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Hydrococo Stealth Grow 2015

Hydrococo

New Member
Going to use the mainlining method to grow at least 4 colas each plant.

Strains

1- Cheese
2- Auto Blueberry
3- Northern Lights

All from Expert Seed Bank

Medium

100% coco = No pests

Nutrients

Hydrococo Natural Rooting Powder
Hydrococo Grow
Hydrococo Bloom
hydrococo PK Boost

Feeding

Bottom feeding all plants, only when coco has dried out completely

Water = Tap water left out for 3 days

Seedling - Rooting Powder
Veg Week 1 - Watered = 1x per week
Veg Week 2 - Watered = 2x per week
Veg Week 3 - Hydrococo Grow = 2x per week

Vegging: 24/0

Desktop Computer,

3x 26watt - C.F.L 5600k = 4500 lumens,

5x PC fans,

Temp = 22-27c


Flowering: 12/12

Fish Tank Cupboard,

1x 90watt - L.E.D Tri-Spectrum UFO = 90watts total output,

7x PC fans,

2x 26watt - C.F.L 2600k, (for back up if needed)

Temp = 20-25c

Still to buy:

-PH Kit
-Humidty Monitor
-Carbon Filter
-USB Microscope

Grown a few plants up until flowering but never had a place to flower so this will be the first grow I finish.

All knowledge welcome!
 

Hydrococo

New Member
Here's the nutrients I'm using:



 

Hydrococo

New Member
Stealth PC Grow Box

Green Cup - Northern Lights
Red Cup - Auto Blueberry
Toolbox - Cheese



Cheese plant was fed nearly a week late on 1st feeding and developed yellow bottom leaves :(
 

Hydrococo

New Member
1st signs of trouble:



I'm unable to manage the PH levels until my kit arrives in about a week which sucks,
(I have paper PH tests but they hardly work)

I'm guessing it's a PH problem as I am most likely way above 5.8 PH and more near 7.0 PH.
(my water is about 7.0 PH before nutes)

Or is it salt build up in the coco? or Cal/Mag deficiencies?

anybody know wassup with my cheese plant?
 

John C

New Member
1st signs of trouble:



I'm unable to manage the PH levels until my kit arrives in about a week which sucks,
(I have paper PH tests but they hardly work)

I'm guessing it's a PH problem as I am most likely way above 5.8 PH and more near 7.0 PH.
(my water is about 7.0 PH before nutes)

Or is it salt build up in the coco? or Cal/Mag deficiencies?

anybody know wassup with my cheese plant?

Your plant appears to have minor nutrient burns and possibly a phosphorous deficiency beginning. I believe when you are able to better control the pH range your leaf damage may stop.
 

David Bowman

New Member
Hope all is well in your world.

Is your grow still alive?

We would love to be updated with some pictures and info.

How about posting a 420 Strain Review?

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I am moving this to Abandoned Journals until we get updates.

Sending you lots of love and positive energy.

:Namaste:
 
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