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Old 05-31-2018, 10:07 AM #1
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New grow 2 x 4 grow tent mars hydro

Noob grow
56 days veg since surfacing above soil
Mars hydro 2 x 4 grow tent
Mars reflector 96 LED
Soilless mix with perlite
Feed every 2 weeks after 3rd week
Fish emulsion and molasses for veg
Molasses calcibloom bat guano and humus for the coming flower
Regular seeds
Nirvana master kush x juan herer and
Nirvana master kush x desconocida kush
Temps are 30ish and humidity high as 70
Very simple grow
Will need to score a dehumidifier asap!
Thanks in advance!
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Old 05-31-2018, 10:19 AM #2
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Something wrong with this one though.. Hhmmm...
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Old 05-31-2018, 10:26 AM #3
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Something wrong..
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Old 05-31-2018, 07:07 PM #4
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As of today, these are regular seeds by the way, f2 cross.. hope those 3 bushes become mi girls!!
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Looks like a bit of Mag lockout. Are you getting any purpling of the stem on that plant? Are the veins on the backs of leaves turning purple? Has new growth slowed? A little leaf clawing at the ends there. Could be slight over watering or ph might be a tad off. A temp 30's is definitely on the high side doable but you'll want to get those a bit lower to minimize heat stress and stretching.

What are your numbers like PH & EC or ppm? You mentioned soilless so are you running a peat based mix? If it's peat, do you water to runoff?
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I still lack a lot of basic investments but definitely on the list. For water i just let sit then use when watering and feeding. Soil less mix yes and water til i see a run off water when like 4 inches dry. Never fed mag until 2 days ago and those pics were a week ago or less. Growth seemed to faster now. Yeah i really think i need to lower temps as well as humiditu specially now that i already flipped. A efficient dehumidifier would be nice and a better exhaust 6inch rather than my 4" now. ������������
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First thing you should invest in is a ph meter. I really think a lot of starter problems all boil down to PH of the water being fed.
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First thing you should invest in is a ph meter. I really think a lot of starter problems all boil down to PH of the water being fed.
Thanks! That will be number 1 asap! I think so too the most basic. Watering!! Those kits would help a lot.
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Assuming you are in peatmoss, i've found that when I take my tap water which is 7.4 and 150ppm and then add my GH Floranova Bloom nutes between 650-850ppm, or around 1.2-1.8EC my solution ph stabilizes between 6.2 and 6.3. I started feeding with every watering and a good 15-20% runoff to wash away any salt buildup. My runoff since doing this is consistently between 900-1200 ppm or around 1.8 - 2.2 EC and a ph of 6.3 - 6.5.

I've never seen my plants so happy. Peat, Perlite and worm castings is my mix. I still use my ph meter to take readings, but I haven't actually adjusted my feed or water with any ph up or down in a few weeks now. If I start giving my plants a bit too much food, i simply lower the feed the following time with a good runoff.

I wish i had kept it this simple/stupid when i started 3 years ago... It took me 3 years to figure out I was messing things up by trying to... do something.
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Thanks! That will be number 1 asap! I think so too the most basic. Watering!! Those kits would help a lot.
I wouldn't bother with the kits that rely on you eyeballing the color. I just use a cheap https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YBUH4RC and it seems to be working good for me. They have a higher accuracy version which goes to 2 decimal places instead of one for 2x the price.
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