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Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by theflowerman.dc, Nov 13, 2017.

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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    Yes I usually dont bother them, just look at them and water them once a day,
    Thats all,
    Except that they are unbothered,

    If i flip them by 20 that give me 70 days ,
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    Update,

    They are in 1 gallon pots i think, i got lied to,

    The hydro shop dude told me they were 3g, but they are 1 gallon pots i think so,

    Does 1g and 3g pot would make a difference?
    I transplanted these into these Thursday, thinking they are 3 g pots,

    They are not even in flower yet and roots are coming out from the bottom,

    So if i transplanted them into 3 g tomorrow night would it make a diff in yeild?
     

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    Arkitecht

    Arkitecht Well-Known Member


    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    So if you guys recommend that it is worth changing them to 3 or 5 gallon pots i can transplant them,

    Will it make a difference in yeild?
     
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    coreywebster

    coreywebster Well-Known Member

    Transplant them now.

    Bigger root system will always increase chance of bigger yield although they would of benefitted more had you done it weeks ago.
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    i just picked up 5 gallon pots,

    so they are in 2 gallon pots. does anyone know how many bags of soil will i need?
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    do the coco. a 10lb brick of coco fills 3 7 gallon pots.
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member


    i can't now, they are already in soil,, maybe my next batch, i would do coco,

    but isn't coco complicated? you have to feed them everyday?
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    so i have 21 pots that are 5 gallon,

    they are already in 2 gallon pots, so maybe additional 2-3 gallon per pot,

    so roughly 40-50 gallon soil. so how many bags would i need? i use god of nectar #4
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    you can get away with coco feeding twice a week. I feed twice a day because I am using the coco more as a hydro, but u can use it the same as soil.

    The benefit of coco is that you know EXACTLY what the plant is getting as far as ph, nutrients, etc. If you ever screw up and see your babies burning or something you can just flush with 2-3 gallons of RO or distilled water, and restart from scratch a day or two later. In soil you just add water and cross your fingers.

    I water twice a day, correcting the nutrients in the soil everytime by watering 2x what the soil can hold with fresh correct PH daily and exactly the nutrients the leaves are telling me she needs.
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    My question to every one is, should i take the big fan leaves off?? They are bigger then my hand!!! And covering the whole plant,

    What do you recommend?
    They were popped on 18 October, and i plan to put then to flower on 20th November which is in couple days,

    I will be transplanting them to 5 gallon pots tomorrow too
     

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    Kerovan

    Kerovan Well-Known Member

    You are going to get lots of different replies. My opinion is that you should leave those leaves on the plant. They are providing a lot of energy to the plant to help it grow. A lot more energy is being provided by those giant leaves than could be supplied by the tiny leaves that would be uncovered by removing them.
     
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    theflowerman.dc

    theflowerman.dc Active Member

    Thats what i thought too, but alot of people say it doesnt hurt removing them too so idk what to doo looking at i am plan on putting them to flower next week
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Thanks brother appreciate it
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Yes I would transplant asap
    I veg in party cups until roots are circling the bottom then they go into tall 3 gallon buckets to finish veg and flower
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Actually that's what I do
    I use soil in party cups
    Then when whey get rootbount I use coco or perlite when I repot
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Yes I would leave all leaves
    Maybe trim 1 budsite at the lowest of the plant that way the upper buds will get a little bigger
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Candyland
    It's cookies and gdp crossed
    47 plants I think
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Don't listen to that guy
     
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    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    I think if he flowers for 65 days or 9 weeks about he will be golden
    I always chop at 9 weeks
    I start flushing at week 8 then chop at 65 days
     

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