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OGeMann

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I have 3 that are 3 weeks old NLxB, NL and PH
I am using living soil and so far I am really impressed with it. I had a malfunction {ME} on my timer for my water pump, It ran for 10 minutes and flushed out on the tray. It didn't effect them at all...Did some LST
A SGROG net will be used
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Bill284

Member of the Month: Mar 2021 - Grow Journal of the Month: April 2021
I have 3 that are 3 weeks old NLxB, NL and PH
I am using living soil and so far I am really impressed with it. I had a malfunction {ME} on my timer for my water pump, It ran for 10 minutes and flushed out on the tray. It didn't effect them at all...Did some LST
A SGROG net will be used
day 17 2.jpg
scrog.jpg
LST Training Day 22.jpg
LST NLxB.jpg
LST NL 1.jpg
LST day 22 NLxB.jpg
day 21 PH.jpg
day 21 NLxB.jpg
day 21 NL.jpg
day 20.jpg
Hey @OGeMann great garden. :thumb:
Just out of curiosity why are you auto feeding LOS.
Soil needs a dry cycle and proper watering techniques.
Pumping water in will cause issues IMO.
Bill
 

013

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Look like a nice setup - I am curious if you have had issues before with concrete slab causing cold feet / wet feet. The slab stays about 55 degrees all year long, I would get the plants elevated a foot to 18 inches above the concrete for faster growth provided you have some headroom to play with.

ditto - auto watering plus soil is not a great combination
 

Bill284

Member of the Month: Mar 2021 - Grow Journal of the Month: April 2021
UPDATE: They have been under the screen since May 8th.
1st and 2nd week in flower
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Beautiful work my friend.
Your ladies are hungry :Namaste:.
What are you feeding them?
Bill
 
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