Looking good for 3+ weeks!
Not in particular except I try to never let my leafs touch my soil
Hard to tell from that angle, but any leaves touching the dirt can be removed. Other than that, they look green and happy to me.
White widow auto
PH of runoff or solution in reservoir?6.2
What is strength of nutrient mix? Na
Light; king 1000 led
Temps; 77 hi / 63 lo
Humidity; 80 hi / 45 lo
Ventilation system; Yes
AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier, no
I have increased speed of ventilation fans to try and lower rh.
They look dense and bushy! It looks like a little LST is going on too.
Don’t forget to ph your input to 5.5 to 5.8.
I removed 2 leaves that were touching the ground from older plant and 3 from the youngest.
They won’t even notice it.
Yea I’m trying to do some lst on both plants. I fimed the younger plant and seem to having a little more luck lst on that one. The older one I am having a problem getting it to lean over. I think I might have waited to late to start on that one. The trunk is so thick it does not want to lean. They are autos so don’t want to do to much. Open to suggestions.
The ph of the solution going in is between 5.6 and 6
You’re doing the right thing with the autos.
@Hippieheart I’ve been using coco and my ph in is 5.8 and no matter what my runoff is above 6.3
Hello @Sixpackdad I water with a ph of 5.5 to 5.6 and try to keep runoff 6.5 or below. If gets above 6.5 I flush with at lest 5 gal of 5.6 straight water. If that does not bring it down I give it another 5 gal.
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Day 36 plant #1 is there any sign that she is getting ready to flower?
Feed 128oz / ph5.6 / ppm528
Run off 36oz / ph6.6 / ppm573
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Are these autos or photos?
I veg for 2 months before flowering which gives me roughly 1/2 pound per plant give or take.
There auto white widow
So just let them do their thing. They’ll flower when they’re ready (usually lol).
Look at doing some LST on them which will help yields .
With coco you want your pH to be 5.8 or between 5.6-6.0. Your pH is very high! I would flush with pH 5.5 til runoff is at 6.0 and water/feed with 5.5 til you get down to 5.8 constant.
no 2 strains respond exactly the same some love higher ph some hate it really up to the grower to notice how plant responds