As you may have read in the previous article, the plants in our garden are now in full bloom. Now we have advanced some more in our breeding cycle the differences between our plants are more clearly visible. We have some plants that are much larger than the other ones, fortunately we have placed them on the outside of our garden so this poses no problem with our lamp. Moreover, we have previously bent over the tops of two of our plants in order to ensure that the entire flower is well exposed to our lighting.
Because we grow organically, it is important that we have a good soil life with lots of bacteria. To boost it a bit and make sure to make our plants for big and dense flowers, we gave our plants a dose of compost tea. To make our compost tea we have used the PK Booster Compost Tee of Biotabs, with you can use to brew your own compost tea at home. For this you just need an aquarium pump and a bucket. We have given each of our plants about half a liter of compost tea. We have done this by hand and not through our autopot system in the tank of our autopot system we only keep water, we never mix it with plant food.
As you can see in the pictures the flower buds of some of our plants have been swelling nice and are compact and hard. The white widow of Dinafem and `Royal Queen seeds seem to have the best developed flowers at this stage and it is expected that we can harvest them first. This is the white widow of Dinafem
This is the White Widow Royal Queen Seeds
This is a white widow Greenhouse Seeds.
Between the plants from Greenhouse Seeds we have one plant that has more pronounced sativa characteristics, it is also one of our largest plants.
As you can see, it seems that for some of our plants, harvest time is almost there while other plants still seem to be needing a while. Here and there our plants begin to show some yellow leaves. In nature this is the sign that autumn is approaching, for us it is the sign that we are slowly going to the end of our grow cycle and that the harvest period is approaching. In the next part of the comparative test of white widow cannabis seeds from seedmarket.com you can follow how the plants in our home grow garden are developing.