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Dynamos Emerald Harvest coco run

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by Dynamo626, Aug 14, 2017.

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    ThatSpudGuy

    ThatSpudGuy Well-Known Member

    i look forward to seeing the results
     
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    Dynamo626

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    The eclipse already happened lol. They went outside at the start of it in ohio and brought them in 3 hours later when it was over
     
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    too larry

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    Maybe they got the goodie out of it. I plant by the moon signs. Today and tomorrow are good above ground days. I'm working today, but I might put a few seeds in soil tomorrow for my fall/winter crop.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    1503877352997.jpg see what happens when you garden medicated! Double planted in two cubes lol. Getting ready to plant
     
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    Dynamo626

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    1503878061145.jpg usually use red solo cups as my first contaner but i found these lil baby pots at manards so ill use them from now on. Here is one next to a quart jar
     
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    Dynamo626

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    20170827_211648.jpg mixed 2 mil grow a and 2 mil grow b as per directions for seedlings. Tests at 212 ppm. Seams a bit low for seedlings but better low than high! Phed to 6.0 planted plugs. Top dressed with half tsp of uprising foundation roots organic super soil powder. watered in to 20% runoff
    Note to self grab another tray and dome from the shop.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    1503883970311.jpg 1503884041266.jpg Some may be wondering why add the organic powder to a synthetic coco run. Benificial bacteria serves 2 porpouses 1 out populate bad bacteria and feed the plant with there waist. Bacteria eats organic and or simple sugars its waist will be composed of what its eating. I want the bennies to eat more than just sugar and make available trace minerals that may not be in the synthetic nutes
     
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    too larry

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    I have a buddy in the nursery business. I get lots of those small pots as well as the trays they come in. Helps with transport in my Cultivar de Gorille.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    the girls are looken good. i will post a pic update tonight. In coco it has been suggested to water every day even twice a day in late flower. i am letting the seedlings dry out before there next feeding to promote root growth. i am also nervous abought the surfice staying moist and the plants dampening off. this may just be a phobia i have left over from soil but this phobia has kept me ever from having a baby dampen off.
    also i promised 2 grows with emerald harvest but i think it will only be 1. emailed them almost 2 weeks ago and again on Monday and still haven't received a response. there web site promises a prompt response. the only reason i am continuing with them is i have there entire line and dont want to just pitch it. i dont care how good a product is if the customer service sucks! thats why im not caring mammoth p in the store anymore. Maby when its time to put in more seeds ill email a couple nute companies im interested in and chose which one based on there response.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    20170830_223909.jpg As promised a new pic. They look awsome in general. There is one or two retards but there always is. They will grow out of it. Also added an hour so we are at 13/11
     
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    Dynamo626

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    Got the cal mag and sturdy stalk is so decided to do a more complete analyses for thoes who know how to make there own feeding scedule

    Grow A 156 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 57 ppm
    calcium 38 ppm
    boron 5 ppm
    cobalt 1 ppm
    copper 1 ppm
    iron 19 ppm
    manganese 8 ppm
    molybdenum 19 ppm
    zink 8 ppm


    Grow B 193 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 18 ppm
    phosphate 74 ppm
    potassium 110 ppm
    magnesium 18 ppm
    sulfur 9 ppm


    Bloom A 144 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 52 ppm
    potassium 52 ppm
    calcium 35 ppm
    iron 2 ppm
    sodium 2 ppm
    boron, copper, cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, and zink all trace and together add up to 1 ppm



    Bloom B 230 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 18 ppm
    phosphate 74 ppm
    potassium 110 ppm
    magnesium 18 ppm
    sulfer 9 ppm



    Cal/Mag 238 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 87 ppm
    calcium 129 ppm
    magnesium 22 ppm



    Sturdy Stalk 88 ppm/tsp
    potassium 88 ppm
    the bottle is 11% by weight silica which dosnt register in ppm silica also acts as a ph up base water started at 8.1 gh added silica ph jumped to 9.8 after 4 hours the ph was 9.4



    Emerald Goddess 100 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 29 ppm
    phosphate 14 ppm
    Potassium 58 ppm
    also contains vitamin b and humic acid



    King Kola 62 ppm/tsp
    nitrogen 2 ppm
    phosphate 24 ppm
    potassium, 36 ppm



    I didnt bother with the Honey Chome. Tds meters work great with the assumption that all the solids in your res have the same conductivity. they dont lol. they are however close enough to not make much of a difference. With sugar its different, sugar does not register on a tds meter.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    fed again last night gave 2 mil each of grow a, grow b, cal mag, and sturdy stalk top dressed with uprising grow
    340 ppm ph to 5.9
    broken down....
    nitrogen 64.8 ppm
    phosphate 29.6 ppm
    potassium 79 ppm
    calcium 66.8 ppm
    magnesium 16 ppm
    zink 3.2 ppm
    sulfer 3.2 ppm
    iron 7.6 ppm
    manganese 3.2 ppm
    cobalt .4 ppm
    copper .4 ppm
    molybdenum 7.2 ppm
     
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    Dynamo626

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    Fed again. I will be feeding everyday from hear out. I am not going to post every day. From hear out untill the feeding changes i will only post the ocasional pic update or if i am doing some kind of training.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    increased light by an hour. up to 14-10. At least once a week in coco you should test the runoff. if the ppm is over 100 what your feeding you should flush with your solution until its within 100 ppm. tomarrow night they will receive there first top. I will post a couple new pics then
     
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    Dynamo626

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    20170906_202232.jpg 20170906_202730.jpg 20170906_202757.jpg Girls look good. Not feeding tonight absolutly beat. Did the first of 3 toppings before and after
     
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    Dynamo626

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    11 days from germination.uped the feeding tonight by .5 mil per gal of grow a.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    20170911_205557.jpg 20170911_205737.jpg First hair cut lol going to be toping again in a few days.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    was going to add this last night....
    I try not to cut the stems flush. always leave a lil nubby. cant remember ware I read it so I cant attest as to its scientific proof but it just makes sense. plant tissue just like flesh can become infected. if the wound you inflict pruning the plant becomes infected and the cut flush the wound/ infection is on the stem and can travel through the entire plant killing it. if you leave a nub the wound is on the leaf or branch you took off. if it becomes infected the nubby will just die and the plant will shed it.
     
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    Dynamo626

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    tonight is transplant night. as before expanded coco in ro water charged to 300 ppm of cal mag ph to 5.5
    flushed with water charged to 300 ppm cal mag ph 5.7 untill run off was 500 ppm
    uping the feeding tonight to 3 mil grow a, 3 mil grow b, 2 mil cal/mag, 2 mil sturdy stalk
    total ppm 437
    nitrogen 78.8 ppm
    phosphate 44.4
    potassium 101.2
    calcium 80.1
    magnesium 19.6
    boron 3
    cobalt .6
    copper .6
    iron 11.4
    manganese 4.8
    molybdenum 11.4
    zink 4.8
    sulfur 5.4
     

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