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Lemon Skunk Coco Indoor Grow

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by slippy_81, Mar 20, 2017.

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    slippy_81

    slippy_81 Member

    Hi to all...

    This is my first grow journal in this forum. I was growing autoflowers in soil but after an intensive research I decided to take a chance with regular feminized seeds.

    After contacting DNA Genetics for some advice on their strains the choice went for their Lemon Skunk. According to their advice this particular strain tolerates temperature fluctuations and is best for growing indoors in small tight spaces.

    Growing Medium: Coco Coir
    Lighting for veg: Viparspectra 300w ( 136w actual)
    Lighting for flowering: Viparspectra 450w (200w actual)

    I built a wooden grow tent, covered with mylar sheeting. The size is 3ft x 3ft but decided to partition it. Veg area is 3 x 1 and flower is 3 x 2.

    From 6 seeds, 4 germinated in root riot and put them in 3L airpots with only coco. PH water to 6.0 and feeding them 10ml Plagron Coco Nutes once everyday till now. Hand watering 450ml each plant per day. These are some photos I took yesterday. Hope for the best and if everything goes to plan I intend to keep one as a mother plant and take clones.
     
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    slippy_81

    slippy_81 Member

    These are some photos of my setup.
     

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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    lemon skunk is pretty good stuff a well rounded strain it can get tall if you don't control it you've made a good choice
     
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    slippy_81

    slippy_81 Member

    Yes I saw some reviews of the strain. They tend to grow tall... I plan not to let them veg for long....say 30cm tall and top them....the pots for flower are 10L so I expect them to grow a lot. We'll see how it goes. I might try to scrog them but would like to create a scrog for each pot individually. Watering them in the is a problem. I have to put them out of the tent to fees them.
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    I guess you'll kind of have to figure it out as you go along I didn't know how to Scrog when I grew it
     
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    slippy_81

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    Journal update... I am now dosing 12ml per 10L plagron nutes and lowered the led lights a bit as the plants were stretching too much. They are growing really fast and till now they seem very healthy. Still watering with PH 6.0 water (after adding nutes). Here are some photos I took yesterday.
     

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    slippy_81

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    The plants are growing at phenomenal rate in Coco!!... I now am feeding Coco Nutes A and B 20ml per 10Litres of water. PH always 6.0 amd feom yesterday I added Plagron Enzyme and Power roots 1ml per 1Litre of water. Still watering 400ml once daily. Temperature in the tent is around 24 to 27 degrees celcius. Humidity between 60% and 65%.
     

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    slippy_81

    slippy_81 Member

    Hi again...

    Today I noticed a lot of roots are already out of the bottom of the air pot. Plants are growing their 5th and 6th node but there are no signs of wilting. They are also showing signs of pre flower as shown in pictures below. Should I transplant them in the 10 litre pots and give them another 2 weeks of vegging before inducing flower?? I am planning to keep one as a mother plant. Should I leave it in the 3 litre pot with coco or should I plant in soil?? I intend in keeping her small as the space is limited.
     

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