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Hindukush Auto Elite Grow

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35
16
816
4 weeks ago
Indoor
Room Type
Manual
Watering
74%
Soil
Grow medium
10%
Perlite
Grow medium
6%
Vermiculite
Grow medium
5%
Other
Grow medium
Paper Towel
Germination Method
LST
weeks 4,5
Defoliation
weeks 5,8,...
Strain
Sensi Seeds - Hindu Kush Automatic
Hindu Kush Automatic
Sensi Seeds

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Neutral

it grew far beyond my expectations. it's definitely a night time stuff.

The Outcome
Week
13
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
500.09
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
17.64
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
2000.06
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
70.55
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
2 plants
Number of plants harvested
Light
240 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
0.8
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
8.61
ft²
Grow Room size
0.07
ounce /watt
2.05
ounce/ft²
8.82
ounce /plant
27.87
watt/ft²
0.23
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Tastes like
Earthy
Pine
Sweet
Feels like
10% Sativa
90% Indica

Positive effects

Creative
Relaxed
Uplifted

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Nutrients
Lights
Tents

dont like tents in general

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Commented by ganzigunnu ganzigunnu

it was a quite rewarding process. not many things to say. I enjoyed every second with the plants.

Smoke review

Grow Questions
ganzigunnu week 1 started grow question 4 months ago
light period
I always start with 24 hours of light then I switch back to 18/6 around second week. Dont know why im doing this. do you think it's okay?
Resolved
Setup. Lighting
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BraveheartGenetics answered grow question 4 months ago
Hi mate, I do this and always have done for the first couple of weeks of my indoor grows. I always compare my starts to other grower and even though my CO2 level are higher than ambient, I notice the great progress mine has over some others. No need to change the light height as its not the intensity you are changing its the rest period you give the plants. They suck in CO2 during the day and expel O2 at night. Having high co2 levels will take your grow to the next level when using the 24hr -18 hr technique. She will drink more water when exposed to more CO2 so keep that in mind. I hope this helps, good luck and happy growing
ganzigunnu week 4 started grow question 3 months ago
curling leaves.
it has been four weeks now and i observed some inward curling of the leaves and shiny green colour which is i think the result of nitrogen toxicity. what do you think? im thinking to give some plain water for the next couple of times. by the way i've never exceeded 0.8 EC so far.
Resolved
Leaves. Curl down
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InspireMe answered grow question 3 months ago
Looks like an N tox to me. I also noticed the leaves closer to the humidifier look in worse shape than the leaves at the back. I'd try and make sure they arent getting the moisture from the humidifier blown directly on to them as they are looking overwatered.

I would be inclined to flush when shes next due a watering to get rid of possible nutrient buildup. (Pour 3x pot volume of water through)

Also I'd test the runoff ppm/EC just for that added peace of mind.

Hope this helps :slightly_smiling_face:
ganzigunnu week 7 started grow question 3 months ago
Dealing with hot summer
im experiencing 32 degrees celcius it's middle way through flowering. do you think it's too bad or does it reduce my harvest significantly? what happens if i switch to 12/12?
Resolved
Setup. Lighting
Setup. Ventilation
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Organoman answered grow question 2 months ago
I grow outdoors in temps that regularly exceed 35 and often 40 and multiple times each summer, with peaks of up to 45-48 (Celsius!) for a day or three in a row, also multiple times each summer season, and as long as the plants are moist, suffer no ill effects regarding yield or potency. In fact I think trichome production is encouraged by the extreme weather. The plants are in full sun all day, every day and from day one until harvest.
A few days at 32 will be just fine and not a need for any type of stress for you or your plants.
Just keep them well hydrated and all will be fine.
Hope this helps, Organoman.
ganzigunnu week 9 started grow question 2 months ago
runoff ec / feeding everyday?
I measured run off ec today and it was 2.0 so i decided to give plain water until it drops. i have been feeding with nutes everyday 2.25 liters each. it evaporates but still i suspected salt build up. also im not sure if i measured it correctly. what are your thoughts?
Resolved
Feeding. Schedule
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Burmese answered grow question 2 months ago
Hi there,Run off EC 2.0 is not so high but it depends on how your plant response.Your plant seems to be much green in colour and tips burn(nute burn).In soil, the less nutrient the better if you want to see natural beautiful ripening sign.So cut off or reduce Nitrogen rich nutrient for a while.This also should lower your ec value.Only give water when your top soil is dried about an inch to two and keep run off around 10~15% to prevent salt build up.Check both of your water pH, ppm(EC) and run off even when you give plain water.You don’t need to water everyday and you don’t need to feed everytime you water.Always listen to your plants.Happy Growing... :v:
ganzigunnu week 9 started grow question 2 months ago
When to switch from late flowering to maturation?
I stopped LST in the 6th week. then I observed buds are fattening up really fast since I entered 8th week. now is week 10. Buds are not fattening up that fast anymore. im expecting 13-14 weeks in total. I've been giving a lot of P lately, when should I increase K? before flush?
Resolved
Buds. Other
Feeding. Schedule
Feeding. Chemical composition
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Organoman answered grow question 2 months ago
Potassium (K) is needed all throughout flowering and more so than phosphorous (P).
If you haven't increased the K by now, you may be too late, as your flowers are at the stage they stop growing noticeably and only ripen/mature after this.
Giving a boost of K now will not hurt though, but don't expect to see any great extra growth happening.
Hope this helps, Organoman.
ganzigunnu week 10 started grow question 2 months ago
overfeed or underfeed?
lately im having some issues and im confused. i dont know what ec i should give and what does these symtomps mean. please help.
Open
Leaves. Edges burnt
Leaves. Curl up
Leaves. White powder
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Peggers answered grow question 2 months ago
Looks like a calcium magnesium type deficiency but if ur thinking that ur overfeeding them then it's probably got lockout. U need to flush the plant with PhD water at a temperature under 21 degrees to wash away all the salt build up from the root zones.
B4RNS answered grow question 2 months ago
Rust spots in the middle of the leaves is a calcium deficiency. The rust spots on the edges of the leaves is a potassium deficiency. The tacos leaves is a magnesium deficiency.

At this stage you should be somewhere reducing from week 5-6 of flowering at 1.8 EC.
Hashy answered grow question 2 months ago
Also make sure your nutrient program gives you more P and K then N. Try 1-2-3 or 1-3-2 ratio.
ganzigunnu week 12 started grow question 2 months ago
when to flush?
especially the last two weeks im not observing much growth. seems like it needs flushing to ripen right?,
Open
Feeding. Schedule
Hempkid answered grow question 2 months ago
I would start your flush now.
Comments
Joshimilla
Joshimilla week 13

Hairs look beautiful!