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First Grow- White Widow ScrOG SF1000 LED

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VEG
LED / 200W
Spider Farmer SF1000 (2x 100 watt LED)
FLO
LED / 400W
Spider Farmer SF1000 (4x 100 watts LED)
Fox Farm Nutrients
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
LST
weeks 4,5,...
ScrOG
weeks 8,9,...
Topping
weeks 4,5
Defoliation
weeks 6,7,...
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First Grow- White Widow ScrOG SF1000 LED week 12
First Grow- White Widow ScrOG SF1000 LED week 12
First Grow- White Widow ScrOG SF1000 LED week 12. First Grow- White Widow ScrOG SF1000 LED week 12.
Grow Conditions
Week 12
Flowering
35.56
inch
cm
Height
14
inch
cm
Height
12 hrs
Light Schedule
25
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
77
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
7
pH
45%
Air Humidity
No Smell
Smell
19
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
67
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
5
gal
l
Pot Size
18.93
gal
l
Pot Size
50.8
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
20
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.45
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
1.7
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
Grow Technique Usage
ScrOG
Technique
Commented by Troy_McClure Troy_McClure
1 day ago

Specifications::sunglasses::point_down:

Seeds:
- 2x White Widow feminized seeds from Crop King Seed

Tent:
- 4x4x6 Mammoth Grow tent

LED:
- 2x Spider Farmer SF1000 LED for veg
- 4x Spider Farmer SF1000 LED for flower

Pots:
- 2x 0.5 L starter pots
- 2x 5 gal smart pots after transplant

Soil:
- Pro-mix containing mycorrhizae and perlite, used for starter pots and mixed at roughly 1:3 ratio with Ocean Forest
- Fox Farm Ocean Forest soil, used in the 5 gallon pots and mixed with roughly 3:1 ratio with pro-mix

- note: pro mix was mixed thoroughly with ocean forest in the 5 gal pot, then pro-mix was used on the top layer, in and around where the transplant will be to help the early veg stage avoid getting too "hot" via nutrients.

Nutrients:
- Fox Farm Big Bloom
- Fox Farm Big Grow
- Fox Farm Tiger Bloom

Inline Fans:
- AC Infinity CLOUDLINE T6 6" (exhaust)
- AC infinity CLOUDLINE S6 6" (active intake)
- AC infinity 6" ducting

Mini fans:
- 2x Wind Devil 6" fans

Carbon Filter:
- 2x iPower Carbon Filter on both inline fans

- note: carbon filter on intake fan as basement had mold issues in furnace room far removed but same floor, some mold issue in other room, cat litter in basement, thus, avoiding all risks and sleeping sound at night :) all mold was killed, scrubbed, cleaned, sprayed, painted, and sprayed again before setting up.

Humidifier:
- TaoTronics Cool Mist Humidifier

Timers:
- 2x VIVOSUN dual Digital Timer

Grow Questions
Troy_McClure week 1 started grow question 2 months ago
My grow tent drops down to 65 (75-80 with the fan on low settings during 16 hour light cycles) during the off 8 hours of the light cycle, I would like to establish a more consistent temperature, or at least ideally keep the grow tent closer to 70 while the lights are off. How?
Resolved
Techniques. Defoliation
Show all Answers (7)
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 2 months ago
hi, iam using small Infrared heater with thermostate to keep the Temps around 70 degree. Those little ones are doing great. Ive choosen one with only 300 watts to save my electricity bill. And it wents on if temperatures are dropping. ........But you can start with extern conditions.. do you have aplace that is wamer=? can you " isolate" the Tent=?for outside with styropor// cardboard//And last solution is giving her external heat from a heater...
Troy_McClure week 6 started grow question 1 month ago
What should I do about the old leaves? likely ph imbalance and/or nute deficiency (Phosphorus -redding older stems + browning of dry leaves) and Nitrogen- slow light green new growth) - the issues seem to be resolved, but the leaves are flaking almost. mostly referring to plant 2
Resolved
Leaves. Dropping off
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Mr_Weeds_Autos answered grow question 1 month ago
I would remove them, remember whatever damage that has been done due to a deficiency will stay that way ... Plus having dead leaves around can leave room to invite unwanted insects to your environment because they love to feed on the dying leaves.
Troy_McClure week 10 started grow question 1 week ago
soil ph is erratic

fox farm ocean forest : pro-mix (3:1) - ph 6.3-6.8
run-off ph: plant 2: 4-6 plant 1: 5-6.8
watering / feed ph: 6.3-6.45
soil ph after water /feed: 5-7
soil ph when dry: 7.5-8

both plants treated 100% the same

phosphorus deficiency / ph imbalance help please
Resolved
Leaves. Color - Yellow
Leaves. Color - Dark-brown
Plant. Stem - Red or purple
Show all Answers (2)
Jinks101 answered grow question 1 week ago
Hello there. PH mal-adjustment with, what looks like, a P/Cal deficiency.

I also used Ocean Forest in my first grow because the pre-nutrient amended soil was attractive to me, but it kind of hurt more then it helped. Same as you, I ran into almost constant pH problems when using OC and it frustrated me endlessly (ended up using a neutral soil for the last 2 gallons for last pot up). Good news, I wouldn't panic over this too much. Changes need to made, probably some trial and error, but they will come back.

Red/purple stems can be a symptom of P deficiency but I see your night temps are around 19 degrees Celsius and could this can also change the colors of your stems, laterals and leaf veins. Copper spotting does not look like splash back to me at all. I feel you're looking at a phosphorous and calcium deficiency. The uptake of these nutrients is optimal at 6.2 and with the current swings in your pH (and also work in conjunction with one another), I don't think the plant is taking much of it up. You can give it as much as you'd like, but she just may not be having it.

Suggested solution: (Same thing I did to mitigate and remedy the same symptoms) Next feed (or two) I would simply "flush through" a good amount of pH balanced water @ 6.2-6.4. I would not recommend over-compensating and feeding anything about 6.6 as this may fix one problem while creating another (possible lockout of other essential nutrients). In these "flush throughs" I add my phosphorus blooming supplement with cal/mag (Usually 3/4 dose. Trust your gut, though). This way, you can properly flush out excess salts/nutrients/developing pathogens while not starving her of the P and Cal she desperately wants right now. After a couple consecutive flush throughs, you should notice the pH start to balance itself out. When you return to normal feeding (if pH is back in order) I would also suggest watching how much Nitrogen supplementation you give the ladies. Micro nutrients that work along side Nitrogen, like zinc, copper and iron, can interrupt the uptake of P and Cal/Sulfur and keep the soil mal-adjusted (uptake of these nutrients is around 5.5-5.7). OC medium is hard to gauge when it comes to Nitrogen. It's highly amended with these macro/micro nutrients and can certainly cause trouble. There are no hard answers to this question, but rather a roadmap to possible remedies over time.

Your girls will be just fine. Just need a little tweaking!:+1: I hope this helped my friend. If this is the answer you're looking for there is no need to "pick" it. Remove the question and keep it for another day:wink: (Weird how there's a time frame limitation to questions...I don't understand why). Cheers and good luck, no matter what course of action you take!!:fist:
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