because she is turning out to look a lot better in terms of that bud development. So like I was saying we still have a majority of those pistols standing up and are white, some are starting to orange and brown a little bit so we probably still have a few more weeks to go. But we are pretty much done with the defoliation at this point, there aren't any more large leaves to remove. So if you still have some large fan leaves at this point, you can remove them now it should just pretty much be these little leaves coming out of the buds that you can't really reach. So that, yeah you can see also it's hard to tell what the color of the light on, the purple lights, but there is actually a lot of purple starting to grow out on some of these buds as well. So I'll have to give you guys a better shot on that one of these days without the LEDs on. So let's talk about that nutrient mix.

 So I'm probably going to be beating I'm going to do about a gallon and a quarter, and I am going to be splitting that amount between these two plants here. So per gallon, what I will be mixing is one teaspoon of the Cal Mag here, 3 teaspoons I'm sorry 6 teaspoons of the bloom, 3 teaspoons of the micro, 3 teaspoons of the grow, and then that is going to be it.  So I'm going to mix that up right now and again I am going to do one gallon and a quarter and I'm going to be splitting that between these two plans. 

So again one teaspoon of the Cal Mag, 6 teaspoons of the bloom, 3 teaspoons of the micro, and three of the grow. So like I was saying, we are pretty far along into the flowering phase at this point. So that is why we are starting to up the amount of Bloom nutrients that we are giving. All right guys that concludes day 1 of week 6 for this grow, And I will be back in 24 hours for the next update. Alright peace!

Alright Growers we are back here 24 hours later for day 2 of the week and ladies are actually ready for their next watering, so that's going to be their first plain pH watering since the last nutrient feeding, and I am probably going to be splitting about 3/4 to a full gallon between both of these plants. So 3/4 of a gallon possibly between them, but we will see. Now you can see Bud development is continuing to go really well, they are getting very frosty at this point and they still have a good amount of pistol standing up and not yet changing color. They are still white as you can see, so that is an indicator that they do have a little bit of time to go. Once those hair start to curl in and turn orange that is good sign of maturity and getting close to being ready for that flush.


So you can see very nice looking buds here and then just massive still good looking quality but massive nug all the way through this plant here. So pretty stoked on how this guy's turning out as well, and then yeah that is pretty much it for todays update. You can see the buds are still really fattening up and I mean this one's got some really nice sized colas on her. And then the one in the back is even larger. Definitely going to say that is contributed to or happening because of that exhale CO2 in here as these are definitely fattening up a little more than the previous Gorilla Glue Autos that I have grown. So I'm going to give them that plane pH watering now and then I will be back here in 24 hours for day 3 of the week.

Alright folks so we are back here 24 hours later for day 3 of the week and they are not ready yet for their next watering so we will just be checking out the buds today. But you can see right here they are getting absolutely massive at this point, especially with the ones back here. You can even see they are leaning a little bit right now. The yellowing from the leaves and this light color changes is from some slight heat stress as well as a lack of nutrients. I was out of town for a few days about a week ago so I wasn't able to give them their nutrients feeding and that's why they are a little bit discolored. But nothing to worry about as it's not going to affect the plants that much.

Pistols are still standing upright pretty much all the way around and they haven't really started to curl in yet. So still have some ways to go in terms of that development, and then tomorrow even though it's a little bit early to be checking, I will probably do a trichome check just to give you guys a look at what they look like early on in their development. So there is a good look at the nugs here on this plant and you can see this guy is leaning actually a decent amount probably will have to support that one up with a little stake or some gardening tie.

So really quick I opened up the other tent which I did move into here in my bedroom that has the other four Gorilla Glue Autos. So let's take a quick look at these as it's been a little bit since I've shown you them. But you can see they have all started flowering and are getting some pretty good decent size nugs on them. Especially the one right here which is the one that is a week ahead of the rest like I've been saying throughout the grow. You can see this guy right here which was in the smallest pot, the one gallon equivalent are pot. You can see that one Gru the smallest as expected. And then the one that grew the largest of course was the one in the three gallon equivalent are pot. Now this guy right here is the furthest behind in terms of flowering, she just started probably about a week and a half to two weeks ago so she is like I said further behind in development. 

But still looking really well and has a lot of nice healthy size colas. So these will all be really good yielders even this guy in the back here even though it's pretty small. So very excited about that. And let me give you guys another close up on some of these nugs growing over here. So like I was saying this is day 3 of the week and I will be back here tomorrow for a day for where we will probably do a little trichome check just to see what they look like early on in the development. Alright peace!

