Yeah the Cherry is just covered with trichs, even the fan leaves are sticky. Temps are 78-79F with lights on and 65-66 during dark cycle.
Man those are some long pistils! Beautiful plants
That’s beautiful @Hellraiser just beautiful!! I don’t think I’ve seen that level of frost so early in flowering yet I think that is amazing!!!
Here’s a closeup of a bud on the plant that was pollinated, very obvious the pollination was successful at this point with the swelled up calyxes, she’s pregnant.
Looking real good there.
Amazing. Well played sir!
What else would you expect outta that guy!![quote=“Zee, post:996, topic:67210, full:true”]
Hmm jacks plant looks a bit nicer but the AN plant looks to have more bud sites. Nice looking grow tho as always
That’s what I say
@Hellraiser ,Could you help me understand how to lower the EC?
I am thinking just adding more water to the already mixed nutes.
Sure, just add water to dilute the mixed nutes to the desired EC.
Thanks for your input. I did a water only feeding and the plants got that vibrant green back. You are a master boss man
@Hellraiser when you have your final scrog setup for flowering, do you have your trays sitting at an angle to help you get the runoff out ?
Yes, they’re sitting at a slight angle so I can get most of the runoff from the front of the tray.
I put one of these under the trays near the back
Day 38 of flowering, cranking up the lights a little, hitting 1200 average umols across the canopy, for a DLI of 51.84 with HLG 550 rspec at 480 watts and HLG 260 at 240 watts for 740 watts + the 60 watts of UVA for 800 total watts with lights about 26" above canopy. Will see how they take it.
Most of them are showing roots (or at least nubs) at this point, been 10 days in the cloner. I will be planting them next weekend.
I noticed even though you use the cloner , you still cut tour branches at a 45 degree angle. Is that just cause you’ve always done that, like force of habit? Or does it help with the roots
Yeah just habit, I don’t even think about it, makes no real difference in rooting performance.