Midwest's 2021 Bubblegum Grow

I like to drive PPM down to ~300 just before harvest. It only takes a few days after a final flush to get colors like this.

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cool, that is great to know. the water i’m using is over 500ppm so i don’t know what to do about that.

Distilled or RO water works well for minimizing PPM. I usually use Sledgehammer and then follow that with 10 gallons of RO (in a 10 gallon pot.)

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Anything that goes into plant is there for good. Just because someone let’s their leaves go to necrosis doesn’t remove nitrogen from their plants. The state of the leaves that most are cutting off and tossing isn’t critical to condition of your finished product in terms of buds.

There is plenty of justification into not overfeeding your plants in this too.

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i hope i don’t have to go that route, but will if i have to. i am getting ph up around 7.2 on all plants in my QB flower tent and that is why i’m getting all yellow leaves. the runoff in the LEC tent where the plants are 15 days of flower was 6.6 on runoff and i’m going to try to fix that by watering at 5.5ph going in. i have never flushed my plants and i will take that on if i can’t get the plants to straighten out by lowering the ph going in.

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Flowers are now so heavy that I had to prop a couple of them up using yoyos. Only a few days to harvest now. Cloudy, but am looking for a bit of amber.

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looks great bud!

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Anticipation! Let’s go, girlie.

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Harvest day! Had quite a bit of amber when I checked this morning so I chopped her.

The group pics are in a 22" seedling tray base.

Raw harvest

With a rough trim

A nice bud.

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great job, congrats on your harvest!

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Looks like some nice bud. Chop day is always my favorite

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Awesome bud, congrats!

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Magnificent!

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