Closet/Frigidank™ perpetual grow


#21

Yeah, done with facebook totally. I keep it installed, to keep in touch with relatives.


#22

@elheffe702 Hang in there bro , "what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger " … you must be a TLC fan :+1:


#23

I couldn’t agree more! It’s one of the reasons why I joined this website. Good luck with everything and take care.


#24

Thanks man. TLC is alright, just needed a couple fitting names! :+1:


#25

Thank you, you too!


#26

Looking great! Now that they’ve been transplanted they gonna take off :sunglasses:
Serious growth about to happen


#27

I already have new shoots and leaves almost daily. Amazing plants! Oh, btw, my new phone arrived and is updating/installing/charging…I’ll post some pics once it’s all done.


#28

It’s all falling in to place! Enjoy your phone and your grow.


#29

What kind of feeding schedule should I be using for flowering? I’m going by the chart, but cut about in half, on the General Organics Go Box. For instance, where it says 5ml/gal, I’m using 2ml/3qts. 3 quarts is about perfect to get a decent amount of runoff, although she’s taking more and more. Through veg, I was feeding with every watering at first, before learning I shouldn’t, then every other watering. I know they use a bit more in flowering than in veg, but should I still be feeding every other watering, or every time, or every third watering?


#30

Starting to bulk up already.


I did some more tucking and re-tucking, trying to get all the tops about the same height.

And the closet is looking good, too.

New shoots on both plants.

What’s up with the purple stems?


#31

Could be genetic or phosphorus deficient, or a number of other things. If the new growth looks good and she’s growing good, I wouldn’t worry about it too much.


#32

I thought maybe it’s a symptom of shock from transplanting. But yeah, everything looks as good as it could, otherwise.


#33

Matty beat me to it. Could be a genetic or a deficiency, but if everything is going fine I would lean towards it just being genetic. I want to say most of my plants have had either purple in their main stems and or leaf stems.


#34

My single other experience at this had a purple stem at first, but seemed to go away a lot earlier. But then, maybe not, and it just seems that way because of the giant size difference in the two young plants and the one flowering. I won’t worry about it.


#35

What about the watering/feeding question I asked earlier…anyone?


#36

apologize brother. I myself water 1 to 2 times a week and I feed them every time. I don’t use the line of nutrients you use. Some growers go with the ole feed, water, feed schedule


#37

It looks like she’s wanting a little more. I always feed full strength and let my plants tell me if it’s too much or if they like it, and sometimes want more!


#38

Roger that. I’ll feed water feed then, but I’ll plan on the next watering to be feeding, bumped up a bit, too. Thanks!


#39

Bud porn:



#40

So pretty! :heart: :green_heart: :seedling