Growing smelly plants!

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by Bunnybrew, Jan 13, 2018.

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    Bunnybrew

    Bunnybrew Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone. Im so busy I can't keep up with posting and many other things in my life. But im trying to regain order and slow things down a bit. Anyways. My current grow is something new I tried and going really well. I have 3 monstercropped, supercropped, topped and tied down beasts. Each in 30gallon smart pots. 20180109_214024.jpg
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    That last pic is a day or so shy of week 3 of bloom. Im currently 3 days into week 3
     
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    Howard Burn

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    It looks very good, nice and lush.

    How's your humidity in there? I pack em in there just like you, I just make sure I keep air flow going and trim under the canopy a bit.

    Should yield well, under what type of lighting?
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    20180103_182644.jpg
     
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    Bunnybrew

    Bunnybrew Well-Known Member

    Humidity 40-60 usually
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Soon to be replaced 4x8 tent. It has served me very well but is over ten years old
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Let me try and recap some. Lets start once the cuttings rooted and revegged. 20171026_095146.jpg
     
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    SSGrower

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    Seemed like me being in the area increased co2 more than those bags. I stoped useng them, theyre great for the compost pile once theyre done. My .02 looking good.
     
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    Bunnybrew

    Bunnybrew Well-Known Member

    I don't monitor co2 levels. The exhale was for shits and gigs. I have a co2 tank that I have not used this round.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    I got tired of filling it every week.
     
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    SSGrower

    SSGrower Well-Known Member

    Sold mine on cl. :bigjoint:
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Once I picked my best 3 clones I fired up a single 600watt hps and tossed them under it in 5gallon bags. I also snapped them bitches over to start getting them spread out
     
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    ANC

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    Young plants tend to smell when they are stressed. You are in flower though, so the smell is expected. It gets worse towards the last 3 weeks or so.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Where did that come from...
     
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    Howard Burn

    Howard Burn Well-Known Member

    ... I am wondering the same

    Good advice either way lol
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Why am I having ao much trouble uploading pics! Geez this always is a problem for me
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Your title said you grew smelly plants.

    Second image of party cups didn't show.
    P.S. your plants are too big for those, you will get root shock on transplant because all your roots are on the outside against the cup by now.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Lol. Im no good at title names. Just through a silly name out there. I do implement a carbon filter during all stages of growth but yes its most needed during reproduction
     
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    Howard Burn

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    Would you recommend putting them into a 1 gallon and letting them fill out that pot first, then transplant to final size?
     
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    ANC

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    Yes, when the leaves get to the side of the pot, it is time to pot up.

    I would recommend smart pots or perforated bags for the first few sizes to encourage a root ball formed by air pruning.
    It is much denser and spread evenly throughout the pot.
     
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