Flapjacks coming along nicely
I’ve got 12 Autoflower’s going now. Just started veging. My 5 Sour Kush coming soon and my mine wedding Cake is looking awesome. My Blue Barry OG is 6ft now and full of buds. I’ve got that going on right now… You’ll get your grove.
I used to grow yrs ago. It’s way different so I’m on my 4th grow… NOW.
1st mold still a great crop.
2nd merfed and just pulled them
3rd merfed again so I remodeled my Growroom and it doing awesome. 85deg when lights are on and 65-70deg lights out… I’m getting some pictures tomorrow morning when I water them. All my plants cycling too all needing water the same night
What is the size of the pot for your 6 footer?
Out door’s but I go with these pots sizes.
Phenotypes I put them from the cup too a
3gal then a 5 gal 10gal 15gal I stop at 15 or 20 pending on if the plants are bushes it tree’s lol.
You can go higher it’s up too you. I can grow a 9ft plant indoors with 6ft of space. Training and scrogs can help a lot when you grow indoors as we all should know and if you didn’t now you do.
Ask all the questions you need. The BBOG is the only one outside…
Autoflower’s go into 5gal pots from the plant of germinating only one pot. Don’t sit on the floor or move Autoflower’s they will freak out and grow crazy.
This link will show you a video that will teach you how too train your plants and make them stronger.
But this kind of training is not for Autoflower’s. Only phenotypes…
Looks Great!! Cheers
Nice… Looking good
I’m about to enter flush mode. Do I flush with pure RO water? No PH’ing or CAL/MAG?
If this grow is true organic No flush needed.
Just continue to feed your Ro water. Stop Cal/mag 10 days before you think you want to harvest. If your off a bit on Cal/mag timing no big deal.
I never Ph my water the whole grow but to answer your question No it’s not needed because your goal is to lock out the plant from nutes anyways.
I take you seriously on the advice you give. I’ve got screen shots of yours and @Todd.grobo Todd’s…
I have cousin named Todd… Anyways I was swinging on a rope into a lake. I let go and I’m going in the water feet 1st and Todd popped up and smack… ROLMMFAO he my feet print’s on his face. He’s passed away now RIPAnd in Heaven.
Thanks for sharing. Its not a common name so thats cool.
I make lotz of learning mistakes and like to share my process…ever getting better for sure. Thanks for the kind words
I’ve got to get out of my Rutt.,… I’m just so tired of the outcome sometimes. You got this guy telling you this and this guy telling you that. Or you got the grow store guy telling you you need something you don’t even need and then you’re whole garden is furbing. And I’ve been getting a lot of negative advice but the best advice I’ve gotten is here on this forum and I would have never knew nothing about worm castings and Gaia Green if it wasn’t for you and Mark I appreciate you guys thank you
Myself and Todd are doing the same growing style we do a coupe things different but for the most part the basics are the same.
I’m sure you heard me say I don’t Ph my water. I know Todd does. It doesn’t mean I’m right or wrong just a different approach for what works for the person. This being said if you ph your water you must use natural ph up or down.
I do think myself or Todd would never steer you in the wrong direction.
My best advice to you when growing would be less is more. When you start to believe this everything will become better in your garden.
Just my thoughts !! Cheers
I have to ask a question 🙋 for what u just said why does it not matter to ph this style of growing an on todd side y ph then just curious
I can’t speak for Todd but I’m thinking Todd wants to play it safe and make sure his ph is in range. With organic your ph range is a lot wider than with synthetic growing.
I’m a believer in less is more that being said if your soil is alive and full of benefits organisms / fungus and bacteria. The soil will control the ph and keep it in balance for the plant.
Let me ask you this when you walk outside and you see all the plants out there in the world. Do you see them with ph problems? Reason there is no problems is because nature address’s ph for you. I’m sure I told you this before This is why if you want to grow true organic you can’t use any synthetic products they kill soil. If you kill the soil you many as well just grow with synthetic nutes and take advantage of there benefits over organics and at this point you must ph your water
Hope this makes sense
Couldn’t have said it better. I have 100% stated the same thing with the Grobo. Less is best!
Mark is right, I used to PH correct my water, as the majority of the time its coming in at 7.00 I leave it be and the plant doesn’t care. But I also know its at 7.0 and going into living organic soil vs anything else.
The biggest difference between hydro (grobo) and any other soil is how much nutrients the plant takes up and how big those roots get. With being more successful in increasing my root mass in the coco, I’ve found my successes jump to a new category.
No it makes perfect sense just wanna make sure I have my basis covered on that end cause I’m almost ready to start so wanna make sure I’m understanding what it is use are actually doing an y use are doing what use are doing so I have the knowledge on it as well
So ur basically just doing it as a safety precaution correct I agree with use both I’d rather use less that’s wanna the main reason I’m moving to organic as well plus I want the natural ness of each plant with out all the extra stuff:+1:t2:
Well said and understood… Anything else other than the veg Bloom or wormcastings is extra…
I don’t PH mine now but I might test it to see if it’s high or low