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Moby Dick Auto

19
18
752
7 months ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
LST
Technique
FL (250W)
Vegetation Lights
HID (250W)
Flowering Lights
Strain
Dinafem - Moby Dick Autoflowering
Moby Dick Autoflowering
Dinafem

Growing it

Easy

Resistance

Strong

Harvested on 80th day. Dry weight was about 15 grams. Very pleased with this strain and will be growing it again. This was my first indoor grow.

The Outcome
Week
11
HARVEST
What's on the scales?
15
oz
g
Bud dry weight
What's on the scales?
0.53
oz
g
Bud dry weight
Harvested
1 plant
Number of plants harvested
Light
250 watt
Total light power used
Grow Room
1
ft²
Grow Room size
Grow Room
10.76
ft²
Grow Room size
0
ounce /watt/plant
0.05
ounce/ft²
0.53
ounce /plant
23.23
watt/ft²
0.09
plant/ft²
Photos & Videos
Moby Dick Auto week 11.
Moby Dick Auto week 11.
Moby Dick Auto week 11. Moby Dick Auto week 11.
Tastes like
Earthy
Pine
Feels like
80% Sativa
20% Indica

Positive effects

Creative
Euphoric
Happy

Negative effects

Dry mouth
Nutrients

This was my first indoor grow:pray: next time I will put on scrog, use brighter light, make sure not to overfeed and I should get better yield

Grow Questions
snippybanjo week 6 started grow question 8 months ago
I've been going by the ratios on the labels of the nutrient bottles (4ml/1l). I water my plants every 2nd day with the nutrients.About a week into preflower all of the heads drooped down and some died. I have halved the nutrient water (2ml/1l). When should I use water with nutes?:sweat:
Plant Plant Wilting / Drooping
Resolved
Show all Answers (4)
FlavoursUk answered grow question 8 months ago
Hi, seems to me the growing medium your using was already charged with nutrients, so feeding the full recommended dose (which by the way, you never should do) it had no need for the extra, and at full dose, you're asking for trouble. 1- Never go by the recommend dose on the label always start with 1/2 or 1/4 strength and build it up, that way you can see the plants tolerances of what you're growing, and less is always more growing. 2-Using a soil medium, chances are you've already got nutrients in them to last the plant around 4-5 weeks depending on what mix you have. 3- Don't overwater, less is more.. you can add but can't take away, let your medium dry properly before next watering. Lastly, my solution. Let your medium dry up, giving it a few days. Check it by poking your finger into the soil, if its dry you wont have any deposit on your finger when you take it out and it wont be wet. If it is you'll feel it and be left with a wet finger. Once its dry, flush out the nutrients you've put in and start again with just plain pH'd water until she shows you a start of a deficiency and needs nutrients which you can then start to lightly feed, lightly being the key word ;) hope this helps
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