Lowryder Grow – Day 68

More action in the lowryder pot. All three are now showing buds, some more than others.

The lights I have are not the best, so it’s good to see some buds.

Not sure they’ll be ready for Christmas though. And looks like the small one’s crop won’t be much more than a joints worth.

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5 thoughts on “Lowryder Grow – Day 68”

  1. Sorry to piss on your fire mate, but they have only just started flowering,if it took 68 days to get to this stage you are looking at at least another 12 weeks to mature,and even then your yeild will be piss poor (less than 1 ounce 🙁

    You are giving them 12hrs of light and 12 hours of darkness to induce the flowering stage i pressume?

  2. damn,too hasty to post.

    i meant to add..i know you said they flower under 24hr of light, but forcing them into a 12hr cycle (light & Dark) will help kick in the flowering process so much better as this is how they naturally row in the wild.
    the seeds germinate around March and they grow throughout the summer,as the nights start to draw in around September the plant starts to flower naturally and this is why using hydroponics you can trick the plant into thinking its september and flowering 😀

  3. Politicians are 10 years behind the times when it comes to pot use. People have been fighting for a long time against cannabis and hemp prohibition with some movement going on now. Still too slow for those caught up in the jail system for possessing a little weed. Our freedoms have been trampled on by folks who know nothing about how beautiful marijauna can be for someones life, if one learns about growing cannabis. Keep up the good work.

  4. Thats some poor looking crop mate, at 68 days they should be 12inches and bushy as hell. looks like a lack of light to me, you need a minimum of 250 watts of MH or HPS for flowering on a 12/12 light cycle

  5. Yes they do look quite shoddy indeed.

    As I’ve said this is just an experiment to see what happens if you chuck some seeds in a pot with some normal lighting. I have never expected a lot, it’s all part of the learning experience.

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