Fiz's Second Grow - LSD Auto triplets

Yeah, it’s about time. I should have taken pictures when I did it.

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Interesting, all set to watch this grow. I have the grow dots & the “autoflower living soil for my next grow. I have a lot of seeds to get rid of. Curious how many additives there will be. I’ll be experimenting :face_with_monocle: :v: :raising_hand_woman:t2:

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You’re putting all 3 in 1 pot?

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Sorry! “them” refers to Grow Dots. Each seed has it’s own cozy pot. :wink:

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I get a lot of ideas from the fine folk here. I’m still a greenhorn.

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Thanks for the name @Fiz

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thank you for the tag, I’m excited for this grow. you’re going to do great.

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What did you do as far as trimming before you hung her?

Thanks for explaining the method to me! Look at how tiny the 2 gallon looks.

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I hung her untrimmed. I had done defoliation on her last week before harvest. Lots of sugar leaves really glittering, so I’m saving those for edibles.
Harvest day.


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Welcome aboard! I am excited too - and I hope everything goes smoothly.

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it will, you got the skills

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Thank you! That’s very kind of you to say.

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So, the new cheap seeds arrived today, and they sent me 10 instead of 6. I’ve been hitting the shop from home lottery lately!

Something called Blueberry Glue Auto. Maybe once Lucy is done I can pop one in the 2x2. I ordered 3 gal pots this week.

I’m losing my mind looking at all the kinds of coco, so perhaps it’s time to ask here?
First, what size bricks are best for small pots? And what’s a good, clean pre-buffered brand? I don’t think my hands are up to chiseling up an 11 lbs brick, honestly.

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Lord I don’t miss those blizzard’s. I was born and raised in the Garden State (Somerset County)

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Canna Coco. I cannot say enough good things about it.

It is SO easy to use. It rehydrates easily, like within seconds. You can break it apart to only hydrate as much as you need with just a little bit of effort. 2 bricks (what comes in this pack by default) filled 2x5gal pots, a 3gal pot, and a one gal pot with a bit leftover.

I used Mother Earth coco when I ran out of Canna and wanted to die. It was tough, fibrous, too dense, rehydrated poorly, and really seemed like it needed perlite mixed in. The Canna Coco is light and fluffy, I’ve never been stressed about overwatering with it.

Edit to say: I accidentally hydrated too much, dumped the excess back in the bag they provide - and it dried back out and rehydrated again :100: just fine when I went to use it about three days ago.

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Excellent! This was just the information I was looking for. Thank you!

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1/29 Nothing much happening in the tents as expected. I changed intake fans on the big tent back to the 100 CFM. I’ll hold back on the 400 until the plants are growing and I need more light in the tent. Holding at 10 DLI for now, and the temp is in the low 70s.

Lucy is at 25% moisture this morning, taken at a few buds. Some of the “lower” buds - now hanging at the top - are a bit drier. Considering taking lower branches off and drying them separately.

In the meantime, there’s at least 8 inches of snow out there, and still snowing so I know what I’m going to be doing today. Shoveling, ugh!

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@Twelve1 Here’s the smoke report from my Afghan growing buddy. I finally persuaded him to try Darsadeen.

As for quality, I would call her a very pleasant smoke and a very pleasant and mellow high. I love her. When she is ready I will send you some for you to judge, but I would call this righteous weed.

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So am I! I learn through this forum.

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