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Old 06-11-2020, 09:59 PM #11
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Here's a little update at 2-weeks into the flowering cycle. I've pinched and bent the tops over to help promote lateral branching and reduce overall height. I also finally got my drip system hooked up this week, so dripping them 3 times during lights on for 6-minute drips each time. I may need to increase the duration slightly or add an additional interval as the plants start sucking up more nutes, but they seem real happy right now.

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Old 06-15-2020, 12:53 AM #12
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I still have the males going outside in my greenhouse. I might be asking for trouble (aka seeds) later this summer, when I flower in the space, but outdoor buds are always just extra for me, as most everything I smoke is indoor weed.

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At 3 weeks flowering (13on/11off) plus far red treatment, looking real good to me. So glad I switched back to my old ways of drip feeding a coco/perlite mix. Plants are super healthy and vigorous. I've been "supercropping" them the past week or so to try to keep the canopy even.

Running the new MaxiCrop at 750ppm, plus 100ppm calmag, plus 100ppm super bloom.





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At 3 weeks flowering (13on/11off) plus far red treatment, looking real good to me. So glad I switched back to my old ways of drip feeding a coco/perlite mix. Plants are super healthy and vigorous. I've been "supercropping" them the past week or so to try to keep the canopy even.

Running the new MaxiCrop at 750ppm, plus 100ppm calmag, plus 100ppm super bloom.

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Looking very well nice work
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plants look good. keep up the nice work.
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Old 06-26-2020, 09:05 AM #16
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just hitting week 4 flowering now, 28 days @ 13on/11off w/far red EOD treatment. Everything's looking healthy. The buds are starting to set up for what look might be some real spears. Trics are starting to come in now, and the smell is coming in too. Definitely a sweet citrus and grapefruit aroma present already.





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Extremely happy looking plants - great work!
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Thanks guys! I'm starting the UV treatment beginning this week. I have a 2-foot Agromax PureUV T5 lamp hung up high at the top of the tent, and right now it's set for just 10-minutes on per light cycle. It might not sound like a lot, but these lamps put out a lot more UV than you might think. I'll be increasing the UV interval little by little as the flowering cycle progresses, up to a max of 60-minutes per light cycle.

Also, I'm starting to back off on the far red (730nm). Only running at start and end of day now (so that I can continue the 13on/11off flowering cycle), but keeping it off during the rest of lights on, to avoid excessive stretch.
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Here we are at 5-weeks (35 days, for those bad at math) flowering cycle. Everything's moving along well. I got the tiniest bit of tip burn on some of the leaves, so have backed off the EC slightly to around 1.8 EC.









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