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    Early Flower

    Started with cfl's, then decided it was time to get a 400w hps. My closet is still suffering, and I haven't gotten it squared away yet. Can't remember how old the plant is. But shes doing well, besides the cfl burns here and there.

    I got Sensi bloom A+B, as im going ebb and flow with my next grow. My question can it be used in dirt? I got a ppm meter so measuring wouldn't be a problem.


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    Re: Early Flower

    Couple more shots. Shes in some dirt, I like garden dirt, even though it states it shouldn't be used in a pot. I'm going to get her in a 5-gal bucket this evening. Let her rest up after. Shes over 2ft by a half inch or so, the angle shaved an inch or so off.




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    Re: Early Flower

    looking goood so far

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    Re: Early Flower

    I transplanter her before bed last night into a 5 gal bucket. I flushed her for quite sometime. Noticed a little salt buildup when I started watering, so ran 15 gallons thru the bucket.

    She seems to have taken the transplant well. She did last time as well. Roots weren't quite bound, but getting there.

    I found out I can use Sensi Bloom in the dirt. Feed her a few days back. She seemed to love it. I'm going to step up the strength a bit with the next feeding.

    I still need to finish up this closet, going to make a scrubber for my exhaust, not so worried about smell, but the fan pushes 250cfm and I got to quite it down. I bought a dimmer rated at 600w so that should slow her down a bit. Anyone else done that with a can-fan?



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    Re: Early Flower

    I used Sensi Bloom 2 part for my White Widow grow with great results

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    Re: Early Flower

    I could have sworn she plumped up a bit when I feed her the 2 part. Thought it was just my imagination.

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    Re: Early Flower

    You need to bring the fan in to someone that knows what kind of switch to put it on, or maybe look it up on granger.

    Beautiful plant by the way :-)

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    I shot can-fan an email asking about what would have to be done. Figured they would be the best ones to ask. Not sure who you would take it to?

    She took the transplant really well. She should be hungry tomorrow, will have to see. I was using cheap nutes when I first started her, and by the time I got good nutes and a decent light, she was a little dark green. But she has started easing up on the dark, and fading back a bit lighter.

    She continues to grow, hope I don't run into any curve balls. If this one turns out alright, this will be my second successful grow.


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    Re: Early Flower

    Just watch the watering, she's a beauty :-)

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    Thanks, had even root growth in the last pot. No wrapping at the bottom, hope to keep that up with the 5 gal bucket.

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    Re: Early Flower

    Put up some reflective insulation. Almost got my closet squared away.


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    Re: Early Flower

    Looks great!

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    Re: Early Flower

    Snapped some shots of my girl while I was looking her over this morning. Everything is looking good besides the crystal production. Seems to be lacking a bit, perhaps I'm just being inpatient.

    She needed a drink this morning, nice to not have to water as much anymore, thanks to the 5 gal bucket. I use another 5 gal bucket as my saucer.

    I did bump her head on the glass under the hps taking her out the other day, thats why some of the hairs are a bit beat up.

    The only problem I encounter out here is the low humidity. It runs in the 2% range where I'm at. When I switch over to ebb-flow, I'm hoping to get a bit of humidity from it. I'd love to see what she could do under prime conditions.






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    Re: Early Flower

    Buds are swelling up. Haven't really run into any probs, besides the red on the stems. Got cal-mag and have been giving it every watering. Still would like to see a few more crystals, but thats just me.

    I seen Nirvana had a special on Ice and I couldn't resist. Its fun growing bagweed to an extent. I'd like to know a little more about the women I associate with lol.






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    Re: Early Flower

    Strong sativa genes in there, she will be well worth the wait :-)

    Looking very nice!

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