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  • Awaken5's Grow Journal - Organic Soil with Fox Farm Trio Nutrients

    1.. I think GSC but not 100 percent sure.
    2. Growing in organic soil
    3. 2 T5 6400k 25 watt grow bulbs and 2 125 watt random bulbs that are temporary until I get my LED
    4. 5/20/17 and not sure about harvest date
    5. Dont know final yeild
    6. Using fox farm tri for nutes
    Last edited by berrypilot; 06-20-2017, 02:18 AM.

  • #2
    Looking very nice awaken. Count me in
    current grow
    http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...-garden-update

    granddaddy purple journal
    http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...cfl-mircrogrow

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    • #3
      Yes, looking real good, but a little stretched. I think they probably need more light intensity to stop that stretching.
      Joined: 10-31-2016
      DWC/Hydroponic grow box 26" x 36"
      400 watt MH/HPS lights
      ActiveAqua chiller 1/10 hp
      Current grows:
      http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...blk-dom-ww-c99
      http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...-pond-of-green

      Friendly advice:
      If you want to grow top shelf weed, arm yourself with knowledge:
      http://www.growweedeasy.com/basics

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      • Awaken5
        Awaken5 commented
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        Yes that was what I was thinking, those are just temp. im getting a 800 watt led soon.

      • alltatup
        alltatup commented
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        Good decision!! They will love it!

    • #4
      looking good Awaken , you could lower the t5 quite a bit even if they are temp. mine are about 6 inches away from the plants if you can keep your hand between light and plant then your ok
      argo max tent ,big kahuna reflector, 1000hps with added leds for the full spectrum . current grow gorilla glue 14th indoor grow ,5 years outside gorilla grows(stealth is the key),veg under t5s

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      • Awaken5
        Awaken5 commented
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        Ok ill bring them down, im a bit concerned because I just found brown spots on them which I thought was heat stress but after looking at the symptom checker it looks like its a problem with the ph

      • alltatup
        alltatup commented
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        Awaken, are you checking the pH in and the pH runoff? The number one thing to do to prevent problems.

      • Awaken5
        Awaken5 commented
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        Yea no ive been checking ph before I water and its been around 6.5 but not the runoff, I just read that you need to do that. Ill check it next time I water

    • #5
      Another first timer like me! Looks like I'm only a week or so ahead of you, too. Will be watching with interest!
      My first grow
      Nirvana ♀ Northern Light photo
      Outdoors
      Kind Soil/Roots Organic Original
      5 gal. Smart Pots

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      • #6
        Wow its been three days and they have grown so much! Amazing how fast they grow, i'm enjoying this so much to be honest! Ive noticed some potential problems on some of them which I looked up on the Symptom checker but still not sure what exactly the problems are. Im hoping the taco shaped leaves on the one in clay pot isn't root problems, I just noticed the brown spot on one of them when I was taking the pictures. Also the burned spots on the leaves I think are from ph fluctuations, I topped the one in the 4th picture 2 days ago.

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        • 9fingerleafs
          9fingerleafs commented
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          They look very good. Overal great health they'll surely bush up. That wrinkling could be sign of an issue but I'm not sure what. Maybe just keep an eye on that one and see it new growth gets better. Good luck

        • Awaken5
          Awaken5 commented
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          Thank you, I changed my mind again and I think im going to get a 400 watt hps for these girls.

      • #7
        If your wallet allows look at the 315 CMH runs cooler than the 400 watt HPS better light spectrum all around.

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        • Awaken5
          Awaken5 commented
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          Yea I looked at that as well, unfortunately dont have the money for it. Thank you though

      • #8
        Awaken5 I think you may have a root problem: I looked up the cupping issue on this page:
        http://www.growweedeasy.com/cannabis-root-problems

        Scroll down on the page to where it says:

        Sometimes leaves will tend to cup or curl down due to root problems, like the plant above, but sometimes the curl upwards too, like the poor plant below (this was caused by poor drainage and plant was overwatered, leading to a pretty severe case of root problems)

        Am I wrong, or does that look like your leaves?
        Joined: 10-31-2016
        DWC/Hydroponic grow box 26" x 36"
        400 watt MH/HPS lights
        ActiveAqua chiller 1/10 hp
        Current grows:
        http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...blk-dom-ww-c99
        http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...-pond-of-green

