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Newbie jitters by Nigel Gennerlire - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 22:22:29 EST ID:Udw+ODs0 No.144064 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alright I'm allowed to grow, How do I start a perpetual so that something is always growing?
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Nigel Gennerlire - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 22:41:25 EST ID:Udw+ODs0 No.144065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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AKA how do I K.I.S.S. a perpetual grow?
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Barnaby Sunkinsut - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 22:58:02 EST ID:QI1rXhZY No.144066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you would need two different areas
one with only vegging plants
the other for flowering
you can figure out the rest I'm sure


Low budget grow by Cyril Buzzwater - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 14:04:56 EST ID:dsasbArh No.143979 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Heyheyy, welcome to my grow journal.
Pull up a chair and lets find out what we can achieve with the most basic equipment.
The seeds sprouted at 21.12, they had a hard time the first couple of weeks.
I didn't realize that running 24/0 light cycles was seriously stunting the growth.
Saw immediate improvement when the cycle was changed to 18/6.
The more I know.
The first pic is from 29.1
There wasn't much to document before this time.

>The strains
Seedsman - Somango (feminized)
Pyramid - Anesthesia (feminized)

>The gear
-One 120w full spectrum LED panel.
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Ian Gebbletitch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 09:27:20 EST ID:sYSL9mWW No.144047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bump.

Things are looking good.
Anesthesia is in the front, Somango in the back.
Both have been trained and they're filling up the space quite nicely.
Gotta love that Anesthesia's leaf formation.

Took some clones from the lowest branches. Gonna root them with just water in a diy humidor.
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Ian Gebbletitch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 09:35:09 EST ID:sYSL9mWW No.144048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Somango
She has grown two pistils in the spot where I topped her.
I expected a significant boost in growth, but I guess she didn't really appreciate the man-handling, with the cloning and all that stuff.

On the plus side, she is alive and well.
Had to fill in some extra coco mix because I saw roots growing to the surface.
Her sativa heritage is really starting to kick in with the smell.
It's like a sweet exotic fruit combined with lemon cleaner.

Hoping she'll go turbo-mode once I set 12/12 and give her a good dose of nutes.
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Ian Gebbletitch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 09:44:58 EST ID:sYSL9mWW No.144049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Anesthesia

Happy and growing vigorously.
Got high hopes for this one.

The red circle is where I topped her.
This plant is hard to keep down. The branches are very sturdy and will straighten themselves if bent to a 90 degree angle.
I've supercropped each "main" branch at least once. Yet not a single one has formed a knuckle.

She smells more earthy compared to the other.
A mix of fruityness with that classic indica pine smell.
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op - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 18:03:21 EST ID:IDglKr3l No.144058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Started flowering.
Doing a 24-36 hour darkness period. Then go to 12/12.
Gonna check in when there's hairs.
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op - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 11:52:19 EST ID:IDglKr3l No.144063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First day of 12/12.
Replaced the blue cfl with a 125w red one.
Excited to see if the 36 hour dark period had any effect.

Gave each 3 litres of water containing roughly 8ml of bloom, grow and micro

Lift up a Somangos bottom leaf that was touching the coco and saw many roots shooting upwards from where the leaf was resting.
Upon closer inspection I found more tiny white root-tops all around the top layer.
Added more coco to cover them up.

Glad to see she has developed a robust root system.

Also did some bending on each plant.
Trying to maintain an even level on the canopy while giving more light to the lower branches.
Hopefully I'll manage to achieve the bushy size that fills the horizontal space completely.


Captain's Log by Caroline Siffingfuck - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 22:40:19 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144030 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, after a week, and after getting some advice from here, I finally have some rooted clones of my bagseed mother - I call her Patty The Daytime Hooker.

Anywho, I transferred two clones to my DWC buckets filled with expanded clay pebbles. Under a 300W LED right now. My flowering tent has the 1000W HPS/MH system in it, and it won't be free for vegging for probably the next two to three weeks.

This is my first time using a DWC, so I want to see if these guys can make it.

Pic is Patty's First Kid.
Day 1 of grow
Day 1 of veg
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Barnaby Dozzlehene - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 20:18:05 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
General Hydroponics nutes ordered. Should be here by Saturday. Then the ladies will get their first meal.
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Frederick Dartwell - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 21:37:41 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
UPDATE - Got my nutes in the mail today. Went with the "seedling - clone," dose which is about 1/4 of full strength. Mostly so I don't shock them since they have been just cruising on straight water for the last week.

