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Jack Herer in a Hazelbox

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Grow medium
Grow Conditions
Week 10
Flowering
30
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Height
12 hrs
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Goldbud Goldbud
4 years ago
Week 5 flowering just ended. See the nice time lapse movie of the last 10 days.
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Grow Questions
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
Started my next grow with Jack Herer. I've red she should be set in an early stage (8 Inches) into flowering as this strain is growing very high. My room is limited to max 120cm tall strains, topping planned at 5. interniode. Anybody experience with this strain in re height/yield
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souljasam
souljasamanswered grow question 4 years ago
so how I like to grow regardless of strain is to train my canopy super low and flat with lots of lst. this helps fill out my tent and maintain a low height for the eventual stretch in flower. I don't top any more but have nothing against doing so, its a very valid way to easily train a flat canopy. so my suggestion is to keep tying branches down and force the plant to grow horizontally until you fill about 75% of your horizontal grow space you plan to fill up. once you hit 75% flip them to flower and keep training them down as they stretch until you fill your horizontal space and then let them gain some height. doing it that way I wind up with nice short bushy plants that leave me plenty of vertical space in my grow and still give really great yields. being on week 2 you still have at least another couple weeks to go before you come close to filling your horizontal space. dont forget if they get too tall in flower you can keep tying them down and if you really need to you can top them during stretch. topping in flowering isnt ideal but it works in pinch.
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
Can anybody tell what is happening with my ladies, see time lapse Video .See the edges on the leaves and how the color changed from normal- to dark -green, she is growing slowly. I gave her 5ml/liter Orgatrex (NPK 15:7:8) + 0.5g/liter Bactrex as of May 1.
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CRiSPrGrow
CRiSPrGrowanswered grow question 4 years ago
hey there, shiny leafs that are "too green" is classic nitrogen excess, probably just one big load with extra N in it. The good news that with bio tabs you're not really feeding that often so the situation should eventually regulate itself. Just a minor stress, it's not a big deal during the vegetation phase. Hope this helps ! 🚀
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
Have tied down the 8 main branches so that all are horizontally on the same level "Circle of Buds". Now there are a mass of new branches, should I let them all grow or should I reduce them?? She has a space of 55 x 45 cm horizontally. How many buds make sense at 55cm x 45cm?
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Shagrath
Shagrathanswered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! She looks beautiful and it depends on what you want from her. If you let all the branches grow you will fill the space more efficiently and you will have more but smaller buds and if you cut them all the energy goes to those main colas only and you will have little bit less but bigger and denser buds. I'd say don't cut anything at this point and fill the whole area with tops and you will get good yield out of this! Just remember to lollipop too!
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
In the flowering phase (being now in week 3 of flowering) the humidity should be somewhere between 45 and 50%. We have very rainy days and the humidity goes up until 57%. What happens if humidity stays some days in the range of 57%, what is the risk?
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Frodo
Frodoanswered grow question 4 years ago
The important thing is that the grow room is well ventilated in every corner. If there is a stagnation of air, with high humidity there is a danger of mold. I am always in bloom at 50/60% humidity
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
Humidity should be at around 45 -50% at flowering (week 3 of flowering), but on which temperature. Having 50% air humidity with 20 degrees is not the same as having 50% with 24 degrees. Can anybody help me to understand this?
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Shagrath
Shagrathanswered grow question 4 years ago
You should check VPD chart There is optimal temperature/humidity ratios But when it is said that you should have 50%RH atleast I understand it that your temps are in optimum range. When there is too much heat you should add more humidity too for the plants to stat happy and colder you lower humidity to prevent mold etc.
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
One of my strains shows some problems on the leaves, any idea what that could be? I am growing full organic.
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Shagrath
Shagrathanswered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! Could be genetics related mutation or to my eye it looks just like tobacco mosaic virus. Should be just cosmetic thing tho!
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
My strains do have the tobacco mosaic virus. What does this mean? Should I kill the ladies 5 weeks before harvest? Has anybody experience on yield loss with this virus?
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Shagrath
Shagrathanswered grow question 4 years ago
Hi! Don't kill them! They arew looking good so maybe the virus is not that aggressive on your plant. Just remember that viruses can spread from plant to plant so when handling this girl, wash verything before handling another to prevent it from spreading. Hopefully it wont come again on future grows!
Goldbud
Goldbudstarted grow question 4 years ago
New issue starting week 5 of bloom. The lowest big fan-leaves are getting yellow and that very quickly. She got a organic Biotabs PK Booster compost tea 3 days ago. It looks to me she wants more Nitrogen. Should I add molasses? If so how much? Or is it another issue. PH is ok.
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Bloombuster
Bloombusteranswered grow question 4 years ago
Бро, приветствую! У тебя недостаток магния. Его могли спровоцировать переизбыток аммония азота, хлора и кальция.Но магний должен покидать растение с середины цветения и поэтому тебе не стоит переживать, ты уже приближаешься к урожаю! 👌😇👍
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MrHaze
MrHazeweek 2
am interested in this one) have a good grow bro)
Grey_Wolf
Grey_Wolfweek 4
Hi mate you can organically adjust calcium with the addition of some unsulphured mollasses and epsom salts
Grey_Wolf
Grey_Wolf
@Goldbud, What you are using should be fine mate 👍
Goldbud
Goldbud
@Grey_Wolf, sorry this is my 2nd grow ever and I am very careful in regards to fertilizer, since I am growing full organic. Do you have the feeling that my ladies have a deficiency for Calcium or Magnesium? I ordered last week the BIOBIZZ Organic CALMAG, will try this when I get it. I read somewhere when growing on cocos (I have 50% cocos & 50% perlite) a Calcium deficiency can happen more often than on normal soil. As fertilizer I am giving the strains Orgatrex which is indeed mollasses and Orgatrex has following ingridients: zinc/copper/calcium/mangan/magnesium/silicium/iron/sulfur and NPK is 5-1-5. Additionally to that from the start there are two BIOTABS in the soil with NPK 15-7-8. I would say the srains have all fertilizer they need. When it comes to watering the producer of Biotabs.nl is telling me I don't need to care for PH, the bacteria (Bactrex) will sort this out for the plant. My water is PH 7.5, at my last grow with Biotabs I also used water with PH 7.5 and all went almost perfectly.
Mongo28
Mongo28week 5
Looks really nice 👌
CRiSPrGrow
CRiSPrGrowweek 5
Hey there, hope i answered your question, anything else you need just let me know 👊
AnjaHamburg2020
AnjaHamburg2020week 10
Moin Goldbud, danke für deine Hazelbox Erfahrung.. Hast du die Hazelbox Compact ? Ich würde mir gern die große kaufen. Für mich ist wichtig dass es einfach geht und ich beim Aufbau keinen Elektriker brauche. Ein Zelt will ich nicht, weil die WG dagegen ist. Habe gelesen dass Holz nicht so lange hält. Also auch keinen anderen Growschrank. Würde mir die weiße große Hazelbox bestellen. Hat jemand die schon zu Hause?
TINO14
TINO14week 10
Hi bro, aunque las semillas provenientes de una planta hermafrodita tendrán una fuerte tendencia a ser hermafroditas, más de alguna podría ser hembra, saludos💯
SensiSeeds
SensiSeedsweek 10
Hey there GoldBud, could you check your DMs?