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Auto Daiquiri Lime - First Grow

6
13
26
2013
4 years ago
VEG
LED / 400W
Custom
FLO
LED / 400W
Custom
Top Crop
Nutrients
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
SoG
Technique
Photos & Videos
Grow Conditions
Week 12
Flowering
70
inch
cm
Height
27.56
inch
cm
Height
20 hrs
Light Schedule
25
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
77
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.5
pH
47%
Air Humidity
Normal
Smell
20
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
68
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
1.32
gal
l
Pot Size
5
gal
l
Pot Size
10
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
3.94
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
Nutrients
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
Commented by Beerus Beerus
4 years ago

Bussy week, forgot to take pics, i did another wash, the top seems to be recovering well, white pistils showing out but the very dark green color of the leaves doesnt appear to be leaving any time soon.

I will be uploading pics of today (9/5) later today.

Grow Questions
Beerus week 3 started grow question 4 years ago
Hello everybody, this is my first indoor grow, currently starting week 4. Im noticiing huge diferences between the plants, looking for some advice. Im also having heat (30+ celcius). Thanks in advance, love from Argentina
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Green09Ranger answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi M8! Nice grow :) :) I'm new too, but some things are just science and normal nature way :) You are growing different strains, thats normal that one grows bigger and faster than other... Be carefull with temp above 30 degrees, make sure they have enough air flow and fresh but not cold freezing water :) Then, just let them grow, show some love and thats it ;)
Beerus week 7 started grow question 4 years ago
Day 49 of 77, the top of the plant is touching the LED panel. Yellow tips on the top leaves.(pics above) It hasn't stop growing. Right now im bending it with thread, i researched about suppercroping. I would love some help on the matter. What should i do?
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Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Just like you I had to learn to suppercrop this grow. It's really not that hard and along with LST it helped
1. You need to do it on a still pliable stem; I've done it over most of the flowering stretch.
2. Put the stem between your thumb and forefinger and apply pressure until you feel / hear a snap / crunch.
3. The stem will have a bend of aprox 90°
4. In a few days the you will notice that the branch will try to out itself in an upright position again, so I recommend that you some tying down.
5. Done.

Tip: If you do some defoliation in a branch it it will stop growing while it regrow it's foliage (just don't leave it bare)
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Comments
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That's a lot of heat and your #1 issue between you and good yields.

If you can get the max down below 26, that's great. If you can't, there are some ways to mitigate the damage.

The heat (especially with a bunch of light) will make your buds airy and foxtailed and ruin your yield. It's okay, you still get a yield, but if you want it to last you it might be an issue.

Light stress and heat stress are the same stress, so if its hot raise your lights. The amount it *might* yield less due to the less light, way outweighed by the benefit.

Lots of airflow. Cool but not freezing for your watering. Those will help. It's too late for this grow, but if this is your space and you can't get it cooler I would highly suggest you switch to coir. It's much more gentle on the roots in the heat/cold.

I use potassium silicate to strengthen the roots against this type of shock, as well. More of a coir thing, as silica is present in soil, but can still help.