Alright Growers we are back here another 24 hours later for day 4 of the week, and I actually misplaced my trichome scope so we are not going to be doing that look today at the trichomes. Which is fine because it is still really early on and I ordered a new one so it's going to be in the mail pretty quickly here. And then once it has arrived, we will take a look. But anyways buds are looking really good, densening and frosting up really well. And I just checked the soil they are ready for their next watering. So that's going to be the second plane at pH watering since that last nutrient feeding. And I'm going to be splitting pretty much a gallon of water between these two plants.  So that's it for today's update and again it is day 4 of the week and I will be back here in 24 hours for day 5. Alright peace Growers!

All right all right it is now day 5 of the week and I still haven't found my trichome scope so I do have one ordered and on the way and hopefully it will be here by next week and we can get a look at the trichomes. But luckily the plants are in far enough along anyways for that to be a problem so they still have time to develop so we are okay in terms of that. Just wanted to give you guys a shot of what it looked like early on in the process but as soon as I get that scope here we will be doing shots of that. 

So plants are looking good, they are just about ready for their next watering which is going to be another plane pH, but they are not quite there yet. Still getting some good development going and pistols are still pretty much, the majority of them are still pretty white and there are few here and there that have started to orange and brown but for the majority, is still pretty much white. So still getting Frosty or by the day which is always good, they're packing on those trichomes, and yeah that is pretty much it for day fives update, so I will be back here in 24 hours for day 6 where we will be doing that next watering, and until then Happy growing!

What up GreenBox Growers we are back here for day 6 of the week and before I get into today's video, I wanted to show you guys I've got a new grow room setup. So this is my grow room Slash new film room and I have Consolidated all three or four of my grow tents into this one space. So now this is where all of the filming is going to take place. So you'll see I've got the extra 2X4 tent here with those Gorilla Glue autos, And then in the closet here I've set up the stealth grow that we have been doing in this series along with my little nursery with the seedlings as well as clones. So that is why it is the smaller tent, and I also have some OG Kush seeds growing in there and then once those are a little larger I will be moving them into the 4 by 4 tent right over here. 

So I've actually got some cool artwork on the way that I will be a hanging up on the walls in here too so it's just going to be decorated as the designated grow room. Got some extra grow lights that I will be testing pretty quickly here as well. So let's get into day6 now for this week. Now today I've already done the watering but they were due so that was their 3rd plane pH watering for this round. So that means the next watering is going to be a nutrient feeding and that is probably going to be there last nutrient feeding because then we will probably be starting the flush shortly after that.  But buds are looking really good and I split actually about a gallon of water between the two plants here so half a gallon per plant was perfect. 

And you can see how Frosty they are getting right there, and white hairs are still sticking up and mostly white, but some are starting to Orange and you can see right there. A little bit of orange curling in and what not but yeah they are looking really fabulous and this guy is going to be a big yielder. So trichome scope is in the mail and on the way here probably in the next 5 days or so. And then we are going to get on those trichomes with some close-ups. And yeah that is it for a day 6 of the week. So I will be back here in 24 hours for day 7 and then till then… Happy Growing.

We are not back here for the last day of week 6 and I just checked the mail, trichome scope is not yet here but the tracking code is saying that it should be here by tomorrow so that is when we will do that trichome scope. Which will again be day 1 of week 7, so just going to give you guys a little bud update today as they are still good from that last watering we did yesterday, so no need to water today. But I did turn off that carbon filter earlier today and honestly like the second I turned it off the smell on these gorilla glues just started billowing out of the tent.

 It was really strong and just a really good smell too. It wasn't a citrusy but more of an OG kind of kush smell to it. A little earthy but still a really good smell to it. So that is pretty much it for the last day of the week again day 7 of week 6. But I will be back here shortly for the next day of this groceries, alright Pece Growers!

Alright GreenBox Growers, So that officially concludes week 6 for the stealth grow series. And like I was just mentioning, that trichome scope should be here in the next day or so so starting early next week we will start looking up close at those trichomes to see how close we are to being ready for Harvest. Now I'm thinking it's only going to be another week to week and a half before they are going to be ready to start that flush, so we are going to be getting pretty close to the harvesting period here.  

