GG is thick green leaves in the bud, thin yours out,. dont want mold. Plus those leaves are blocking prime bud sites. Let that fatten up. The rest look good. Small trim still but otherwise happy and healthy. Starting to get frosty i can see
Thanks the smell is ridiculous as soon as u walk up on the tent
Thanks bro witch one u mean not the one with the orange hairs right the other one
First photo. each top of the bud has 2 major fan leaves, rip em out. That will open up about 50% more light to the top 2 inches of bud. Please make your ladies thicc bro! please
Right on bro going back to the lab now I’ll have an updated photo for u in a lil
Still half a dozen id remove but i think she looks good. Lots of light now!
Yup, agree again with @Todd.grobo. The more I grow, the more aggressive I trim.
Ok great so is ok to give them another cutt or just let them rest
That’s your call on re-trimming but make sure not to go too heavy don’t wanna stunt her while she’s swelling.
With that said they all look FROSTYYYY
super excited man I will be going back in just got to wait till tonight but that’s what I’m trying not to do is put her under stress at this crucial time but I do see a lot that need to go as well
Quick question u know so much about water stuff do u know anything about pool water I’m tired of driving back an forth to my local pool store it’s about a thirty min drive but this is my current situation if u do know
I test and adjust my pool water myself…
You need to know how much water your pool holds… Also do you have a way to test it?
I have 2 tools
Best unit for the price… Still not super cheap
I have this also kickass good but $$$
Waterlink has software you input all your pool data then it tests the water then it tell you what you need to add to get to recommended level…
ALK is normally 80 to 120 ppm
Ph Recommended range 7.2‐7.8
Free Chlorine, Total Chlorine 1.0 to 3.0 I prefer closer to 1.0
@Mpower11 has all the toys
@Wake I learned a long time ago you can only count on yourself if you want the Job correctly… I try to be self sufficient as much as possible.
I have my ph meter will that work for now
Believe it why u think I hit my bro up I said he knows to much about water he got to have a pool
Problem is just knowing your Ph doesn’t help. Adjusting your Ph Will also adjust your alkalinity. alkalinity and pH work hand-in-hand one counters the other. Without knowing your pH alkalinity and chlorine levels I wouldn’t be much help to you those would be the minimum requirements to adjust a pool.
All i see is a hockey rink 8 months a year… waste of space… rofl