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Winter Wonderland w/ Californian Snow

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4 days ago
VEG
FL / 324W
T5
FLO
HID / 600W
(×2) Hortilux
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
LST
weeks 1,3
Weeks
VEG
1
week
VEG
2
weeks
VEG
3
weeks
VEG
4
weeks
EMPTY
5
weeks
EMPTY
6
weeks
EMPTY
7
weeks
EMPTY
8
weeks
EMPTY
9
weeks
EMPTY
10
weeks
EMPTY
11
weeks
EMPTY
12
weeks
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Grow Conditions
Week 4
Vegetation
7.62
inch
cm
Height
3
inch
cm
Height
20 hrs
Light Schedule
26
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
78
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.7
pH
38%
Air Humidity
20
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
68
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
23
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
73
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
5
gal
l
Pot Size
18.93
gal
l
Pot Size
30.48
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
12
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.1
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.38
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Commented by WeedWacker WeedWacker
4 days ago

Dec, 2, 2019
Week 4 has come to an end, week was Nov. 25 - Dec. 2, 2019
Watering stayed unchanged... 6-7 cups every other day.
Top dressed all plants with Alaskan Humus on Friday Nov. 29 and had a major scare. After top dressing with approx. 2 cups Humus per plant I watered with my usual amount. Well the humus turned to mud and would not let the water soak in. I literally had puddles on the top of the soil in all my pots. Rookie mistake... Newbs please do not do what I did... totally made a mess of my top soil. I PANICKED!!!...lol. Walked away for about 1 hour and later checked in on the girls. The soil had dried enough so I could use my fingers to till up the top inch or so of the soil in all pots and work in the Humus. Next watering and everything had recovered and looking great

Nov. 25- Dec.2
LST'd all 3 plants near the end of week 3. Continued into week 4 making the normal LST adjustments to maximize new site growth. A couple of important notes to track with my LST adventure is....
Californain Snow #1 and #2 were of the method I learned by a member at GrassCity forums named Organic since... his method is less stressful I think. The leaves are staked down in their natural positions in a way that maximizes light to new growth sites without bending the main stem to the edge of the pot. Think of trying to make your pot plant look like a Christmas tree... tis the season.

Califorian Snow #3 was LST'd with the method of bending the stem to the side of the pot.
All plant look healthy and I can not tell at this time which LST method is making a difference.

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