Terpy’s Indoor Creamsizzle Grow

Terpygenetics

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What’s up everybody! This is my second indoor grow. My first grow hermed in second week of flower. I’m hoping if I post my grow in here I can get better feedback. Any opinions or recommendations are welcome. Thanks! This is Creamsizzle (Runtz x creamsicle#4) bred by Clearwater Genetics. So here is my set up
4x4 A.C Infinity tent
AC infinity 6” T6 cloudline in-line fan
Two 300w LED Mars hydro Tsw- 2000
Solo cups for seedling stage
Fox farms happy frog with extra perlite and great white Mycorrhiza

Climate
70-80 F
I’m using zip lock bags over the solo cups to keep R.O up until seedlings sprout.

This is day one in soil.I am only using one Light for seedling and most of veg. I have the Tsw 2000 at 25% at 24” from canopy. I am using a spray bottle to water. I pretty much just try to keep the top soil moist. So once or twice a day I’ll spray the topsoil.
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Terpygenetics

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I was having a problem with light intensity again so I got a luxx meter. Everything is going smooth little ladies are already reaching for that light after I dialed in the light. Still just spraying with the spray bottle on day 9. One of the ladies is whispey I have a oscillating fan on them. Considering stabilizing them with garden tie or something. For now I’m just trying to let them strengthen up themselves.
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Terpygenetics

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I would say today is the first day of veg for the ladies. They are very healthy and happy. I finally got everything dialed. Watering about every three days. A bottle of water is perfect amount for all four at the moment. Climate has been consistent at 75-80 F and 75-80% rh I am going to start decreasing the humidity by 5% each week till I get to 65-70%. And I’m slowly starting to raise light intensity evrey two days.
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Terpygenetics

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I topped my ladies yesterday at the sixth node. I’ve been watering evrey two days now with the well water p.h at 6.3. I’ve been raising light intensity from 25% slowly.I’m at about 45% now and they look pretty happy. Now the waiting game for these new tops.
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Terpygenetics

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Checked on the new growth on my plants this morning and realized I raised the light intensity too fast so I lowered the percentage a little. And I also noticed weird growth on one of the ladies. I’m pretty sure I accidentally F.I.Med one of them and looks like it is creating 4 tops.
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Started bending the plants today. They are really starting to fill out nicely from topping. Now I’m debating on weather I should top them again since I’m planning on using the scrog method in flower.any advice is welcome for my first time using a trellis. Here’s photos after there first lst training.
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It’s been a while I’ve been busy with work. I laid the trellis netting down 6 days ago and defoliated 5 days ago. I have a pretty even canopy so I will put the extra trellis netting on later today and flip to flower tomorrow. Here’s a picture after I laid the trellis down and defoliated and the recovery.
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Today is the first day of flower. I laid the second trellis netting down. I realized this net had smaller holes and I had my nets backwards. Sucks but I will just deal with it this grow. I can’t wait to see the back right pheno. She is by far the strongest one so far as I can tell. I also gave them there last top feed of veg food for the stretch phase.
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Today was day 10 of flower. I defoliated everything that I knew wasn’t going to make it to the canopy yesterday. So next week I’m only going to have to remove some of the bigger leaves that are shadowing bud sites. I also did a little crab meal top dress for more chitin.I have been using recharge every week or so. Yesterday I actually used some great white instead of recharge and mixed with molasses for my soil.Here they are evrey one is hitting the canopy, i just need to use this last week to get everything a little more even.
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Stretch is about done I think. I’m quite happy with the scrog technique. I got the lowest branches on some of them to reach the canopy!!I just top fed them today with a 5-13-0. When I wake up I will trim everything below the first net. I’m really happy with how everything thing is going this round! Can’t wait I smell creamy Runtz in the tent I’m excited to see what these ladies got. Here is some pictures from today.
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Day 16 I realized that I should of used bigger then 5 gallon pots. They are drinking a gallon of water a day.if anyone knows a resolution for this without doing a trasnspoant that would be appreciated. Here’s photos after week 2 defoliation. I took a photo of each pheno in the tent.
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