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Old 04-03-2019, 06:25 AM #71
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FJ those plants are looking killer man. you'd never know it was your first grow. keep it up bro.
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also, when you go to post pics at the Top Right of the pop up there is a drop down menu next to AS: where you can select 'Original Size' for your pic and they will come out bigger.
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Old 04-15-2019, 03:47 AM #73
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Into the dark with you!!!

Just finishing week 9 and these things are done! Skunk showing amber late last week with lemon and cheese mostly cloudy with a couple amber trichs. Going to let them sit in the dark for a couple days and just chop and hang as is.
Was a fun grow, had some smell issues and really needed to tighten up the ventilation. Learned to watch and respond to the plants needs and not just follow nute schedules. Doing multiple strains with different likes and needs is challenging when automating and running one reservoir.
Have 50 gallons of Coots soil cooking now. Going to try a couple autos outside this summer, see how that goes. My big concern with soil indoors is the bug issue. I’ve avoided bugs these last two runs and would like to keep it that way.


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running several diff. strains in flower can be a pain but once you are using the coots mix the plants can feed at their own rate and the nutrient part of things should get easier.




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