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Old 07-17-2018, 08:13 PM #1
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First Indoor Grow 9 Strains

Hi everyone!

This is my first grow in over ten years.

I've been lurking on these forums for the last 15 and finally decided to contribute.

After asking 5LeggedGoat (@The_Nug_Whisperer) and @TwoToneWilly every question on Instagram I had to pull the trigger.

Be sure to give them a follow on IG.
Definitely some of the friendliest people on there.

I started off with 35 seeds (I think) and ended up with 28 plants.
There is no blame on the breeders for this, I'm sure this way my fault.

The listing is below:

Inhouse Genetics: 5 Platinum Scout v2 FEM - (Forum Cookies x A9 Permafrost x UW Hashplant)
Inhouse Genetics: 3 Jelly Breath FEM (Mendo Breath x Dosidos)
Inhouse Genetics: 2 Sophies Breath x Purple Punch FEM
Duke Diamond's Vault: 4 Princess X SSGH (Grail C99 x Super Silver Haze)
Bodhi: 4 Roadkill Unicorn (purple unicorn x snow lotus f2 x snow lotus)
Bodhi: 3 Sunshine Day Dream (Bubbashine (Bubba Kush and Blue Moonshine) x Appalachia (green crack x jj’s tres dawg))
Bodhi: 3 Soar (Colombian Red x Old Mother Ghani)
707 Seed bank: 3 Cat Piss
Thug Pug Genetics: 1 Meat Breath (Meatloaf x Mendobreath)

I am using the soil mix from blazeoneup.
Next round I will try HammerHead's as well.

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=95395&page=61
https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=228020&page=3

I will be only be using Dragon Fly Earth Medicine nutrients.

All of this is for personal use but the goal is 24 oz.

Started them under two (125 watt) compact flourescents.
Ordered three but a bulb was broke on the way here.

They are currently under a 600 watt hps.
This is day ten for them.

Hope you enjoy the show!

PS - Will add pictures when I figure it out lol.

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Old 07-17-2018, 09:49 PM #2
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And some pictures...

The tent is a 10' x 10' x 6'.

The plants were germinated 13 days ago.
Put in cups 11 days ago.
They have only been above the soil for 8 days.

Will most likely do a scrog (without topping the center cola).
Plan on vegging for 4 - 5 weeks.

This 600 watt hps will be replaced with a Gavita 750 soon.
I will be using two for flowering.
This should cover a 3 x 8 pretty decent.
Possibly a 4 x 8.

All criticism welcome.

They will be going into 3 gallon smart pots in a week or two.

More pics in a week!





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Old 07-18-2018, 12:16 AM #3
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Old 07-18-2018, 12:43 AM #4
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Lets Try Adding The Images One More Time... :)

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Old 07-23-2018, 07:33 PM #5
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Day 14 above soil

There may be a little confusion from the previous posts.

Hopefully this clarifies them.

The Inhouse Genetics JellyBreath's are FEM S1. I've heard numerous breeders say S1's are generally not the same quality as the parent. However NSpecta from CSI Humboldt / Pirates of The Triangle disagrees and gave numerous examples on the Pot Cast. Hopefully he is correct. If not, that's ok. I have Jelly Sickle and Jelly Sorbet for next round!

These pics are from day 14 above soil. They will be vegged for three more weeks and put in the 3 gallon smart pots in the next week or so. I was wanting to use 5 gallon but after reading a couple hundred post on the topic, I was convinced 3 gallon was enough.

I will start making the SCROG screen in a week or two. I will also post the tutorial I use in case anyone else needs a reference.

The plants look good so far. The Sunshine Daydream and Platinum Scout v2 are currently the largest.

I will post again in a week or so. Until then I will just be...

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Old 07-31-2018, 08:13 PM #6
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Day 22 above soil

The plants have been removed from the small Solo cups into 3 gallon smart pots.

Mixing 81 gallons of soil was a real pain in the ass.

I like the cups completely dry when transplanting.
However, I waited a day too long (and without watering) the plants took a beating.

Some plants were wilting really, really, really bad.
This definitely stunted their growth for a few days but it looks like they've turned around for the better in the last 72 hours.

They're currently under 1425 watts.
600 watt hps and 825 watts from the Gavita.

Unfortunately, I think they need another three weeks of vegging.
I'm still getting the room worked out.

The 600 watt hps will be replaced with another Gavita soon.
Lots of small issues that will get fixed over time.











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Day 29 above soil

Huge changes in a week.

The plants being in their three gallon smart pots with the great soil recipe by blazeoneup has them growing very fast.

Thanks for posting the recipe.

They haven't been fed anything except for water.
I will keep them in veg for two more weeks.

At this time, I will be putting up a scrog net.
It will be mainly used for keeping an even canopy.

It will also be used as a guide when trimming the bottom of the plant to prevent any scraggly buds from forming.

All energy will hopefully be going to the tops.

In week 6, I will start using the Dragon Fly Earth Medicine line.

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There may be a little confusion from the previous posts.

Hopefully this clarifies them.

The Inhouse Genetics JellyBreath's are FEM S1. I've heard numerous breeders say S1's are generally not the same quality as the parent. However NSpecta from CSI Humboldt / Pirates of The Triangle disagrees and gave numerous examples on the Pot Cast. Hopefully he is correct. If not, that's ok. I have Jelly Sickle and Jelly Sorbet for next round!

These pics are from day 14 above soil. They will be vegged for three more weeks and put in the 3 gallon smart pots in the next week or so. I was wanting to use 5 gallon but after reading a couple hundred post on the topic, I was convinced 3 gallon was enough.

I will start making the SCROG screen in a week or two. I will also post the tutorial I use in case anyone else needs a reference.

The plants look good so far. The Sunshine Daydream and Platinum Scout v2 are currently the largest.

I will post again in a week or so. Until then I will just be...

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The bigger the pot the better

And I personally wouldn’t attempt to veg plants in a 2 gal (or whatever those are) for 6-7 weeks. That’s just in my opinion if you attempt that that will be root bound and suffer

I would veg 1-2 more weeks in what you have them in then transplant to fives, and then veg two more weeks then flower.


Sorry I misunderstood what you meant at first. You are going to transplant in a week and then veg 2 more weeks? If that’s the case I would use the fives and stick to the plan you chose
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3 gallon pots, not 2 gallon.

I think you may have mis-read.
The smart pots are 3 gallons, not 2.

I will veg them for two more weeks and put them into flower.
They will stay in the 3 gallon pots.

The only thing that will change is a scrog net will be added right before changing the light cycle.

This would be a total of 6 weeks from seed.
The first 2 ½ weeks they were in the solo cups.

Hopefully they have enough space.
If not, I will adjust in the future.

Fingers crossed and god speed!

Thanks for reading the journal and input!

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