And next week we will be doing that final nutrient feeding, and maybe there will be one after that it just depends on where the trichomes are when we check on them and their development.  That's how I stay tuned because I will be coming out soon with the week 7 video of this grow series.  And as always I would like to thank you guys for watching this week's video, I really hope you enjoyed it, and until next time…



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Limoncello Haze Final Video: Curing & Smoke Review

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Limoncello Haze Final Video: Curing & Smoke Review

Mother Plant/Cloning Series Final Video


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back to the most List Cannabis Growing Channel!  Now today I am going to be doing a little bit of curing as well as a smoke review video for you guys as I recently harvested the Limoncello Haze plants from that mother plant and cloning grow series. So the results were top-notch and it looks like we will be getting a little over a pound in terms of the yields. And so in this video what I'm going to be doing is taking the buds down from the drying rack since they just finished that process and then I'm going to show you guys the curing process as well as a little smoke review of these Limoncello Haze buds so you guys can get my feedback and review on how they turned out. 

 Also don't forget that we have that two-week free trial to our entire Grow video library still going on, so if you want to sign up for that, just visit the link right here on your screen and hit the Subscribe button overlaid on those videos. Alright Growers so now that you know what we are doing in today's video we are going to head downstairs into the drying room to check on those Limoncello Haze Buds!


So we are out here in the garage where I have the drying tent with the buds hanging up, and this is the tent that I was using to grow my NukeHeads Series in. I have some autoflowers going on in the tent that I had these ones growing and so that's why I'm not drying them in there. But usually I just use the same grow tent that I grew the plants in to hang dry them. So you will see up top we got about 2 full rows of solid colas here. And then again this is the Limoncello Haze,  and let me get you guys a good Focus close up on these babies. They are getting really dance, still very frosty and the smell is actually still really good even though they are drying out at this point.


But yeah really stoked on the yields here and I'm hoping for about a pound from these Limoncello Haze plants. And then down here we have all of the popcorn nuggage. and this is actually some really good quality popcorn mug and I will show you guys some good quality close-ups once we start getting them in the jars and such. But yeah they are really nice looking and it smells really good down here as well. So what I'm going to do now is get them off of the hangers and put it right into my trays here, and then I will meet you guys up stairs for the jaring process.

Alright so here we are up in the bedroom and I've got all of the popcorn bud in this tray right here and then you can see all of the main colas are right here in this one. And you can see now under the light how nice and dense and frosty they are. And you can just see they're really good quality bud and a very good yield. Now the popcorn buds are looking really good as well and you can see a lot of these you see are solid nugs. They have a little purple tint to them as well, but yeah they are not Airy or anything like that, very dense and I would say there is a good quarter pound of it right here. Maybe a little bit more. But yeah a lot of good popcorn nugs. 

And these are actually just really good size nugs that weren't on a branch that was easy to hang, so I just clipped them off at that point as you can see. And lots of good size nugs in here. So what I am going to be doing is I'm going to jar and weigh these all out. Well actually I'm going to weigh them out and then jar them. But what I will be using is the quart-size mason jars right here. And then each jar is going to have an 8 gram 62% Boveda humidity pack in there.

 And that is just to help with the curing process and to make sure that they don't dry out too much, or get too humid in there as I can cause mold. And then of course you don't want your buds overdried if that's not going to taste well and it's going to smoke really harshly. So let me just give you guys one more good look at the popcorn nugs here as well as these big main colas. Let's see, here is Big Daddy right here, this is the biggest one I've harvested, sorry let me get those off of there. 

But yeah you can see those are really good size cola's and then all the little side ones right there or just massive. This is probably about I mean the bud is probably about 12 in in length I would say maybe a little more including the side colas. And yeah I again with the ones that are still on the branch all you got to do is Click them off right at the base of the nug into the jar. And then you are good to go for the curing process. So let me try these babies up and then I will give you guys that full weight right after that.

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All right folks so so far I have jarred up all of the popcorn nugs and have weighed those out so you can see that right there. I got about four and a half jars worth in them and it is right at around 142 grams. So that is about 20 grams over a 1/4 pound. So that is really good and then you can see right here I just finished clipping off all of the colas or all of the buds off of those main colas office main branches. So I've just got those nuggs, full nugs right here ready to go into the jars.  So I am going to get this weighed out and jarred, and then I will show you guys what that looks like.

