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Night Owl Mephisto Rocbud grow. 14 plant

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Rocbud purple roc v1 white label Custom Breeder & Strain
Rocbud mystery Custom Breeder & Strain
VEG
LED / 1500W
Custom
FLO
FL / 230W
Custom
VEG
LED / 500W
Custom
NPK Industries
Nutrients
Real Growers
Nutrients
Custom
Tent
Indoor
Room Type
Manual
Watering
0%
Coco Coir
Grow medium
0%
Hydro pebbles 33%
Grow medium
0%
Air domes in 4 pots
Grow medium
LST
weeks 1,3,...
HST
weeks 1,3,...
Topping
weeks 1,3,...
Defoliation
weeks 1,3,...
FIMing
weeks 3,4
Main-Lining
weeks 3,4
Photos & Videos
Grow Conditions
Week 4
Flowering
24 hrs
Light Schedule
22
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
71
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6
pH
1200
mS/cm
PPM
TDS
2.4
mS/cm
PPM
EC
59%
Air Humidity
Normal
Smell
15
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
59
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
27
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
80
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
21
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
69
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
1.32
gal
l
Pot Size
5
gal
l
Pot Size
45.72
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
18
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
Nutrients
Grow Technique Usage
LST
Technique
HST
Technique
Topping
Technique
FIMing
Technique
Main-Lining
Technique
Defoliation
Technique
Commented by RonnieB RonnieB
4 weeks ago

Plants are doing better than expected. I had 2 dimmers going bad so I lost some par. You don't realize how dim you lights are getting unti you fire up a new one. Then you'll see it. I called got two free dimmers and they made things right again. Temps are 15 degrees higher even. I tried various methods of training to see which is most productive advice is welcome.

Grow Questions
RonnieB week 3 started grow question 1 month ago
How is she looking from week 6 to 7
Please let me know. I had started some very bad habits about growing and my results were obvious. I had gotten off track. I was over feeding over pruning stressing the plants too much. Now I water water feed, water water feed. Bought a humidifier for the seedlings, lmk thanks.
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Creepy_Steve answered grow question 1 month ago
wow, you have individual parts for each nute it seems? Nice! total control over nute ratios and ppms.. love it.

The one pic looks liek you may have lollipopped or defoliated a little extra but certainly has enough canopy to finish. could also be the angle of the picture (top-down) exaggerating it.

less is more when removing leaves. They power all growth, so you want as much as you can without causing high local RH levels that might encourage microbial growth. ATP (energy for putting biological building blocks together - in our bodies too!) is mobile although a local leaf will provide more to local area on plant than one far away obviously.

Irrigation since you mentioned it... always water entire pot and you want 10% or more in soilless grow. This runoff is 'waste' water.. don't let them set in it. You can toss this water outside in a garden where the potential imbalances and concentration will be mitigated easily. Or, toss it down a drain.

EC is best way to measure this stuff, cause hanna, and 2 other companies use different conversion factors to "ppm or TDS". So, if i quote ppms and we have 2 different brand meters, it's impossible to communicate clearly for obvious reasons. So, if i mention ppm it's calculated from the labels which will be the same no matter who calculates them. Any meter reading on other hand is better to use EC or CF which is consistent around the world.

While you lok to have already dialed it in, a nutrient calculator is useful in a soilless or hydro grow, since we control 100% of what theplant receives. It really helps to track this stuff as you'll find clear-cut min/max levels that are very translateable between grows, though not 100% due to some genetic differences... but far less than most ppl perceive.

i regularly run 6-7 strains that are very happy with my mix. I don't need 5 reservoirs with 5 different concentrations. That's a sign of an imbalanced, esoteric mix.

Anyway, manic botanix has a nutrient ppm calcualter.. simply type in % off guaranteed analysis labels of products and tabulate it. If you know the math, you can easily make a re-usable spreadsheet. I have one around somewhere but it does not account for specific gravity, if that is needed for your products (my stuff is dry). W/v% or w/w% is key factor there.. labels should mention this distinction. believe it's the w/v% that needs SG? the manic botanix online thing does account for it.
Youthman answered grow question 1 month ago
Hello! I would say they all look good! The only one you can see that has suffered a bit is the purple one at 7 weeks of flowering, you can tell it had a burn from nutrients, but just giving it water like you are doing will be fine! The vegetative ones look great!!! You are very good don't worry, remember that "a little less" is always better than a little more...keep it up! anyway, another 2-3 weeks for the night owl :)
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Comments
TeknoRanger
TeknoRanger week 4

Wow look the size of those leaves! Amazing!
Good grow:muscle:

CrystalMeph
CrystalMeph week 4

I'm glad someone finally tied the pope down. :joy: ...looking good dude! Growing helped me move slower with progress. The ladies look great, let them shine and move slow with them and you'll learn from each other. Bad habits and all. :v::seedling:

Since82
Since82 week 4

They look great! :wink: