DIARY OF A CANNABIS GROWING PREACHER: WEEKS THREE-FIVE

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Trial By Light and Humidity  As I sit here staring out my frosty window at this beautiful blanket of snow, a little jolt of cabin fever and regret is setting in. Unfortunately, I just placed all my summer test plants into the greenhouse a couple of days ago, and the greenhouse did not survive the storm. The peppers, tomatoes and all the test plants I started during the summer bit the dust. I had to get them out of my growing room to make space for our Balkhi seed run, but I think losing the Oaxaca and Mazar plants is my biggest regret of this loss.  I do have two clones that survived from two of the three Oaxaca I started, but the rest are gone. Although I took cuttings from everything, most of them died. They appear to dislike rooting plugs, so I will have to work on finding the best cloning method for these. Most likely it will be an updated bubbler system that I will show you later when I build it. Considering that this is the end of October and we are at an elevation close to 2 kilometers high, we did well to get this far into the season. I will be ready for next season, with all new insulated panels and walls. I bought a decent heater but it wasn’t enough with the 6 mm plastic wrap. Balkhi Progress I moved the Balkhi seedlings into their new, temporary home and I have broken out some of the new LED’s to watch over them. To keep them company I have the winter clones of my CBD girls, The Wife, Juliet, Spectrum 12, and Blue Blood. This is to keep them preserved over the winter. I don’t know how much longer I will keep these strains,…

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