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LSD, Lemon Jack, OG Kush, Timber Lighting, Fox Farms

Canuckush

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ShutterBud

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I had never even seen weed (up close) until about 3 years ago when Hydroholic brought some home. It's truly one of the most beautiful plants I've ever seen and I just can't seem to take enough photos! If I cross into annoying, I'm sure someone will say something.
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Hydroholic

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Our LSD plant seems to be sensitive to everything. I made a change today in the way I mixed. I am using AN Sensi Bloom PH Perfect. I started the Grow without ever changing the ph. I didn’t understand PH as related to plants at that point. I decided to bring the PH up to 6.0 from 5.8 to get into the soils acceptable range. The LSD plant was not happy, at all. Leaves are curling, ph issue is my thought. I took it out and flushed it with a 1/2 gallon of Ph 5.8 water. This plant had slow growth so at this point I need to make a swing at getting it healthy or getting it gone.
The rest of the plants are reaching for the lights. I think I am going to take a few clones of this OG Kush if it keeps up like this.
 

ShutterBud

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Our LSD plant seems to be sensitive to everything. I made a change today in the way I mixed. I am using AN Sensi Bloom PH Perfect. I started the Grow without ever changing the ph. I didn’t understand PH as related to plants at that point. I decided to bring the PH up to 6.0 from 5.8 to get into the soils acceptable range. The LSD plant was not happy, at all. Leaves are curling, ph issue is my thought. I took it out and flushed it with a 1/2 gallon of Ph 5.8 water. This plant had slow growth so at this point I need to make a swing at getting it healthy or getting it gone.
The rest of the plants are reaching for the lights. I think I am going to take a few clones of this OG Kush if it keeps up like this.

She's super happy this morning!!
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Hydroholic

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Today we worked so hard to get the outside of the grow room sided. It was hot as hell out there but we managed to get done.
It was nice to open up the tent this morning to find the girls reaching for the lights. The LSD plant took the flush like a stripper on 100$ bills. She was reaching for the lights and no more twisting.
The grow room has been holding at a 78-80 degree range and I get a small increase of humidity at night but keeping it under 55%. We keep working on the building and our environment is becoming stable.
Mixed Nutrients for tomorrow morning feeding. Using 9 bottles of Nutrients is nonsense but since I have them, I use them for now. Been compiling my list of salts and sprays per snowbound recommendations to prepare for a better/ cheaper solution.
 

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A few pretties from yesterday.
 

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Hydroholic

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Gave the girls a good drink. Fuckd took 1 gallon and the small girls drank a gallon between them. We opened the tent and both went “wow!” at the overnight growth on one of the OG plants. I will flip one of these back to veg after flower is over and keep it for a few grows then take clones and run a full cycle again. Had a total of about 10 minutes in the tent today. Busy Sunday. Got home and had 2 minutes in the tent to make sure they weren’t having an issue with the ppm increase. They were still leaves to the sky. Will take some pictures tomorrow when lights are back on.
 

Hydroholic

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Day 15 from flip. All is great.
 

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Hydroholic

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We took the little girls out and cleaned the walls, lights,fans and dehumidifier. Dropped the "plant stand down on top of a couple of blocks. It put the small ones at 20 inches from light. I dropped the light on that side and inch. They are stretching so they will be at 18", likely tomorrow. Used some twine to pull the branches back on the big girl to get good light penetration without clipping any more.
Got our LUX meter tonight but ran out of time with clean up before lights out. I will take readings tomorrow.
 

Hydroholic

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Day 17 since flip. Opened the tent to the plants not reaching for the lights. I get it, they are thirsty.
Uped the girls ppm from 930 to 960 and gave them a drink. I am out of recommended range for ppm at early flower. I want to lean on the plants a little more before I take the ppm into the 1100-1200 range at week 5. I hope this linear approach will work better. I will try and get into the 1000-1050 range in week 4 without causing issues. Live and learn.
The LSD has made a miraculous recovery and is producing very large leaves now. It's the lone survivor of the LSD plants so I hope we get at least a bowl or 6.
I am reading on topping of flowers to promote bud growth. I am always a little cautious about stressing the plant so I will read more.
 

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Hydroholic

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Day 18: Today was drink day about 9:30am. 960ppm and 5.8 p.h. Gave them their required 2 gallons between them. I let them run off a little more today to try and flush some of the old salts out. I’m thinking that the next watering will be just water. I hate flushing because I feel like I’m washing the good bacteria out while trying to remove build up. I have been wanting to do this for a couple of weeks but the plants are responding great. I had 2 leafs on 1 branch that looks like they got nutrient burn and some tips also. I watered probably a half day early but I’m trying to change it’s schedule so I’m not watering at night when lights go off. I do have to say that for using hydro Nutes the plants have responded kindly.
Went back in this afternoon and they are again reaching for the lights.
 

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