Sativa HPA Aeroponic Grow Experiment 2021

leblanca

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End of Week 6 :
Flowers are getting bigger
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Southerncough

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Wow this is amazing! I'm sure there is a lot of waking in the middle of the night wondering if you remembered to turn something on or off though!
 

DeeCee112

Plant of the Month: Mar 2020
Those root masses are just amazing great work!

Looks like a bit of mute burn on the tips though might want to hold or dial back on dose?
 

leblanca

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Wow this is amazing! I'm sure there is a lot of waking in the middle of the night wondering if you remembered to turn something on or off though!
Thats what i like about this grow, i dont have to do much except prepare my system once a week, take 2h and im done for another week.
 

leblanca

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Near the end of week 9
It seems the burn has stop progressing whitch is good.
I see some deficiency on some leaves which i think might be caused by section of roots losing water as other roots take over, just a guess as the same plants looks healthy and with deficiency.
Some leaves right under the uv curled a lot but only a few so im not worried.
I noticed also the cola seems to gain weight.
Look at the trichones and everything looks clear.
Probably switch to late flower feed next water change.
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leblanca

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End of week 10
The colas are starting to get top heavy, started to install yoyos.
Fertiliser still at 25% strenght except the bloom at 50%.
Trichomes looks from clear to milky, im guessing a week or 2 to harvest for most of them, raspberry caugh is supposed to be longer though, we see.
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Southerncough

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Its been a week it dry, humidity is steady 58-60%, temp vary from 12 to 20c, keeping temp low as ts cool outside at night, should make drying slower which i think help get rid of chlorophyll.
It smells wet hay, at the moment, like a lot.
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Yeah, the slow dry and a nice cure should do the trick
 

Southerncough

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Plants have dried for about 2 weeks, i trimmed the Jack herer and the Wedding cake
Got 11oz of jack herer and 10.5 oz of wedding cake.
I will leave the other 3 plant to dry for another 2 week with a humidifiers keeping humidity at 60%.
That looks yummy!
 
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