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Old 02-19-2013, 12:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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First CGE Small indoor

Quite cool so have controlled grow, ware house slightly different

A pix 12 days into flower, using a little odd combo, pure blend I think by GH, floralicious, hygrozyme, carbo load AN, calmag botanicare and some ph up and down with RO 0 ppm water in a fuzzy logic (harvest master) complete sealed co2 CGE
More to come, this is mt silvertip ( GDP x SSH)
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1000 watt hps btw, with 8 topped and LST trained smaller hybrids, one a week with 4 different strains, 8 week total veg for a 16 total week cycle at 3 oz a week, maybe a quarter with this co2. Shall be interesting. Veggies and babies and clones under a 4 bulb 54 watt t5 (216 watt) with 3 weeks in a 3 gallon and 3 in a Dixie cup 2 in the cubes rooting


Advanced nutrients sensi grow a and b with An b52 and voodoo juice in veg once a week maybe at peak twice a week. Once in flower bud blood with the feed and after skipping a feed every watering I go to feed feed water big feed feed water big.
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Old 02-19-2013, 10:19 AM   #3 (permalink)
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good shit bongo.

glad to have you back and posting btw
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Old 02-27-2013, 10:13 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Had a slight over wet issue in these three gallons off the bat, as you can see; and then forgot to ph my water/feed (AN makes it to easy lol, but to much salt man).

What you think?
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Hey farmer, you see that slight dots that are on some bigger growth? Is that what you were talking about when if I did it right it'll show that? It may have had something to do with a couple feedings at 3.8 I imagine also :/
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:34 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:37 PM   #7 (permalink)
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You see what I'm talking about about the leaves getting a lol damage before I phed =(
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Old 03-05-2013, 04:29 PM   #8 (permalink)
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How long to go now? Looking mighty frosty .

I think the damage on the fans is pretty minor tbh, seen as she's well on the way anyhow.

The other foliage looks quite dark green so perhaps she's been a little overfed with nitrogen, maybe this and the aberration of pH you mention have given rise to a minor lockout.
SSH is not usually very N hungry and is a light feeder in general. IDK about GDP.

Also bear in mind that if you're using RO water- You have taken all the calcium and magnesium (along with all the other crap you didn't want) out of the water so you may need more cal mag.. or maybe not.
Your soil and nutes may be sufficient, it is unusual to get calcium deficiency in soil or peat&perlite. Epsom salts may help, they contain magnesium.

I'd say slacken off the nutes a little, especially the N. Don't let her dry out.

Upping the cal mag or adding epsom salts might help, but I'm tending to think lowering the other nutes a bit might be the best plan.

It looks like you'll get some good harvest in any case.
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I figured it all out farmer!!! I was using a hydro feed instead if soil... Botanicare makes then look so similar. Got my temps dialed in and co2 perfected.

1200 ppm or more with 82+ and 50%

Here's a current
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The hydro feed was low ph so it was causin issues, soon as I switched bam fine. She's 10 days away right now, she feeds LIKE CRAZY farmer, it's a very interesting cross you'd love growin it
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Farmer, I'm also getting some amazing results from this three part feeding every watering... Botanicare SOIL bloom hygrozyme and GH floralicious.. I'm adding cal mag about 4 ml per litre for the RO and advanced nutrients carboload for sugar... I like their sugar for some reason it gets them microbes going
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