Looks like they are all standing in line dressed to the 9's.
Yeah all winter it has fluctuated between 35 and 55%, I’m gonna run her again for spring/summer, and hopefully see her improve.Looking good DL. What is your humidity? The Malawi and Panama like higher humidity. I try to run Panama strains in the summer when I can achieve 55-60% humidity. Panama get crispy pretty quick in lower RH, same with Malawi. It will still turn out great though.
Yeah I’m gonna let that one go a little longer than the other. I didn’t mention it, but it has only drank 65% of what the other has. Make sense, less heat away from direct light.DL it looks like the one out of the direct light may still be actively growing.
Thanks BudLooking good Dopy! Sorry the Malawi did not cooperate. The rest look great!
I suppose after tinkering with this for a few runs to get a baseline, you could apply this to that scenario you mentioned and “buy” some time on harvesting when convenient.DL what you just did was great. Thanks.
If harvest and going out of town don't line up you could turn the lights down get her a drink.... wait we are talking growning.
They’re powerful for sure, problem is they’re already as high as they go, I leave them there all through the grow. I have to bend tops down instead to control distance to the light. But even this coupled with low humidity takes its toll.I think its an effect of the board leds. They are very powerful. A solution to the effect would be raising the lights up some. They are overdriving the plant which in Dopy's case is being exhasterbated by lower humidty levels. Find a balance point that benefits the plant without overdriving the plant. Adjusting the height for your specific lights based on plant behavior.
She might, as she seems to bulk up a lot the last two weeks before harvest...Gota love GESo not much size difference and just a few days of extended growing which if a person had the time and room may allow them to get a bit bigger.
Up up and away!Up with the humidity! Up up up!
Yeah I veg that long if not longer and never end up with veg plants that size. I only veg under a 4 ft 4 bulb tf though. I think that is part of the reason my plants veg on the slower side of things.Thanks Yeti! The veg light is a Next light 525. Root balls were dense, like Doc likes them! Almost 2months of veg.