1. We are currently experiencing issues with viewing and uploading images, our team is working on the issue.
    Dismiss Notice

The Vault’s Sour Livers Auto Comparative Grow – in association with Mephisto Genetics

Discussion in 'Rollitup Advertisers' started by Jack Vault, Feb 27, 2017.

  1.  
    714steadyeddie

    714steadyeddie Well-Known Member

    Let's get things rolling.

    Shout out to @Jack Vault

    Can't wait to put these under my cobs IMG_3099.JPG
     
  2.  
    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    They broke soil a few days ago.
    DSC01483.JPG DSC01494.JPG DSC01483 - Copy.JPG
     
  3.  
    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    They will be run in my flower cab at 12/12. I am just going to spray them for pollen so no need for yield.
     
  4.  
    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Sounds like we are doing the same thing (Awesome) but are you doing 12/12 thru the whole grow ? if so i cant wait to see your progress (might make me change my light cycle for these).
     
  5.  
    evergreengardener

    evergreengardener Well-Known Member

    Still awaiting my package think it may be lost in the mail... Ill be watching thread to see progress and let you all know when or if I receive them
     
  6.  
    Gaz29

    Gaz29 Well-Known Member

    Germed two in paper towel and I put one into 50% perlite and 50% all mix (bio bizz) straight into ten litre pot and the other one is still to pop its head but it's only in a small 3" pot .. gonna re-pot as soon as it's roots kick in.! Just trying to see if potting up is any good for auto's ..
    Good luck and happy growing
    Gaz
     

    Attached Files:

  7.  
    TurboTokes

    TurboTokes Well-Known Member

    A few interesting comparisons happening within this comparison already, I will definetely be updating my progress with the coco w/ nutes vs bag potting soil . Both of my seeds came out of the ground today
     
  8.  
    steff44

    steff44 Well-Known Member

    I put mine straight into final pot with bio biz all mix
     
  9.  
    1kemosabe

    1kemosabe Well-Known Member

    Haha, I do the same thing. Putting the wifi box to work!!. Seems to keep the perfect temp.



    Just got my e mail comfirmation, I'm in.
    Thank you @Jack Vault. , @George Seeds .
     
    bertaluchi, Chef420, Gaz29 and 5 others like this.
  10.  
    Mullumbimby

    Mullumbimby Well-Known Member

    Great concept. I'll be watching this thread, thanks everyone.
     
    bertaluchi, Gaz29, Jack Vault and 2 others like this.
  11.  
    Jack Vault

    Jack Vault Well-Known Member

    Feel free to join in buddy - it is still open for entrants.
     
  12.  
    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Day 11. I hope it's building a good root base because there is not much going on above ground. They grew about an inch and a half or two.
    Pic 1.jpg
     
    bertaluchi, steff44, mmjmon and 4 others like this.
  13.  
    Lisa martinez

    Lisa martinez Well-Known Member

    Still awaiting my package. :(
     
  14.  
    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    My flower cab is full and my little veg cab has my outdoor plants going at 12.5 hours light. I only have one choice for running them. I wasn't worried about yield from them. Just want pollen from them.

    Not much to show. they sprouted and have one set of leaves. they are building roots right now. I expect them to take off anytime.
     
    bertaluchi, HansBud, Gaz29 and 2 others like this.
  15.  
    Gaz29

    Gaz29 Well-Known Member

    Germed two and put one straight to final pot & 1 into a small 3" pot , well they popped the soil ,but the little pots' seedling wouldn't shed its seed ( looked like a match stick.! ) -seed still shut tight on a little stem.! Anyway i misted it a few times trying to get cotyledons free from seed, fkr was stuck tight ..i tried to crack it a bit and it snapped straight off..! ☠️
    So germed another,(paper-towel method) checked it abt 20 hrs later and it's tap root was showing.! I've put it in small 3" pot for a few days then stick it in final 10litre pot. Happy growing
    Gaz
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Mar 22, 2017
  16.  
    Mullumbimby

    Mullumbimby Well-Known Member

    I get that.
    I think its about trying to find the right balance between being too wet & too dry.
    If they are in a mix that dries out too fast, you are at risk of them simply dying, while you are looking in the other direction. If the mix stays too wet (like my 'seed raising mixture'), then they just sit there, with no oxygen at the root surface, doing nothing and you are tempted to water them again, because you can't think of an alternative course of action.
    I have fluked it recently, but its a bit of a balancing act.
     
  17.  
    HansBud

    HansBud Well-Known Member

    Had some issues with the camera and phone for a couple days but got it situated

    Ms livers poked her head out on Saturday morning took a little longer than normal so she is on day 5 today and here is a shot of her from yesterday

    I used to put my seedlings under my t5's but have started getting better results from using a mars 300 instead at 20-24" above the seedlings

    IMG_20170321_232308.jpg

    IMG_20170313_203626.jpg
     
  18.  
    TurboTokes

    TurboTokes Well-Known Member

    Interesting that the blurple mars led is showing the shortest main stem, very squat to the soil with little stretch. Mine like most posted are stretching quite a bit under mH lighting at about 16" away

    In my soil vs coco side by side, im surprised to see the soil seed twice as big as its coco neighbour
     

    Attached Files:

  19.  
    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    Not much to show. Still building roots.
    0323172141d_Burst01.jpg
     
  20.  
    Gaz29

    Gaz29 Well-Known Member

    Only in 3" pot.. will re-pot in about a week.. IMG_2554.JPG Here's the other one I popped !
    Plus the 1st SL is a week old today.. still building roots in ten litter pot. Happy growing
    Gaz
     

    Attached Files:

Share This Page