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Cannerd's Test Grow! Mango X Tangie by Irvine Seed Company | Soil + LED

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Mango X Tangie (Reg) - Irvine Seed Company
 
Hey folks, Cannerd here! In this Grow Diary, I'll be testing a new cross that was given to me from Irvine Seed Company! This run will be done in a soil medium under various different LED grow lights throughout it's hopeful lifespan.
 
I chose this medium for the simplicity and cost efficiency for the first go. Should I get lucky and pop a female plant, then we'll REALLY have some fun and see where this cross takes us! I'll probably clone it into a coco medium eventually, then further test the reaction to various growing methods Smile
Link to strain:
 
 
Photograph:
 
UNAVAILABLE (Soon hopefully) 😉
 
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Medium:
 
Soil
  • 60% Promix BX General Purpose soil
  • 30% added Perlite
  • 10% Compost (Worm Castings or Top-soil)

*This will be the final mix for this run. Nothing fancy, just enough to figure out what we got! Transition from germination to seedling is done in straight Promix above with no additives.

Size of Grow Area and number of plants:
 
Grow Room
  • 2 x 2 x 2 M room approx.
  • 0.8 x 0.8 x 1.6 M Grow tent for Flowering
  • 2 seeds for this run
 
Lighting:
 
LED / Quantum Board
 
Vegetative Lights
  • 2 x Tolys 1000W* LED
  • 1 x YearLD Pro 1000W* LED - Full-Spectrum
  • 1 x Lenofocus 1000W* Quantum Board - Full Spectrum

Flowering Lights

  • 1 x Lenofocus 1000W* Quantum Board - Full Spectrum

*Although the Manufacturers state 1000W in the name, as we all know this is to portray an equivalency to the "traditional" lighting solutions. The Tolys lights were cheaper $90 LED lights with individual switches for the vegetative (blue) and flowering (red) spectrums either together or separate. These did not specify actual wattage, however they are estimated between 70-100w actual draw. The YearLD Pro states that it draws 105W, and the Lenofocus states 120W draw.

 
Extraction:
 
Intake
  • Passive

Exhaust

  • 4" inline fan @ 2500RPM (203CFM)
  • 4" Carbon filter

I run the exhaust out of the room and into the hall currently. I have plans un the near future to vent it through the floor/walls to another area of the house eventually.

 
Pot Sizes:
 
Seedlings
  • 0.5L Starter pots

Mature

  • 11.3L (3gal) Plastic pots
Nutrients:
 
Now this is going to depend on a few things. I typically grow with Advanced Nutrients Grow, Micro, Bloom PH Perfect line, and add supplements from there. I chose this because I had very little spare time to give to my grows up until recently. Saving that extra 30 mins PH-ing and mixing and so on was a big plus for me.
 
I'm hoping to try out the General Hydroponics Flora Series this time around, as it was loaned to me to try out by a friend.
 
Again, now that I have the time to devote to my grows I'm excited to really dive deep. I've finally got my EC meter on the way as well, so I'll be experimenting with that and fine tuning a formula I'd like to use should I continue with the GH stuff.
 
Advanced Nutrients
  • Grow @ 2 ml/l
  • Micro @ 2ml/l
  • Bloom @ 2ml/l
  • Voodoo Juice @ 1ml/l

PiNutrients

  • Cal-Mag @ 1ml/l

General Hydroponics *

  • FloraGro
  • FloraMicro
  • FloraBloom
  • Diamond Nectar

*I will be following the Dr. Coco recipe for the GH Flora series. I will link this at a later time Smile

 
Other Equipment:
 
I have tons of fun things like light tracks and such. I may utilize these throughout the grow if everything goes well! I also use the same room to grow a vegetable/herb/flower garden throughout the year, so don't be alarmed to see all kinds of fun plants in the background throughout the diary, haha.
 
Plan for the grow:
 
My OVERARCHING plan for all of my grows is to hone in and find THE ULTIMATE NERD-STRAINS that I really want to keep. Ever since I obtained my grow license and prescription, I've focused on that goal with the idea that I could keep select cultivar/clones in a safe environment (more info to come) until I decided to grow it out, re-clone for safe keeping, and rinse/repeat... Almost like my own personal ULTIMATE NERD-STRAIN VAULT. Sorry, I'll stop with the emphasizing, haha.
 
