An HLG 260XL has been added - this thing is sick. I think I’m 100% going to be getting another quantum board to fill it out. I really hope I maximize it’s usage even though it’s my first run, I’d rather learn and fail towards efficiency I think… though any harvested medicine is kind of needed as well.
The new girls are taking off… They popped their domes (their leaves were pushing against them). I’ve arraigned it so that Esther, a GDP, is under the exhaust setup because she’ll probably be the shortest, though at 60" I’m sure my max light height is going to limit all of these plants, especially poor Caprica 6, a Purple Haze.
She looks good but Athena, a Purple Kush, actually looks like she has some kind of issue.
I’m referring to those little yellow spots, what do you all think? She’s also got some taco leaves.
Esther hasn’t been watered since 10/8. I have a soil moisture probe now but it was really cheap. It’s been bordering on dry/moist for the last 4 days. Today I gave her about 3/4 a solo cup of distilled water in a zig - zag pattern along the perimeter of the container. I sprayed her a little bit as well. I also misted the topsoil of the two new plants now that they’re without their domes.
There are some gnats here and there. I recently picked up some jack’s dead bug so I’m going to get that ready and murder them like the scum that they are. No mercy.
It’s such a personal thing to watch the plants grow, I’m really enjoying this, I hope I’m not stressing them out too much. I have to think the two newer ones have progressed so much quicker that they’re hopefully enjoying life. When the roots start really showing on the sides/bottom I’ll get their containers ready. I’m wondering if there’s much of a difference between a 3 or a 5 gallon? Esther is in a 3 gallon and I have a few more of them so I’d like to use them, maybe next time I’ll go bigger.
I hope you’re having a good day.