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Old 10-07-2017, 10:44 AM #1
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Goats Grows Flood and Drain Coco - Purple Kush/Rainbow Jones

well hello again folks,

starting a new adventure and going to share it with you guys.

space - 4x4
lights 600w mh/hps
method - flood and drain
medium - coco
nutes - jacks 3:2:1

this will be my first time growing with a flood and drain system, so we'll see how things go.

it's been a rocky start, having lost 3/5 rj seeds, neglecting the clones for weeks at a time and getting thrips on everything. that combined with being busy with work and my partner and i both being in and out of town over the past month left things looking really haggard. we got everything out of the 'veg' area, which was really just a propagator with a t5 over it. i wasn't sure the plants would bounce back, but cannabis showed its resilience and after being sprayed a few times and moved into the tent under the mh, everyone is starting to look happy again. all the new growth is coming in looking healthy.

they were transplanted today and the seedlings were given their first real feeding, which was needed as the larger pheno was starting to show what i believe is an early n deficiency. going to give them a few days and then top them. i will also go in and clean up the pk clones as they're still a bit of a mess under the skirts, but i want them to recover from any possible transplant shock before i start hacking away.

group shot. front right is the rj1 and the back middle is the rj2. all of the rest are pk from clone. if you want to see a grow of the pk, check the link in my sig



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Just realized you snuck this thread in on us! What made you switch from your DWC set up ? Seemed like you had it pretty dialed in. Looking forward to see how the coco stacks up to it.
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hey paulie,
i have grown dwc a bunch of runs now and i definitely still enjoy it, but flood and drain is something i've been meaning to try for a while now so going for it this round.

to be honest, it's not even actually functioning properly right now. the stand the table sits in was built from 2x4s, super simple. however, the legs are too short and the reservoir doesn't quite fit under it. stoned math while measuring going to cut some longer ones this weekend and get the pump running. currently the plants are just being lowered into the reservoir once/day to simulate being flooded.

i went in and really cleaned up the pk cuts and started training them outward. the rj seedlings have both been topped and everything is fully recovered from transplant/topping and growing happily.

hopefully we can flip in 3 weeks or so.

i'll have more pictures sometime this weekend i am sure.

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yo goats!

ive seen some great results from the rainbow jones, sadly the one seed i had didnt germ otherwise id be growing her out too!
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I like the Rainbow Jones leaf structure. Whats the lineage on those?
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yo goats!

ive seen some great results from the rainbow jones, sadly the one seed i had didnt germ otherwise id be growing her out too!
newstyle, same here bud! after seeing a few grows i had to give it a go.

i should say, only having 2/5 seeds survive to seedlings is entirely our problem and nothing to do with connoisseur. they all popped and had tails in ~24 hrs (4/5 within 12 hrs). they were just rushed into rockwool and not properly cared for for too long.

excited to see what comes from these two though!
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hey shroom. rainbow jones is gdp x casey jones.

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Oh snap! That thing must yield!!
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here's hoping!

i like the look of the rj2. it took off after topping and the side branching is really strong. it's the bigger of the two now.

the rj1 has a poopy stem rub.

scrog going in soon.

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