Latest Buds development of the Blue Dream Plants


What’s up Cannabis Growers, my name is Dylan and welcome back to the Screen of Green Grow series by GreenBox Grown.  This video will be another basic one like last weeks and will be covering week 12 of the grow, which is also week 4 of flower.  During this week i will cover the watering schedule which will include a flushing of the plants as well as a nutrient feeding.  You will also get to see the plants develop trichomes and more of the white pistils that look like hairs growing on the tops!  Remember to visit to jump ahead in this grow series, and now lets get started with day 1 of the week which covers the new bud growth since you last saw the plants.

Here we are for day 1 of week 12 and you can see from this angle the tops are getting even taller through the Screen and there are more of them.  Also, when I get up close you can see there are more pistils growing and they are white in color instead of yellow like before.  all of the tops are developing really well because they are all getting an equal amount of sunlight thanks to the SCROG Screen.

This is day 2 of the week and as you can see on the Fox Farm nutrient schedule, my plants are due for a sledgehammer flush.  This helps prevent any build up over the course of the grow and makes things easier come time for the final flush.  All you need to do is mix 2 teaspoons of the sledge hammer mix per gallon of water, and your coco wet and then pH to 5.8 and you’re good to go.  Of course if you are in soil instead of coco coir, remember no coco wet is necessary and you need to use a pH of 6.3.  I also am going to give each of these plants half a gallon of this mix so I can really flush the soil out.  

This is another day later and I want to show you how much the pistils have developed since day 1 of this week.  You can see there are a lot more of them and they are growing almost into the shape of a ball.  If you put your nose up close to the buds at this point you can start to get a good hint of their scent and what they will smell like later on. 

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Another day later and the blue dream plants are ready for another watering, so I will be feeding them the week 8 nutrient mix from the fox farm feeding schedule.  Remember I am no longer misting the plants, so no foliar spray is needed.  I am still adding my tsp of cal mag and half tsp of coco wet per gallon of water and then I pH to 5.8.  At this point I am giving each plant almost half a gallon each as they are pretty big and need a lot!

This is another update on how the tops are doing and you can see the buds are getting bigger in size each day.  Up top they are all developing really well and underneath the scrog, everything looks good and healthy and there isn’t any foliage growth going on.  

Day 6 of the week and the plants are ready for their pH watering.  This is a previous clip just for demonstration, but at this point in the week is when my plants were ready for a plain pH watering.  Again, I am giving each plant just under half a gallon of water as that is what it takes to completely feed them at this point.

This is the final day of the week and will just be covering the new growth of the buds.  They have already developed noticeable more since I showed you in the clip from 2 days ago and the smell is really starting to take off.  Underneath the branches are strong and are providing plenty of support to the tops above.  They are also keeping vegetative growth down below to a minimum as they are focusing all of the energy up top on the buds!  

That concludes week 12 of the Screen of green grow series, but I will be back shortly with week 13 where you will see these blue dream plants develop frosty sugar leaves and even larger buds.  Until then, if you enjoyed the video please give it a thumbs up and comment below with your feedback.  Also feel free to subscribe to the GreenBox Grown channel and turn on the notifications for updates on my latest grows.  As always, thank you for watching and until next time…

Happy Growing!
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown