Pics or it dint happen
Here is a great Veg light for seedlings. Small enough to travel with you when needed too. I bought a second one after trying the first. They work great
Here are the baby’s.
@Cannabian refer to other grow journal, gonna update it in a bit here once I decide to move the crazy big monsters in the shed.
@Not2SureYet that’s good I’ll buy that down the road if need be.
My little last minute light worked for the week and I’m stoked it did cuz it was like I had zero options other Han the hardware store as I flew out of town
Yeah I saw the bush in the window!
I wanna start some new ones too lol
We are growing.
Waiting for the purple kush to come in before I pop more seeds,
Will transplant tomorrow into 5 gallon cloth pots.
@Double11 the autopot guy
Let the games begin!
Nice! Will they stay in those pots permanently?
Well… For their lifetime yes but I hope to re use the pots next grow lkl
Gonna clean the trays today who knows they may be able to be turned on by Sunday morning and if so omg thst would work out sooooo good!
Any bets of if they will be autopot ready come Sunday?
I need to mix up nutrients now
Nice and healthy looking lady’s. I think they will be ready Sunday
I was wondering if you could point me in the direction of understanding why we can have “to much light” for cannabis.
There was study measuring production at different intensity levels and different concentrations of co2, but i don’t remember name of it.
In my own words and understanding, picture cannabis plant as a stool. Then think of all the things it needs as legs to the stool. When all the legs are proper length, the stool is stable. If one leg gets longer than the other stability is reduced. The further the gap becomes the less functional the stool. The relationship to plant and light, more light will need more water, co2, and nutrients. There is also a point where no matter how much of each you can provide the plants will no longer respond to increases. Long before you reach this point, even linear increases to all begin to provide less in return.
You basically have 3 places you can run. At saturation level, which is pretty much saying i don’t care how efficient i am, i need as much weed as this space will produce. At point of diminishing return, this is where you should get most amount of weed at lowest energy usage. Or lower ppfd average than that, which would be leaving reasonable production that the space is capable of. Obviously more complicated than I can type in a couple paragraphs, and reasonable deviation from one space and climate to another is expected. But that is what the studies show in a nutshell.
Douche’ my friend, I couldnt have said it better