40 - 70 cm.
First of all, Cafe Racer behaves in a good way the first week. Now, being the first week I also fill the 500cc cups where Cafe Racer is.
Week 3, it continued to evolve in a good way.
Week 4, I have transplanted Cafe Racer to a 5.8 L pot and I have also increased the amount of water in each irrigation so, we spent 500ml of water with fertilizers.
As a first point, I say that in the first week, no fertilizers are applied.
Week 2, a root stimulant, a stress avoidance stimulant and a growth activator were applied.
Week 4, add mycorrhizae, bacteria, to stimulate the growth of the plant. In addition, I irrigate with the stimulator to avoid stress, due to the transplant.
18 - 35 cm.
5.8 - 18 l.
35 - 50 cm.
45% - 55%
At this point, being week 5, we perform apical pruning and also defoliation of the plants.
Week 6 Plants are left quiet after defoliation and apical pruning.
In week 8, it is transplanted into a definitive 18-liter pot.
It should be noted that in week 9 an LST is performed to stretch the lateral arms. +On the other hand, they are passed to pre-flowering to the plant, passing the light cycle to 12/12.
For week 5, vitamins are added to enhance growth after pruning. Also, the growth fertilizer is added and it is watered with the stimulant to avoid stress, after defoliation.
During week 6, a foliar irrigation with diatoms is carried out, to avoid pests and fungi that can damage the plant. Here, in week 7 each plant is watered with fungi and bacteria to stimulate microbiotic life. Also, mycorrhizae are used. It is noteworthy that in week 8 after transplantation, fertilizers and stimulants are added to reduce stress, enhance the roots, batteries and mycorrhizae.
When going to pre flowering in week 9, irrigations with vitamins and especially with flowering stimulants are applied.
50 - 90 cm.
25 - 40 cm.
50% - 60%
28º - 30º
Week 10, inside of flowering I raise the pH to 6.3 and also the amount of water per irrigation to 2 liters, to ensure good nutrition for the plant.
Week 11, is important since the plants are defoliated and super cropped, in order to help them in flowering.
Week 13, a new defoliation is made in the lower part of the plant, to stimulate flowering in the upper zone. At this time, the plants begin to fatten and release a strong odor. Cafe Racer stands out for its subtle aroma and high initial resin production.
Week 11. In the irrigations I use the rooting agent and also the stimulant to lower stress. Also, the irrigation carries the respective fertilizers and flowering stimulants in doses of 1.5ml/l.
Week 12, I add the ultimate bloom fertilizers. These fertilizers are dosed in a quantity of 1ml/l.
Do not forget that in week 13, fertilizers with micronutrients begin to be applied, to stimulate the microbiotic life of the substrate. Remember that also, you begin to occupy the flower growers, to have fatter and heavier flowers.
Week 14, the same nutrition as the previous week is maintained.
During week 15 the cafe racers get fat in a good way and do not stop producing resin. I begin to apply irrigations with still water, to begin to clean the substrate of the salts. The tails keep getting fatter, the resin overflows from the plant. It is a high producer of Cafe Racer resin in this week 16.
It begins to show some wear on the leaves, during week 17. The leaves turn yellow, they are signs that it is beginning to mature.
Week 18, Cafe Racer celebrates 70 days of flowering, for the same reason it happens to be harvested. He still has a few days left for this.
Week 19, leave the plants for 2.5 days only in the dark, to stimulate the explosion of the trichomes and their concentration.
Only bacteria and the stimulant are used to reduce stress at week 15 of grow.
Week 16, water again with nutrients, to stimulate the tails. Use the flowering fattener, the base fertilizers and also bacteria, to stimulate the microbiotic life.
Week 17, increase the dosage of the flowering fattener a bit, to see if it helps the plant a little to acquire new nutrients. On the contrary, low the dose of the base fertilizers, so as not to saturate the plant.
Week 18, apply a nutrient to avoid stress and pH regulators. Besides, I add bacteria to stimulate the substrate. Fertilizers and stimulants were eliminated in nutrition.
Week 19, the plant absorbs the last amount of water from the substrate, as it is ready to be harvested.