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    the journey begins.
    3 germinated heavyweight fast and vast


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    Quote Originally Posted by spazicstann View Post
    the journey begins.
    3 germinated heavyweight fast and vast


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    Tah-dah! And they're off, buckle up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samwise Gamgee View Post
    The other thing I should of said as well, is if you can try an update the dairy at least once a week
    Until the pair of you hit flower, I would suggest that you update more often as veg is a very fast period for autos & a lot can happen in that time that can affect the grow up the line
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    lift off all 3 have come up dusted the seedling hole with great white before planting. took about 16 hours to come up.





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    so they've begun the growth.
    still plain ph water for now.


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    so I've had a few private messages slating my method with the paper pots in in the 12l pots.
    the picture I hope clears things up as these are autos it saves Stress of transplanting them plus I didn't want to just put them straight in big pots.
    Yes it's unconventional but growers actually use this method in other plant grows I thought I give it ago.
    I'd appreciate less stick for trying stuff
    thanks for reading.



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    so they've been above ground 3 days now and there starting to find there feet.
    still plain ph water.
    not much to report other than that any questions just ask



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    All looking good fella


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    picture update.
    still plain ph water
    cheers guys



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    Looking good fella, don't be afraid to give them a good watering thou, coco doesn't retain water in the same way as soil, so you can give them a good soaking every other day, and a mild watering inbetween

    Very hard to over water in coco, but you do want the roots to search out the water

    Looking great thou, not sure what colour they are, can you get some pictures in natural light when you get a chance?

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    yes I'll get some but it'll be weekend pal there a nice green at the moment.
    there in humidity domes when I'm not taking photos just till they get a few set of leaves

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    still plain water one is doing slightly slower than the other 2 as you can tell.
    the photo with the domes is for you Samwise should i take them off yet fella.
    Cheers for reading guys


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    Looking great fella, coming along nicely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samwise Gamgee View Post
    Looking great fella, coming along nicely

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    the domes ok


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    I would take them off now fella, they help for the first week or so, but once you have some roots then you don't really want the plants to feed thorough the leaves, unless foliar spraying

    Looking good thou fella, coming along nicely

    This is the boring bit really as there is usually more happening under the ground with root development, rather than above ground. But once they have some roots established they will bomb along fella

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    the domes ok


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    so there starting to grow at a rate from last night i saw em.
    when should I start with veg neutrients and plant start and take root ??



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    Soon be time for a feed fella, soon as those second lot of true leaves are a bit bigger

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    still plain ph water.
    Cheers for looking guys


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    Its best to start them off around 0.2 above your base EC, my base is 0.5, so I usually start them at EC 0.7.

    I am not sure about the dutch pro take root, but I would add that then the dutch pro grow, you wont need to add much to get the ec to 0.2 above base

    I can't really give you a ml amount as I have never used those nutes, just add them slowly, you will get a feel for the amount

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    Soon be time for a feed fella, soon as those second lot of true leaves are a bit bigger
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    so we are at first day of neutrients.
    Dutch pro a n b.
    Dutch pro take root.
    vita plant start only feeding till 2nd week.
    great white added every other week.
    Cheers for reading here's some pic.


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