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First times the charm(first grow)

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2 years ago
HST
weeks 4,5,...
Defoliation
weeks 4,5,...
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Grow Conditions
Week 3
Vegetation
15.24
inch
cm
Height
6
inch
cm
Height
18 hrs
Light Schedule
10
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
50
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
5.7
pH
70%
Air Humidity
No Smell
Smell
10
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
50
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
10
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
50
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
3
gal
l
Pot Size
11.36
gal
l
Pot Size
45.72
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
18
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.25
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.95
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
Commented by ccthefarmer ccthefarmer
2 years ago

It’s the beginning of week! Training starts soon. The growth is popping up faster and faster she’s thriving under heavy lighting. Decent height but makes up for it with the heavy stacking of side branches between her tightly spaced internodes. A real beast so far:muscle::skin-tone-5:

First feeding was done on the last day of week two. She was fed with the fox farm nutrients listed below. I like to gradually build up to see what each plant can handle so feedings will be spaced out. This may add a bit of veg time but really let’s the plant reach closer to its full potential from what I’ve seen. The schedule I’m doing is very similar to the og feed chart with some minor adjustments. Starting the open sesames fertilized early. I like to run a longer flush so I start those early and finish them at least 2 weeks before the chop

Humidity is down from 70 to a 55-65 percent spread throughout the day. This tent specifically has been running a bit hotter than I’d like reaching highs of 89(usually peaks around 86 though) will be fixing that this week.

As always happy growing!!!!

Grow Questions
ccthefarmer week 4 started grow question 2 years ago
So as y’all can see she absolutely exploded between this week and last, her growth nearly doubled in size. This caught me off guard I’ve been pretty busy. Now that she’s so big would you say it’s too late to top or mainline and in that case should I LST?
(Front right of tent)
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Other. Other
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Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 2 years ago
Its not to late for LST, you just have to be careful, because the stems look very sturdy. Your plants growing very dense , with ashort internode, i think your lights can be to close. But the one you want to apply LST looks very good for that. You can go on until end of week 2 of flower with your training. Start slow with the mainstem.
ccthefarmer week 7 started grow question 2 years ago
So I’ve seen a lot of people grow the strains I have in my garden right now with lots of colors. I’m in week 3 of flower and I have the slightest of fade but basically I’m all green. Which has been a pattern. Nothing wrong with that but any suggestions to boost color? Temp? Food?
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Buds. Other
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OGgrows answered grow question 2 years ago
Hi @ccthefarmer not all plants gain these colors, depending on the phenotype and genetics of the plants some gain darker and purple tones and other plants do not. Female plants only change colors around 6-7 weeks of flowering, a factor that helps this color change is an environment with lower temperatures around 18 ° c. But there is nothing to do, your plants look healthy and happy, certainly in the last weeks of flowering the buds will gain beautiful tones and colors. good luck mate :+1:
ccthefarmer week 8 started grow question 2 years ago
Yellowing/ leaves dying
Beginning of week 4 flower and my girl is losing bottom leaves faster than I’ve ever seen. They are yellowing and falling off quicker than I think is healthy. However I also have burnt tips so it shouldn’t be due to underfeed. Rootbound maybe? Let me know
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Leaves. Color - Yellow
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TheBudWhisperer answered grow question 2 years ago
Good look'n plants dude but I do believe you may have id'd something needs to be rectified. Couple things here but my answer could easily change if I knew what kind of medium you're using (soil or soiless?).

If it's not the light combined with the camera flash, the leaves on these plants look a little pale to me which, in combination with excessive yellowing of lower growth would suggest a slight nitrogen deficiency. Additionally, looks like a little rust spotting in one of those photos and that's a textbook calmag deficiency. Your only 1 week removed from the stretch so it's a good bet that these girls were absolutely devouring all the nitrogen and calmag they could find. While your nute mix ratios look good, I'd probably start by supplementing some calmag first and maybe dial back your nitro heavy veg. nute slower than recommended - give her a little extra N at this point than normal just to add some additional stores for the remaining weeks. Good news is that if it is deficient it's really not that bad and likely won't impact overall plant performance through flowering. Best of luck for the flower show dude:+1:
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Comments
GIJOSE
GIJOSE week 3

Beautiful lush green color! How long do you plan to veg?

ccthefarmer
ccthefarmer

@GIJOSE, thanks super happy how it’s filling out, so far I’m gonna say 5 weeks but that can change so much so quick