Loud pack give me all of that

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by Bunnybrew, Jan 25, 2018.

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    SSGrower

    SSGrower Well-Known Member

    That is similar to what my plan was for it.

    If you don't mind answering a few more basic questions...
    Do you water/feed until runoff?
    If yes to runoff, how much?
    Do you have a plan in place for how many days between feedings? I was planning on starting at week 3 then going every 3rd watering. I'm playing with it in a batch of recycled soil that I intend to keep recycling.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    I do it differently all the time. Usually when im in 5gallon containers I water with minimal runoff maybe 10%. As often as every 2 days in peak uptake and as little as every 4 days in veg. My current flower room im in 30gallon smart pots and FED EVERY WATERING WITH NO RUNOFF. They take 4gallons each every 3 days. I did water to runoff two days ago as im "flushing" for the last two weeks
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    I have done nutrients at recommended strenght on a feed feed water. A feed water feed. And feeding low dose with every watering. All with great results each way
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    I never set a plan in stone. I still depend on picking up my pots to see if they are thirsty and watching growth for signs of burn or deficiency and adjusting accordingly. I always start freestyling and fall into a groove/pattern.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    For instance with these seedlings. I am on 1/4 and will do that every third watering for another weekish then 1/4 every other watering the next week. Then 1/4 every watering. And by then I should be in bloom starting a 1/2 at every 3rd for the first week 1/2 every other watering the second week. Then 3/4 every 3rd watering so on and so forth until max dose around week 4-5+ish. Again depending what the plants have to say about that
     
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    SSGrower

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    Me Neither.

    Prime example-
    When I tried smart pots. I Hated them. Instead of throwing them away, I still have them and one is on the deck right now with some (potentially dead) companion plants. Seeing how a number of individuals are using them with great success I know it was my methodology at fault. Will try them again some day with different approach.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    I cant love fabric pots any more. Its not possible lol. Im so surprised when I hear bad reviews on them. But the big 30's is my only experience with fabric pots and I suspect the big ones giv you much better room for error
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Thriving 20180215_205418.jpg
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    20180215_205551.jpg Tri leaf still kickin it
     
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    Sour Wreck

    Sour Wreck Well-Known Member

    looking strong bongsmilie
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Im letting them stay put for a few more days. Everything lovey 20180216_071048.jpg
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Everything seems a bit make shift at the moment because I am working on a larger and more permanent structure to cultivate in. I was going to just put a few tents up but last minute decided to build something custom. Currently in the design process of that and construction begins this summer but for now here is a behind the scenes look lol :) 20180216_094202.jpg
     
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    BiBMaster23

    BiBMaster23 Well-Known Member

    Wow they are looking good. Can't wait to see what you get in flower!
     
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    SSGrower

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    Bunnybrew

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    Thank you kind sir. Im ecstatic to see what comes out :)
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Mutant is such a harsh term tho... Maybe it's a "evolutionary tester" it does seem to have more surface area early on... Perhaps more photosynthesis as well. What if its nature just gifting this young plant the privilege of being unique for the sake of the future whether it proves beneficial or not?
     
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    BiBMaster23

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    If I ever find a triad I will try breeding it. It's an interesting trait that could be beneficial for main lining and Scrooge grows.
     
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    SSGrower

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    This is why you are groing it out no? 1518807485607975620302.jpg
    Not likely to be photosynthetically superior but its not getting culled.
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Added another tray. Spread them out 20180216_132618.jpg
     
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    Bunnybrew

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    Moving right along. Nitrogen demand is on the rise 20180217_085905.jpg
     
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