@OrionsCeiling I agree - 2 weeks based on the Grobo schedule!
At least 4 more weeks my man, possibly more. Nice recovery!!!
Update is actually 19 more days of flower per shift schedule. She’s getting sticky.
Not trying to get too far ahead of myself, but when is the best time to start the Grobo Start for the next plant?
Can you dry inside the Grobo with the next seedling in the unit?
You can keep a plant in the grobo start up until late veg preferably!
So if your looking at the shift schedule there is 10 days for germination and another 14 days for early veg before late veg kicks in, giving you 24 days before transplant or longer if your extending early veg stage.
If your using a Auto seed I wouldnt go past germination in the start, 10 days
I transplanted on the 9th day of germination, but I could have waited much longer.
P.s. Dry mode does not work until you end grow, I dont even dry without cleaning the entire unit first! Helps keep your unit in better shape not to dry with dirt, debris, stains etc…
Awesome! Thanks @Bplatinum9!
Hope everyone is well! 15 days of flower left per schedule (aware probably more)
I’ve seen a few people post about mold. Should I be concerned about how crowded it is in the back? Open to any input or suggestions!
Here’s another angle. One more question. The growth in the front middle and back left seem to be lagging much further behind than the rest of the plant. If they don’t catch up by the time the mail colas are ready to harvest, have people had luck harvesting what’s ready and leaving the slower growth in flush for a couple extra weeks?
A staggered harvest is common but when using the Grobo it is assumed you do nog have a provided drying area, so the Grobo is utilized as the drying area.
Given that you have a separate area to dry, it’s very possible that you can do a staggered harvest!
Any thoughts on timing? Buds still aren’t too big/no big colas yet. I extended flower for a week, so current schedule is 2 weeks left in flower and 10 days in flush.
Might be more like 3ish weeks in flower but she’s coming along nicely!
@OrionsCeiling - still think that’s about the right schedule? 2 weeks of flower and 10 days of flush?
Also thanks for always responding!
Good question. I’d wait a week or a week and a half to decide whether to add more. The trichomes are where the decision is usually made!
Do you have your jeweler’s loupe handy?
I feel like a complete idiot because I can’t focus using the Grobo loupe.
I just noticed the stalk split in half at the top. Did a tape job on it, but now worried.
Ok stalk splitting is really normal and happens more often than we think. It might help you out in the long run with trichome development
It’s adjustable. Takes a bit of time to learn to use but you have to find the sweet spot. It’s confusing you’ll figure it out!
@OrionsCeiling does the tape matter?
And trying to figure it out lol
Not exactly the same but basically the same premise. Take a read:
OK. Used a piece of straw to hold it in place… Hopefully the schedule stays in place.
Down to 11 days on the Grobo flower schedule. Don’t see any harm done from the split as yet. Here are a couple close ups of the branches in question.
Thanks everyone and especially @OrionsCeiling !