Today is the day the flowering cycle begins!
Plants are looking happy and vigorous just the way we like them.
Let the show begin!
Day 4 after germination ...started With 8 seeds from heavyweight seeds....popped them under an 8 tubes t5 lights...the soil is bio bizz all mix with worm humus on a 50/50 mix ratio
Ill be using biobizz bloom..bio heaven...topmax...algamic...
Im running a budbox xxl tent ....with a light rail...with a 600watts hps bulb....with a 5" carbon filter with 5" rkv fans and a ram air pro climate control box and a
My co2 bag
Originally Posted by Bigtalon
Ok so this is my first go at this,
Currently they are at 6 inches of height, 1 1/2 weeks of growth since sprouting.
I am using:
2x200w (40w) CFLs (2800 Lumens each)
4x100w (23w) CFLs (1600 Lumens each)
10-10-10 Nutes currently in veg.
They are vegging great, no yellowing, no stretching I mean they look beautiful but I am preparing for when I start to flower and I wanted to know what I need.
Originally Posted by HigherDrifter
We humans are thee most environmentally, ecologically, and economically UNFRIENDLY species on this planet.
Got another reminder of human bullshit's progress and how we've been lulled into a consumeristic slave dream state.
Yesterday I had to pack up all of a renter's belongings beings since he's not showing up with the rent, not to mention, not even showing his face, so he's gone.
As I was moving shit around, filling that tote box up with one
I have been told not to go all the way to 0 ppm - to leave a good 25% during flush[/QUOTE]
A higher ppm of nutrients can be pulled from the plant with a low ppm solution then a 0 ppm solution and is often why a harvest flush agent is used.
Here is a recipe for a home made Clearex Flushing Solution
I mixed up the Clearex Flushing Solution suggested by Goldengoose7
in a large pot I combined:
1 gallon of distilled water
Originally Posted by casey2003
Feed with your nutes allow to dry, typically feed, miss 1 day then plain water, allow to dry then nutrients, and continue, always allow your medium to dry.
Hi everyone. I'm a first time grower or I'm trying to and I'd love some help. My little baby is exactly one week today and it's my first try but my stem broke so I was wondering if I should keep trying with that one or should I just start over. I'm really proud to even see results so I'd hate to have to ruin it.
hello im a beginner grower my plant is 10 weeks old and im not sure if its ready to be moved into flowering stage. here some photos of the plant i want to know if it needs anything to be done like trimming or cropping or any thing else to get a good results
Here's some pics taken at Day 1 and Day 5 of 30 Blue Dream plants under 2000 watts of HPS lamps in a 4x8 tent. Click these links to see more:
Fed the girls today. They were looking a bit yellow because I've been cutting back to nitrogen to control growth but I fed them 1/4 Fox Farm Bloom and they greened right up.
Originally Posted by KingJohnC
Originally Posted by Dennise
Can you explain to me which is the stated wattage and what is the actual wattage used??? Did you already have the meters to test all of these numbers? I'm won't mention any other LED names but I only really know 1 and that is the only way I know to compare it to even though I do know it's kinda apples and oranges but can you tell me the difference in what I have been using and a COB... Is it just that the COB is a cluster vs a panel...
It all really looks great... also would you please
I am always torn at this time of year. I like the holidays well enough I guess. It is a great time to spend with the family and I love the snow. When you have kids, you don't need an excuse to build a snowman or fort. We usually build a fort every year. When there is enough snow and room anyways. A couple of years we've even had wars with the neighbors, but we tend to move a lot, so it's not like a yearly thing.
This year we have about 1/2 acre to work with and all open space.
Originally Posted by BigIrishDoode
my highest brix was in coco! i just followed the instructions curso laid out for me and tweaked it to coco, i find that in coco calcium and mag are macro level nutes well more and more were discovering that ca is more of a macro than previously thought it comes into focus alot in the high brix systems with ca being in many of the foliars and drenches, so im always extra liberal with ca and provide it in several forms ,and mag gets thrown in often and i double even triple the azomite ,it seems to
Originally Posted by BigIrishDoode
the lil gal is looking better on the topic of light
this is my opinion, im a firm believer that plants need rest in the dark,i have had all sorts of problems in the past with 24/0 schedule, there are scientific studies that show the more rest a plant gets the healthier it is (to a point you dont want to flower too soon)
they grow faster and have much larger root system (root growth is accelerated at night),are less prone to disease, they can only use light for a certain
Just check on the girls. 30 Blue Dream plants in 3 gallon pots under 2000 watts HPS.
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