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Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
Yuuup... I'm in!
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Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
If you're ever struggling to get an answer in your own journal, feel free to repost it over in my Temple of Bloom thread too.
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Some of the best growers I know mingle there. LoL, and everyone is always willing to help.

Good luck on the grow! I'll be tagging along...
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falstaffo

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If you're ever struggling to get an answer in your own journal, feel free to repost it over in my Temple of Bloom thread too.
:high-five:

Some of the best growers I know mingle there. LoL, and everyone is always willing to help.

Good luck on the grow! I'll be tagging along...
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thanks a lot i certainly will!!
old salt has kept tabs on me a lot in my other grow, and pennywise over here lol
its cool if people hopp in and check my babes out happy days, if not, well they are loved anyway :)
 

Preston9mm

Member of the Month: Oct 2018 - Photo of the Month: Nov 2018 - Plant of the Month: Jan 2019 - Nug of the Month: July 2019
thanks a lot i certainly will!!
old salt has kept tabs on me a lot in my other grow, and pennywise over here lol
its cool if people hopp in and check my babes out happy days, if not, well they are loved anyway :)
You're in good hands there! Salt is a fantastic mentor.

I see some bangin' harvests in your future homie!
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falstaffo

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You're in good hands there! Salt is a fantastic mentor.

I see some bangin' harvests in your future homie!
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i hope so lol
soooo looking forward to my first haha
my friend dabbled a bit before, ran a few cycles, was constantly telling me my first times wont be much and not great quality etc, might get a couple ounces around of homegrowny weed.
well ive shown him pics and some videos weekly as theyve developed lol
i think he is quite surprised...
most of the people we know who grow or have grown under lights havent really used led either, and were very sus about them too when i decided on led lol
well quantumwatts seem bangin to me lol
 

ProfessorFlora

Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2019 - Nug of the Month: Aug 2019
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bless her, shes a proper little monster!! lol
I have a soft spot for the freaks lol. I'm always fascinated and like to see how they change over the course of the first month. I've not seen one like that before and it looks a bit like she's only half a plant. It may grow out of it in a few weeks but she's pretty cool. Keep up the good work Fal
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falstaffo

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I have a soft spot for the freaks lol. I'm always fascinated and like to see how they change over the course of the first month. I've not seen one like that before and it looks a bit like she's only half a plant. It may grow out of it in a few weeks but she's pretty cool. Keep up the good work Fal
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ive had experience with some bagseed autophotofreaks so i know a little about them lol they started off fine though, fun to have a little deformed babe on my hands though :) sure she will be fine hehe
 
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ProfessorFlora

Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2019 - Nug of the Month: Aug 2019
i have a question actually,
should i get them in their final pots before starting to quadline, or start quadlining when ready and transplant later?
I think that it would probably be best to start training as and when you need to. If you wait too long then you miss key moments in the plants growth which can be revisited but it'll just take longer. I've not done any quads and normally just let mine go mental but I can't see any problems with transplanting a half trained plant
 

falstaffo

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I think that it would probably be best to start training as and when you need to. If you wait too long then you miss key moments in the plants growth which can be revisited but it'll just take longer. I've not done any quads and normally just let mine go mental but I can't see any problems with transplanting a half trained plant
yeah thought so, i did do a transplant on one i was manifolding, and she was fine actually, plus i figure if i start training i can bury the stem deeper upon transplant also...
i think a few more days they will be ready; but could handle the pots longer yet. could they even be done at the same time? or would it be too much in one hit?
 

ProfessorFlora

Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2019 - Nug of the Month: Aug 2019

falstaffo

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They can handle a lot of stress. I guess it all depends how rough the transplant is but transplanting and training in the same session should be ok if you're nice to them. I'm not nice to mine and they are ok now lol
yup yup. might even attempt that then, will see how they go this week; if they make it too weekend witout needing to start training i will do all together.
 

falstaffo

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rehomed subs quickly tonight
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gave a light dusting of great white,
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5th nodes out on bubbles and pebbles respectively..
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node spacing is tight, these floodlights are doing a good job @ProfessorFlora !
not sure how much longer i can get away with just the 2 in there. as i mentioned earlier, their training will start soon, might buy me some more time under these lights.otherwise qb time for them soon..
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and a few from my other room, just because :slide:
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ProfessorFlora

Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2019 - Nug of the Month: Aug 2019
I think you may be surprised at how long you can veg under them for. I've just put one of my plants into flower that I kept under a 100w 7000k panel for 99 days. She's a beast lol. For the last maybe 2 weeks I could see that I would have benefited from another unit but for the most part it was great
 

falstaffo

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I think you may be surprised at how long you can veg under them for. I've just put one of my plants into flower that I kept under a 100w 7000k panel for 99 days. She's a beast lol. For the last maybe 2 weeks I could see that I would have benefited from another unit but for the most part it was great
good to hear lol
will play it by ear i guess and make decisions as time goes
 

falstaffo

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little photo dump
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in order
blue (cheese auto) maybe i should call her quazimodo lol
letty (2f2v)
pebbles (alaskan purple)
bubbles (bubblegum)
subs (strain unkown bag seed)

nice bit of growth today all around. i might take off nodes 1/2 on pebs and bubs tomorrow, then take 5/6 a day or two after.
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thats it for now
 

Pennywise

Member of the Year: 2017 - Member of the Month: Mar & Oct 2017, Aug 2018, May 2019 - Plant of the Month: Aug 2017
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