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Old 08-26-2017, 10:15 PM #1
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revegging ec with coco?

Hey guys, im about to chop down some Sour Bubble plants I have in a 5x5, im trying to save the best one I got out of this bunch, so thjis will be my first time attempting a reveg. Theres a big thread on here that I went though, but not a lot of specifics on ec guidelines, especially for coco.

I let the lower flowers grow out and will keep them on the plant after I chop the tops, I read to cut back the rootball as well. I'm going repot it into a 1.75g coco pot.

People say its easy to burn them in this stage, so for those of you with experience, can you please post some ec guidelines for this process? I was thinking of starting them at .3ec until I see new growth then slowly building up, using a 4ft t5 setup on a 20/4 cycle.

Feel free to throw in any other reveg advice you have, since i have literally no experience, thanks a bunch.

Heres some pics of the flowers, hopefully I can post an updated post chop shot too.
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i feed em my usual veg nutes, but they won't be drinking much till they start spitting out leaves.
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Hey guys, im about to chop down some Sour Bubble plants I have in a 5x5, im trying to save the best one I got out of this bunch, so thjis will be my first time attempting a reveg. Theres a big thread on here that I went though, but not a lot of specifics on ec guidelines, especially for coco.

I let the lower flowers grow out and will keep them on the plant after I chop the tops, I read to cut back the rootball as well. I'm going repot it into a 1.75g coco pot.

People say its easy to burn them in this stage, so for those of you with experience, can you please post some ec guidelines for this process? I was thinking of starting them at .3ec until I see new growth then slowly building up, using a 4ft t5 setup on a 20/4 cycle.

Feel free to throw in any other reveg advice you have, since i have literally no experience, thanks a bunch.

Heres some pics of the flowers, hopefully I can post an updated post chop shot too.
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i can see why you want to reveg her. what beautiful flowers.
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Old 08-28-2017, 05:57 AM #5
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Well, I chopped them down, I kept 3 plants total, I took them from the 3 gallon pots and cut the bottoms of the root zone off a couple inches, then cut them into squares to fit into the 1.75g pots and filled them with fresh coco. Feeding them at .3ec H&G nutes, under the t5's at 20/4. We will all see what happens i suppose haha. ill update again when I see some growth or shit goes bad, haha.

And thanks goat, the bubble sure does make pretty flowers, I had 10 females, 6 of them made amazing buds, that plant being the biggest for sure. The other 4 barely flowered, all leaf no yield. Thats genetics for you. Thanks again.
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Have they started showing new growth coming through? I have just finished a Pineapple Chunk run and have also repotted 3 for the purpose of running them through to see what the seeded girls do second round vs clones.
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I switch to veg nute at about full strength. I also leave as much fan leaves as I can instead of just lower buds. Plant wont drink as fast like mentioned. I run 18/6 light schedule. Always works fine. I never messed with rootball or planted up pot.
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Reveg BlueDreeam

Recent harvest of Bluedream prompted me to want to save the plant.
Got an average of 13.5 oz from the Boston bag plants each. Watering w/Jacks 321 that I use for the 2 Ninija Fruit in background.
What I see you have will reveg w/no problem. Place under light and water.
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