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Old 11-23-2018, 06:24 PM #11
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Subbed. Great looking ladies. love to see nice trees, especially vert style. Have you been doing vert for long? i've only ran horizontal, wondering what the learning curve is like
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Subbed. Great looking ladies. love to see nice trees, especially vert style. Have you been doing vert for long? i've only ran horizontal, wondering what the learning curve is like
Been doing vert for a while, it's easier than horizontal for me. Doesn't really work unless you have separate veg space though turn arounds to long. These are in 40ltr Coco hempys feed twice a day pretty simple. Also tie them up early into flower and keep up with it makes a difference in yeild.
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Been doing vert for a while, it's easier than horizontal for me. Doesn't really work unless you have separate veg space though turn arounds to long. These are in 40ltr Coco hempys feed twice a day pretty simple. Also tie them up early into flower and keep up with it makes a difference in yeild.
What is it that makes vert easier in your eyes? Canopy management etc or what? I can see what you mean with the dedicated veg space. Do you still have to veg them for a certain time before being flipped or do you just move them into flower and flip immediately?
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What is it that makes vert easier in your eyes? Canopy management etc or what? I can see what you mean with the dedicated veg space. Do you still have to veg them for a certain time before being flipped or do you just move them into flower and flip immediately?
Easier because dealing with less plants and cuttings but if one dies it's a large percentage of your crop. I sometimes give them a couple of days to a week on veg in flower room while I gradually increase the wattage on the lights till there on max as some strains get light shock and start to droop looking under watered if you put them on max watts straight away. But if there big enough and I know the strain reacts ok to max light I put them in flower straight away maybe turn lights down for first couple of days. One thing im struggling to work out is best method for veg: is it bare bulb or lights about also topping the plants or not. I've tried each way and I'm still not sure. At the Moment it's 600w MH above the plants topped when they have four side arms. Gets me to bushie 5 foot plants in 9 weeks. I think the biggest variable is not tieing the plants offen and properly yeild improves/drops by about 10oz if I'm on it all the way through.
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