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Skittlez & Gelato#33: first time grow

Louisdagr8pe

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1st two are skittlez and the other are the gelato, I have them in my 4x2 closet. Doing the best I can controlling humidity and temps everything is pretty stable watering when dry which is about every 3-4 days got them in some fox farm ocean forest. Also what organic nutrients should I look into when I start having to feed them. I have a bunch of information i have read saying this n that but just let me know what you use! Also this is my first grow ever and the closet is a bit ghetto lol.

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Bill284

Member of the Month: Mar 2021 - Grow Journal of the Month: April 2021
1st two are skittlez and the other are the gelato, I have them in my 4x2 closet. Doing the best I can controlling humidity and temps everything is pretty stable watering when dry which is about every 3-4 days got them in some fox farm ocean forest. Also what organic nutrients should I look into when I start having to feed them. I have a bunch of information i have read saying this n that but just let me know what you use! Also this is my first grow ever and the closet is a bit ghetto lol.

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Cute girls nice ser up my friend.
 

bobrown14

Grow Journal of the Month: Dec 2017 - Photo of the Month: May 2020
Just a quick question - are the wood chips mixed into the soil or its it a top dress/mulch?

Wood chips are ok for mulch layer but not so much mixed into the soil.

What happens with chips mixed into soil is the microbes will begin to break down the wood chips. The problem starts when the microbes need food for energy to eat the wood. That food energy will be robbed from the plants and usually results in a nitrogen deficit.
 

Bobby Blunt

Active Member
Louisdagr8pe
Before we talk about your plants lets talk about your grow room, that's not ghetto, that's plain scary son :oops: fans, one hanging on the power cord, one hanging by a nail and one that should be in auntie's window. You need to remove them, the size of your closet you can buy an oscillating/non oscillating tower fan 14" tall from "Lasko" its reasonable $29 you can get a small battery operated temp/RH monitor that can sit on the floor "Vivosun" $9 you can get Elantek reusable cable ties for that extra cable on your light, 8"L x 0.8"W 25pcs $10 and you can buy bigger ones for your exhaust fan and drum filter and get rid of those plastic ties once you cut them that's it :confused: if that is some kind of mulch in your pots I would swap them out for clay pebbles 4lb's $12 and when your finished with your grow wash them off and reuse them, all items can be purchased from Amazon, free shipping ;) Now that we got your closet safe and your pots looking spiffy :D let's talk about your girls. I haven't grown skittles but I have grown Gelato #33 she's a mostly Indica hybrid; Sunset sherbet and G.S.C thin mints very hardy and a good producer, the two plants in the cloth pots are ready for their veg. nutes 1/2 strength then next watering ph water only then next watering veg. nutes full strength and so on and so on for your little one I would ph water only for the next two feeding's before I start my nutes. I hope this has helped, keep toking :51:
 
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