Allinherheads Oct 21 grow start

I have my outdoor grow finishing so starting my indoor grows back up. Was off to a poor start. Had a horrible time starting seeds. Found that I was keeping the medium too wet and had fungus gnats had moved into the coco I had stored so tossed the old and got some fresh. Also picked up a couple moberry clones and after letting them settle in I transplanted into 1 gallon pots icing coco and perlite feeding as usual jacks 321. For now I have them in 4x4 under a mars tsl2000 until they get a little further along and will move the clones I take off these into the 2.5x5 x 80 under hlg 350r. Going to be a great winter.


@spyonyou @beardless @MeEasy @MaD-VapoR @Hellraiser @stltimmy1979

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Looking good!

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Looking good :+1: and you know I’m going to be watching :eyes::sunglasses:
tmp(3)

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Up and running.

How about “indoor season”
CHEERS

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Looking good in there! I’m along for the ride for sure. Good luck brother! :+1:t2::v::sunglasses:

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“Indoor season” well said!

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Thanks. I intend to use your technique that you provided a diagram for but will be after this harvest. As we decided to not invest anymore outside funds. So the grow has to provide the financing for all improvements.
The pic @beardless posted here at one time would have got me excited about the upcoming winter but that excitement was not the emotion that it brought. I’m not sure how I feel about the cold season coming this time.

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@Allinherhead nice work I look forward to seeing the outdoor bounty and watching this one come along. Hope you are well! Oh, I forgot to tell you I don’t remember how close you are to STL but St Louis Hydroponic now stocks nematodes. I used them this current run with my organics and haven’t seen hardly a gnat around. I like to think its the use of those that were preventative. Anyway, 20 bucks for 5million, that’s in line with online prices but you save 20 bucks on shipping. Just FYI. Good luck!

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Brother, if there’s anything I can help with, I’m just a text away! Good luck! :+1:t2::v::sunglasses:

Thanks for the tag…following along!

I’ve purchased from them some fans I used on fume hoods but never actually been. I will stop in soon and check k them out. I live outside troy mo. But I’m in stl everyday. I’m hvac tech so all over the place. Holler when you going to be there my wife and I have some treats to share with you.

Ill need tea so would be stopping by Mon/Wed/Fri of next week. I could try for late morning before kid is out of school, or mid afternoon.

Have a look at your schedule next week and see if you will be near the area any of those days/times, and we can go from there. Ive been meaning to meet out at your place, but with work/kids/etc I have so little time these days.

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I have a project maybe next week off Dorsett rd. I will let you know which days.

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Aurora indica are sprouting. Hopefully they get going.

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Let me know. We may head to the lake late in the week. We’ll make it happen this week or soon enough. Have a great weekend

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When is best time to get clones off young plants before I transplantto next size up or after? I’m also considering topping first. And can the tops be rooted as well?


Moberry clones in their permanent home 2x5x 80 under hlg 350r jacke in coco. The coco I ordered was not what I received. What I got was coco chips so I mixed with coco coir and some perlite. Going to hand water for a while then probably auto feed like the hid room grow.
Question: how long should cutting be to take for clones?

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These are aurora indica. The two in rear will probably stay here and the front 4 will likely go to the hid room.
These are in coco also w jacks under 2 mars hydro ts2000 lights

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@Sincitytoker is your feeding system with the halos recirculating or drain to waste

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Drain to waste
Run off runs down in to a 13 gallon bin and then from there gets pumped in to a 30 gallon trash can on wheels .
Once it fills up about half way I wheel it out and dump in to my :palm_tree: palm trees

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