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New Beginnings for Massachussetts and I

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by MrSeeDoubleU, Jan 10, 2017.

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    They're on the east coast, it would make sense.
     
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    Bosgrower

    Bosgrower Well-Known Member

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    Bosgrower

    Bosgrower Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have any promo codes for this weekend's cannabis convention?
     
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    Axle4worc

    Axle4worc Well-Known Member

    Harvested 2 more plants today. 1 northern lights, 1 white widow. Even though it was 10 inches shorter, the white Widow produced about the same amount.

    Lost my drying tent but said happy birthday to my new girls.
     

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    JustCallmeMom

    JustCallmeMom Well-Known Member

    My computer has been down.....the girls are doing awesome. How has everyone been? Anyone going to the cannabis expo in Boston this Saturday?

    I am getting closer to the trim, dry, cure process with Wilma and I am getting nervous. I have no idea when or what to do. Guess I better get a jewlers microscope soon?? :shock:

    Wilma WW Auto day 62
    Helen HBSS Auto day 32
     

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    Bosgrower

    Bosgrower Well-Known Member

    I plan on attending both days for most of the track 3 sessions. Be glad to meet up with anyone interested to walk the exhibits or grab an overpriced cold one at the show.
     
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    be4meliz

    be4meliz Well-Known Member

    Looks great, Mom! Knew you would get there- figure another 28 days on the White Widow(mine came in @ 90+ days. Those buds will start growing bigger and fatter as time goes on, so instead of a branch full of little nugs, you'll have an 8" coke can as they grow together.Read up on harvesting And Curing and get some good snips & bovida packs and jars.
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    I knew they ran long, but 12 weeks? Ugggh. I'm less than half way there.
     
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    Axle4worc

    Axle4worc Well-Known Member

    Just harvested my WW auto yesterday. 96 days. Had just started to see Amber but I flowered mostly under 12/12.
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    You are talking flower days, right? Not plant age from seed?
     
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    be4meliz

    be4meliz Well-Known Member

    Now for the fun part-drying, trimming, curing.-trimming sucks unless your ADHD
     
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    be4meliz

    be4meliz Well-Known Member

    The auto WW I grew took just over 90 days from germ.
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Oh, ok. I think I'm heading for 10+ weeks from the flip. There is a thread running today where a guy ran 12 weeks from the flip. Long running breed. I've already started the next round, they will be huge by the time the tent opens. I'm gonna have to whack them hard to keep them to a size I can manage in a 6 foot tent.
     
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    Axle4worc

    Axle4worc Well-Known Member

    96 day from Germ. All my autos flowered 3 weeks from Germ

    It's not too bad when you only Harvest one or two plants at a time.
     
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    Axle4worc

    Axle4worc Well-Known Member

    Let me ask you cob guys. Last time I had a 1k MH and they had minimal stretch. How close should my 3000k cobs be to my new seedlings? My cheapie lux meter reads 20k at 30" but they seem to be stretching quite a bit. I understand they will stretch more with that spectrum but should I lower my lights to 24" to keep it to a minimum?
     
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    Bosgrower

    Bosgrower Well-Known Member

    How old are the seedlings? 20K lux is pretty strong for true seedlings. If you have a 100 w (equivalent) 5000k or 6500k cfl measure it at 6 to 8" and use that as a lux guideline
     
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    sine143

    sine143 Well-Known Member

    Leaves have gone a bit crazy since the cobs were installed. I need to raise the light, its about 16 inches off the canopy. Pics soon
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    You have a ways to go yet. They look great!
     
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    sine143

    sine143 Well-Known Member

    At this point im thinking its light stress from the sudden massive increase plus a bit of nitrogen toxicity from the new soil blend recipe (plus probably too much hot soil in general)
     

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    I think they look fine, brother.
     

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