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  • FurnaceBoi
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    5 of 6 OG transplanted to 6 liter pots. First transplanting.
    The runt, #4, can wait another couple of days.
    Number 1 and 6 looking a little droopy but the rest don't seem stressed yet.

    Note to self : don't use pop bottles to start seedlings anymore. The shape of the bottle made it very difficult to get the plants out without injury. I had to split them without cutting the roots.
    Last edited by FurnaceBoi; 05-29-2020, 04:30 AM.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    I gave the auto 1 litre of a 1/8 solution of base around the edge.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    Ya they bounced back nicely.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    They look good from here those seedlings.

  • SoOrbudgal
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    I will give my 2wk old seedling something called " mega crop " mixes with water, smells like a shit house door on a tuna boat only need a pinch in 16oz of water I think they do good also. It all depends how the first week goes of growth. I'm also upping my amounts for testing them now also. Good luck

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    Day 14 of life. Plants are recovering from the heat stress. It appears as though my ventilation shut down and my temperature went up to 92 for 3 hours. This seems to be the cause of the curling leaves. Will be transplanting in the next day or two.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    The nutrient plants are looking ugly. Twisted and deformed. They are bag seeds so likely a bit unstable. I even got a herm on grow 1.
    Any ideas what this might be?
    I have already designated them as outdoor. After I clone and identify their sex they are going outside. I don't I want them in my room after getting a Herm last time.
    One of my mentors thinks it's calmag. Opinions?
    Last edited by FurnaceBoi; 05-24-2020, 06:05 PM.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    Grow 2 notes. Less is more.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    I guess I forgot to mention I have three trade certifications through the IICRC in environmental abatement. I understand air flow and humidity at an engineering level which is how I can MacGyver cheap solutions to control

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    24 hour results from the tiny nutrient feeding. The nutrient plants had exponential growth. In fact some of their leaves grew so much overnight they look deformed. I perceive this as too much too soon. If you're comparing the photo the nutrient plants at the top and you can see the deformity in the leaves. The ones that still got straight water are in the bottom row.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    Didn't know one of my friends had started a grow and failed. I just bought his 400w hid for 80 bucks. It was only used for a month. He paid 400. Houston, we have a flower light.
    Last edited by FurnaceBoi; 05-23-2020, 06:26 PM.

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  • Canuck147
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    You're going to love those ratchets - makes it sooo much easier - my ratchets adjust 1/4 inch with each click - sooo much easier to calculate.

  • FurnaceBoi
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    Picked up some toys today. 4 room environment monitor, some ratchets lol ( no more speaker wire ) and a timer. Yes a timer. I have been living a plants schedule lol.

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  • FurnaceBoi
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    Day 7 from seed. Started an experiment with bag seeds. Gave each 50 ml of a 1/8 of a 1/8 base nutrient solution at the edge of the starter cup. They like it. The theory being. They will be transplanted in one week. Give them a tiny taste of what they are in for. A " nutrient hardening" if I'm out to lunch I would love to hear opinions from experienced Growers
    Last edited by FurnaceBoi; 05-23-2020, 01:59 AM.

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