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BabyTrees

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Ive attempted backbuilding but i may have done it too late in flower...might of missed the window by a week or so...i do see a bit of a difference but ill know once i harvest and report back!
Awesome, looking forward to hearing your results! I'll have to grow this strain a few times than try it and see if there's any difference, I don't think this run about to come up is a fair comparison since I just upgraded lights, I'll have to do a run under these than try backbudding the next harvest if I can find some evidence of it being useful, it sounds like a very legit idea but I know it's added stress/healing the plant has to go thru as well, in a time I don't defoliate or anything.
 

BabyTrees

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It won’t increase yield but it gives you more uniform nugs. I think it started out as a commercial tactic.
Thanks, I looked at some pictures and it definitely does make the nugs look more uniform, and could be a good tactic for some of the branches for sure, it makes me curious if snipping the tips could have some I'll effects if done too early or late, or even on time it's a day or two setback for healing I'd imagine,
I wonder if it's more prone to mold because the open wound would soon be covered by bud.
 

BabyTrees

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Nice big chunky grenades, now don’t take het to early.
Yeah I was hoping for this weekend, but it's not really looking that way, maybe next week! The only rush is the weather, but i just bought some black out curtains for the sliding door, and took some baffling from work to black out the windows, should help a little with temps this coming week, I hope..
 

BabyTrees

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Looking awesome!!
Thanks! And I think jumping to ChaChing solved my issue that was persisting on the leaves it's looked to halt/slow down for sure. I hope that big chunker gets a little denser over this next week. I've got a water maybe today or tomorrow, and I was hoping to get another ChaChing feed in before she finnishes.
 

Backlipslide

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Thanks! And I think jumping to ChaChing solved my issue that was persisting on the leaves it's looked to halt/slow down for sure. I hope that big chunker gets a little denser over this next week. I've got a water maybe today or tomorrow, and I was hoping to get another ChaChing feed in before she finnishes.
That’s great to hear man!! I’ve never even heard of chaching outside of your journal... I’ll have to read up on it! :thumb:
 

BabyTrees

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That’s great to hear man!! I’ve never even heard of chaching outside of your journal... I’ll have to read up on it! :thumb:
The videos I watched said it's for finishing your plant in late flower. I used these nutrients I put in red, they seem to have done pretty well.
Went ahead and put a chart up untouched as well if you were interested in seeing all the other ones, i never did week 5 until I started flower. I kept up week 4 till flip, im sure I could of started ChaChing a week or two earlier but I'll know for this next run!
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BabyTrees

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Those 3 solubles are worth their weight in gold, don't tell FF though!
They really are. kangaroots does wonders as well for veg I've seen some really nice growth recently with it, I was looking at megacrop but after having no issues with FF I have no problem continuing using it until I have the space to do true comparisons.
 

BabyTrees

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Too much to remember for me lol
I'm goin to print it out and put up a little white board with my day/week/ and what I fed with last ie water no nutes or nutes on it, so I can remember easier. Currently I've just been using the screen shot and writing everything in my phone. It's nice cause it takes the guessing out. But I do not follow it 100% I start at low strength and go higher and higher till I saw tips burn, than turned it down 25% from where it was(did this increase in flower not veg) It worked very well for This plant
 
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