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Organic Soil Autos

2
20
7
1461
2 years ago
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
LST
weeks 4,5,...
ScrOG
weeks 7,8,...
Photos & Videos
2/25/20 - Chunk. Lots of new growth this week!
2/25/20 - Helmet. This guy is looking like a proper plant, I'm estimating he's a solid week younger than Chunk.
2/25/20 - Gimpy. Believe it or not, he's looking better!
2/25/20 - Everyone! Soon to be a 10G pot addition of Critical Purple.
Another angle of the fam with my sprouting basil. Basil will be transplanted to my garden where it will flower and feed the bees.
2/27/20 = Chunk showing some beautiful grow, mostly bushy, not climbing at all.
2/27/20 - The fam including the new 10 gallon Critical Purple
2/27/20 - Gimpy continuing to look better, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say he's going to flow early.
2/27/20 - Helmet showing some tremendous new growth also, still looking very small though.
3/01/20 - Chunk is now filing out the entire bucket, I'll likely be attempting to "ponytail" her.
3/1/20 - Chunk's stem, she's about 3 full inches tall. Stem is slightly thinner than a pencil.
3/1/20 - Checked on the seed, had a small taproot starting to emerge, I made sure to place it tap root down and covered it again, this will be the last time I fuck with it until it's a little bigger.
3/1/20 - Gimpy, you know, she might be ok.
3/1/20 - Helmet, she's very encouraging, about 7 days behind Chunk. Will probably be a smaller plant but the growth looks great so far.
3/1/20 = 48 hour compost tea. 3 gallons of water2tbls Roots Trinity2 handfuls off castings1 handful of nature's living soil1 generous pinch of biolive and alfalfa meal.
Grow Conditions
Week 3
Vegetation
7.62
inch
cm
Height
3
inch
cm
Height
24 hrs
Light Schedule
10
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
50
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
45%
Air Humidity
No Smell
Smell
10
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
50
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
3
gal
l
Pot Size
11.36
gal
l
Pot Size
78.74
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
31
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
Commented by AWistfulNihilist AWistfulNihilist
2 years ago

3/1/20 - 48 hour compost tea is about to be administered to the plants, Chunk is really filling out!

2/27/20 - Some light top watering on the plants every day, keep the living soil going.

-Added 10 gallon Critical Purple seedling from Grower's Choice.

2/25/20 - Week 3 is looking very encouraging, still another update to go on Friday or Saturday!

On 2/18-2/20 they got a top watering from a jug of 2 gallons of water + 2 tbls of Trinity I had bubbling in the tent. After the 3rd day bubbling (the 20th) I started to see a lot of bubbles crawling up, at that point I put equal parts in the water wick reservoir for each plant. The mixture continued to bubble in the reservoirs while I was on vacation. The mixture was fully wicked(partially evaporated) on about the 23rd. The two healthy plants really seemed to enjoy this, it even seemed to pick up Gimpy a bit.

2/25/20 - Today is the first day I've given them a good check, all 3 were drying up so I mixed 2 gallons of tap water with 2 pinches of ascorbic acid (bubbled for a bit) to hopefully treat the chlorine and chloramine. The 3 plants got a bit over the top and the rest in each reservoir. I'll begin brewing a tea tomorrow to be deployed this weekend.

Grow Questions
AWistfulNihilist week 1 started grow question 2 years ago
I'm already seeing yellowing and on the largest plant, #3. Is that due to growth or am I over watering? Approximately 2 gallons in the wick bucket every few days when it starts to feel dry, but I generally spray the top with water on a daily basis, not more than a 1/4 - 1/2 cup.
Resolved
Leaves. Color - Yellow
Feeding. Schedule
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Germano answered grow question 2 years ago
hey :D -first since you are using LEDs (little Heat) , i would reccommend you removing that first Layer above the Soil, and so it can dry faster,which is good for the Plant
-and you dont have to spray the top with water on a daily basis, remember the Roots Growth in always towords moisture , so if you add Water on Daily Basics you will get Root problems and the Roots wont spread around the Pot ,
-so first when it gets dry water again ( to Cheak if it is dry enough, put your finger down few inches the Soil and cheak if it is dry or not , dont water if only the surface is dry)
i hope this helped you :)
AWistfulNihilist week 6 started grow question 2 years ago
Scrog help needed!
Do you tuck the stems with new growth and future cola sites under the scrog net, or attach them to the top of the scrog net, or either? Please take a quick look-see at my setup and let me know if you have any advice!
Resolved
Techniques. ScrOG
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Wicked_Stix answered grow question 2 years ago
You want to spread the new growth out and tuck it under the scrog net. The goal it to spread the plant out as wide as possible so you can fill as many grids on your scrog as possible.

The net kinda holds some tops down so it will give a chance for some lower branches to catch up. This will give you a nice even canopy. Good luck!
AWistfulNihilist week 10 started grow question 2 years ago
How much longer to harvest?
How much longer on my 3 plants @ 70 days? Kept the plants extremely low and small by over-training during the stretch, buds are fattening up, but I'd love to give them a lot more time. I'm thinking 2 weeks based on the macros I'm taking, with Gimpy going to finish first?
Resolved
Buds. Other
OutForReal answered grow question 2 years ago
The only macro you have made is showing clear and cloudy trichomes, mostly clear to me so if you are harvesting followings the trichomes you can fairly wait for 2 weeks before they could all turns white ( most of them ) so you could harvest in 2 weeks depending on the trichs
AWistfulNihilist week 11 started grow question 2 years ago
Confused about trichomes, would love some expert eyes on harvest!
Just did a mess of micro shots (Week 11). Really don't want to undershoot the harvest on my first grow! I wouldn't mind waiting until next Monday when my grow tent arrives, another 7 days. That's what I'm telling myself, would love expert opinions though!
Resolved
Other. General questions
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DissNoof answered grow question 2 years ago
you do want to wait for all milky no clears, few ambers, that's the max potency for THC. When you chop her , you'll anyways have more ambers pop up during the drying process. you dont really need to wait for the tent either, a lot of the time the tent will actually be a bit too dry and dry the plant out too quickly. I found a pretty good way to do it with a cardboard box and no air flow, just pass a few rows of strings through it and close it tightly then leave it at room temperature in your living room for example for like 2 weeks. I learned that technique on here. Another variation of this technique is to have a small fan for airflow. Hope this helps ! :rocket:
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