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Fuzzy1981's Fox Farm Ocean Forrest Northern Lights 2019

Pennywise

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Fuzzy1981

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Have you noticed an increase in frost since the cat?
actually, i just took the pics real quick tonight. im getting ready for work and didn't take much time too look. however i have to water them again tommorow morning when i get home, and i'll have more time to check them over then. i'll let you know tommorow night.
 

Fuzzy1981

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Nice, that's a big ol colas in the middle!
i have high hopes for that one, the buds extend down well below the leaves and the whole thing is covered fully in buds with no stem showing now. they are still small buds but i think it's going to get pretty big. i would say that it's at least a foot and a half of bud.
 

Fuzzy1981

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i have high hopes for that one, the buds extend down well below the leaves and the whole thing is covered fully in buds with no stem showing now. they are still small buds but i think it's going to get pretty big. i would say that it's at least a foot and a half of bud.
if i think of it, i'll measure it when i water it tommorow to know exactly how tall it is.
 

Pennywise

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Fuzzy1981

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day 102 still doing good, was having a little bit little bit of a humidity issue below the canopy, it was getting up to 80 percent at the highest. there is a little vent door down at the bottom of the tent so i opened that up to help let out some humidity. seems to have worked alright. it's only been about 8 hours, but i reset the highs and lows on my humidity checkers, and i'll know better tommorow. worse case scenario i'll move the outake ducting down to the bottom of the tent below the canopy and that should suck out the humidity (at least in theory) what do you guys think? so far with the vent door open at the bottom of the tent it has dropped the humidity to 40 percent.
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Pennywise

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weenmeoff

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day 102 still doing good, was having a little bit little bit of a humidity issue below the canopy, it was getting up to 80 percent at the highest. there is a little vent door down at the bottom of the tent so i opened that up to help let out some humidity. seems to have worked alright. it's only been about 8 hours, but i reset the highs and lows on my humidity checkers, and i'll know better tommorow. worse case scenario i'll move the outake ducting down to the bottom of the tent below the canopy and that should suck out the humidity (at least in theory) what do you guys think? so far with the vent door open at the bottom of the tent it has dropped the humidity to 40 percent.View attachment 1768048View attachment 1768049View attachment 1768050View attachment 1768051
Is there a fan down there? Can we see what it looks like? The vent door is good but you can't leave that open at lights out. Not sure about moving the exhaust duct down there either.
 

Fuzzy1981

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day 103. i got the pics of the grow tent set up, and will post them now. i had to tie up two of the tallest colas on the critical mass the were leaning, and swaying a good bit when i leaned very slightly into them to adjust the light. when i tied up, and straightened the colas they were alot closer to the light with about 4 to 6 inches in between. so i raised the light up as far as it will go now. im very paranoid about branches breaking off after reading that the buds grow so large on critical mass that they commonly snap branches due to the weight. so there are probably going to be more strings seemingly randomly tied off to support the branches.
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Fuzzy1981

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NL is ready for sure but CM is not. You could give cats to NL or wait until CM is ready. It's really up to you. Is CM a sativa? Sure looks like sativa bud structure.
ever since you mentioned this, i cant help but wonder why the buds are forming on 2 sativa plants so differently. the critical mass is 20 percent sativa and the the northern lights is 10 percent i believe. not a whole lot of a difference percentage wise.
 

weenmeoff

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Not sure but different phenos could explain part of it. I haven't grown a lot of sativas but most I see on here are stacked like your CM. Those are gonna be some monster colas!

I would give those girls a very good trimming down low. All that little stuff that will never amount to much. Many strip everything below 5 or 6 nodes. I never can bring myself to go that far but I do shave their legs pretty good. That will direct energy to the tops and will allow for better air flow.

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Fuzzy1981

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I keep a small fan under the canopy to move air up towards my exhaust. In a larger grow area, I even add a second fan underneath just to keep air moving in all areas. Never directly on the girls, but I want air flowing all around them.
that is a really good idea. i forgot about the crappy little aligator clamp fan i got with my grow ace tent. i stopped using it because it was not strong enough to move larger branches around. but it's perfect for this application. thanks for the idea!
 

Fuzzy1981

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that is a really good idea. i forgot about the crappy little aligator clamp fan i got with my grow ace tent. i stopped using it because it was not strong enough to move larger branches around. but it's perfect for this application. thanks for the idea!
that seems to have solved the humidity issue im now back down consistently in the fourties.
 

Fuzzy1981

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day 104 still doing good, i noticed about four leaves have a little bit of burnt edges on them, im assuming from the cationic drench but really four leaves total is not bad at all. and the northern lights stigmas are starting to turn orange and red. so it's getting closer to harvest time, speaking of which. they say that it's not uncommon for leaves to start turning yellow when it gets close to harvest, about when should i expect to see the leaves start to yellow?
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