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Old 06-22-2017, 03:08 PM #1
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Purple Wookie SCROG in Coco w/ Drip Rings

What's up ICMag fam. This is my first entry here so feel free to ask me anything and guide me along as well.

This will be my 2nd run of this beautiful, delicious strain from Bodhi: Purple Wookie. It's a [Purple Unicorn x Wookie] and purples from the inside out-- something I've never seen in any strain and produces some really frosty, terpy buds with great bag appeal. The only category it doesn't seem to excel at is bud mass (I've done side-by-sides with other strains), but it makes up for it and is well worth running for some nice head smoke.

I'll be running 600w in a 2x4 tent. Hand watering for now but it'll get scrogged and put on drip rings in another week or two.

Here's what I'm currently feeding:
  • 12ml/gal Canna Coco A+B
  • 1ml/gal HG Root Excelurator (mostly used during end of veg and first week or two of flower)
  • 1ml/gal HG Drip Clean
And some money shots. We're at 5 or 6 days today. I'll post some closeups once I start seeing some nice pistils (and also with the bulb off so you guys can see some color ):






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Going to pull up a chair in the front row.

Looking good.

Do you put clay balls at the bottom as well or just the top?

What size pots are those? Is that the final containers as well?

How many times a day are you planning on feeding them, and do you feed till runoff or you going with no runoff cause I see you got the drip clean.

Good luck!
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Going to pull up a chair in the front row.

Looking good.

Do you put clay balls at the bottom as well or just the top?

What size pots are those? Is that the final containers as well?

How many times a day are you planning on feeding them, and do you feed till runoff or you going with no runoff cause I see you got the drip clean.

Good luck!
Hey man. Thanks for checking it out.

I put a small layer of clay pebbles at the bottom as well.

Not sure on the pot size but somewhere between 1/3-1/2 gallon and they're happy in those all through flower.

By mid flower they'll be getting watered every 8 hours or so with just a little runoff each watering.
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I love that Purple Wookie. I grew three plants outside last summer. I had quite a good yield outside in the sun.







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Old 06-29-2017, 04:12 AM #6
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We're at about 18 days. Scrogged the tent today (this is my first time; don't make fun!)




Also took some cuts of what I'll be running next: Goji OG:


And last but not least, some fire pressed drysift I made from my first Purple Wookie harvest:

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I'm problys askn a silly queston but why them leaves cut at ends I'm still lurning so please excuse me
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I'm problys askn a silly queston but why them leaves cut at ends I'm still lurning so please excuse me
In the clone tray? Tipping clones leaves does primarily a couple of things:
  • it reduces "leaf-crowding" when you have a bunch of clones packed together tightly, allowing them all to get some more light
  • it promotes rooting instead of leaf growth (I have no scientific evidence/reasoning on this one; just the way I learned and how many pros explain it)
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I do the same thing when taking cuts - cut the bigger leaves at about 30-50 %

Was just showing a buddy of mine this trick. I think it helps them root quicker and like you said it reduces crowding if you have a lot of clones.
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