This was from a bagseed from my delivery service “exotic shelf”
Looking pretty healthy and thriving id recommend opening her up a bit more with you’re net let some more light in
Thank you, I’ve really been struggling spreading it out. I was hoping to do a better scrog but I’m still learning. I’ll try to spread her out more. I just did a little bit of defoliation and pruning to try to open her up more for better air and light to the buds. I’ll post a photo when I get home so maybe I can get some more input
Also I would love to have some help along the way! This is my first time growing. I have some little gelato seedlings in my other closet they will be put in this tent too. I have a 2 x 4 tent with 2 Viparspectra p600 which I love. They have no built in fans just a very effective heat sink. And I have 2 6 inch fans and one of them is pointed at the lights they stay nice and cool. I don’t have a dehumidifier yet but I was really hoping to learn more about when I should try to reduce the humidity as much as possible during flower to try to increase the resin production! Any input is appreciated!
Beautiful girl you have there
@Gleathers nice work!!! Its looking very healthy! Let us know if you have any questions! Stay Safe and Lit My Friend!!!
I did a lot of pruning, and tied them down on the net once lights came on. These will be perked up in a couple hours and ready for a day of oxygen! I also moved on of my small fans into the opposite corner of the tent on the floor, so there’s all kinds of good air flowing up through her leaves trying to spread her out like someone said. @Medicated1 @Ah-hee @The1stTimer let me know if you guys think I need more adjusting??did I prune too much?
There ya go good shit haha use that grid to youre advantage and just take it slow and stead
@Gleathers nice work!!! I personally think u did just the right amount of defoil. You will know when its time to do it again just keep an eye on your plant and “listen” to it! Looking great my friend!! Stay Safe and Lit My Friend!!
nice, I’m just scrounging, my plants for the first time. Growing the girls is always a learning experience
Definitely nice and strong she’s ready to pack on some nice chunky buds
That girl will fill in and up in no time. Nice work boss!
Thank you!! @Medicated1 This is my first cannabis plant ever!! I’ve already always grown succulents and house plants, but this is by far the best I have ever grown any plant!!! She is so fun to grow!!
I let her dry out for a day to get some oxygen to those roots!!! I added a little bit of Fox Farms Ocean forest on top to put in a little extra nitrogen for this phase as I transition to bloom nutrients!!! I gave her a nice helping of some tiger bloom and a little bloom booster!!! She looks happier than ever and the new soil really makes her look nice and healthy. She had a nice little shower with it on her sermons too because they all had some damage from me trying to to the “plant chiropractic” thing and I accidentally cracked a lot of her stems . But she has treated me very well!!! Always bounces back stronger after prunes, defoliation, and some tough training!!! I love her . Thank you guys for watching and throwing in your 2 cents I really I love it all. THIS IS MY VERY FIRST TRY! And I would like to humbly say that I’m not doing too bad @Ah-hee @Dreamer @The1stTimer @Medicated1
Should I be trying to reduce the humidity a lot yet? In between 1 and 2 weeks of the first week of 12/12. I want to use the really low humidity technique to increase thc… and if you guys no any other tricks I would love to hear them please!!! Anyone reading!! @Ah-hee @Dreamer @The1stTimer @Medicated1
@Gleathers she’s a beauty alright!!! Keep up the good work! These plants bounce back from a lot a little crack won’t hurt it. On my outdoor girls I’ve had to patch them up with string and duck tape; all I was able to save and harvest! Stay Safe and Lit My Friend!!!
@Gleathers you do want to keep humidity down as you approach flower and will want to in flower especially. High humidity can cause many issues with your plants, nutrient absorption issues, bud rot, etc. None of which you want, always getting the humidity on track as you head to flower