Going to do some more clones this weekend just to cover my ass in case my hydro grow goes south. Never done it before.

Also, downloaded GrowBuddy. Nice software. Should help me keep track of shit.
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William Mevingnut - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 19:54:11 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144059
OK, going to ask a question in case anyone is actually following this...

I went with 1/4 strength nutes, which were listed for clones/seedlings. Technically, my plants are starting week 2 of their veg cycle. The recommendation for week 2 is actually 1/2 strength nutes.

Anyone think I should switch to 1/2 strength mid-week? Then, by the end of week 2, I will be "caught up." I just don't want to shock these guys. I may only veg one for 4 weeks and then flower it. But, only because I haven't seen what Patty The Daytiime Hooker can produce. She may be a gem. The two I am flowering now from the same jumble of bag seed seem to be worth hold on to. One is a frosty looking bitch, whom is really filling out in this last week or so of flowering. Gonna reveg her for the cuttings....
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Lillian Bandlecocke - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 11:14:45 EST ID:QI1rXhZY No.144061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144060
Which line of GH nutes did you choose? I myself follow the school of underfeeding my plants. Advantages are that nutes last longer and it's harder to nute burn plants this way. If you suspect a deficiency, make sure you ph is correct and that the roots look good. If both check out then you can add a bit more ferts. You're wise to use caution, since hydro has no buffer between roots and the nutrient solution, less = more. If you don't already have it, I would recommend a Calcium/magnesium supplement, and something to prevent root rot, such as Hydroguard.
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Lillian Bandlecocke - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 11:33:54 EST ID:QI1rXhZY No.144062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144061
Example for me would be:
I'm growing Fem White Widow in 3 gal DWC (just a bucket filled with nutrient solution with an air line running into the water for dissolved oxygen. Vegged for 6 weeks, bloomed for 8/9 weeks.

GH reccoments 1/4 tsp per Gallon for seedlings/clones
I would use 1/8 tsp per gallon

GH reccomends 1 tsp Grow/ 2 tsp Micro/ 3 tsp Bloom per gallon
I use have.

I use full recommended strength for the Hydroguard. Then use double strength CaliMagic as cal-mag defs are common and plants can't really get too much cal-mag as long as they're given in the proper ratio.

I let my ph float in the 5.5-6.5 are and use the dropper kit to test my ph. I have no way of testing PPM/TDS and had no problems so far. Water stays around 65-75* F.

After a week I change the res with a fresh batch of nutes
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Teas by Basil Wuzzleshaw - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 01:23:41 EST ID:9oZiduC6 No.144032 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone ever run compost teas through an irrigation system? What size micron filter can be used without fucking up the tea? I plan on running 120-160 gallons of tea (diluted) then flush the lines with ro once a week.
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Basil Wuzzleshaw - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 10:05:50 EST ID:9oZiduC6 No.144036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144033
I have 3 reservoirs for different stages as the setup is perpetual and i will be brewing the teas separately in a 60 g and adding them to the 300 res pre filtered, not brewing it in the res but what i am asking is how small of a filter is going to remove all of the microbes and goodies from my teas? And can i just remove the filter on the irrigation system itself? Im new to irrigation...
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Basil Wuzzleshaw - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 15:18:43 EST ID:9oZiduC6 No.144037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is the filter i was thinking about removing
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Basil Wuzzleshaw - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 15:19:36 EST ID:9oZiduC6 No.144038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Barnaby Fuvingstedge - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 20:24:20 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144037
The filter protects from shit that is too small getting into the system and fucking it up. Logic dictates you should keep the filter in.

What you should do is figure out the size of THAT filter and get a big screen that is that size or smaller. Then, filter the compost tea through that. I imagine the right kind of silkscreen would do it. Pretty cost effective since you can blast it with a hose to clean it.
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Charlotte Secklebanks - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:34:25 EST ID:+feR4wOL No.144057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144037

I can't imagine how this filter would remove anything that can help your plants, no microbes, no nutrients.
What I was hinting at was that irrigation system are built to be used with fully soluble fertilizers. And that if you like to use one with something that has more particulate matter in it you need more filtering, not less.

