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    First auto grow - Cheese XXL and Moby Dick XXL

    I decided to get some seeds underway for the new auto/veg tent. Cheese XXL Auto and Moby Dick XXL Auto - both from Dinafem. They are both 80-day flowers, so I've got a ways to go for these, but they have great reviews, so I'm willing to invest the time. Wish me luck!
    3 clones of Swiss Cheese and the auto seeds are in the black tray Using URB to inoculate seeds

    #2
    All the Best to you. And keep on rolling !

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      #3
      Good luck Gdog ,I wouldn't leave that dome on to long though, once my seeds pop out of the root riots I take it off
      new grow room built summer of 2017 ,argo max tent for veging ,big kahuna reflector, 1000hps with added leds for the full spectrum . 15th indoor grow ,5 years outside gorilla grows(stealth is the key),veg under t5s growing autos under 300w leds
      current grow https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-new-grow-room

      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-auto-vs-photo


      https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...-week-4-update

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      • gdogfunkly
        gdogfunkly commented
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        Thanks! I plan on planting tomorrow once my LED arrives. Would have been here today, but fedex left a door tag instead since I wasn't home. Yet, the last time they left it...go figure. Oh well, almost have the tent prepped and ready to go!

      #4
      Day 2: up up and away! Not sure what's up with the yellow cotyledons, but they should turn green soon. As soon as the led arrives tomorrow, in the tent she goes!

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        #5
        Day 3: Roots were coming out of the jiffy pellet and the LED arrived, so I put them in a 7 gallon fabric pot with 1/3 happy frog soil, 1/3 coco and 1/3 perlite. I inoculated the soil with 30ml URB when I mixed the soil last night. I did not water when planting since the soil was very moist. LED is hanging at 38" above the plants with VEG mode only.

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          #6
          Day 4: Getting used to the new soil and LED and I expect a little slower growth for the next few days. I've never grown with coco in the soil, so while the surface is drying, I believe the soil beneath is moist enough for now. I over-watered my first photos and don't want to make the same mistake with the autos. I'll keep an eye on things.

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            #7
            Day 5: Sprayed twice today with cal-mag foliar spray to wet the soil near the plant. They appear to be liking the LED light. I'll kick on the boost light in about a week and then the bloom light after 3-4 weeks of growth.

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              #8
              Day 6: Sprayed with URB foliar in the morning and Cal-mag in the evening. Not wuite ready for a nute feeding. Maybe later in the week I will give a dose of water. I'm contemplating MammothP for the entire grow on this auto. Still on the fence on the nute regimen yet.

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                #9
                Day 7: Sprayed URB this morning to soak the top of the soil and cal-mag this evening. Slow going, but I know they are growing roots right now.

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                  #10
                  Are you only spraying them and letting that water run off into the soil? That's the only water? How much would you say that is?
                  complete beginner
                  39" x 39" x 78" tent
                  315 Watt CMH
                  4" Phat Filter w/ 4" Hurricane duct fan
                  Automatic top feed into coco.
                  Mega Crop nutes

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                  • gdogfunkly
                    gdogfunkly commented
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                    No, I mixed up foliar sprays in separate bottles for URB and for cal-mag plus. i use RO water and adjusted the ph after adding to the their spray bottles. I basically just sprayed the surface until it was damp/wet. It dries after a few hours. Initially, I mixed up the coco/soil/perlite mix and using a gallon of 30ml of URB per 7 gallon pot and there was a bit of runoff. When I planted the seedling, it was still moist. So I'm basically using the sprays to make sure I don't over water.

                  #11
                  Day 8: fed nute week 1 and added mammothp to the mix. First real leaf set is forming. I may lower the light tomorrow and see how they respond.

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                    #12
                    Day 9: added more dirt to support the stems and sprayed with URB foliar. Then wetted them again with cal-mag this evening. Also switched oscilating fans from the other tent since the new fan has more power and the scrog needs it. I raised the fan up on a box so the plants are getting air flow and lowered the light to 24".

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                      #13
                      Day 10: Had to turn up the inline fan speed and open a flap a little to get more airflow in the tent. Humidity was way too high, but is back to normal now. URB foliar in the morning and letting them do their thing.

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                        #14
                        Day 11: URB foliar in the morning and cal-mag foliar in the evening. Slow goings, but that's typical at this age from my previous experience. I turned on the XML boost light as well to try and get things going a bit faster.

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                          #15
                          Day 12: fed week 1 nutes again since they were pretty dry. They seem to be coming along now. I'm hoping this mammoth p stuff just makes some monster difference along the way.

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                          • D.A.A.S.69
                            D.A.A.S.69 commented
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                            Hello Gdog, your little ones look nice. Yeah, they will slow a little, on top, but those roots are going down, an soon they will jump up top.

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