Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by horribleherk, Sep 30, 2016.
Oh really? I seem to notice the most vigorous growth when they are on the hungry side of anything.
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almost flip time I've been using greenleaf bud explosion @ 1/2 gr. per gal. with the gh nutes after the flip last grow it took 14 days to show the first bud signs
Yea ppm means almost nothing to me. I tried following others ppm and only got into trouble. Ppm is a great way to personally measure how hungry they are though! I used to operate under the idea of keeping them full, now I work under the idea of keeping them busy looking for food
For instance even in my current run my small plant for a little n heavy at 800 ppm. I didn’t decrease ppm, I kept ppm at 800 but changed ratio of nutrient to less N because they were still feeding well.
with the gh 3-part nutes I can play with the N levels but with the megacrop it's a single part nutrient & counting cal mag is a total of 2 ingredients that's the direction I'm going with my nutrients
Well keep us updated how it goes
I moved the flip up 2 days so today Jan.13 is flip day for the blackjack
It’s always such an exciting time!
the California light works is now back over the candyland I'll be watching my temps today
Yea now that I know it works, I’m interested to see how many cycle I can get with them.
vegging under the t-5s or something similar while your main grow is finishing can be a big help
thanks haze last grow it took 2 weeks to start budding
I love the way they veg under it though. I do only use one panel until they get big enough.
Temporary home for the clones lol.
the canopy is getting thicker at some point soon I'll thin things a bit
It's early to tell for sure but I seem to be getting more stretch than I did last round everything is identical to my last grow except I'm running a 24"x24" screen instead of 29"x29" in hopes of getting less but larger buds
i Could see that helping with the same veg time. Do you trim out all small branches and new branch growth first couple weeks of flower? That will help it have less spots to devote its energy to bud and will be able to put the same amount of focus on less nodes.
that's pretty much what I do just kinda waiting to see the first bud nubbins & train as I go
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