Hempy Bucket Feeding Schedule

My 4 Hempy's at 57 flower, chop scheduled for 61 flower. This is two pheon clones (two plants for each pheno) from an original seed grow. I will regrow 4 plants of the best pheno. I have 4 clones of each pheno waiting in the staging tent.
Round, Firm and Fully Packed Very nice. Please keep us posted. TY
 
My 4 Hempy's at 57 flower, chop scheduled for 61 flower. This is two pheon clones (two plants for each pheno) from an original seed grow. I will regrow 4 plants of the best pheno. I have 4 clones of each pheno waiting in the staging tent.
Impressive. Are the middle buds as dense as the tops or is there an appreciable drop off? TIA
 

itsgoodtobeking

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The density is consistent throughout with the only drop off being size. Here are photos of my other two hempy grows. First two photos are Chocolate Mimosa at 25 veg. I will do the pre-flip defoliation and last minute LST to balance canopy height tomorrow night before feeding then flip to 12/12 three days after that. On the first or second day after flip I take cuttings, since these are CM#1 (3rd generation clone) I will take 8 cuttings just to be safe.
The second set of photos is Blue Dream #1 (3rd generation clone) at 18 days flower. Amazing pheno with 25-27% THC.
I like to stay busy and my garden has been a lovely addition to my retirement. :bigjoint:
 

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I hope to do near as well as you. Since the flip, they’re filling in vigorously. Running 1200 ppm I feel we could feed more but I’m so happy with growth, what ppm are you feeding TIAC5737052-96D4-45BA-8F8D-E66D1655A2E6.jpegDay 11 of Flower.
 

itsgoodtobeking

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The CM veg is 680 and that doesn't change from the time I transplant until I flip to 12/12. BD is at its highest now during week three because I'm still feeding silica, PPM 1125/35. Fourth (no more Silica from here on) and Fifth weeks will drop down to 1080/90 even with the increase in phosphorus, potassium and week five elimination of nitrogen. Don't rely too heavily on a barren PPM numbers, what is important is how the plants are reacting to what you're feeding them. I share beefninja97's observation, your girls look hungry. New growth will be the lightest green with deeper greens on the aging foliage. That's the best way to evaluate what and how much you need to feed them. And, of course, following, within reason, your nutrient manufacturer's feeding chart. What nutrient brand are you using?
 
The CM veg is 680 and that doesn't change from the time I transplant until I flip to 12/12. BD is at its highest now during week three because I'm still feeding silica, PPM 1125/35. Fourth (no more Silica from here on) and Fifth weeks will drop down to 1080/90 even with the increase in phosphorus, potassium and week five elimination of nitrogen. Don't rely too heavily on a barren PPM numbers, what is important is how the plants are reacting to what you're feeding them. I share beefninja97's observation, your girls look hungry. New growth will be the lightest green with deeper greens on the aging foliage. That's the best way to evaluate what and how much you need to feed them. And, of course, following, within reason, your nutrient manufacturer's feeding chart. What nutrient brand are you using?
I’m using Masterblend @2.5 2.5 1.25 Gms per gallon. (couldn’t get to my Jacks.) MB is doing nicely. added Food Grade DE to the CoCo to supply silica. Here’s how their stalks grew. The Runt on the left is the thickest. The color is not how they look in person.
 

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