Dinafem moby dick - 400 watt grow

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    Sir72

    Sir72 Well-Known Member

    How's it going guys, I've had this moby going for about 3 weeks now. She's been topped once and has 8 branches/tops. She's in 6 gallons of organic soil, I was wondering how much longer I should veg her to fill my tent which is 32in x 32in x 63in.
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    trich0me$

    trich0me$ Active Member

    Looking good im at the 3 weeks veg as well,Dwc fox farm grow big and GH bloom.
     

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    Sir72

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    Thanks man, is that moby dick aswell? Look like you topped yours a little earlier than mine
     
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    trich0me$

    trich0me$ Active Member

    Actually neither of plants are topped, there's 2 in the same bucket temporarily,
    And I'm unsure of the strain it's bag seed looks to be Indica though! :lol:
     
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    Sir72

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    Does switching to flower in 1 day sound like a good idea? She suppose to stretch up to 3x her size image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg
     
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    Sir72

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    Did my first ever LST today, I tied down 6 of the 8 branches. She about 2 days into 13/11 till I eventually switch to 12/12
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    Sir72

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    Should I keep the braches tied down during flower?
     
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    Sir72

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    Mind blown by the growth in 24hrs, all 8 tops are about even
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    Sir72

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    584 watts total, 400 watt hps and 8x23W 6500k cfl's for corner lighting/blue spectrum. She on week two of 12/12 no flowers yet but close

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    Bowtieguy77

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    In the last picture your leaves are drooping a sign you went a little to long without watering. Other than that great looking plant.
     
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    Sir72

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    Yeh I'm a little confused as to why the leaves are dropping watering doesn't seem to effect them in a negative or positive way. I was wonder if cold night time temps could be a cause?
     
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    Bowtieguy77

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    What are your temps getting down to?
     
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    davillains

    davillains Well-Known Member

    seems you've done a really nice job topping - low stress training already but a scrog net might also help you distribute the tops and provide some support when they get heavier.
     
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    Sir72

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    I'm not sure but it gets pretty darn cold like 45f where it's at before the lights get back on then it's back in the 70's
     
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    Bowtieguy77

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    My temps get down to the 50's you might try throwing a small space heater in with her while lights are off and see if that will keep it perked up.
     
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    Sir72

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    I found a random nut sack today so I just removed it, checked the rest of the plant and couldn't find anymore

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    Sir72

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    Probably should of vegged a little longer to fill up the tent more, But I'm happy with her overall. Definetly will do four 3 gallons next time.

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    Bowtieguy77

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    You have some nice growth going on she looks good.
     
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    Sir72

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    Plan on giving her a good feeding next watering ( looks like she needs it. ) she has been one hungry lady more than any plant I've grown. Smells like fruity lemon haze currently. image.jpg image.jpg
     
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    kurtdirt1

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    My plants slowed down with temps below 60. I didn't notice how much they had slowed since the transition to cold was gradual.

    Within just a couple days of adding supplementaI heating I noticed increased flower production.

    Try not to let them drop any lower than 60 at the minimum. I noticed a difference below that point.
     

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