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OG Kush - First Grow

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4 years ago
VEG
FL / 300W
Custom
FLO
FL / 300W
Custom
BioBizz
Nutrients
Kelpak
Nutrients
Indoor
Room Type
100%
Soil
Grow medium
LST
Technique
ScrOG
Technique
Topping
Technique
Defoliation
Technique
Photos & Videos
Grow Conditions
Week 4
Vegetation
18 hrs
Light Schedule
No Smell
Smell
3
gal
l
Pot Size
11.36
gal
l
Pot Size
Nutrients
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
Effecient Microbes (EM Pro)
7.57 ml/gal
BioBizz - Bio-Grow
Bio-Grow
3.79 ml/gal
ml/l
ml/gal
tsp/gal
Commented by ScoobySnax ScoobySnax
4 years ago

Week 4, and what a great week it was! Almost don't even recognize my plant anymore..

She seems to have been pretty happy after the transplant last week, but I realized I probably shouldn't have upped my nutes at the same time I put her in the fresh soil. Ended up with a bit of nutrient burn as you can see in the last few photos. I knew it was going to be inevitable, but I still fee terrible nonetheless :(

LST also began in the last 2 days of the week, and growth really has just exploded after that! I was kind of hoping the tiny new stems growing at the bottom in the 9th photo would get more light and speed up a bit, but as you see, the other growth just never gave it a chance.

I'm getting to the stage where I'm not too sure what to do next - I have my homemade SCROG net ready to go, but I'm not sure if I should just grow her out a little more and start scrogging, or maybe top her one more time before I do.

This is still my first grow, so I don't want to go too crazy, and I'd also like to get into flower in the next 3 weeks max. Any suggestions?

Happy Growing friends!

Grow Questions
ScoobySnax week 12 started grow question 4 years ago
I’m currently at week 7 flower, using biobizz nutes, and wondering when I should be flushing? People say a week?

Problem is my GDP clone looks a little further along, and I’m struggling to see the trichomes with my cheap loupe. I’m worried I’m already in the harvest window :(
Resolved
Techniques. Defoliation
B4RNS answered grow question 4 years ago
GDP is ready for flush , but by those green leaves full of N she might need 2 weeks to fade... Cut the nootz for OG , let it use the nootz in the soil for another week then give it a good flush before the final week . Do not harvest your plants green like that or it's gonna be harsh to smoke
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Comments
B4RNS
B4RNS week 4

First grow ? If you wanna a good tip, just take particular care by the end of flowering, when the buds swell, to humidity. 35% RH or even lower is highly recommended.

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DinafemSeeds
DinafemSeeds

@B4RNS, #ProTip :)

Thanks brother :)

All the best

Mark..

ScoobySnax
ScoobySnax

@B4RNS, Oh no! That’s one of my worst nightmares right now... Sorry to hear that buddy

B4RNS
B4RNS

@ScoobySnax, awww ... meeen , I had the same problem with my last OG Kush from Humboldt, I’ve lost the biggest bud and some few others eggs , about 20gr. dry.

ScoobySnax
ScoobySnax week 4

So after a bit of research, I'm wondering if my "nute burn" is actually PH fluctuations? The tips themselves are actually unaffected, and the pattern seems to match up more with the PH fluctuations.

Just curious at this point - it would make sense, since I'm not actively managing PH this grow, I'm relying on a mix of microbes and organic nutes to maintain their ideal soil PH. Also only noticed this after the transplant, so I would guess the "fresh" soil in this case would definitely be causing fluctuations at the beginning of the transplant.

Anyone?

bobo420
bobo420

@ScoobySnax, yeah, it's barely noticeable in the photos, it looks like leaf miners to me

ScoobySnax
ScoobySnax

@bobo420, Heh, well I suppose it’s barely noticeable in the photos, but if you look at the last 3 or so, there’s a few, almost golden spots on some of the leaves on the left side.

I’m not really concerned, but like I said, I’m just curious about every little change I see on my plant now :)

bobo420
bobo420

@ScoobySnax, I don't see traces of nutrient burn on your plants :/ what are you referring to?