Anyways, this particular grow is simply to find me some female seeds within this strain for now. Once I achieve this goal, I will archive the grow, and evolve the diary to document the various experiments I will perform to the strain to see the capabilities of the genetics.
 
Finally, I will expand on this type of diary with other strains with the hope that as I search for my wonders of the world, maybe you'll find one of yours along the way! My dream is to help contribute as much as possible for each strain I come across Smile

 
Content:
 
I will also be documenting this grow with video, as I have a background in TV/Film and I get bored! 😉 I will link the individual videos in the week posts as I go along rather than just my channel. This will keep the content organized and feels less like a "Hey, look at me!" 
 
If you'd like to find me on other platforms such as GrowDiaries, Instagram, Etc. and link up, you can usually find me as either Cannerd or Canadian_Cannerd or some iteration. Again, purely to connect/discuss, not self-promoting (if it can be seen like that?).
 
Get your thinking caps folks, it's BRAINSTORMING time! (Sorry!)
 
/Cannerd 
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Nice diary! I'll be watching this one for sure - I follow those Irvine guys on Twitter, always see their gear around. Nice to see some here now too! 👍 👍 

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Looks like you’re enjoying yourself with your grow 😊 thanks for the detailed diary, a good read

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@chillbert Hahaha, thanks mate! Glad you liked it so far! Can't wait to get these babies to flower to sex them haha.

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Alright folks, here comes an update and a half! 

I've been focusing on getting video content out and slowly growing my Instagram account, so it took a BIT to get back and organize all the photos/videos.

Anyhow, in todays update I'll keep things as chronological as possible and provide links to the discussed content as I go along. If you see something missing in the post, be sure to ping or reply to me to add the link!

Here we go!

 

Germination

I started off the grow by germinating 2 seeds with the paper towel method. Threw them in a sandwich bag and left them on a seedling heating mat for almost 2 days. Both seeds were cracked with taproots coming out within 44 hours.

Throughout this experiment, since I'll have 2 plants to report on, I'll be referring to each of them by name (just like a bong)!

Please meet "Sam"

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And Ruby

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Once the taproot was about an inch long, I potted them into the starter pots that I mentioned in my initial post. From there, I gave them a decent watering and popped them into a starter tray with a cloner dome over top. I find this really helps with keeping my temps/humidity in check and consistent. Here are some shots of potting them, then finally all potted and domed:

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After another 24-48 hours they were both out of the soil (Sam was the first by a few hours). This is when the magic starts to happen, lol. From here, I consider this the end of germination.

 

Week 1

SAM:

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Week 1 Vegetative - "Sam" was the first to pop up out of the two plants. This plant exhibited fast and tall growth in comparison to the twin plant. The 2 cotyledons came out with no issues, leaving the pericarp (husk) behind in the dirt!

This growth rate accelerated as the week went on, and as you see in the side by side shot, it gained a noticeable height difference over the twin. I've been told this is a characteristic of male genetics some times, which has me interested to test as these are regular (non-feminized) seeds.

I have both plants in a starter tray with a vented cloner dome on top, and a seedling heating mat underneath. The grow room is a little in disarray right now with my vegetable garden seedlings started as well as a few other experiments, so I have them on a short shelf under a 1000W Blurple for this stage. I find these work perfectly fine with the lower outputs for seedlings.

I constantly play with the vents opening and closing to balance the humidity and soil moisture level. Have I said that I love having the time to do that now? XD

By the end of this week, both seedlings had the cotyledons and first set of leaves developing.

RUBY

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Week 1 Vegetative - "Ruby" was a little shy to come out, taking an extra 8-12 hours longer to pop out of the soil compared to the twin plant "Sam". Even more interestingly, this plant has 3 cotyledons compared to the typical 2! This should be interesting to see what other sort of variations this gene pool will provide Smile

The triplicate continued to the first set of true leaves. As you can see in the side by side shot, this has resulted in a slightly shorter height, though I did not go into exact measurements.

