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  • #46
    I topped the Serious Happy clone. It grew another set of leaves, so I topped it. I get to train this one myself, instead of starting two (2) weeks before the switch to twelve/ twelve (12/12).
    This is my first time doing the Kind super soil system, Your not suppose to water to runoff, The Coco Coir percolates different than Living Soil or even potting soil, it is harder to do than I thought it would be. The Coco Coir seems to absorb every drop of water until it saturates, then none of the water. I have to water very slowly, as soon as I get the top wet, I stop. In one (1) second it is flowing very fast out the bottom. Watering less and more often may be the trick, but I must get it wet down to the Kind soil on the bottom.

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    • #47
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      • #48
        And on the VEG side on the room the Seriously Happy top I cloned, forked. Click image for larger version

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        • #49
          My clone really likes Kind Soil, and is tying to train.

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          • Aloner
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            That Kind Soil is good stuff!

        • #50
          This is my first try with Kind Soil, so far I really like it. When I first transplanted it I got some yellowing at the tips, it was pale from living off jiffy pot potting soil. I thought the roots couldn't have the Kind Soil yet, I thought it was Nitrogen starved, so I gave it half strength nutes. In reality it was nute burn, so I made it worse. The nutrients in the Kind Soil must soak into the Coco Coir by capillary action up to the plant. It lived and looks good except a burned leaf.

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          • Aloner
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            Every once in a while I might get a leaf or two where just the tiniest bit of the very tip of one or more fingers get burned but so far nothing beyond that. I love it! After more grows maybe I'll try something else (DWC?) but for my first few grows, at least, I wouldn't do it any other way. I feel like it's letting me concentrate on getting to know the plants and how they grow, and issues like pests, without having to worry about feeding schedules and the like.

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          • Aloner
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            Very nice! How long do you reckon until harvest?

        • #52
          I'm thinking about two (2) to four (4) weeks. What do you think? If you can tell from the picture, I'm still trying to get the hang of phone cameras. The trichomes are just starting to get cloudy, no amber at all.Click image for larger version

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          • Aloner
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            I have no practical experience (I'm on my first grow) but from what info I've picked up here I would agree, you have at least a couple more weeks to go -- and probably more. I'd wager that however long it takes, it's going to feel even longer lol!

          • Sheesh
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            I agree, at least 2 and probably more like 4 weeks based on my few grows and what I've seen and read. My buds usually have around 80% of the pistils brown / red and curled back in towards the bud before they are ready to harvest. I see lots of white pistils standing tall in these pictures so start checking the trichomes every day about two weeks from now. Think about flush too, if you are planning one. Best case is to start a 7-10 day flush just when you hit the harvest window.

        • #53
          There are still green flowerets unopened and more still forming. The buds get fatter every day, so my patience will be rewarded. I like a two (2) week flush just using PHed water. But if I see a lot of amber trichomes, I harvest. I check the plants every day a couple times, for soil condition, structural issues (heavy buds falling over) and Trichome maturity, not to mention the just random visits to just stand and grin.

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          • #54
            The clone I made from the Seriously Happy top, has had it's second topping, and probably the last. Click image for larger version

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            • #55
              The clone responded well to the second topping. Click image for larger version

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              • #56
                I wish I found this thread earlier Charlie a very nice grow going on up there in AK . Defenatly hitting the subscribe button . Good luck and enjoy the harvest ..
                Oh also Alltatup recommended a phone app its Supervision+ works great for closeup pics and a free app . No adds or bullshit on it .

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                Currently use 2 gal bubbleponics tank
                Using 150 Watt HPS
                Trying 300 watt LED
                General Hydro Nutes ,reg and organic
                Small 23" x 21" area

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                • #57
                  Thanks Medman, and thanks Alltatup for the heads up. It looks like Serious happy is sprinting for the finish, it has white trichomes with still no amber on the top bud. the others Critical Mass and Bag Seed are starting to get milky, but I believe Seriously Happy will be upside down first.

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