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Old 02-13-2018, 03:47 PM #51
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Plants seem happy folks; they are lovely to watch. I'm hoping to be able to get a few cuts off them when they really start to explode. They've already put on a significant amount of size just since flipping the lights. I'm excited to see what they have in store in the coming weeks.

Put them under the T5s for photos. Then they're back under the HPS.

Strain: Purple Haze x Honduras
Grow Medium: 70% Coco 30% Perlite
Nutrients: 1/4 Strength
PPM: 320
EC: 0.6
PH: 5.8
PH Runoff:
5.9 Water: Tap PH'd
Lighting: 600W HPS
Temperature: 22C/72F

Status: 11/13 Day 5






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Old 02-13-2018, 03:49 PM #52
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More room in their new home after two larger males were removed.

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Nice job training those plants they are going to produce big time hats off to you my friend.
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Nice job training those plants they are going to produce big time hats off to you my friend.
Thanks! I’m excited to watch them develop. Going back and looking at their pre-flip size they’ve definitely stretched significantly. I’m sure that’ll continue for quite some time. Glad I didn’t veg them to long! I bet they’ll still be growing when the 7-8 week hybrids finish up in the same tent!
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Hi Kaskadian,

Thanks for the updates. Looks like everything is under control
Yes, they are going to stretch a lot, plan it properly and don't delay the flowering too much to avoid too large plants that could be problematic to illuminate them properly under the lamps.
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Thanks for the updates. Looks like everything is under control
Yes, they are going to stretch a lot, plan it properly and don't delay the flowering too much to avoid too large plants that could be problematic to illuminate them properly under the lamps.
Thanks Dubi!


I’m hoping everything will be okay. They were put under 11/13 just under a week ago. Tomorrow night makes a full 7 days since they were flipped.

The smallest have gone from approximately 12cm to 20cm and the largest and stretchiest is already over 30cm... so they’ve all basically doubled their size or better in less than a week. I’m glad I didn’t wait any longer to get them into flower.

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I’m hoping everything will be okay. They’ve were put under 11/13 just under a week ago. Tomorrow night makes a full 7 days since they were flipped.

The smallest have gone from approximately 12cm to 20cm and the largest and stretchiest is already over 30cm... so they’ve all basically doubled their size or better in less than a week. I’m glad I didn’t wait any longer to get them into flower.
Lookin' good Kaskadian. Remember not too much N also to control stretch. I messed this part up with the Hazes
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Thanks brother! I’m enjoying the show so far.

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Thanks for the reminder, it’s seriously good advice! They’re on full flower nutrients now which still has N but in very low levels. PK levels are moderate but the plants are still only being fed a daily dose at 1/4 strength.

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Strain: Purple Haze x Honduras
Grow Medium: 70% Coco 30% Perlite
Nutrients: 1/4 Strength
PPM: 320
EC: 0.6
PH: 5.8
PH Runoff:
5.9 Water: Tap PH'd
Lighting: 600W HPS
Temperature: 25C/77F

Status: 11/13 Day 10

All seems to be going well. I took a few cuttings from the bottom of the plants. Not gonna be taking anything else off these plants for the duration of the grow. Still stretching away like crazy!




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