Should I turn digital ballast all the way up???! Super lumens??
I’m not to sure @dbrn32 would be more helpful with that
Yeah I need to get back on track for a shroom grow, just have a lot of other things going on but I still want to do it.
@Hellraiser look what I just got
Promised my bro-in-law I would wait til tomorrow to eat it with him when he eats his
Which bulb are you using and how close is it?
@patchman I’m sorry been busy. Its a killoat meter
@hellraiser No rush. Just Let me know
That’s a solo???
Lol no he cut a cup and put it around the stalk.
600w mh I got with ipower set up about 24 in away
Yes they also just came out from under a weak led i think that might have been making them stretch
Don’t use super lumens setting. That will shorten bulb life.
So not feeding every day you see effects. Mine in coco I’ve been worried about feeding everyday bc they are young. The one seems to droop when I don’t feed. Looks like over watering effect when I was in soil. But this is my first coco grow. Lights just came on.
Should I keep mother in soil or is coco ok?
You could do either. Soil is probably slower growth and less maintenance, most would consider more ideal for a mother plant.
That looks like overwatering
so whats going on over here? somehow this got unfollowed. whats going on @ash93
@Jackie_Daytona been working behind the scenes a little bit but still taking care of my girls. Heres an update though:
They all got transplanted on the 15th in the am so around 4 days ago.
Lights are at 23 inches away at 250w
Lowest temp at 17C during night time and highest is 23-25C while lights are on.
Lowest RH is 43% and highest is 53%
They all got watered today in the bathtub and based on runoff I just plan my next step. The aficionado will be fed next time and the dominion will be watered. I water/feed every other day based on how light the pots get.
Been trying not to stress too much and keep it zen so ive been letting them be and if I see signs I investigate rather than keeping an eye on them every second haha.
They got defoliated today. Here’s how they look:
Filling out well, looking healthy