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Super lemon haze auto Led Coco

4 months ago
Room Type
LED (480W)
Vegetation Lights
LED (480W)
Flowering Lights
Green House Seeds - Super Lemon Haze Auto
Super Lemon Haze Auto
Green House Seeds

Growing it




The Outcome
What's on the scales?
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
Bud dry weight
4 plants
Number of plants harvested
480 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
Grow Room size
Grow Room
Grow Room size
ounce /watt/plant
ounce /plant
Photos & Videos
Super lemon haze auto Led Coco week 13.
Super lemon haze auto Led Coco week 13.
Super lemon haze auto Led Coco week 13. Super lemon haze auto Led Coco week 13.
Tastes like
Feels like
100% Sativa
0% Indica

Positive effects


Negative effects

Dry eyes

I'm so proud to have used this nutrients. They work very well.

sorry for my absence for a long time. I am very happy with the final result, 130 grams of pure happiness. unfortunately at the moment I have only photos of the 50 grams that I have left. the result was more than satisfying and the taste and effects are devastating.

Grow Questions
Blinkin week 1 started grow question 8 months ago
Hello there, is there someone who have already used the Advanced nutrients in order to give me some advice about the daily dosage, particularly upon autoflowering sativa strain? Moreover, with high room temperature (about 30° C) how often is it recommended to water daily? Thanks
Other General Questions
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mad_scientist answered grow question 8 months ago
Hello @Blinkin ! I have worked with AN at the past but no matter the company its the same principle. Its all about VPD. Let me explain. The higher the VPD is the higher the transpiration of the plant is and that means higher rates of water loss. When the plant loses water it drinks more and with that water it is also taking nutrients that are diluted in the water. At your case the VPD is at around 1.29 kPa while you should be ( ideally ) at 1-1.1 at this stage of growth. That is a difference of 17.273 % upwards, lets say 17%. Having that in mind you should reduce the EC of the fertilizers that you should normally use at this stage of growth by 17%. At this stage you should normally be at around 1.2 ms/cm and that value reduced by 17% is 0.996 ms/cm lets say 1 ms/cm. So at 1.1 ms/cm you are close to perfect. Any way a 17% difference is not big deal. The problems are starting at 25% _ 30% difference and as the difference raises they become more severe. You also need to give them more water. You are using coco with perlite, don't be afraid. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Blinkin week 5 started grow question 7 months ago
Day 28. The babies are growing but I'm worried because 5 of them have leaves slightly curled down and droopy. I guess I watered too much. As you can see those 5 remained small with very short internodes because there's no such temperature gap between day and night. At the moment I'm waiting for the soil to dry in order to water again and I let the box opened increasing the air recirculation. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance
Leaves Leaves Curl Under
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Stick answered grow question 7 months ago
Hi @Blinkin! You named it --> overwatering. You must follow a dry/wet cycle for the roots to spread, searching for water. Each phase should be pretty quick, the medium should not be dry for too long neither than wet for too long. Now as a temporary solution, you can put a tiny fan blowing a slight continuous breeze on your containers (not on the plants). A simple rule to prevent this issue is to water with only 15-20% of your container's capacity, unless you need a big drain / unless you want to flush the medium. Using a 7L container, you should water with ~1L. Water less, more often, watch for the dry/wet cycle and you should be fine. Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:
Bulbi answered grow question 7 months ago
Hey blinkin, the wet dry cycle for soil is super important to the health of the plants, basically what you're trying to do is water up between 20-30 % humidity and waiting until 15% before watering again. So what some folks do is use a hygrometer that you sort of plant in the pot. Others say the hygrometer is a poor way to tell if your plant needs water. These folks say stick your finger in about an inch and if it's dry then it's time to water. This method is somewhat prone to error. So the better thing to do is wait until they are dry, lift the grow bag and take a note of the weight, then water, and note the weight. So by lifting it up you are able to kind of "tell" if they need watering or not. You got this ! :rocket:
Spinner answered grow question 7 months ago
Hello ! You'r right , droopy leaves is a sign of over wattering , especially if their is a gap between you day and night temps (3°C in your case is not really an issue). My advices are to put a fan is the box in front of the plants ( not too long to avoid wind burnt) the airlow will help to dry the soil faster and also to water less each time but more often. I hope it will help you :grin::raised_hands:
decieving week 13

nice dude :D i know the feeling i smoked my first lemon so fucking fast during xmas :)))

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