Hello Everybody & Greetings.,
I’ve been reading some of the threads on the forum with gusto and I’ve learned quite a bit already.
You have a very nice community here, very cool place and figured I’d post some info on my grow rather than start asking random questions.
It being my first grow I know I’ll have some questions and from reading some of the threads this seems the best way to go. I’ll go into detail as to why I chose these particular strains but I wont bore you with that for now.
Here are my strains…
BIG BUD, BLACKBERRY KUSH, WHITE WIDOW & MANGO KUSH, (the last two for fun) all photo from ILGM.
I started by purchasing and reading a copy of 7 steps to growing cannabis and have been reading a lot of the threads here which have been very informative, thank you.
I like to be proactive rather than start asking questions once the proverbial shit has hit the fan.
Knock on wood everything is going ok (I think) so far.
Here are a few of the questions I’ve been pondering, and I know I’m probably getting a little ahead of myself but thats just my MO.
1 - Is it ok to feed CalMag at every watering, unlike nutes?
2 - I’m using Fox Farm products, soil & nutes. I’ve read that with this system one doesnt have to do the
Big Flush two weeks prior to harvesting, is that true, I dont mind either way just want to know.
I’m going for quality rather than quantity (though that’s welcomed). But mainly I dont want my harvest to have that Nasty Harsh quality when indulging in it.
3 - I know about the Trichomes, can they be used as an indicative as to when to cut out all the nutrients and possibly Flush the plants again with the two week thing in mind?.
Thank you all in advance.
This one was taken Oct. 2nd and I just realized only Big Bud (bottom right pic) is in the 5gal. The others were still in the 1gal. BB has always been ahead of the game, (first to transplant, LST, Top etc), gotta slow her down a bit, she is the Big Bud kinda Gal after all, if all the stories are true?! ;o).
This one was taken Oct. 7th
This last one was taken today Oct. 9th.