Looking way better already. Take this chance to push your pod up about 1" @Arn , make her work a little bit to get to the water.
I too wanted to do that, but the taproot came out right on the side of the lid instead on going down the middle of the coco pod, I don’t wanted to break it while doing so.
I’m drying it with a paper towel a couples time a day for now, and with the fan indirect airflow, it’ll soon be almost dry at the top.
Everything is going perfectly this time arround, the 3rd set of leaves is on it’s way, so I decided to create a timelapse for the entire grow.
I installed a logitech c920 inside connected to a raspberry pi, taking a picture every 5mn, should be exiting to watch
Aside from that, it’ll also be usefull to compare how she get stunted when I trim leaves in different stages !
I’m in love with how vibrant she can get with all those green tint
Definitely not dark green and crispy like before
Got 5 finger on the second set of true leaves, it does feel like I’m groing a completely different strain
Does any of you know how to resolve this issue ? a bit annoying to remember to skip a stage each time. I’m using the recipe Banana Kush photo from white label
Also, happy plant as always
Submit a ticket to support. They’ll get you sorted out.
Sent a ticket yesterday, and they solved it the same day, again, amazing support work on the grobo team, you guys are the best.
Late veg started yesterday, just shy of 25 days now, just waiting for the grow tip to get a bit larger before I top her
Same strain, same stage :
You’re getting good at this @Arn
Thanks, I’m loving that I don’t have to do much, And I’m glad that I won’t have to delay transition as much as the last one.
She’s clearly been really effective at recovering from me cuttting her head down
Did you see my month-long flowering time lapse from my tent grow @Arn
I couldn’t find it, but it’ll be cool to campare with what I’ll end up with, as I plan to time-lapse the entire grow!
I initially wanted to trim fan leaves to open up the light, but considering that everything is extremely healthy, i decided to try out some leaf tucking techniques.
Stems from the first node where already trying to poke through the top fan leaves, so I helped her a bit, was it a good idea? Trying to minimise stress as much as I can on this one!
30 days old, 1GB of photos, filling up nicely !
Slight change of plan, I’m away for 10 days. I got a friend for the d/f and top ups but no one to trim anything.
I went ahead a cleaned all the bottom fan leaves as well as training branches to spread the canopy. Every top site is now expose so I should be set for a while, hopefully I’ll be back on time to clean her up before transition.
I got 12 branches at the moment, would you guys recommend pruning the least vigorous ones when I return or before I leave?
I’d like to get around 7 or 8 before transitioning, maybe 2 now and another 2 in 10 days ?