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Winter 2018/19

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2 weeks ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soilless
Medium
HST
Technique
ScrOG
Technique
Topping
Technique
Defoliation
Technique
LED (600W)
Vegetation Lights
LED (600W)
Flowering Lights
Photos & Videos
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Winter 2018/19 week 3
Winter 2018/19 week 3
Winter 2018/19 week 3
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Winter 2018/19 week 3.
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Grow Conditions
Week 3
Vegetation
5.08
inch
cm
Height
2
inch
cm
Height
24 hrs
Light Schedule
24
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
75
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6
pH
40%
Air Humidity
21
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
70
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
21
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
70
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
21
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
70
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
0.05
gal
l
Pot Size
0.19
gal
l
Pot Size
25.4
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
10
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.05
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.19
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
Commented by KilgoreTrout KilgoreTrout
4 months ago

Going great. I’ve still got them under 24h blurples until tonight when I repot them into 7 gallon smart pots. I’ll switch them to 18/6.

I can’t justify the big light yet so I’ll wait a week or so on that.

I’m planting them in royal coast tupur which I cannot say enough good stuff about always perfect runoff ph. Never signs of overwatering no matter how many times a day I feed. TRy it.

Grow Questions
KilgoreTrout week 10 started grow question 3 months ago
I grow my plants at half of the feed schedule that canna calls for. 5ml/gallon vs the schedule 10 ml/gal. And I get amazing growth. Does anyone think adding all the adjuncts to my grow, feeding full strength really gives you that much more yeild?
Other General Questions
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Athos answered grow question 3 months ago
Don't follow a set feeding schedule. Keep in mind that the nutrients needs of a plant under 1000 watts are going to be different than one under 250 and that's before taking into account type of light and environmental differences. If 5 ml/gal gives you a healthy plant then keep at it, don't increase the feed, unless you start seeing signs of deficiency. Yield depends on light, not nutes. Don't buy into the additives hype, they are unnecessary and from experience I have never noticed any difference yield wise.
KilgoreTrout week 11 started grow question 3 months ago
Anyone use Humic acid in their grows with synthetic feeds? What benefits am I looking for? I’ve recently added Zeus juice and I’m unsure of the benefits.
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Budrick answered grow question 3 months ago
hey kilgore, the fact is that plants cant actually "digest" nutrients what they do is they "digest" "chelated nutrients" which is basically nutrients that have been turned into nitrates and this is done through chelation agents for example enzymes or amino acids like humic and fluvik acids. What's the benefit ? explossive growth from nutrients being made available through chelation. Other benefits include keeping the root system healthy, healthy roots = big growth. You'll see this happen yourself, just make sure you dont over do it because obviously highly available nutrients means increased possibility of nutrient burn. Simple as that. You can even spray it on the leaves for increased metabolism : fast metabolism bigger growth. spray it on last few weeks of veg first week or two of flower. Chelation agents are the magic juice no one tells you about, you'll see ! Hope this helps ! :rocket:
KilgoreTrout week 14 started grow question 2 months ago
Ok, so I’m starting to see a deficiency. Yellowing between the veins at uppermost leaves. My ph is on par. I’m maintaining my grow per normal with one change. I added Carbo load at 2ml/g. Could that be the problem? I think I’m going to flush today and dump my tank. Restart.
Color Yellowing Between Veins
Resolved
SpinnerCaribbean answered grow question 2 months ago
Yellowing between veins can be a lot of stuffs bit if you say that it can be spot on the upper leaves then you can be sure it is an immobile nutrients deficiency as the mobile nutrient def is visible on the lower leaves 1st and then spread from the bottom to the top. In you case it can be Iron , manganese or zinc. What is the cause of your trace elements deficiency? I don't know, it can be a straight deficiency which mean you under feeding them a bit or it can be an excess of another nutrient that cause a lockout and made the absorption of the other nutrients difficult. I don't think that carbo load can be responsible for that but you should use a nutrient that contain some trace elements to get rid of your deficiency. Your idea to flush today can be a good solution to reboot the medium :blush::+1:
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