Wow Doc your plants look amazing, they are gleaming with resin! I have a quick question if you don't mind, I have what I think is a deficiency on my LA Con but I'm not sure what kind. If you have any ideas on what kind of deficiency or possible solutions it would be really helpful, thanks a bunch. It has several leaves that look like the picture, the only things I could think if it is not a deficiency is I've given it two EWC foliars along with a few doses of azatrol the last few weeks but I made sure to put them in a shaded spot until the leaves were dry to avoid any possible burns associated with spraying the leaves.
Doc bud Your advice is great!
Azomite that's what I was for getting.
As for the soil it was for the outside garden and I received results via email.
But if you would like the results I would happily write a long message if the time would help you.
you can open the email, copy and paste the text into paint, edit out personal info, save as a jpg file, upload and post.
hey doc, got a ? for ya. ive been aerating my nutrient mixture for 24 hrs before feeding my girls and was wondering if i should be adding the mychorrizae while it is being aerated or right before i water the girls? im just trying to make sure that my plants are getting all the nutes i mix up and was thinking that adding them while it aerates would deplete some of the available nutes. i also supplement with molasses and know the beneficials love it.
thanks for the help in advance
and thanks for all the insight on the High Brix.
Here is the setup for the the indoor
good quality light mix potting soil with perlite.
blood ,bone ,fish meal
Planter II traces
All cooked in nature own microbe tea, potted on 3l pots with 1/3 hot mix and 2/3 plain. Top dressed with bio forte, planter II and bio vam.
Drench weekly with microbes in veg.
6L pots for flower with 2/3 hot mix alternating feed with kelp and microbes
High cal lime
And kelp meal
Sorry havnt got measurements with me right now.
Hope you can tell me what I'm am missing if I am as I learnt it all from you
Doc, I apologize...I'm sure you went over it before, but now that I'm looking at the most recent pics, can you go over again what strain(s) these are, and what you're not happy about?
They may not be up to your standards, but they still look pretty damn good for plants you normally would have culled!
Now that I'm learning more, I don't think I'll repeat the error.
The first one is Lemon Thai, and it's the best of the bunch at this time, but still a bit ragged.
The purple one and the one with the nicest leaves are two pheno's of Purple Jack Herer. The large one smells exactly like Jack, the purple one a bit different. It didn't grow right, due to to topping too late in bloom, but it looks dank and smells really good.
They're OK....but I'm not proud of them. They aren't mindblowing, incredible and unusual....just decent weed. It happens to all of us!
Now that I'm learning more, I don't think I'll repeat the error. There's very little dirt left on the 3 gallon pots....I popped out a root ball the other day.....could have set it on the bedspread. Just roots, no dirt. Not good.
Truly funny Doc as most of us would give an arm, child (well maybe not the child) to have plants like those - LOL
great work! As you stated before this was a learning run for you and for us for that matter. I will probably have the same issue with my 4 gal pots, but so far so good and I do have to feed my plants in the 4gal more than in my 8s thats for sure.
? for you. Have you by chance grown just Jack? I have 3 huge Jack's growing and I know they require a longer flower time, but I have no idea of what to except from the end product. Smell, taste, the high. If you could shed any light on it that would be great.
Thanks Doc and
I think you're looking real good! the only thing you're missing are the foliar sprays, Amaze, Bloomit and PGR. I've got Amaze dialed in, but still working on PGR and Bloomit.
I have a root question for ya.
I harvested all 5 plants this week and was surprised that none of my pots, which are 4 and 5 gals square, were not very packed with big roots or even close to root bound.
Instead they were full of tiny thin hairy roots that were pretty evenly dispersed all over the pot, top to bottom. Very few larger roots around the bottom, but for the most part just the small web of roots.
The plants seemed to be healthy and turned out great, but just wondering why they got this way.
I am guessing they never had to search for water or nutes.