Here they are side by side at the end of the week. I will have this for some weeks, but not all as I may forget along the way.

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To keep this organized, I'll try and separate the weeks by posts. I also created a video that covers how the germination and repotting went. Near the end, you can see what they looked like at around day 30 when I transplanted them.

 

The link is here.

 

Thanks!

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Week 2

Sam

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Week 2 Vegetative - "Sam" started off the week with just the first set of leaves and the cotyledons. I started to introduce nutrients near the middle of the week the timing was right in the dry cycle. I'm always careful to avoid watering too close to the stem for safety. Throughout this grow, I'll be loosely following the foundation Nutrient Recipe found over on cocoforcannabis.com. With the plans to try this strain out in a coco medium eventually, I wanted to "bake in" this recipe from the birth of the plant to prepare the future clones for the switch.

This plant remains the taller of the twins, however height matters less than actual rate of growth once I implement some LST. Throughout the week I adjust the vents as usual to balance and mimic a bright sunny and humid spring day, followed by a cooler (still warm) more dry night cycle. By the end of the week, I had trust that the seedlings were strong enough to withstand the airflow/environment of the entire grow room, so I started to leave the dome off for 12 hour periods to harden them off.

"Sam" finished with 3 developed nodes, and a good 5 inches in height.

Ruby

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Week 2 Vegetative - "Ruby" started off the week with 1 set of leaves and the cotyledons, but remember that these were triplets! You'll notice that the growth rate was seemingly slower that the twin plant (see other Diary), however that 3rd leaf at each set seems to be what set it back, so if anything if could accelerate past "Sam"!

The triplicates continued to the second set of leaves, as you can see. I started to introduce nutrients near the middle of the week the timing was right in the dry cycle. I'm always careful to avoid watering too close to the stem for safety. Throughout this grow, I'll be loosely following the foundation Nutrient Recipe found over on cocoforcannabis.com. With the plans to try this strain out in a coco medium eventually, I wanted to "bake in" this recipe from the birth of the plant to prepare the future clones for the switch.

Although "Ruby" remains the shorter of the two, and a whole node behind by the end of the week, it is also taking on some alternative characteristics that are desirable. Both the stalk and node structures are much more bulky than the other plant. This may lead to a really nice foundation in the flowering stage should it be a female.

Throughout the week I adjust the vents as usual to balance and mimic a bright sunny and humid spring day, followed by a cooler (still warm) more dry night cycle. By the end of the week, I had trust that the seedlings were strong enough to withstand the airflow/environment of the entire grow room, so I started to leave the dome off for 12 hour periods to harden them off.

"Sam" finished off the week with 2 bushy nodes, and 4 inches in height.

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Week 3

Sam

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Week 3 Vegetative - "Sam" started off the week with 3 nodes that were tight in structure. I continued to fertigate with the same reduced nutrient recipe designed for the seedling stage. In reading up on Humic Acid (which is generally what the "Diamond Nectar" is), and how it aids in the binding and uptake of water/nutrients for the root system. With low impacts to water conductivity (salinity levels/EC), I take used the full recommended dose. I keep the CalMag down to the usual 1/2 strength as I'm currently growing in soil.

This plant still remains the taller of the twins, however the efforts seemed to be focused on stretching the existing nodes rather than adding new ones. I find this to be typical after the 3rd-5th node as the nutrients in the plants become more mobile and dispersed. I dropped the light a bit as well by this point to both reduce the stretch and because they have enough leaves to photosynthesize the extra light I find. Just my thoughts, nothing beyond anecdotal evidence.

"Sam" finished the week adding a single node totaling 4 developed nodes, and 7 inches in height.

Ruby

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Photo 2020 11 18, 10 25 56 PM

Week 3 Vegetative - "Ruby" started off the week with 2 nodes that were bushy due to the additional leaf at each node. I continued to fertigate with the same reduced nutrient recipe designed for the seedling stage. In reading up on Humic Acid (which is generally what the "Diamond Nectar" is), and how it aids in the binding and uptake of water/nutrients for the root system. With low impacts to water conductivity (salinity levels/EC), I take used the full recommended dose. I keep the CalMag down to the usual 1/2 strength as I'm currently growing in soil.

