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#61 ASheS

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 06:04 PM

Youuuu are sooooo beautifull .... to me

buut not for you! good job!
thx, for the pics

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 06:11 PM

Yep,the Pans sure like the new growroom.
And the heatwave sure helps...,I think the temperature at my attic does rise as far as 30oC or maybe more.

Your right about the size of this substrain...they can get rather big.
Shrooms up to 2-6 grams each,with stems so tick,you can easily take away the skin to take inner samples for clones.
But if conditions are not good,they stay very smal and pale ,like in the first pictures on page 1.

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Posted 02 July 2009 - 02:55 PM

Update....

Harvested the second flush...
There wasn't any waiting time between the two flushes.
It started right again after I gave the two trays an 8 hour dunk.

The tray that had the best 1 st flush now had the smallest.

Total weight of the 4 trays +- 90 grams wet.
So this makes flush1+2 a total of 250 grams (25 doses) :teeth:

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#64 Om shanti

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Posted 02 July 2009 - 03:40 PM

Very nice! :headbang:

BTW, which is your favorite Pan to grow, if you have a favorite?

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Posted 02 July 2009 - 03:56 PM

This one, Sandoze...

Big shrooms,nice flushes,very clean and spiritual.
All in all just aboud the perfect strain/specie.

I think some Pans are more visual,but also feel a little 'darker' or just not have that spiritual feeling I get from these ones.

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Posted 03 July 2009 - 02:10 PM

Big shrooms,nice flushes,very clean and spiritual.
All in all just aboud the perfect strain/specie.

:amazed: With that big recommendation I guess I will have to try the Sandoze some time.. ;-)

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Posted 03 August 2009 - 05:49 PM

Thanks everyone,for the heads up...

I've got some heavy overlay,so as a little experiment,I gave one tray an extra casing layer,will see how that works out.
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Hey spacecake,
How did you cause the overlay?
Was with intend to?
I´m affraid about overlay now =/ hehe

By the way...you´re my hero man, I love Pans, and I´ll try the Sandoze strain next month ^^
I hope my growlog be a sucessful like your.

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Posted 03 August 2009 - 06:08 PM

Thanks P4ulada...

My intension was, to compare the grow of a fresh print VS an old print.
The result was that the tray of the fresh print got overlayed.
This was only a one time experiment,so not really science...

If your afraid of overlay,then just remember to not use any nutriance in the casing layer,I do it here,but not always with great succes.
(The well known cactus mix works very well,nutriance low)

After this experiment I stopped using compost in my casing layers(with Pan grows) and got better flushes.
But long before this..some time ago I began to ad compost to the casing layer,because I got better results doing this...
Now I know a little bit better when to use it and when not to.

But the Pans still hold alot of secrets,and I'm still far way from getting the good flushes over and over again.
But I think the more we all post our results and failures,the more we can experiment and come to a good(or best) way to grow Pans.(like we do with cubies).

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Posted 04 August 2009 - 12:23 PM

Thanks P4ulada...

If your afraid of overlay,then just remember to not use any nutriance in the casing layer,I do it here,but not always with great succes.
(The well known cactus mix works very well,nutriance low)

But the Pans still hold alot of secrets,and I'm still far way from getting the good flushes over and over again.
But I think the more we all post our results and failures,the more we can experiment and come to a good(or best) way to grow Pans.(like we do with cubies).


Hum...understood =]
I think the cactus mix works better, I´ll mix it to vermiculit and coir, thus it´ll be a lot more less nutritive, besides...vermiculite gives a good aeration and "water reserve" (rez-effect).
I think it´s good because I read a lot of growlogs (of Brazil growers) wich the argument of failure was: the Pan´s mycelium is more fragile than the cubensis mycelium, so when the cake of pans was crumbled and cased, the fragile mycelium did not recover himself (sic, gramatical error? sorry =/).
And about the secrets...we go discovering reading our growlogs and doing good experiences like your :eusa_clap
Now, I´m not afraid hehe

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Posted 04 August 2009 - 12:53 PM

:bow: archive material

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Posted 04 August 2009 - 02:22 PM

Great thread!
Inspiring!
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