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Old 04-11-2007, 04:34 PM #11
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hell yeah man...I'm excited. Kicking everyone outta the front row and pulling up the recliner for this one.

Liking everything I'm seeing so far cept the epsom salts, I had trouble with using epsom, then again I had so many problems maybe that wasn't it at all. My gut says you'd do better with cal/mag+ from my experience, which is also N based and gives em that extra N kick MrMo was talking about.

H3AD.....I need H3AD!!!!!!
Well, I had considered the cal-mag... but with my formulation, the only elements that really needed modified were the Mg and the S... So I broke out the handy nute calculator from the cannastats site, and figured out exactly how much Magnesium Sulfate(epsom) to add...

Also with the mix I'm using, I think additional Ca would only cause me problems...

Thanks for all the great input guys... I hope to give ya's a helluva show...
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Old 04-11-2007, 04:34 PM #12
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Our OE is flipping HUGE! ... hoping to get a full shot for ya soon!



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Thanks all...
Thanks, It's always nice seeing your OE. Thanks again for posting the pictures and keeping that girl around. BOY, it's been along time for sure. Can't wait to see more. Good luck with the coco, but it sounds like you got everything under control over there. Nothing but the best for the Head family.
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how are these girls being fed? handwatered?
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Old 04-11-2007, 04:38 PM #14
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Yup,ya cant deny the benefits of Coco.From all I have been readin on it's just plain foolish to use anything else!
I am definately makin the switch but it takes a little time,Have you guys seen the plant size in coco compared to pot size,WOW!!These cats are flowerin in less than a gal!!Huge bushes.
Agreed, coco is a fine medium. Although, plant size is all about root size, and you can't squeeze more roots into a pot full of coco than the same pot full of high quality soil.
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Thanks, It's always nice seeing your OE. Thanks again for posting the pictures and keeping that girl around. BOY, it's been along time for sure. Can't wait to see more. Good luck with the coco, but it sounds like you got everything under control over there. Nothing but the best for the Head family.
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That OE cut will be around a long time to come... Killer smoke and an awesome breeding parent, what more can ya ask for...

On a side note... I also have two more new OE ladies from seed, and a killer looking male I'm gonna test cross to the ECSD cut....
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Agreed, coco is a fine medium. Although, plant size is all about root size, and you can't squeeze more roots into a pot full of coco than the same pot full of high quality soil.
I have to humbly disagree on that point... Evidence seems to show larger yield per container size in coco.... Sure it is partially about rootmass size, but it is equally about how eficiently the roots can utilize the space they are filling....

Roots LOVE coco....
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how are these girls being fed? handwatered?
Yes, handwatered from the top...
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Damn brother and sister those look better than ever!!!! coco seems to be your thingy friends, looks grrrrreat!!!!!
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Agreed, coco is a fine medium. Although, plant size is all about root size, and you can't squeeze more roots into a pot full of coco than the same pot full of high quality soil.
43 inches top to bottom in 34 oz. of coco. Vegg'd and now in flower in same container for over 3 months.
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