But really stoked I mean this is I think I'm going to go to hit a pound at least with all of this. And let me just show you guys, I mean the quality of these popcorn nugs, they are not really popcorn nugs I shouldn't be saying that as they are more just like big mugs that were not on big enough branches to be hung up by. But you can see a lot of them are just like this. So I'm very stoked and got about a 142 grams or a quarter pound, a little over a quarter pound from the popcorn nugs. And then hopefully three quarters of a pound more from this right here. So let me get these nugs jarred up and then I will be back to show you what that looks like.

All right guys so I just finished jarring up all of those main Cola Buds. And that got us about 5 more jars. So yeah and total after weighing everything out you can see the weight of each jar written right there. But it came out to exactly 302 grams so not quite a whole pound but it's about three-quarters of a whole pound. So very happy on that yield especially because those clones were only vegged for about 2 weeks. So they didn't have very much time to put on any size and they are still getting a really good yield per plant. So with that that's about let's see just over 10 oz. And I had five of those clones plus one mother plant. 

So about 2 oz of plant but the mother plant probably had about three or four. And then I'm going to say the Clones had about an ounce and 3/4 to almost to ounces per plant. So pretty good yield per plant, I'm pretty happy about that specially because I said it was only a 2 week veg period. And here are some of those main Cola buds right there in the jar just so you guys can see how they look. So what I'm going to do now is put them in my dresser drawer I have an open drawer to keep them in for the curing process. 

Just because you want them in a cool dark place, and then I am going to be burping them for about 15 minutes each day for the coming weeks here and after about probably 4 to 5 days of curing them in the jars. I am going to be back here to show you guys and do a little smoke review to test out these Limoncello Haze Buds just to give you guys my feedback and review on how they really came out. So I am going to give these guys some time to cure now and then we will be back for that smoke review!

Alright guys so Cody is here to help me do the Bud review. So it is time to test out the Limoncello Haze Nugs.  I've got two jars up here, one for Cody and one for myself. We are going to pop these Lids off and check out how they are smelling and just their overall appearance. So these were put into the jars on the 16th and it is now the 22nd so almost a full week in the jars of burping. Definitely can tell a big noticeable difference in the smell since trimming them and hang drying them.  What do you think?

You can definitely tell too, so when we first trimmed like the very first time, we are very nitpicky about it and I think we trimmed a little too much. But I think on this one now that we are a little more experienced we just trimmed the proper amount and when you are done trimming it seems like you leave behind too much of you know what supposed to be trimmed off. And then when you get to this stage of curing, you realize it is the perfect amount because those bigger leaves just shrink in and as long as they have some THC on them with those crystals, it will all shrink in together. And form a nice dense bud, and it will actually be denser if you you know don’t over trim it.

Yeah exactly, and I can definitely tell that the nuggs have tightened up a decent amount as well since we put them in the jars.  And I've got some good shots up close there for you guys to check out. Still looking really Frosty, they aren't looking too dry or too crispy or anything like that but they do have a dense kind of hard feel to them. It's kind of like when you go to the dispensary and you buy the stuff that is like stupidly expensive and you just look and it's like a rock. And the stuff that doesn't look like much in size and then when you grind it up it really grinds up into a lot of weed. Definitely. So yeah we will probably be hearing these for another week and a half with the daily burp, and then we will go to every other day. And then from there on it's more of just a once-a-week type of situation for long-term burping.

But do you want to grind some up and then I will give them a little info about where a little background info on the genetics for the Limoncello Haze. So it is actually a sativa dominant hybrid of both the lemon skunk and then the super silver haze strains. And it is a two-time Cannabis Cup winner from greenhouse seeds. So greenhouse seeds is a pretty famous seed breeding company as they have some of the best strains out there for sure. Now when it comes to the effects and attributes, at the top of the list it has happy and energetic and euphoric. And then at the bottom it has uplifted as well as relaxed. And then for medical purposes it is really great for relieving stress or helping with depression and fatigue. And then it is also pretty good for pain as well as a lock for appetite.


So now to compare so they have some grow info on this strain, so they say it is actually a moderate strain to grow and difficulty but I actually felt it was easy and actually a good strain for beginners to start off with if they wanted to. Not a super difficult strain, it does say it gets pretty tall, over 78 in in height. But I did a lot of low stress training and Topping so I kept it pretty short from what you got a saw in the videos. It says it gets about 1-3 ounces per square foot and I would say those pretty accurate.  I was growing in a 2 x 4 and I had that about fully filled out and we just go about three-quarters of a pound or a little bit over.

