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Easy Bud First Grow

Approved by Royal Queen Seeds
2
23
3
2039
2 years ago
VEG
HID / 400W
Custom
FLO
HID / 600W
Custom
Indoor
Room Type
LST
weeks 2,3
HST
week 4
ScrOG
weeks 4,5,...
Defoliation
weeks 3,5
Strain
Royal Queen Seeds - Easy Bud
Easy Bud
Royal Queen Seeds

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Neutral

Dry Weight to follow.

The Outcome
Week
10
HARVEST
Light
600 watt
Total light power used
Photos & Videos
Feels like
100% Sativa
0% Indica
Nutrients

First grow under my belt and looks like at least an ounce per plant. Aggresive defoliation and short height training made for only a few frams of popcorn.
Started off with extremely low humidity also stunted it somewhat by breaking three stems and keeping it short with LST/Scrog training and defoliation.
I see I can tweak my scrog method by encouraging more horizontal growth vs keeping it short and having tighter netting or using bamboo instead to keep the spacing of the colas.

Grow Questions
Removed week 4 started grow question 2 years ago
Autoflower training question
According to the plant in pics called "HST on the later seedling" what growth should I expect in this situation since I haven't topped the plant on this scrog?
Please note the plant height would otherwise outgrow my tent.
Resolved
Techniques. ScrOG
Show all Answers (2)
MaryJaneUSA answered grow question 2 years ago
Welcome to GD. Let me help you here. You are currently doing LST (low stress training) with a SCROG net. SCROG stands for screen of green. The idea is to keep your canopy even and have the plants spreader evenly as possible without compromising much of vertical growth, HST (high stress training) is more stress to the plants, especially auto flowers, because you are snapping branches to reshape them and also trying to save vertical growth too.

As long as you keep your plants tucked under your SCROG net, it will spread evenly and then eventually flower itself. Once it goes through the stretch phase right before budding phase, you don’t worry about LST anymore because then it will only focus on budding. I hope this helps!
Removed week 9 started grow question 2 years ago
Some leaf issue
Does the leaf issue shown in the pics possibly come from magnesium deficiency, should I trim the larger affected leaves now?
Resolved
Leaves. Veins - yellow between
Show all Answers (2)
Grey_Wolf answered grow question 2 years ago
@Rheaun hi mate I'd look at raising that humidity a little and its definately not magnesium more than likely its ph related calcium deficient
Comments
Buddha2
Buddha2 week 10

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