This plant still remains the shorter of the twins, however it's making up for that in girth. Like the other plant, it added one node, and broadened a little. I'm okay with this for this seedling however as it will help with light penetration for the canopy further down the road. I find this to be typical after the 3rd-5th node as the nutrients in the plants become more mobile and dispersed. I dropped the light a bit as well by this point to both reduce the stretch and because they have enough leaves to photosynthesize the extra light I find. Just my thoughts, nothing beyond anecdotal evidence.

"Ruby" finished the week adding a single node totaling 3 developed nodes, and 6 inches in height.

Here are the two plants side by side at the beginning of the week. I had a hard time taking photos during this week.

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Week 4

This week was especially fun! I finally got around to repotting the plants into their final 3 gal pots. I also started to apply some LST (low-stress training) near the end of the week. I love this method as the side branches and nodes are able to get much more light compared to no training at all. This results in a much more balances structure overall, and makes allows for consistent bud sizes during the flowering phase.

I will re-link the video HERE that covers the repotting of these two plants. In the video I included what soil amendments I used, and how much. There's also a little surprise at the end of the video for those who are following along and interested Smile

Sam

Just before repotting

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Just after Repotting

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36 hours ish later - nice and perky, no shock!

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Week 4 Vegetative - "Sam" finished last week with 4 nodes, and continued to grow rapidly throughout the week. I didn't take too many photos near the beginning of the week, as it was just more of the same. By the mid-week mark, this plant had reached its' 5th node and was well on it's way to the 6th when I decided to transplant them to their final pots.

I held off a little bit, and definitely could have repotted sooner, but I wanted to get all the footage for the video that's now up on my YouTube channel for you all to see Smile Not here to plug though - so anyways, I repotted "Sam" into a 3 gallon pot with some holes I had cut into the top rim from a previous grow. I'll use these holes to train the twin plants with LST via garden ties.

I mixed in a light amendment of "Grow" Bat Guano (4 tsp.) and Kelp Meal (4 TBSP) for the whole pot to boost the available micro and macro nutrients. I kept it light to avoid wasting resources on the un-sexed plants. Should either of them be female, I'll increase the nutrients via fertigation instead to I don't miss out on an awesome harvest!

Finally, I waited a few days for "Sam" to acclimate to the new pot and stretch the roots (I love how much quicker this step is when they aren't rootbound) before applying the first round of LST. I used standard garden twist-ties, carefully curving and bending a loop around the tip of the plant while making sure not to cut the delicate ends with the edge of the ties (the plastic is kinda sharp). I bend the top towards the outer rim, and tie off. This results in the top being slightly lower than the bend-point, and allows light to penetrate through to the now visible nodes.

BEFORE

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AFTER

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I'm terribly impatient, so this is my favourite part of the grow as they usually bolt from here. I also increased the nutrients in my watering solution now that they have fully recovered from the transplanting at the end of the week.

Ruby

Just before repotting

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Just after repotting

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36 hours ish later - nice and perky, no shock!

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Week 4 Vegetative - "Ruby" finished last week with only 3 nodes, but grew more rapidly throughout the week. I didn't take too many photos near the beginning of the week, as it was just more of the same. By the mid-week mark, this plant had reached its' 4th node and was well on it's way to the 5th when I decided to transplant them to their final pots.

BEFORE LST

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AFTER LST

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Week 5

Sam

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Later in the week

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Week 5 Vegetation - "Sam" has brought joy to my heart, and responded well to the LST we started last week! Less than 12 hours after the first round, you can see the tip of the plant pointing up towards the light already!

