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Jungle Joseph

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Hello 420 friends, welcome to Joe's grows.

I currently have 6 plants, all clones from bagseed. 5 outside and 1 in the tent.

3 plants are in fabric pots (shopping bags), and 2 in small planter bags. The plant in the tent is in a 10 gallon pro fabric pot.

The plants in the small planter bags are in 'terrazilla soil', and are being fed synthetic nutrients. Dyna-grow bloom.

All plants in fabric pots are in 'easyasorganics' living soil, approximately 10 gallon of soil each, and are being fed organic supplements only. I'm using bat guano, bud burst, crystalic and a dry amendment bloom booster, Herbi's bloom booster 2-8-4. I mixed the Herbi's with worm castings and top-dressed.

My tent is 3x3x6 feet. I have a single HLG Diablo board running off a meanwell 200w driver. I have a mountain air carbon filter and a 160cfm extractor fan with passive air intake. There's a small fan to move air around the tent. I also have a CO2 bag, although I don't know how effective it is.

I've started using yucca extract at every watering. It's good stuff.

Here's some pics of the plant in the tent.

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Stunger

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Hello 420 friends, welcome to Joe's grows.
Hey Joseph, looking good!
I've started using yucca extract at every watering. It's good stuff.
That sounds good stuff. I presume it dissolves/mixes easily.
I only got an 'Oops' when I clicked on it.
Leaf septoria. Most likely caused by recent weather, rain, humidity etc. Apparently not terminal, but will adversely affect yield.
It was a bit of a weather bomb a couple of weeks ago, shame about the septoria. Cheers.
 

Jungle Joseph

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Hey Joseph, looking good!

That sounds good stuff. I presume it dissolves/mixes easily.

I only got an 'Oops' when I clicked on it.

It was a bit of a weather bomb a couple of weeks ago, shame about the septoria. Cheers.
Hey stunger,
I mix the yucca extract in warm water, it helps dissolve it, otherwise it clumps up in cold water. It makes a difference for sure, it soaks into the soil better than water alone.

The oops was me trying to edit my signature

The septoria is unfortunate but at least it won't kill the girls. Hopefully. Fingers crossed.
 

Stunger

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LKABudMan

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Jungle Joseph

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The plant in the tent (boot girl), is transitioning to senescence (dying). The fan leaves are turning yellow and some have fallen off. She's also drinking less.
The buds are getting really heavy now, so I got some yoyos to hold them up.
I've been feeding her bud burst (kelp based organic liquid), crystalic (molasses based), and bat guano (phosphorus).
I've also been trying yucca extract, and it really helps with the water uptake. Mixing it is like instant coffee, if you use cold water it clumps together, so I mix it with hot water and it dissolves in no time.

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Jungle Joseph

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The outdoor girls are still putting on weight, they're starting to turn as well. I've been feeding the plants in soil with the same as the the plant in the tent.
I ran out of the dyna-grow, so the two in the small pots are getting water mixed with yucca and guano for now and I'll flush them in a week or two.
I won't be flushing the soil pots, I'll feed only water, yucca and guano till the end.

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LKABudMan

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