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Dynamos Emerald Harvest coco run

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

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    Dynamo626

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    1505354307234.jpg Just finished up. Btw transplant was into 1 gal pots
     
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    second top today.... # building a manifold.
    increased the feeding again almost at full early veg feeding if going by there feeding schedule.
    4 mil grow a, 4 mil grow b, 2 mil cal/mag, 2 mil sturdy stalk, 3 mil emerald goddess, 2 mil honey comb, 7 mil root wizard. the former 3 are half doses. they will get this today and tomorrow, Sunday they will get full doses.
     
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    pulled off more side branches. normally this is where I thin the heard to 9 plants and do the first of many supercrops, however on the first my family is moving and I will have a small bedroom to flower in and will be picking up a shorter 4.5x4.5 to keep in the basement for veg. the girls are going to be a bit cramped for the next week.
     
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    20170921_200046.jpg This will be a few posts. First decided that the way i do things now i will need 18 plants if i get a second light that with my over full veg area and a 10 days untill i have the larger area sooooo thined the plants to 9 from 14. Didnt pick the biggest. Picked the ones that were most simular. Here are the rejects. Sad to se healthy girls go :(
     
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    20170921_200427.jpg 20170921_200745.jpg 20170921_201625.jpg 20170921_202439.jpg Did the third and last top for the mainline also the first of many many supercrops to train them out. When supercroping not only did i lay them over but twisted so all the arms are the same height none over the over. Used some creative leaf tucking to help hold them. I dont like tieing down the ties get in my way when watering
     
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    I also dont like waist so with the culled plants.......
     
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    20170921_203425.jpg dinner!
     
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    this morning just before lights off retrained all the tops as they had poped up almost to whare they were before the supercroping last night. as i tell my customers train early and often if you want that super even canopy.
     
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    20170924_095813.jpg root pic fron one of the ones i culled. Also uping feed tonight by 1 mil grow b
    New feeding is
    4 mil grow a
    5 mil grow b
    6 mil emerald goddess
    4 mills honey comb
    Starting photoplus 1 tsp per gal
     
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    1506391768666.jpg Good thing the move is in less than a week. This area is almost over veged
     
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    Todays lesson is ph drift and how to use it lol. Ok so when mixing tonight i over ph and the solution was at 5.5 still tolerable for the plant but lower than i like this young. If i add a bit of ph up i may end up playing the balancing game. Any who have mixed plant nutes in a res know what im talking abought. If only a couple points off there is a second option to raise your ph.... By doing nothing. Most nutrient solutions ph will raise over time some more than others. A good practice is to let your solution sit 24 hours and mesure the amount of ph drift. My solution raises .6 ph over 24 hours. Knowing this i can reason that in 8 hours my ph will go up .2 and make it 5.7
    Ill just feed in the morning
     
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    Omg lol what a weekend. Got moved to the new place 48 hours of busten my ass the new area is far from finished but enough to put the girls in. They were very dry hadent fed in 2 days and they were squezed in boxes and left in the yard for 14 hours.
     
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    As they were unpacked they were drenched in flying skull nuke em in case i picked up a pest. Tonight i will transplant into 5 gal smart pots and finaly start training. Usually the plants are much better trained at this point but i finally have the room time to wip em into shape the following are some pics of the new garden area
     
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    20171002_092911.jpg 20171002_092935.jpg 20171002_093010.jpg So happy lol
     
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    1506989469484.jpg 1506989527334.jpg training day. As this is a step by step it will be a few quick posts. First find the shortest stalk it will get the smallest amount of supercroping. Do it first and try to make all this same height
     
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    1506992109544.jpg Well guess i did some deleafing first lol thease came off the bottom now i am pulling off any branches that are forming off my main 8
     
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    1506992372334.jpg Here are the lil suckers
     
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    Oops thought i made the last post.
    Last supercrop all to a similar height
     

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