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Chocolate Mint OG - First Timer

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2 days ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soilless
Medium
LST
Technique
ScrOG
Technique
Topping
Technique
FIMing
Technique
Defoliation
Technique
LED (900W,45W)
Vegetation Lights
Photos & Videos
Grow Conditions
Week 24
Flowering
68.58
inch
cm
Height
27
inch
cm
Height
12 hrs
Light Schedule
22
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
72
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
55%
Air Humidity
Strong
Smell
19
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
66
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
5
gal
l
Pot Size
18.93
gal
l
Pot Size
55.88
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
22
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
1.5
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
5.68
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
Commented by GlazedGrow GlazedGrow
2 days ago

WEEK 7.

I've started an instagram like everybody else, hit up @GlazedGrow for follow backs and more content!

Fabric pots still wet from Thursdays PH Perfect/Molasses feed so I will not feed again today and start with the Molasses/Water Flush for Week 7 then start plain water. This marks the end of the Advanced Nutrients PH Perfect feedings but I have been pleased with the product itself. Took a while to dial back the right numbers to not overfeed my CMOG but more on my very sensitive plants/medium I chose.

Still lots of little purple hints coming into the buds and sugar leaves but nothing yet on fan leaves. From what I've seen the major colour changes for CMOG happen in the final 2 weeks and I've been keeping my window open in the tent room so the temperature is in the low 20C's during light and creeping down around 17-18C in the dark. Hopefully I see some of that beautiful purple/chocolate brown I've seen in the other dairies here :raised_hands:

BOSExGlazedGrow getting the twins some music again today.

PLANT PLAYLIST:

Justice - A Cross The Universe Live Album
Queen - Absolute
Weezer - Weezer

Super excited at this point and starting to think about trimming, drying, hash making, and curing! Feel free to drop any tips down below.

Also confirmed that I have some @Fast_Buds seeds coming my way to test out/show off so I am excited to get my first grow down and start with the next! I'll take any tips on auto growing/Fast Buds below as well!

Thanks for stopping by and I'll update later in the week when the flush starts! :pray:

Grow Questions
GlazedGrow week 8 started grow question 4 months ago
*Some pictures in week 8 gallery of Leaf Tip burning on my CMOG for reference* Can anyone tell me what the problem may be? Nute burn? PH? Just transplanted up to a 5 gal pot, shock? Plant seems fine other wise. No marks or spots on any other part of the leaves.
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LongJohn420 answered grow question 4 months ago
I had one CMOG with same looking leaf tips and other one was fine so I would not worry.
GlazedGrow week 18 started grow question 1 month ago
How do you save/deal with a plant going Hermie? Week 1/2 Pistils going brown, on research its pollination and I've cut all stems with browned pistils and small sacs formed. Only one plant for now but small tent. :angry::cold_sweat:
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souljasam answered grow question 1 month ago
If you actually saw bananas/pollen sacks then you can try to pluck them out before they burst. If you can keep on top of it and manage to get all of them you should have a good normal harvest with maybe a few seeds. With other plants in there, I would honestly try to remove it and not risk pollinating the others. If some of the sacks have burst then it is very likely the other plants have already been pollinated especially if you have good airflow. If that has indeed happened just grow em out and deal with the seeds. A seedy harvest is better than no harvest. It may also not be a hermie. Pistils can go orange and recede for a number of reasons(dust, Too intense of light, drying out, genetics, etc). So if you absolutely don't see any male parts at all then it is likely not a hermie.
GlazedGrow week 22 started grow question 2 weeks ago
MISC TIPS/TRICKS FOR LAST WEEKS OF FLOWER! I'm coming up on my last few weeks of my first grow and would appreciate any tips/tricks when it comes to finishing! Last week care, flushing, harvest/cure techniques, etc. I've added Molasses to feeds & BackBuilt most of my buds.:muscle:
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Stick answered grow question 1 week ago
Hi @GlazedGrow! About the last weeks: the flush period is determined by the trichome's evolution, it can last for 7 days, 14 days, or even more. Take a daily closeup look at the trichomes, and start to flush when at least half of the trichomes have turned from transparent/thin to milky/fat. Once you'll get almost only milky trichomes, the harvest window is open! For an energetic high, harvest before the first amber trichomes appear. For a couch-locking high, you better cut it down once 20-30% of the trichomes have turned amber/red, you'll get more CBN/CBD but less THC. About the drying: hanging the stems upside down in your grow tent can be a perfect drying process! But you need to control your RH (~50%) and have a continuous temp (20-22°C / 68-72°F). Harvest before the light turns on, for maximum potency & terpenes. Terpenes and THC are degraded by light and heat during the daytime. Keep your trim wastes to make some canna-butter or bubble hash. Also when trimming, take a break every 10 minutes to remove the glue/hash/stigmas from your scissors, this will be your first joint, you can smoke it while trimming! Depending on your environment and weather conditions you might need to increase or decrease the relative humidity, you can use a mister (to increase) or a dehumidifier (to decrease), be warned that a good dehumidifier is quite expensive. About the curing: jars are the best way to cure, but don't forget to hide them in the dark, once again light will damage your product. Be very careful about your drying process, check your buds everyday and don't rush it or you will ruin your final product. Too-long drying on the other hand can lead to mold/bud-rot issues, this is why a daily inspection is more than required. Once buds seem dry, put everything in jars for the curing process (grandma's glass jars are perfect), keep on watching the buds frequently, mold can corrupt and destroy your product very quickly, you just need to open the jars 5mins everyday and move the buds for a close inspection + air freshening. Finally, act as a cooker with its fresh products : try a bit of your product whenever you think it's ready, your smoker's skills will help in setting up the perfect curing process! Hope these advices will help you, let me know in the comments section if you need any further information, and happy growing! :facepunch:
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