I think the part that I love about the LST technique the most stems from my sporadic and impatient mind. Seeing the plants react in as close to real time as you can usually get in gardening is just amazing. Checking in just a few hours later to see a wonderful spectacle as the once bowing tips start to "pray" towards the light in a constant battle of "Dad, stop doing that... I don't want to look at dirt all day". Additionally, the improved light penetration to the nodes seems to really surge the photosynthesis process, increasing the overall surface-area that the plant is processing the light. Exponential gain? Smile

Anyhow, 2 days later you can clearly note the growth rate is increasing with about an inch or so added to the tip, as well as the nodes slowly starting to push out. This causes the plant to change the balance and flow of nutrients throughout different areas of the plant as it tries to invest in the most prosperous and efficient branches. I like to think of this as guiding the blind branches towards the light in a manner that promotes an even and balanced canopy for the whole plant rather than simply the main stalk with smaller lower branches.

From here on out, I don't typically measure the true "height" of the plant, as the whole goal to this training technique is to keep a lower canopy/profile that is even. Just not feasible or possible to measure the twists and turns that are to come XD

**Forgot to Mention in previous week**!! NEW LIGHT

When I transplanted these babies, I also took the opportunity to upgrade my lighting to an HLG 600W BSpec. This bad-boy is meant to cover up to a 7x7ft veg space, and came equipped with a dimmer (even thought the site said it wouldn't. No complaints here)! I currently have it set up to a wifi smart plug with a schedule set, but I had to place warning parameters and dim the light. After a few hours of operation, the wifi-plug will automatically shut off the light without a warning. This timeframe decreases when the light is at a higher output setting, so I'm assuming there's an internal breaker/surge-protection that's kicking it off. I'm fine with it for now as this thing is WAY too powerful for my plants at this stage. I'll have to figure something out, but I have time Smile

Ruby

I had to do this plant's LST over the course of about 8-12 hours as it was a bit shorter than the other, so it wasn't as pliable and I didn't want to risk snapping or stressing a potential queen!

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Later in the week

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Week 5 Vegetation - "Ruby" has brought joy to my heart as well, and responded well to the LST we started last week! Less than 12 hours after the first round, you can see the tip of the plant pointing up towards the light already! I was a little more gentle with this plant on the first round as it was shorter and less forgiving to a bend. Definitely made of for it in the recovery though, as the nodes are growing faster than the twin plant. This plants nodes are already an inch or so out, where the other plant is only just starting to push them out. My predictions seem to align with the faster growth rate of the bushier plant. Looks can be deceiving at first!

You can really see the branches starting to stretch near the end of the week as they are now exposed to light!

 

Here's a side by side at the beginning of the week

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Week 6

Sam

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Week 6 Vegetation - "Sam" rate of growth started to increase near the beginning of the week. With the nodes now stretching, I've started to implement tucking of the larger fan leaves under new and smaller shoots. I find this "new growth priority" method paired with LST really maximizes and speeds up the growth in comparison to an untrained plant. Merely anecdotal though!

You'll notice that in the 3rd shot, the nodes stretched out in about 2 days and just ballooned! now that's what I'm talking about! nearing the middle of the week and the rate of growth is fast enough that I can't remember to take enough pictures between the new nodes. At this point I'm tucking new leaves almost daily, making paths for the light to reach new growth tips.

By the end of the week, I'll need to start tying the nodes to the side before they stretch too far up. If they stretch too far before tying them, they can be a PITA to tie down later with dense foliage and such. Tying them down before they get to this point also keeps the nutrients moving to the "new side-nodes" from these branches. Eventually these will be just as thick as the original main stalk.

As you can see with the last photos added, the branches are almost even with the original top of the plant that was tied down. I gave them a thorough fertigation the night before, and only slight folding of the leaves so I must have choked the roots a bit, but nothing long term.

Ruby

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Week 6 Vegetation - "Ruby's" rate of growth continued to increase near the beginning of the week. As expected, this plant is overtaking the twin plant in terms of growth rate now that the bushy triplicate foundation is developed. Kinda reminds me of the "Tortoise & Hare" story about slow and steady winning the race XD With the nodes stretching and growing quickly, I've started to implement tucking of the larger fan leaves under new and smaller shoots. I find this "new growth priority" method paired with LST really maximizes and speeds up the growth in comparison to an untrained plant. Merely anecdotal though!

Here's a video of them side by side if this works here!

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Thanks for this. Its my first time to lst so looking for advice 

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