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Room Type
Soil
Medium
Topping
Technique
Defoliation
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First medical grow auto duck week 12
First medical grow auto duck week 12
First medical grow auto duck week 12
First medical grow auto duck week 12
First medical grow auto duck week 12
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Grow Conditions
Week 12
Flowering
60
inch
cm
Height
23.62
inch
cm
Height
17 hrs
Light Schedule
22
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
72
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
Normal
Smell
10
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
50
°F
°C
Solution 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
0.05
gal
l
Watering Volume, per plant per 24h
0.2
gal
l
Watering Volume, per plant per 24h
Nutrients
Commented by Grey_man_2074 Grey_man_2074
1 week ago

Things looking better since reducing feed, shells in place for slugs. I think yield won't be the best but time will tell

Grow Questions
Grey_man_2074 week 3 started grow question 2 months ago
I'm keen to give my seedlings the best start in life so have given them 24hr LED grow lights, however I also want them in the greenhouse under natural light. Q) at what point is best to transfer them to the greenhouse?
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Stick answered grow question 2 months ago
Not sure about the 24/24 light on : roots require darkness to fully develop. 20H of light and 4H of darkness will probably give you better results than 24H of light. I would try to synchronize the light with the sun and transfer them into the greenhouse once the roots are visible from below and the plants have been repotted in bigger containers. Good luck with these babies !
Grey_man_2074 week 6 started grow question 2 months ago
Q) What techniques can I employ to maximise yield? I'm not sure they're all the same strain...
Leaves All Leaves Seem Affected
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DrGanjaman answered grow question 2 months ago
Hey brother. I will advise you to let her recover from the over watering before training her. Over water can look like many different issues so it can be tricky to identify. Correct that and let her recover before topping her because she is stressed right now also she is very young and vulnerable so topping will just stress her more and can develop root rot. If you are a first timer in the training techniques I would recommend lst only. Tie your branches down to help her develop the secondaries stems. Since you are growing out doors I wouldn't advise you to defoliate since the leaves help her protect against bugs and plagues. Don't over think, outdoors is almost better to let her do her thing alone. Yields outdoors are big without training. Indoors is better to train since we only have so much room available. Outdoor you can let her grow as big as the season let her... more important right now, fix the over watering. And in a week you will see a huge difference. I hope I was helpful to you my friend. Peace
Grey_man_2074 week 11 started grow question 3 weeks ago
Help, my leaves are dieing, I think I may have been overwatering. Is this a symptom. Spiders and slugs are a problem too any tips? I laid back on watering and new growth has appeared, it’s a fine line though before they dry out in the 50 deg peak temp.
Leaves Leaf Edges Appear Burnt
Kindbudz answered grow question 1 week ago
Oh wow you definatly are having some insects attack you plant. It appears you are in the early stages of flower. The egg shells are a good deterrent for slugs and snails. You may also want to pick up some neem oil. Apply it to the leaves directly(DO NOT GET IT ON YOUR FLOWERING SIGHTS). Make sure your ph is balanced and that you at not overwatering. Cut back on your nutrients to 1/4 the recommended dosage as you are also getting nutrient burn on your leaf tips. Check out growweedeasy.com. You can input your plant symptoms and it will give you a list of different things that are going on and can provide you with more treatments if necessary. Hope this helps.
Stick answered grow question 3 weeks ago
Hi there! You may have overwatered your plants, but they're also showing other symptoms, I think you overfed and gave too much nutrients in the past weeks. Now, about your slugs&snails attacks, the best way to ensure they won't be a problem is to secure your plant with a physical barrier, I've managed to build some great protections with plastic bottles (on babies), or in late stages with tarpaulin around stakes. Otherwise you can catch them by creating simple traps, they're attracted by orange rinds, milk and beer, so you just have to fill a yogurt pot with beer and wait for them to drown themselves into beer paradise. I'll be around, keep us up-to-date, and happy growing!
Athos answered grow question 3 weeks ago
For slugs and snails, use cooper stripes, they have some kind of allergic reaction to it, or beer traps, they drown on it; crushed egg shells help keep them away too. There are many things that can be factoring on your plant dying: pH out of range, since you are not meassuring it, much less adjusting it; too much nutrients, your trouble started when you upped the dose to 4 ml of biogrow, 4 ml of biobloom and 1ml of fishmix, that can easily be around 2.5EC/1250 PPM (I use biobizz), give them plain water for now, or better yet, give them a light flush and dial back the nutrients after that. For reference I never go higher than half that concentration or I start having trouble; third and foremost, temperatures, you are having dangerous fluctuations and go from really cold at night to really hot during the day. 5°C is too cold, hell 15°C is too cold and 50°C during the day... Unless you can keep them under better temperatures they are going to suffer, a lot.
Comments
ShaggyGrower
ShaggyGrower week 12

Use lots and lots of broken egg shells. Slugs and snails are VERY persistent. A top layer of Perlite also works as it has sharp edges (and helps stop gnat flies, so a double-winner). Good luck!

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ShaggyGrower
ShaggyGrower

@Grey_man_2074,that bit of inside egg-shell, the soft bit, make sure that is off and only hard shell remains, or they crawl over the easier soft bit rather than get put off by the sharp bits. Good luck!

Grey_man_2074
Grey_man_2074

@ShaggyGrower, hi I think they're nearly done, have I missed the boat to flush or as it's organic soil and feed do I bother? Tks

ShaggyGrower
ShaggyGrower

@Grey_man_2074, Lots of growers who use organic soils are fervently anti-flush saying it does no good. If *I* was using a organic soil in a small pot that had very, very good drainage (lots of Perlite, or similar), I would flush. If the soil is quite thick and in a big pot, I would not as I would worry about root-rot.

I'm in two minds about flushing within two weeks of pencilled in harvest. I used to like harvesting the plant when pot was dry, so the plant had less water in it and dried faster. Now, I like to slow-dry, so I don't mind if their pot has some water left in it, although drying takes a day or two longer (small potatoes in the grand scheme of things). Thinking about Autumn, when the plants are in the wild and flowering, it is generally a bit soggier than Summer, so I think cannabis plants are used to wet conditions when they near their end.

B4RNS
B4RNS week 12

You can't grow in a greenhouse without basil and dill . Basil will attract the snails and slugs and dill will keep away the spiders.

When I see your tomatoes, you should grow your Cannabis on the same way ... as the same way .... don't think it needs more of this and more of that because it's Cannabis , it's a f*ck*ng weed bro , just plant them and let it grow like you do with your tomatoes :wink:

Grey_man_2074
Grey_man_2074

@B4RNS, I had neglected the tomatoes, watering less etc as they are only subterfuge, it looks like they actually got the correct amount of tlc and my over involved care for the weed has, as you suggest, not been great for them. Definitely trying this next year with all my new knowledge with basil, dill, egg shells and 1/2 strength feed and less watering and not trying too hard . Tks

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