Grand daddy purple 2nd try scrog


#1

I Germinated a seed yesterday it popped open today so im under way again im going to try staying on top of this Journal better then i have been trying to keep it really detailed from watering/feeding schedule light schedule height ph and run off ppms everything i can


#2

Seed ilgm grand daddy purple fem
Soil as of now pro-mix with coast of Maine Lobster compost may go with ffof later in the grow
Pot seeding pot with glass mason jar as dome going up to 7gallon fabric pot
Light hlg-600 about 26inches from seeding
Rh 70% temp 80-82
Any other questions feel free to ask



#3

@Johnzy81 @Nug-bug @Covertgrower @raustin @Justgrowin @Drinkslinger @dbrn32 @Myfriendis410 @Sasquatch @SmoknGranny


#4

Awe, it’s a new baby. Good luck with her.


#5

I just started an ilgm GDP, (I dropped 2 but one never sprouted). I’m about 10 days ahead of you.


#6

I’m excited for you and thanks for the tag :hugs:


#7

Didnt get a tag but i know a grow worth stalking now :popcorn: and :zipper_mouth_face:


#8

Lmfao Sorry @PurpNGold74 it will only let me tag 10 tried tagging u


#9

8-6 drop seed
8-7 tail sprouted put in soil
8-8 emerged from soil
8-9



#10

8-20 I transplanted her lastnite forgot to get a picture of her in her new home did get a picture of her roots tho


#11

We want seedling porn! :joy::joy::joy:


#12

Wow, sounds great. I’m new to this grow stuff myself. And like you I chose the Grandaddy Purple strain. I had germinated mine only seed I had and it has been about a month to now to be able to see this young lady start her grow life. In the beginning after seed popped and first ray of plant coming up an inch or so I actually thought I kill it. I was told to pull the little petals off gently. Not the leafs but the others as not to let them take much plant energy toward the growth process. So I did. First one came off no problem an second one as I gently pulled up, and I almost accidentally put a tear in the main stem. (great!!!). So I quickly put a small piece of clear tape around the stem and pray for the best. I don’t know but seemed it definitely too some shock on that one but here a pic for about three weeks later. Last two days I can see a quick growth cycle coming on. Using fox farms ocean soil and about to start some NPK starting today. Like I said I’m new so I guess I’ll learn as I go an hope to get some decent lill return my one and only grow


#13

FFOF is already hot. I really really recommend you start very lightly (20% of manufacturing recommendations) with her. She should have more then enough nutes in the soil to around 5-6 weeks of veg. But if you have to feed her make sure not too much. N if her tips burn dont feed again for a while

Also in the immortal words of one of my fellow growers… ‘pH is the root of all evil’. Save urself a headache n invest in a GOOD pH meter (with calibration solutions and pH up n down)


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#15

I think it maybe time to transplant her again already


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#17

@Newb1, wow, she’s looking really good so far! I’ll be watching :slight_smile:

Unfortunately, I seriously stunted my seedling with light intensity burn on the first set of single finger leaves but she’s been recovering well. Feel free to follow as well:

See you around!


#18

My rule of thumb is that when the seedlings leaves reach the edge of the pot it’s time to transplant.


#19

Yes, time to transplant again.


#20

Dang I just went back to see when I transplanted her last time it was 5 days ago she is growing nicely now she is now in her final home 7 gallon fabric pot with ffof