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Old 05-27-2016, 11:34 PM #1
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Grape Lazerlite 2016

Coco, Cocos A+B nutrients plus calmag and sns50 as needed.

1 gallon fabric pots, handwatering a couple of times a day.

I tied her two main stems down a couple of weeks ago and she's been concentrating her growth on the newly exposed shoots.

She's been under my new handmade led fixture for a few weeks. She's still getting used to it. A couple of the other plants in the tent love the LED, this one and others I'm alternating between the LED and CFLs.

The LED panel is roughly equivalent to a 300w hps. LEDs are four Cree cxb3590 36v 3500k.

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new growth. about 1.5" taller on the smaller stems from last time:



I will defoliate her a bit this weekend, I believe fab recommended that.

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Old 06-13-2016, 08:48 AM #2
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any updates woolybear?
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How are we doing Wooly?
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Old 06-21-2016, 04:07 AM #4
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Hi Guys,

Turns out the LEDs were a wee bit too much for the plants, so she's been put under the low intensity lights again. She's about fully recuperated, new growth looks great.

I'm removed the wiring tying the branches down so that she can go free. I'd like to veg her a bit longer as I bet that she will not stretch when I put her back under the leds.

Fab, I seem to recall you had a pruning/defoliation strategy for these?

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Fab I seem to recall you recommend
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Looking good wooly. I would just veg her a bit more then flower her when you feel like it.
Unless you think the leaves are blocking bud sites I would leave her alone.
I don't have any hard rules about defoliation. I just look at the plant and in my head I calculate how much green material it needs to be healthy. If its branches have healthy fans then I usualy remove most along the main stem. Removing the big fans inflowering is a good way to control height and excess nitrogen later on in flowering.
You can almost consider it a part of the flushing process.
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awesome!

The girl is doing great, new leaf growth is lovely. No nute burn, though she did need some cal mag.

edit: I'm running my homemade leds int he flower tent and its going pretty good so far. About to chop a couple of plants, I'll report with a verdict.
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We've got bush!
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awesome, good to hear!!
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Lets see some pics of your Woolybush! She has to be a monster by now.
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