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5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer

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27
1878
4 weeks ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
LST
Technique
HID (400W)
Vegetation Lights
HID (600W)
Flowering Lights
Strain
Green House Seeds - Jack Herer
Jack Herer
Green House Seeds

Growing it

Normal

Resistance

Neutral

The Outcome
Week
18
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
55
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
1.94
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
140
oz
g
Bud wet weight
What's on the scales?
4.94
oz
g
Bud wet weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
600 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
1
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
10.76
ft²
Grow Room size
0
ounce /watt/plant
0.18
ounce/ft²
1.94
ounce /plant
55.76
watt/ft²
0.09
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer week 18.
5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer week 18.
5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer week 18.
5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer week 18. 5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer week 18. 5x Royal gorilla and 1x Jack herrer week 18.
Tastes like
Citrus
Tropical
Earthy
Feels like
52% Sativa
48% Indica

Positive effects

Energetic

Negative effects

Dry eyes
Dry mouth

nothing special :)

Grow Questions
Pixsna week 4 started grow question 4 months ago
The plants look still very short. I would like to get them little bit taller. I use hydrofarm reflector, so i kerp the light close to plants(30cm) How far away should i move the light? 60cm for one week?
Other General Questions
Resolved
SpinnerCaribbean answered grow question 4 months ago
Hello ! Hid 400w is good at 40cm (from the top of the plants) without cooltube and 20 cm with coultube so 30cm or 20cm could be good in your case. If you just want to make your plants stretch then put the light higher like you said 60cm could be good but they will only get taller without real beneficts as the space between the nodes will be hudge and you could loose light penetration to the lower buds. I hope it will help you :grin::+1:
Pixsna week 8 started grow question 3 months ago
hello, do you remove big fan leaves and all the lower growth at day 21 flowering?
Other General Questions
Resolved
Show all Answers (4)
goarilla answered grow question 3 months ago
I've seen a few of the seed companies defoliate at the start of the final two weeks. This to allow as much lights on the buds in the final bulking up phase. Personally I wouldn't defoliate anything servicing primo bud sites and stick to leaf tucking whenever possible. Those big healthy fan leaves, they are the ones that really fuel that meristem/node and its flowers. Concerning light distance ... I always thought you have to end at Wattage/10 cm for HID. So 60 cm tops - at the end of bloom - for a 600W HID.
Pixsna week 12 started grow question 2 months ago
hello! my plants are in flowering day 37 and i noticed that the leaves are starting to get yellow (picture n flo12). do i need to get worried? is it to early? i know that the leaves get more and more yellow when the finish is coming - arround week 7-8. but mine are in week 5-6.
Other General Questions
Resolved
Show all Answers (3)
HighTV answered grow question 2 months ago
Hey there @pixsna! You are experiencing interveinal chlorosis. There are two types of nutrients in a plant Mobile and immobile ones! Mobile ones are able to be moved around the plant and applied where needed while immobile nutrients cant be moved. The plant stores its nutrients in its leaves and when it lacks a certain mobile nutrient (like nitrogen) in the new growth it pulls that nutrient from the most effective area (most likely old growth). If the nutrient that is deficient is an "immobile" one it cant move the nutrient to the new growth so a deficiency will show itself directly where the problem is at. This is why paying attention to WHERE on the plant the deficiency is happening is important! If the yellowing(chlorosis) is occurring from the bottom up then its a nitrogen deficiency if the problem occurred from the top down you have an immobile nutrient deficiency that is causing your interveinal chlorosis. First thing I would look at is your PH make sure its not to high as this hurt most immobile nutrients. I hope this helps bring some insight. Please update us on the source of the chlorosis so we can better diagnose this plant. :sunglasses: (If were looking at a N deficiency there isn't much you can do as the damage is essentially done)
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