Several stages where you filter out large particulate matter, grain size and then finally your normal filter that comes with the setup.


Noob Thread by Walter Pellerpodging - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 19:50:29 EST ID:TrTL1PMY No.144051 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am interested in starting a small home grow setup. I have 2 plants that are growing pretty well, but one of them has all but outgrown the shelf I was growing it on. It seems to me that the best course of action at this point would be to get a growbox. I believe I would be using LEDs for my grow because they are fairly inexpensive and efficient. I am looking for something relatively small and discrete, and preferably inexpensive. In particular I was looking at this tent listed on Amazon.
amazon.com/gp/product/B01AWBDL4I/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3AN9QJNQ0FYAY

I am a total newbie to this, and I need some guidance. Is it a good idea to get this tent? Would it be able to accommodate my 2 plants? Would a LED grow dramatically affect my electric bill? What are ways I can reduce the odor of my grow operation? Would it be feasible to contain this small grow op within my 1br apartment, or would it be too risky? What should I do with my plants if this is not feasible?
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Barnaby Dozzlehene - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 20:05:46 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144051
Your biggest issue will be odor. You can pull this off, but it will be tight.

For the lights go with a 400w or 600w switchable ballast for HPS/MH. LEDs are OK, but honestly seem to do better for keeping mothers and clones going.
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Cedric Sibblebidge - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 03:34:07 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144051
A tent is a good idea
You dont want a room swimming in purple led light
Also the closer the walls the more light is bouncing back to the plant


Cuttings not rooting. by Fuck Movingworth - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 22:54:10 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.143933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I keep trying to get some cuttings going, and they keep failing to root. They actual don't do anything. Even die. They can hang out for three weeks stuck in a damn solo cup of soil as damp as fuck, and nothing. I even tried those Riot Rooters. Nothing. ANy ideas?
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Rebecca Greenhood - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 16:00:35 EST ID:nka5pAlr No.143977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143952
They can root pretty damn fast if the base is warm and cozy for them.
I scratch the surface with the back of a razor. You want to break the surface of the cutting open without taking material off.
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Basil Firringhall - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 21:23:34 EST ID:rhDfAruD No.143978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good sir, OP.

I recommend you watch this segment.

https://youtu.be/zDHEQ_I2f9Y?t=56m29s
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Jarvis Murdfuck - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 19:48:09 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.143985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143978
Hey, thanks for that link. Binging Cervantes now.
Guy is pretty legend.

Oh, and I started some new clones tonight. Clipped the fan leaves, used new rooting gel, etc. In a humidity dome on a heating pad.

We will see in a week.
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Hannah Dravingkat - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 19:53:56 EST ID:/wa0T57o No.144018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>143985
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Barnaby Dozzlehene - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 20:10:17 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>143985
UPDATE!

Two of my cuttings rooted nicely within the week. I have two still in the process of rooting, and two kicked it, but probably because I was a bit sloppy on where I took them from. The good news is that I have two clones in my DWC system that have been doing fine since the 11th. No nutes yet, but that will happen soon. I have a grow log of them on the front page that I will keep updating.


Higher temps with HPS ? by Graham Sondlewock - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 17:21:08 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144011 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im changing my CFL to a HPS
right now the setup is working fine with out a fan and i like to keep it that way
How much higher temps can i expect using the same wattage ?
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Caroline Siffingfuck - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 19:49:02 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144020
Will it work with your ballast?
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Angus Dovingwill - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 20:24:27 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144026
Yes, both have detachable cable so i dont have to cut anything
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Caroline Siffingfuck - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 22:17:15 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144028
Well, I doubt you will see much of an increase in temp. Maybe some, but that is only because that hood doesn't appear to have glass in it. No biggie though.
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Emma Heddlefuck - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 05:50:40 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Update
about 3c higher temps with the HPS
plants is loving the stronger light
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Barnaby Dozzlehene - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 20:07:12 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144046
Not bad. And honestly, a little extra warmth can be good. Plants really have a temperature sweet spot and that might get them into it.


