@SeaSeaside_guy1thank you the temp stays around 77 and humidity around 30 to 40%do you think it is warm enough?
Perfect temps. I normally run 77-82 and get great plants. Humidity isn’t terrible and it will bounce up and down with watering.
I’m in Mich, the 30 degree outside air coming in is keeping it down too, thanks for the vote of confidence, I was wondering if the cooler air was going to hold back growth. I have an auto tent going also, I have the exhaust fan on a controller, and have it turned down to almost nothing, but enough. That tent I’m trying to keep at 78 degrees and 40 to 50 % humidity. Its difficult to control with out the humidity controller - that will be my next purchase, for now I have the filter coming on for 30min off for 15
Sounds to me like your game plan is solid.
Moving to Indiana in northern area close to michigan. Neighbor lol
Sweet ,thank you. I have added 1 a week to the auto tent, hopefully goes as planned.
So you wont be seaside any more,lol.welcome to the midwest! Hot humid summers and cold dry winters😂thank goodness for tents
Looks great! Keep’em growing!
Thank you @Covertgrower
Found some domes on Amazon and they have been one of the best purchases so far. Plenty of room for her to grow in a hot and humid environment without having to change the entire tent to reach max humidity.
Good morning, @Konflict, those dome are a great idea , I constructed some 2litre makeshift domes til I can order some!
Lol I still have all of my creations. 2L pop bottles works and if you need a little more room. The Hawaiian Delight Jugs will give you tons of room but those domes are like a penthouse suit
Good morning @Konflict , are those the large domes? I looked them up theres a pretty good selection. I found 10 in. In diameter, I’m think that will work. I just added 2 babies to my autos tent . I’m excited to try the new sledgehammer flush I just got, for my 5 week old, do I flush autos just like photos?is that a silly question?
Personal call again. Idk anything about sledgehammer and you have to be careful with autos. The ones I have done only stay in veg for 3-4 weeks. You stress her into shock and you run the risk of a small plant and small yield. I’d get someone’s opinion that grows more autos and see if they flush autos. I assume you are talking about flushing out nutrients from veg cycle to introduce bloom nutes?
Yes, well I flushed her yesterday using 1/2 strength nutes as last gallon
Looks good. And that’s normal for them to droop at the end of the light period. They are tired and have put in a good days work
Todays pic ,shes just shooting up,like a rocket! Preflower and stretching is that good?20200128_093243|375x500
Also normal for them to be droopy after flushing because essentially they have been severely overwatered!