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    900mm is the light distance mate

    These ladies were not put onto pots until after near
    Ly 2 weeks of being a leggy seedling in wet paper. This was due to bad organisation. Won't happen again. So they could be stunted slightly? I'm hoping to flip in the next 2weeks hopefully. I'm not doing a mainline here now just having a play really. The frisian has been left to its own devices more or less and the others were all topped at the 3rd node when they had at least 6nodes.

    Enjoying my first grow I've gotta say

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    Yeah they started there little life's out in 1l rhizzo pots but I've changed up the plan and have gone airpot now man

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    Halfway through lights off now at 21c and 40%RH

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    Your plants are looking very good, that Durban poison might be just a little bit too green. Which may be okay if that's a Dutch passion Durban poison, one can fill that space in coco.

    I wouldn't worry about those little spots, I just go ahead and get a PH meter and perhaps back off the feed just to touch. There's no point making any significant adjustments if you don't know the pH, that's usually what's going to give you the spots like that if you got a good quality feed.



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    Cheers jingo I've been PH testing the nute solution from day 1 but only been calibrating daily with this cheapo thing for the last week really and it really needs it haha. That is Dutch passion yes sir

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    Well here is a Dutch passion Durban Poison I grew out, I've seen other growers get them this big too so I don't think it was an anomaly.

    That was 17 oz and it was about 3 ft across and 3 ft high just a big 3 ft blob, which is really the way I like to grow.



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    Very nice! see what I can get out of her she did get abit abused tbh. Snapped a main branch while manipulating but said branch was strong and happy after just 2 or 3 days was shocked

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    I've seen some high quality growers get some bud rot with the Durban so I'd be very careful.



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    Growing growing growing...can anyone recommend a flowering booster to compliment Buddhas tree coco a an B or should I maybe leave it? Feels good for 1st grow up in here, selected the Ram Pro active 125mm/310m3h carb filter to go with my 280m3h extraction. Getting wiffy in there now. Haven't bought the carb filter yet but will do in next 48hrs. Unless anyone has any objections against said filter on here lol. Peace talkers

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    Ordered today the Ram 125 (350)filter and Buddhas tree flower burst. Will tread carefully. Also some specific groom surface cleaner to have a good pre flower clean out. Have finnaly ordered saucers for run off but not sure if they'll be big enough volume wise, tho King of modifying 4 washing up bowles for them to stand on/in.
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    Here's my girls in the bath while groom got a good clean...

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    NOOOOOO... I just dropped my 125x425 carb filter on the floor from nearly 2m fuck

    Not installed now haha fuck me anyone know if they rattle a shake a bit anyway? Gonna wait for me mate an the bungees now omd an maybe new filter.

    Peace baby

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    This has raised my concern... Might take the frisian out to the garden and continue coco regime I guess. Maybe not. But I'd hate to waste one now tbh. Got great air movement in there with that ora 20" floor fan but I'm a newbie so fuck knows really.

    Any ideas on how fragile carbon filters are? Lol

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    Those plants are looking really great, what was the problem where you were going to get rid of the Frisian?

    People refill those carbon filters I don't know how they do it but it must work.

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    Possible overcrowding to come but I think we'll be okay Jingo.. Gonna continue to veg for the time being.

    Kind comments about my ladies feels so nice. Thankyou all

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    I'm so high right now

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    I like hazes except for the wait time.

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    Such beutiful shapes these make, make a great photo. Still at 1.0ec all round up in here... Chilling baby

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