Used distilled water. In an open room kept at 69-70F. Seeds were through True North. So excited to finally get started!
Awesome, you are set up for success brother! Look forward to watching your grow .
I’m stoked, had some billing issues through True North initially as I’ve had my Grobo for almost a month now. But I’m so stoked! This is one of my favorite strains. Up there with Gelato 33. Hopefully the provided Grobo recipe and the Grobo itself makes it less of a finicky strain than I’ve read about.
Nice to have ya! Do yourself a major favor before you get started and pull you machine away from the wall so you have some nice air flow. will be happy congrats…
The picture is kinda deceiving, but there’s about 6" of space behind it. Do you think it needs more?
Day 4: She’s Alive!
No looks good…
She is alive!!!
((#ItIsAlive)): (Congratulations): ()
(Focus on the new growth): (To help with the [coco-pod] dampness maybe drop your extra fan down a little in your unit): (You can push the [coco-pod up just a little]):
(She can recover from this): (You could put the water level down to the 2nd water sensor [If it isn’t there already]):
Good work buddy! Your pod is looking very wet (over saturated), this can cause problems in the near future. Does it feel wet to the touch? Can you peek under the lid and let me know if the bottom of the pod is physically touching the water? The top of your pod should only be slightly moist to the touch and the bottom of the pod should be hovering slightly above the water (not touching). Also have you by chance been spraying or pouring water onto your plant/pod from above? If so, you’ll want to stop doing so as well.
I was a little concerned about it… not touching water, but looks a little too moist. Like the bottom of the pod will drip water when I first lift it up. I’ll take new pics when I get home!
My guess is my water level is probably too high then.
Does look a lot more dry in that pic should be fine. Maybe put a mini fan in your unit if you haven’t already done so to help stir the air.
Oh good call! I think I have some old PC fans that should be easy to attach and have thin wires.
For now point them away from the plant and let them move air, in a few weeks you will want to start a light breeze blowing directly at the plant which you will want to keep going throughout the entire grow. I use on small mini fan hung with magnetic hooks above the canopy and 2 small adjustable fans below the plant. They like a nice breeze!
Still a bit concerned about moisture… gonna get a fan today. Leaves don’t look as turgid as I would have expected them to be. Could be me haha.
Maybe? Great word…turgid…
Lol, the only time I used it was in science classes describing level of hydration/rigidity of plant cells lol. But it’s also fun to use in general haha.
It’s a turgid day!!!
Did d I use that right???