Jack herer auto closet grow


#1

Hi all. My name is Twitch due to me having tourettes syndrome. New to growing indoors and that. I had a few outdoor plants in south africa. Living in the uk I scaled down to a closet. It’s a budget grow.
1x gentlemans closet. free
1x lead light + bulb. £4.
1x roll of silver roll. Free
1x computer fan. Free
1x broken USB cable. Free with phone.

That’s my grow.
I planted my seeds on the 28 march. Just over two weeks ago. I will keep my journal going until harvest. Thanks all.


#2

Welcome to the forum @Twitch
If i can be of assistance tag me by adding @ symbol in front of my user name like i did to yours above


#3

Thanks @Countryboyjvd1971. Could you tell me at what stage to feed my plants nutes? I forgot to mention that I’m growing in soil.


#4

Welcome to the forum @Twitch! Do those nutes have a soil schedule because it looks like they are made for coco medium. Let me know if I can help as well.


#5

Welcome to the forum, @Twitch. If you ever need help, just ask


#6

The nutes are used in both coco and soil. I read somewhere that if the leaves lighten in colour it’s usually a nute deficiency. Is this correct?


#7

Thanks @raustin


#8

It could be, or it could be the ph is off and the roots can’t access certain nutrients and elements.


#9

Thanks @MattyBear


#10

Love the name @Twitch Welcome to the forum. Lots of good folks here to help you along the way!


#11

Cool set up
Happy growing and welcome to the community


#12

Thanks @Growit


#13

Does she look healthy?


#14

I’ve named her Megan Rose


#15

I’m thinking of changing my grow medium from soil to coco. I’m starting to think that it can’t handle the tomato potting soil. Any thoughts?


#16

Lookin good man thanks for the updates
Keep showing her the love and she will show it right back


#17

Not too much eh, or you could rape her(if you know what I mean)


#18

@SmoknGranny this is my budget grow. Let me know if you need help. My grow cost me £4.


#19

Thanks for tagging me over @Twitch I love your setup. I’m assuming that the “tomato” soil you are using has some time-release fertilizer in it. The general consensus here is that might be a problem. But your seedling looks better than my current experiment :blush:
I’m also thinking you will need to add some more lights. Please keep in mind that I am learning myself so I’m gonna tag @dbrn32 for his take on this.
I’m also thinking about ph. You might want to read up about that and obtain a ph meter.
I think you have the right ideas overall but may need some tweaking. I’m far from being an expert & hesitant to give much advice. Keep reading here and elsewhere & asking questions :+1: and I will definitely follow along for the ride. Thanks for inviting me :hugs:


#20

@SmoknGranny is correct. You’ll have s hard time growing out a plant with a single bulb like that. Perhaps if you added more of them when your plants get a little bigger. If that’s a standard led bulb, the diffusers can usually be popped or cut off to help a little.