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Custom Breeder & Strain
Down To Earth
Nutrients
Real Growers
Nutrients
Dynomyco
Nutrients
Custom
Tent
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
LST
weeks 9,10,...
Topping
weeks 1,19
Defoliation
weeks 10,11,...
Photos & Videos
Nute-Lockout is def over and growth this week has been new leaves every single day. Some are a bit mutated. Swirls and a few blunt tips but I am trying to just go with it.
LST from the side. Before she started growing actual stems.
InkBird Auto Humidity controller came. Amazing! Working perfectly.
InkBird Humidity sensor location for now. I will hang it in the air right above the plant soon.
Observing a bit too much Nitrogen due to added Organic Compost (Michigan Mediums) and Alfalfa and Kelp Meal to the top. Went about 1/2 of recommended- but I will say it again= this is a temperamental plant.
Look at this two week difference from Heat stress and lockout to today. The 60 bulb on the base of the put and moving the air down to pot level as well as humidity regulation made a huge diff.
LST has proved to help new branches grow so much every day. I see several new leaves pop out every afternoon I go check progress.
Amazes me how fast she is growing now. Better order my structures for support and get my "real vent fan and scrubber installed".
Grow Conditions
Week 5
Vegetation
22.86
inch
cm
Height
9
inch
cm
Height
18 hrs
Light Schedule
22
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
71
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.2
pH
60%
Air Humidity
Weak
Smell
20
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
68
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
0.26
gal
l
Pot Size
1
gal
l
Pot Size
63.5
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
25
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.06
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.24
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
Commented by Aromagurl Aromagurl
7 months ago

This week has the most recovery from Mites, heat-stress, Nutrient lockout, and overall lack of knowledge on my part. I have had some disability issues to contend with so it has been hard to get my tent ventilation installed and I just hope she can continue to be patient with me. Yes, my grow is small but it is all I can physically handle right now. I hope that where I have moved to I can find better medical care and get my body back to some kind of mobility and be able to enter into this new venture the way I REALLY dreamed of doing it. The goal was to be able to know my source, clean organic, and economical. As well as to be able to grow companion herbs with my plants so that I can also grow herbal medicine (I already make herbal preparations just want to learn to farm them now) . So, I am hang'in on by a thread and pushing through progression of muscle disorder, severe chronic (uncontrolled) pain, and wanting so badly to be the best I can at this with the limitations that I have.

I would LOVE to have a few cannabis varieties growing here on one side of the tent and shelving set on the other with herbs and veggies. If I try auto the veggies won't hate it when that 12-12 comes. One the other hand if I get another small tent for 12-12 I can grow whatever medicine strain I need and not wory whether it is auto or photoperiod.

Ah to dream.....to dream. haha. This plant makes me happy even though she is imperfect. <3

Grow Questions
Aromagurl week 9 started grow question 6 months ago
Help. Heat stress? Russet mites for sure. Can she recover? Please look at grow diary 9weeks. I am so new at this and had such trouble with CBDream. Such a touchy medicine plant. Was a weak clone to begin with (now i know) but I could really use advice about recovery.
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Leaves. Curl down
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Aromagurl answered grow question 6 months ago
My bad with the lights on the soil. I read bout living soil and roots. I cooked the roots. :( so sad. I was wrong about too much water. Thought nute-lock but no.(that's why i was trying to dry soil) It was actually the mite treatments I think that were the cue de gras. It recovers in a day or so. back to having a healthy smell again and leaves start to look better. sensitive stomata? LIGHTS: turning light intensity up & adding lights for heat on fabric pot was BAD. So, looked at Spyder farm recommends 60-90%. Went one cycle with 80%. last PM. Will check today. can go back up to 85%. Seams to do well there. (before Russet invasion) I have heard of stretching due to light being too weak or far away. When I looked up forums -THANK YOU- (growweedeasy) & articles I learned that long lanky growth can be heat stress too. Too many similar visible symptoms can mean same things. FYI: Removed fan on soil. Hope the one oscillating isn't too much (windburn).
Aromagurl answered grow question 6 months ago
Thank you so much! I thought Nitrogen tox too but this is living organic soil(water only). I did give a kelp foliar spray 7 days ago and noticed nit-tox I thought? Residual signs I think now? with living soil not supposed to ever have run off or flush. The organisms in the soil will die. The soil has dried out to "moist" which is "healthy" for microbes. I agree that I DX wrong with most of this. I think multi-things R wrong. I am just so new and no experience. I noticed when spraying "Plant Therapy" for russet Mites the plant reacted right away by curling more yesterday. Sat and observed for 10min. It was immediate. Had that clawing right after Azamax too. (most of you are right I think--too many things going wrong at once) If I make too many changes I won't know what helped the plant'. I know too much heat on roots for certain now after reading up on living soil, root issues and watering practices or living microbes.
DeadwebsiteBoringcommunity answered grow question 6 months ago
This doesn't have the outward leaf curl that is common with heat stress.. This can be heat stress.. But it's not the high or the low we worry about so much as the fluctuations.. If your Cannabis is somewhere in the ballpark of 20-30 degrees it can most likely Acclimatize to it's growing space..... I was pleasantly surprised on my last grow with the ability of 4 plants to handle heat stress well in excess of 30 degrees with minor amounts of supplement Co2. A tall and lanky plant is in my opinion and sign of not enough light... If you have high heat and low light then it would do the exact same thing.. If you had high light and high heat.. Your rates of transportation(water intake) would increase. Cannabis can handle exceptional amounts of light.. Your misunderstanding what you are observing..
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Tweezer
Tweezer week 5

your doing well, good luck the rest of the way!

Aromagurl
Aromagurl week 5

Thx . Have any suggestions I am totally open. :) Appreciate the support.