That's exactly what I'd love to have. If I had my own place I'd build vege, bloom and drying rooms and have all constantly filled but unfortunately while I live in a rental I'm unable to do so. Autos fit my situation much better at the momentIMO, photos are better suited for growers with veg and bloom rooms. There is just an initial waiting veg period, but after that, it's perpetual and the vegging occurs while those in bloom finish, and once complete, you have very well built plants with established root systems and canopies to go in for the next round of bloom.
Hey mate, the Big Devil hasn't stretched much at all yet. It's the Bloody Skunk that has stretched but thanks for the well wishesHow's it going five. Is the big devil still stretching. My dark devil's went from 8" to 36" in what seemed like a week or two. Now if they start filling in I'll be happy. 2 out of my 4 DD are showing colors
A great explination as always Sky, thank you.Bloody Skunk is a bloody drama queen! Did some Googling and now she's throwing signs of N toxicity in her upper sections with the clawing and deformed leaves. It's almost like she don't know what she wants and will throw a shit fit no matter what, so I guess it's time to revert the augmented schedule back to the original schedule. Also, I want to point out that if there is elevated temps in the tent, they'll try to sweat more to cool themselves off, but if there's minimal water in the medium, that might cause other problems or maybe even current problems, who knows. So here's your burden, if you keep your medium too wet, roots won't stretch and grow in search of more water and nutes, but if you keep it too dry, perspiration will be much harder and poor 5 is stuck right in the middle to tow the line back and forth. This is what I found from a 4 minute google search. I typed "clawed cannabis leaves" which turned up heat stress or N toxicity. I then search "N toxicity Cannabis" and got some more results with more language that I can further expand my search and then start referencing the various materials against each other to help narrow down what I saw in the pic. I know it's tough, but there is a silver lining. A 420 buddy that is very current on technological trends pointed out that there is a device/software/possible cell phone app that can analyze all the various deficiencies and toxicities based on a photo. Don't know how much longer till this is mainstream and available to all, but I guestimate 6 months to a year? The kick in the nuts is that you will already have learned most of them the hard old fashioned way. Good luck with your continued searching.
Ooo, forgot to mention, I think you should leave Big Devil alone and let her stand up when she's read. You've got plenty of light getting in to where it needs to be. When she stretches, more will get in further and things will be good. After the stretch is complete, I would remove a few of the inner most fans ("if needed") to allow light to get into the center good. Maybe 5 leaves every 2-3 days till the center is decently exposed, then let nature do the rest.