So pretty close in that regard, and then it says 7 to 9 weeks for flowering. I would say it was about closer to 9 weeks for myself, and then the stretch it says is around 100 to 200% and I definitely noticed that with the Clones because they almost doubled in height during the flowering stage.  So for the smells it says, so to recap on the growing I would say what they have here is pretty close and pretty accurate to what I experienced when growing that strain. Now for the smells it has lemon, Citrus, as well as earthy. So what would you say I mean the smell to once you grind it up compared to when it is still in its nug form is definitely a lot different too.

Definitely getting the lemony and citrusy smell, but I don't know if I'm getting I don't think I'm really getting any of that earthy sent. I definitely notice the earthy with that Grape Ape strain that we were reviewing the other day, that I was reviewing that with Claire. But this one is definitely like a citrusy lemony, and yeah it smells like a really good sativa. Like a Jack Herer or a blue dream, just a really good one. And yeah this is a sativa dominant like I was saying and then let's see if there is anything else about lineage. Yeah the Lemon Skunk which is a hybrid. And then the super silver haze which is a sativa, so yeah let's get to the best part of the video which is the actual smoke review.

So I will be packing a little snap for myself and then Cody can pack one as well just so we can get the full flavor effect. We don't have to smoke the other burnt stuff from each others bowl. And then we've got Claire's new Stratus Bong here.  It is called Baby Blue just because of the blue colors and it is pretty small to actually. But it works really well goes really good hits. So I do get a little bit of that earthy taste on the exhale, but then there is also afterwards you can definitely tell there is that citrusy after note as well. Immediately feel it with the cerebral affect pretty strong in the front like my forehead area and then right behind my eyes that is pretty noticeable.

And then honestly my arms just feel really relaxed, almost immediately I just felt them loosen up especially like the backs of my arms. So definitely feeling the body effects but also pretty strong in the head as well. And just really good sized tight nugs from the plant to which I was really stoked on. Very frosty too, so what would you say? I guess I taste the earthiness more now, but still, okay so now yeah at the end you taste it. But the earthy or the lemon? The earthy.  It was kind of like At first not really but then at the end it definitely.  Just like any good sativa for me you do feel it pretty quick like Dylan said in the eyes and the forehead, your eyebrows. 


I noticed I hold a lot of tension in my forehead and my eyebrows and I catch myself holding them higher than normal. It just feels normal to me. So sometimes when I take a good rip of some good weed I can actually feel that relaxation happen and yeah almost immediately too.  And it's nice because you don't have to be Stone to practice keeping your eyes relaxed. Just sometimes you need that initial help to realize I didn't even realize I was holding tension there. Yeah another thing I didn't show you guys there is a bowl or the ash is pretty much all white after hitting it so that's a good sign that it was properly flushed.


I think that is my favorite thing about home growing, as you just know it is all really organic and you know you are not getting anything sketch. Yeah it is clean and it is a lot of fun to do, and you get to pick out which strains you are going to have so you got your own selection choices. You can make extract if you want to, it's just all up to you and you don't have to pay the Crazy Prices to do it.  Yeah I think the Limoncello will definitely be a repeat. Again this is Limoncello Haze by the Amsterdam marijuana seeds, so it is from their genetics lineup and I think this is actually one of their premiums seed strains.

 So definitely worth checking out.  So overall review what would you give it on a one-to-ten scale. Well for sativas I guess because there's just a dominant sativa. I would give it a seven and a half or somewhere right there. It's really good, it is a delicious sativa, I don't really have any negatives about it it's just that I have had better. And you can get more in terms of density of THC. If we are really talking you know but for regular smoke this is a great strain I think if you like sativas. 

Yeah this is my first time having the Limoncello Haze actually, and I mean one of my favorite strains is Jack Herer. Very similar in my opinion to this and how it grew, and same with the effects. It reminds me of that a lot. So I would say probably like an eighth for this one or an 8.5. Not my favorite sativa ever that I have smoked, but definitely top 5, maybe top three even. So yeah that is our review for the Limoncello Haze.  And again it is a sativa dominant strain and it is by Amsterdam marijuana seeds.

Alright GreenBox Growers, that concludes the keyring and smoke review video for those Limoncello Haze Buds by Amsterdam marijuana seeds.  And again those were from the plants that I grew with the Mother Plant and Cloning grow series, so if you guys want to check out those videos and how I grew them exactly, just visit greenboxgrown.com  and under the videos tab you will see it there listed.

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Happy Growing!!! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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