This is my second grobo grow. Hopefully it’s a good yeild!
Back in the game!
Haha yeah man. My last grow took about 170 days with lots of high stress training so this grow I’m going to do as little lst as I can. At least the seed popped so I can begin early veg soon. Thanks for looking out I’ll hopefully keep adding pics to this thread and seek out to you guys for questions and such
Just gonna keep adding pics as my phases go by just so I can use it as a log to look back on. So today is day one of early veg. Just letting grobo do all the work until late veg…
My understanding is bottom leaves browning is ok, as long as new growth is still looking good. If the bottoms get too bad, cut em off.
I would go through all the usual checks/environment and take a peak at root health. Biggest culprit could be your ec and ph. New growth looks good though.
Oh I just saw your temp/RH - that’s a little high and RH is a little low for this period. This would cause your plant to drink more water so u just make sure u top her off regularly. Normally I would recommend dropping your EC a tad to help your plant drink a little more.
My temp is usually in the 60’s and the humidity in the 55% range. So I turn a heater on behind my unit for a couple of hours to bring the heat up and that’s when I took this picture.
So should I send in a ticket and have them check my numbers?
This resembles pH fluctuations or out of range. Do you happen to have a handheld pH meter that you can test your water with? I’d suggest submitting a ticket and if you have calibration on hand running a health check/calibration of your pH probe.
So everything has been going good since I recalibrated my pH probe. Now I’m in late veg and wondering if I should wait till every cola is above the top fan or just a few? What do you people think??
I would switch now. She’s definitely of size and looking ready to flip health wise.
Alright. 27 days of late veg for this grow. Is that the usual for a topped once photoperiod?
There really isn’t a “usual” as all phenotypes grow at different rates, and grow conditions and training effect the rate of growth as well. This is where “knowing your plant” comes into play.
Nice work Marc Are you planning on lollipopping?
Yeah I did some trimming yesterday so I’ll let it heal a little more before I give another hair cut.