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Old 10-06-2008, 07:22 PM
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100 days m8 ya got more patience than dr dre
i'm sure you'll do her proud
yeah i remember your disaster when on yer hols...hopefully that's a first and last

mine's ok but i'm sure i've ballsed it up...time will tell i guess
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Old 10-06-2008, 11:04 PM
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I had missed this, sorry mate. Ignore what I wrote in my text, lOL.

When l33t says constant feed he means, rather than a scheme of say feed 1.4 ec then water, then water, then feed, then water etc. Its best to give a constant feed on a lower dose on every watering. So basically ensure what you feed them the last time is what you feed them the next. Accounting for minor alterations as the plants matures.

Looking tops man!
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Old 10-07-2008, 07:23 PM
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Well im hoping that in flower the RH will change, at the moment its pissin down outside and the window is open in the growroom and its still 21% RH

I put a sopping wet towel on a pot saucer in there yesterday to try and raise it but it hasn't done diddly squat, me thinks a humidifier is well in order, they had advertised in the recent Urban Grower mag so im gonna check out the link.
Well for it to actually work you will need to hang one or few big towels in the growroom like clothes that are drying . But if you have too many watts well you may need to get a humidifier then.

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As for the resin glistening on all the stems, even the fan leaf stems, well as you are aware i've not even started flowering yet so to see this is leaving me with a stirring in the ol' groin area, then again it could be my hernia moving about, lol.

Quick question L33t, when is the best time to take cuts from the Nev, am i better off doing it before i go 12/12 or will it be ok to do it 2 weeks into 12/12, i know it takes a while for flowers to start forming on sat's so i shouldn't see it being a problem

If you want to take cuts in flowering they will root as easily as if you had taken them in veg as long as you take them within the first 3-5 weeks max of 12/12.basically the earlier the better so they revert to full veg mode easier .
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Old 10-07-2008, 08:17 PM
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Cheers Herbie & L33t for clearing them things up for me.

I wasn't going to do any more updates due to the lights coming on and going off when im asleep, and pics taken with hps on are crap but i had a fiddle about with my cam and managed to get some half decent pics, plus i needed to show a bit of leaf damage, im pretty sure some of the damage is mag def but the other is environment cos 1 of my cheese has exactly the same damage on a few of the leaves.

Moved the lights further away and temps have dropped dramatically and RH has gone up to 40ish.

Watered her tonight at 1.1ec and ph6 and my run off came out at 1.0 and ph6 which im chuffed about

The leaf damage, 1st 2 mag def, last 2 el scorchio
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Old 10-07-2008, 08:23 PM
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Some more pics of the big Nev, 72hrs til 12/12

If anybody can see anything im doing wrong them chime in, this scrog business is new to me
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Old 10-07-2008, 08:30 PM
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My baby Nev and my 3 Cheese, baby Nev seems to be struggling, think she needs a good feed to get the root zone around 0.8-10ec, run off coming out at 0.6 and my background is 0.4ec

Couple of pics of the Cheese leaf damage aswell, basically the Cheese have a 600w to themselves and the 2 Nev's have a 600w to themselves also, ill piss in my pants if i can pull off 300g's of Nev's
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Old 10-07-2008, 08:35 PM
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Re-veg in motion, don't ya just love how they produce these leaves, almost look seashell like
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Old 10-07-2008, 08:38 PM
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all looks good stacks, your scrog looks better than mine

could be way off but are the rusty spots something to do with calcium def??

..or as u say just too hot?? lol

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Old 10-07-2008, 08:44 PM
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all looks good stacks, your scrog looks better than mine

could be way off but are the rusty spots something to do with calcium def??

..or as u say just too hot?? lol

atb
I think its the high temps and low RH m8 and the leaf temperature inside is soaring, could be way off the mark, hoping somebody can put their finger on it but as i say the cheese has it too thats why i think its environment.
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Old 10-07-2008, 09:01 PM
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lol yeah i only noticed you say the cheese had it after i posted

i reckon you're on it
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