one light one plant one pound....

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by horribleherk, Sep 30, 2016.

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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    the weekend is upon us , she has about 3 weeks left oddly enough she is still feeding heavily in about a week I'm gonna hit her with a ripening schedule as she winds down IMG_4825.JPG IMG_4826.JPG
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    the frost has arrived IMG_4852.JPG
     
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    horribleherk

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    she is right on schedule the second round generally goes smoother and this one is right on schedule IMG_4895.JPG IMG_4896.JPG IMG_4898.JPG
     
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    pinner420

    pinner420 Well-Known Member

    On point.... Rockn....
     
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    Haze the maze

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    Haze the maze

    Haze the maze Well-Known Member

    Man, you are getting some great buds there Herk.
    I'm super jealous. They seem to get thicker every day.
    I'll be starting a new journal soon and I'm hoping to get some results like yours happening again soon.
     
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    horribleherk

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    I usually do better on the second of round from clone just gives me a better idea of what to expect IMG_4913.JPG
     
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    Zero_OS

    Zero_OS Well-Known Member

    Just call me Pavlov's dog...
     
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    Haze the maze

    Haze the maze Well-Known Member

    how many watts for this grow?
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    340w. of cob led IMG_4949.JPG IMG_4954.JPG IMG_4955.JPG
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    way back when I started this thread the 1 lb. was kind of a pipe dream & if I achieve that remains to be seen but more important than that is to keep improving each round IMG_4962.JPG IMG_4965.JPG
     
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    Cannadab1s

    Cannadab1s Well-Known Member

    How much dry weight are you pulling off that setup?
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    the first run was 8 oz. not counting popcorn this is my second round hoping to do better & the clone for the next round is under the t5s
     
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    horribleherk

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    I cut the nutrients in half while she is finishing everything is in place & this is looking like my best to date with this combination I'm not making any major changes for my next round with the exception of upping my smart pot size from a 3 to a 4 gallon capacity IMG_4983.JPG IMG_4989.JPG IMG_4998.JPG
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Spectacular! You have come a long way from the poor sick plant.

    All you need now is a better camera to capture the beauty :)
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    thanks how's things going over in your neck of the woods? spring is almost upon us & I sat a couple tomato plants out yesterday gotta cover them at night though
     
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    Haze the maze

    Haze the maze Well-Known Member

    Bigger pot...
    Bigger pot!:weed:
     
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    Stipulus

    Stipulus Active Member

    I have read the whole thread and finally you have something worth while on your hands! I say it's not all about the nutrients but about the strain! I am totally subbed to see what you get off this. One thing I have noticed about your grows that may impact your yield is that you dont seem to defoliate the bottom of your plants too much or thin out the tops, maybe I have missed something. I have been very frustrated at the size of your colas so far! These bad boys look great though! I try to grow one tent with a few different strains, then I pick out the best and easiest to grow. I have found Great white shark, critical impact, anything Kush or critical and Super skunk very productive. I find if you get newer unstable strains you end up with a lot of duds.
     
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    Stipulus

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    Stipulus

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    See how much bud meat there is on the OG Kush at the top...notice I had taken a lot of the shade leaves away. I did this over 4 weeks. Not all at once, You see the super skunk just above, by the time that was done there was barely a shade leaf left, it looked like the Kush and the buds form one long solid juicy Kola! A plant forms better, denser and fatter Kolas if you shred off all the crap underneath. You get better light penetration and air circulation. I have learnt this through trial and error. Oh and not too much nutrients...yeild is 90% climate and light.
     

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