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Old 04-03-2019, 06:25 AM #71
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FJ those plants are looking killer man. you'd never know it was your first grow. keep it up bro.
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Old 04-04-2019, 04:05 AM #72
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also, when you go to post pics at the Top Right of the pop up there is a drop down menu next to AS: where you can select 'Original Size' for your pic and they will come out bigger.
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Old 04-15-2019, 03:47 AM #73
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Into the dark with you!!!

Just finishing week 9 and these things are done! Skunk showing amber late last week with lemon and cheese mostly cloudy with a couple amber trichs. Going to let them sit in the dark for a couple days and just chop and hang as is.
Was a fun grow, had some smell issues and really needed to tighten up the ventilation. Learned to watch and respond to the plants needs and not just follow nute schedules. Doing multiple strains with different likes and needs is challenging when automating and running one reservoir.
Have 50 gallons of Coots soil cooking now. Going to try a couple autos outside this summer, see how that goes. My big concern with soil indoors is the bug issue. I’ve avoided bugs these last two runs and would like to keep it that way.


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running several diff. strains in flower can be a pain but once you are using the coots mix the plants can feed at their own rate and the nutrient part of things should get easier.




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Old 05-29-2019, 11:06 AM #75
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After an almost 2 decade hiatus from ďgrowingĒ ( in retrospect the grows of my early 20ís were totally out of control with over vegíed sativas running up into lights fired by obnoxiously loud magnatic ballasts in rooms with little ventilation, Iím lucky I didnít start a fire or get clipped by the fuze)
Iíve decided to take another shot. This time Iíve got a secure basement room with good ventilation, I installed a dedicated circuit to code to run my setup in a 2x4x7 w/ Solis tek ST600 ballast, Can Max Pro ( havenít decide which size filter to run yet). Got the 600 figuring to dim to 400 for the 2x4 for a few grows then move it to a 4x4 for flower and get a T5 for the 2x4 to use as a veg tent.
Iím using coco, I have a stash of GH 3 part that I use in my kitchen DWC system( basil, lettuce..) so Iíd like to use that before maybe moving over to soil at some point in the future. Iíve got ec, pH meters, all that stuff from my DWC setup. Been lurking the forums for awhile and rereading Clarkeís MJ botany, so i think Iím ready to roll.
So hereís the seed stash Iíve acquired..
10 Seedsman Skunk #1 Reg
10 Nirvana Northern Lights Reg
10 Nirvana White Widow Reg
I have a bunch of Fems and autos in 2,3 and 5 packs
Seedsman Cheese fem 3
Nirvana OG Kush auto 5
Nirvana Aurora Indica 2
Greenhouse Kings Kush 2
And a few more Iím gonna hold off on.

Was thinking about running say 5 of one type of the regular seeds for the first three grows and save the fem seeds for a time when I can do cuttings. With the remaining 5 of the regs try to seed a few buds to get more seeds.
Iíd love to run the skunk first but feel maybe Northern lights might let me get the ventilation system settled without blasting it with the stank, wife is totally cool but I do need a little stealth.
Iím really looking forward to growing those old school strains from the 80ís and 90ís, I know they are not the same but even if I can touch a little of the vibe that the OGís of the game did itíd be sweet. Getting gear is so cheap and easy now, I have mad respect for the old heads who were coming up with this stuff in the basements and attics all while dodging the cops or busting out to Amsterdam.
What do you guys think, which seeds should I run first?
Thanks, Iím psyched to start this new adventure.
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Sounds like youíve got a nice little stash of old school genetics there! Growing some old school pre98 x whiterhino right now. Being the area is on the smaller end of the scale I wouldnít veg anything you grow in that area too much before flipping or youíll have a very tight mess to control, and have to stay on top of de leafing and have good air flow throughout (ventilation, fans, ac) etc and would try to grow out anything you put in there by type. (5 similar growing plants to have an even canopy, personally either of those regular packs you have. Skunk#1 , northern lights, white widow all would be On my first pick list lol but thatís just because I miss the taste of those strains and remember them well lol
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Stop reading the first page and jumping to the new post button lol skunk pics are looking great!
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