        Friendly advice:
        If you want to grow top shelf weed, arm yourself with knowledge:
        http://www.growweedeasy.com/basics

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        • Awaken5
          Awaken5 commented
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          I read though this and yes it does look very similar to mine. Thank you

      • #9
        Week update: Ok so they are 4 weeks old now and they are doing great! Just got my 400 watt HPS in today and everything is looking good so far. I had some ph problems but I know how to fix them now, as well as a light being close to one in the 4th pic and it got burnt. Been using fox farm trio and just plain 6.5 ph water, I was wondering if it would be safe to cut off all of the leaves that are burnt/ph problems?

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        • #10
          Hi Awaken, if it was me, I would trim off the burnt bits off your leaves
          its looks nicer. I just started a couple of seedlings under an LED and got a little
          bit of burn too, I trimmed it. They look healthier trimmed
          oh, and that's a nice grow you got going

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          • #11
            Hey Awaken,
            I'm a firm believer in cutting old, sick or burnt leafs your plant will think you, but then again I'm also a believer of cutting leafs they don't last long in my tent so take what I say with a grain of salt.
            chop chop.
            I like to help doesn't mean Im qualified.

            cfl for seedlings and cloning
            400 watt mh vegging
            600 watt hps flowering
            60/40 coco/perlite in 5 gal. Geo pots
            Fox Farm: Cal Mag: Silica:

            Current problem.
            http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...ey-s-grow-room

            past grows:
            http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...s-broken-heart
            http://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum/...ook-at-my-buds

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            • #12
              Another update: The HPS light was way to hot for my closet and im trying to save money so I dont really wanna invest in ventilation, so I have moved them all down to the basement! It is a lot color down here and a lot more humid. Ive had them down there all day not and I have a couple of concerns...

              1. Its been pretty low temp all day, I think it might be to cold for them
              2. To humid for them

              Is it worth it to invest $100 on a grow tent, I feel like if I got one it would help alot with temp/humidity control.

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              • alltatup
                alltatup commented
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                Your girls look great, Awaken, and 73 isn't such a bad temp for summer. Yeah, what they said. Nobody said this was an inexpensive hobby...

              • Awaken5
                Awaken5 commented
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                Ok so if I absolutely need ventilation what would work best for me? I dont really mind having to spend the money but I'm just trying to save as much as I can

              • Mr.furley
                Mr.furley commented
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                Awaken5, hear is a popular route as far as exhaust fans go this will also incorporatein to a tent, my understanding is a 4-inch to bring air in and 6-inch out will give you negative air inside your tent not allowing for smell to leak out. If you're not concerned about smell then you won't need a carbon filter which will save you some money. The most important thing is get air moving you're humidity looks really high (above 50) and can cause problems like mold so you want air circulating around. even some box fans from Walmart will help.
                Here is a start, these are popular
                http://www.ebay.com/itm/172542874297

            • #13
              Update: Ok so its been about 6 weeks since I planted the seeds, and they have completely blown my mind with how good they look. I thought they would be small plants because I got these seeds from bud I got! Im going to put them into flower tomorrow, I have had a couple of problems. I have found some parts of leaves that look like they have been eaten by a bug, it is only on this one plant which is weird. also those spots on the one picture are only on that one plant, I think its a cal deficiency?

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              • 9fingerleafs
                9fingerleafs commented
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                Looking very healthy. About the bug damage I don't think it was a bug. Looks like a damaged or just not perfect leaf. About The deficiency I don't think it is a calcium one. I think those are ph fluctuation marks.

            • #14
              Week two of Flower and they are doing great, they look very healthy and they are growing very tall. They all turned out to be females so thats great! One issue ive been noticing is that there are leaves that are dying near the bottom growth, but at the top they are very healthy.

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              • #15
                Hey 5 Your plants sure have grown ,their pretty. You said your feeding them Fox farms stuff ain't you ? When did they start turning yellow?

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                • Awaken5
                  Awaken5 commented
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                  Yep Fox farm trio, they have been turning yellow for probably a 1 now. I havent thought much off it because the plants in general look healthy but they have been popping up more often now so

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