Hellp, leaves are crumbling by Hannah Wudgegold - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 10:19:55 EST ID:5/dd95zh No.144014 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any advice on what I'm doing wrong and how to correct it? The leaves just shriveled up, it happens on all my plants. Using organic nutes and coffee grounds on top of the soil. I don't give them much nutes, mostly just water.
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Eugene Blackfuck - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 11:22:17 EST ID:5/dd95zh No.144021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144015
I'm using a spray bottle and spraying it when it looks dry. About once every day or two, but less than ten squirts.
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Lillian Dipperkone - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 00:22:47 EST ID:l56Iztg3 No.144023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144021
You're probably burning them to death.
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Jack Mammlesare - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 01:47:23 EST ID:pt/LOHkn No.144024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Getting the plants wet (not just the soil like you should be doing) creates little magnifying lenses on the plant that fry the plant when the light is on.
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Clara Bengerfoot - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 03:22:59 EST ID:8BoEZ+x4 No.144025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you're overwatering and you're not supposed to use noots

just some very light soil like a seedling starter soil for 2 weeks with nothing but water ph'd properly when the soil is dry fingernail deep in the soil
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Emma Wapperford - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 17:28:53 EST ID:5/dd95zh No.144050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks. It is hard to be patient.


Growing cannabis issues can you help? by Growbro - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 23:37:37 EST ID:FKGMxYFn No.144040 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello guys,

This is my first time growing cannabis and I had some seedlings growing for about a week and half without any issues but now recently this one has begun to start pointing her serrated leaves upward and also began to show a almost transparent light tan color on the leaves. The rest of my seedlings are doing well tho so I wanted to ask and see if anyone knew anything about it and what I could do.

Will post pictures
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Growbro - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 00:01:12 EST ID:FKGMxYFn No.144041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144040
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Growbro - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 00:02:09 EST ID:FKGMxYFn No.144042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>144041
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Barnaby Fuvingstedge - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 14:08:00 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144040
That soil looks janky as hell. Where did you get it?
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Polly Hittingdere - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 00:08:32 EST ID:8BoEZ+x4 No.144045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
firstly get smaller pics because those blown up pics dont fit on my screen

secondly how far away is the light from the top of the plant and what soil are you using what sort of lights temperatures and humidity in the grow space


Dual or separate blue and red bulb? by Angus Dovingwill - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 06:01:14 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144034 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what gives most yield ?
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Angus Dovingwill - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 06:05:52 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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hmm meant to post a more fitting image
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Hedda Chusslebitch - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 01:13:19 EST ID:xthRZCcw No.144043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nvm
I bought a dual spectrum
see how it goes


Plant reaseach. by Alec Holland - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 13:18:32 EST ID:gbSi1syT No.144022 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there any kind of data base or search terms that could help e find the chemical nutrient requirements for plants, specifically food producing?
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Caroline Siffingfuck - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 19:56:16 EST ID:lE51QiPd No.144027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144022
Nitrogen
Phosphorus
Potassium

All you need.


White widow autoflower problem by Fucking Brongersture - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 01:20:45 EST ID:NYoHF22l No.143987 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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2 white widow autofeminised. Planted both germinated seeds on the 18th of January.

>why is the left one shorter than the right one
>why are the bottom leaves going yellow
>is it a soil problem?
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Wesley Bepperstid - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 02:16:31 EST ID:h/SSCX/T No.144002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm using this nutrients. I made a 1mL per 1 litre mixture first, used it today. I have ordered a temperature gauge & PH tester, just waiting on those to arrive. Hopefully my problem is sorted out soon...
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Wesley Bepperstid - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 02:18:31 EST ID:h/SSCX/T No.144003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Clara Numblesick - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 02:19:46 EST ID:UpIT+Lm/ No.144004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your problems aren't going to be solved, that soil is really bad quality and compressed. Your roots are basically suffocating. Soil is supposed to be fluffy and airy.
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Edward Foddlemore - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 01:36:23 EST ID:h/SSCX/T No.144012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144004
Fuck. That's actually quite disappointing to hear, if it is the case. I guess i'll just let these go for gold til they die. Then re plant with different soil.
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Betsy Greenfuck - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 07:21:58 EST ID:UpIT+Lm/ No.144013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>144012
Just transplant them into better quality soil right now. Make sure there's perlite in the soil, you could also add some coco coir.


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