Only advice I can give… Keep doing what you’re doing!! Looks good!!
Day 21, I left for a few days for travel, making sure the temp and humidity was good and came home to this. Growing like weeds!
No real advice to give. If you aren’t already hammering them with light, you definitely can. My Mephistos always enjoy lots of light and get scary big.
Far left is Mango Smile - everything else hanging is a few different photoperiods run in about the same timeframe (on 12/12 from seed to harvest)
With photos you do 18/6 until you’re ready to flower? 12/12 you can do from beginning to end? Seedling to harvest?
Seems a little N overloaded. Anything unusual or change in your routine?
No, not really. The ppm was 498. Should I just water this evening with no nutrients?
How’s your pot feel when you try to lift it? Nice and light?
Yes! It definitely needs watered.
I’d water good and heavy with some Recharge, or other microbes (fish shit, Tribus, great white, billions, photosynthesis plus, etc). Be sure the water is pH’d to 6.5 on the money - if you have to add a little nutes to get above 100ppms to pH the water, I’d add something with P& K but no N.
I just watered them and they were both in the 900s at runoff. I should probably just feed water for a bit, huh?
This is the 4th week for both of them.
@Graysin what do you think?
6.2 ph, 272 ppm
6.13 ph, 475 ppm
I can’t figure out why they look odd to me. Maybe just their phenotype expression but something about em seems droopy.
They are ready for food again, though, PPMs below 500 sounds like dinner time.
Right?! Something does seem weird about them, but they’re ph’ed and now their numbers are ready for a feeding. Plus, they are growing good. Oh, well.
I feel like they are pretty good sizes for being on the 5th week. I don’t know.
They are a good size. It’s really just their droopiness that has me puzzled. If they seem happy and the root zone is getting microbes once a week or so, I think all we can do is wonder and just let ‘em do their thing. Good growth and signs that they’re eating indicates happy plants generally.