What’s wrong with her???

gelato23

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First grow bought them as cuttings the 3 at the front are runtz and the 3 at the back are gorilla glue #4.

One of the gorilla glue has weird curled up leaves was just wondering why??
 

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joe9000

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heat stress,raise light or better extraction,if that's your filter on floor you'd be better with it up high to extract hot air from room.
 

saintmetalhead

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Yeah just like Joe said that that filter up, heat rises*. Also more airflow in my honest opinion. what kinda lights are those HPS?
 

gelato23

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It’s a hps 600 watt and I’m just waiting for my rope ratchets to be delivered so I can hang the carbon filter up. Also was wondering, the grow tent has small tears on the inside of the reflective covering, the lights are on and outside the tent is dark I can see loads of light leaks, are threse going to affect my plants during flowering? Also will odour leave the tent through these holes? If I get a second carbon filter would that stop odour escaping.

I raised my light a bit to avoid the heat stress.
 

Herb & Suds

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It’s a hps 600 watt and I’m just waiting for my rope ratchets to be delivered so I can hang the carbon filter up. Also was wondering, the grow tent has small tears on the inside of the reflective covering, the lights are on and outside the tent is dark I can see loads of light leaks, are threse going to affect my plants during flowering? Also will odour leave the tent through these holes? If I get a second carbon filter would that stop odour escaping.

I raised my light a bit to avoid the heat stress.
That is why god made duct tape...Red Greene
 

saintmetalhead

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It’s a hps 600 watt and I’m just waiting for my rope ratchets to be delivered so I can hang the carbon filter up. Also was wondering, the grow tent has small tears on the inside of the reflective covering, the lights are on and outside the tent is dark I can see loads of light leaks, are threse going to affect my plants during flowering? Also will odour leave the tent through these holes? If I get a second carbon filter would that stop odour escaping.

I raised my light a bit to avoid the heat stress.
yeah take care of them with duct tape, or even better the silver TUCK TAPE, and yes if there are light leaks there will be smell escaping for sure.
 

saintmetalhead

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If I got a second carbon filter would that stop air escaping and instead become suction holes?
Possibly but it would require an insane amount of air in a vacuum to create a negative pressure zone inside a grow tent, but I also don't know how that would affect your plants could be bad , could be good , could do nothing at all, i would just use what you have to go on, and seal the holes, but if you added another filter it wouldn't be bad at all, it would stop smell , depends how much air is escaping from your tent
 

gelato23

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Possibly but it would require an insane amount of air in a vacuum to create a negative pressure zone inside a grow tent, but I also don't know how that would affect your plants could be bad , could be good , could do nothing at all, i would just use what you have to go on, and seal the holes, but if you added another filter it wouldn't be bad at all, it would stop smell , depends how much air is escaping from your tent
I need my tent to be totally smell proof I’m in a block of flats where my neighbors have phoned the police on me for just smoking weed. Would could I expect my yield to be? I have two 600 watt hps and I’m using a coco/clay pebble mix with bio grow and I have bio bloom and I was given a sample of some stuff called gen 200, are the bio bizz boosters really neccessary? What ones are the best?
 

saintmetalhead

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nutes are always good to use when needed and backed off when needed. I would honestly test it out, every plant reacts to nutes differently

It's fairly hard to guess what you will get but the rule of thumb is around a 1:1 ratio. This formula allows you to calculate your yield relative to your total light power. To calculate, simply divide your dry weight by your lamp wattage.

Formula: Total dried product weight ÷ Total lamp wattage = Yield per watt of light
For example, if you’re using two 600W lamps (1200W total) and produced 1,020 grams of dry product, your calculation would be 1020g/1200W = 0.85g/W.

This formula allows you to measure your yield relative to your lamp strength and can account for energy efficiency (or inefficiency) for different lighting sources. For example, if you’re using “energy efficient” LEDs that produce low yield, they are not actually efficient.
 

gelato23

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nutes are always good to use when needed and backed off when needed. I would honestly test it out, every plant reacts to nutes differently

It's fairly hard to guess what you will get but the rule of thumb is around a 1:1 ratio. This formula allows you to calculate your yield relative to your total light power. To calculate, simply divide your dry weight by your lamp wattage.

Formula: Total dried product weight ÷ Total lamp wattage = Yield per watt of light
For example, if you’re using two 600W lamps (1200W total) and produced 1,020 grams of dry product, your calculation would be 1020g/1200W = 0.85g/W.

This formula allows you to measure your yield relative to your lamp strength and can account for energy efficiency (or inefficiency) for different lighting sources. For example, if you’re using “energy efficient” LEDs that produce low yield, they are not actually efficient.

Okay so I should expect roughly a kilo. Which nutes are best as I’m trying to keep my grow organic?? Do u reccomend bat guano??

About the smell proofing is 2 carbon filters enough to completely kill smell?

Can I harvest, turn off 1 light, put my next set of clones in and start vegging them whilst drying my last crop in the top of the tent by hanging from top bars? Will this reduce bud quality?
 

saintmetalhead

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Yes guano is good, honestly I recommend using what's available to you at a good price, most brands have very similar formulations, i personally just use a compost nute rich mix I make myself I don't buy anything, but you can clone, but be careful going from flower to veg can stress it out, and can eventually lead to hermies but it can be done. 2 carbon filters if sealed properly should cut almost all the smell out. I think you're good there. :D
 

hellmutt bones

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Pit your filter out side of the tent and push the hot air through creating negative air pressure. Open some of the tents venting in.
 

gelato23

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Yes guano is good, honestly I recommend using what's available to you at a good price, most brands have very similar formulations, i personally just use a compost nute rich mix I make myself I don't buy anything, but you can clone, but be careful going from flower to veg can stress it out, and can eventually lead to hermies but it can be done. 2 carbon filters if sealed properly should cut almost all the smell out. I think you're good there. :D
No I meant when I harvest dry it in the tent and at the same time see my guy for some more cuttings. Was wondering if the light will affect the buds drying in the tent. Also I’ve attached a pic of the light leaks I was talkin about and I’ve added another fan in the room to help air circulation a bit.
 

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saintmetalhead

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No I meant when I harvest dry it in the tent and at the same time see my guy for some more cuttings. Was wondering if the light will affect the buds drying in the tent. Also I’ve attached a pic of the light leaks I was talkin about and I’ve added another fan in the room to help air circulation a bit.
Cover those light leaks with tape, easy pee zee, but I wouldn't be drying and growing in the same tent, the light itself does degrade thc small amount of light exposure isn't horrible but a lot will hurt your nugs, I always dry in a dark warm room with lots of airflows. It might not be a lot of degradation but I don't take chances when I grow cannabis, well not crazy ones anyway.
 
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