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Thanks for posting. The problem was that i had the lighting system turning on for a half an hour during the dark hours. My plants are now nearing maturity and the yield has been dramatically reduced. A big lesson has been learned through this grow.
The pots are 15.5 litre fabric. through both veg and flower i did only water on average once every 5 days. Would anyone say this is a novice mistake? @Bluntsmoke@jackowhee@Myfriendis410 Please advise me on watering.
I didn’t look at the date of your original question. I’ve tried to bring winter crops to harvest in NI and it’s tough. Probably the reason for low yields is the low-temperature swing when the lights go off.
Cannabis does not grow like weeds in the north of Ireland for a reason.
The climate and latitude.
Plant some seeds tomorrow/today (17th March] along with your first early spuds and water with the foam from your first glass of the day. St. Patrick will look after the rest!
My mom’s birthday; she’s gone now but we prepare a meal in remembrance of her.
Lots of things can cause plants to have reduced uptake of moisture: VPD is out of range, light intensity too low to support high metabolism, poor root development etc. Ideally your plants would be needing water daily or nearly every day, in soil, in mid flower. As an example I had a small ebb and flow tray going that burned through 2 gallons per day in flower.
I’m in Donegal and yeah it can be hard with cold temperatures. But i do ok in terms of yield and that allows me to smoke freely throughout the summer months. I will start again in about a month and this time i will do an autoflower run. Big love to your mum, i recently lost my dad and know the pain you feel
@Bluntsmoke@jackowhee@Myfriendis410 Could any of you guys recommend an extraction fan for me? I need something that is capable of extracting air at 500+m3/h. It would need to be as quiet as possible as my bedroom is next door to my grow room.
The A/C Infinity Cloudline is the quietest commercially available fan you can get. I put a 10" one in my old house to solve a crawlspace ventilation issue and set up the controller. Until it got to about 6 on the controller you couldn’t hear it.