1. We are currently experiencing issues with viewing and uploading images, our team is working on the issue.
    Dismiss Notice

1000w - 4x4 Tent - 16 Strain Seed/Pheno Test From Last Year's Pollen Chucking

Discussion in 'Grow Journal Discussion' started by beanzz, May 17, 2015.

  1.  
    OldMedUser

    OldMedUser Well-Known Member

    Got a lot going on in a 4x4! :)

    Nice tight looking frosty nugs too. What kind of nutes and grow media are you using?

    Good job! :clap:

    :peace:
     
  2.  
    beanzz

    beanzz Well-Known Member

    few more of the one above
     

    Attached Files:

    swedsteven and OldMedUser like this.
  3.  
    beanzz

    beanzz Well-Known Member

    1 part pro mix with 2 bags ocean forest. just basic fox farm for nutes with some other random stuff like super thrive and molasses, nothing special really
     
    OldMedUser likes this.
  4.  
    OldMedUser

    OldMedUser Well-Known Member

    Just how I like it. Nice and simple.

    I'm using ProMix HP blended with their potting soil blend and/or their Vegetable and Herb mix supplemented with AN pH Perfect hydro nutes. Works good so far tho I like doing DWC grows a lot too.

    Will be going to the city next week and plan to pick up some organic nutes, Earth Juice probably but will see what they have. Anything other than GH/GO will do fine just so I can grow some stuff that is pure organic to compare yields and smell/taste/buzz. Did a bit of that a few years ago using the General Organics Go-Box kit and was not impressed and now that they are owned by Scotts Miracle-Gro/Monsanto there is no way I'm giving them a dime!

    :peace:
     
  5.  
    beanzz

    beanzz Well-Known Member

    Just finishing up the new room.

    16k watts, only using 12k at the moment though as I don't have enough plants to fill it up

    IMG_5341.JPG
     
    thumper60 and OldMedUser like this.
  6.  
    OldMedUser

    OldMedUser Well-Known Member

    That is going to one massive jungle in there!

    Do you do this all on your lonesome? I'm trying to get motivated enough to gear up and do a tenth of that. I've grown to hate trimming. With my arthritis my hands can start cramping up after a couple hours but I got a Trimpro Unplugged so hoping it'll make that chore much easier.

    How do you get that crop in?

    :peace:
     
  7.  
    beanzz

    beanzz Well-Known Member

    Yea I did it alone, it's definitely a lot of work. I have a full-time job as well which doesn't help.

    My buddy used a dry trim machine on his last 30 light run and the results were surprisingly good, probably going to give it a shot myself.
     
  8.  
    beanzz

    beanzz Well-Known Member

Share This Page