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    Okay i did a grow well near all my grows and i get a few seeds at the end and i have saved them.. no clue what starin which is actually fun as some are well indica (i can see) others sativa dom..

    i haven't yet flipped and i just suddenly though what if one was a male? i thought female plants make fem seeds am I right?
    I do no that hermies make hermies but iv never really had a bad issue with herms just as i said the odd seed left over.
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    hotshot you like every post on this site.. are you an admin or just the most avid user of this website that exists? haha paranoid pete here

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehulk View Post
    hotshot you like every post on this site.. are you an admin or just the most avid user of this website that exists? haha paranoid pete here
    No, just A regular dude. It's there, i'm there, why not push the little button.

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    O, and about those seeds, I have about 150 from my last grow. I have planted 6 so far, but none of them came up. If they do come up, they should be female, there was no boy involve in making of the seeds. Good luck.

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    Hotshot is an avid user - a nice guy too
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    I'm very sure he is I was kidding

    I have my latest grow set up.. I haven't followed it from beginning and the strains I have no clue other than cali strains
    Likely barnies farm. . I will recognise them later on I'm hoping

    So I got 5 plants one is a runt I may stick it outdoors... I'm using hps and led see if I get a fat colas
    I was given the led It's abit shit and I'm using a cool tube first time... I'm impressed

    I'm planning on training them up the walls as I'm in such a small tent 60x60x 140
    Reason being it's stealth.. Even though I have literally 2 spare rooms I was major compromised at start of the year.
    The hps is 600 watt 250/400/600/660 iv managed to get it to 400 in the hottest weather of the year and the led is 600 watt IT SAYS
    4 pots 10 litre each they are easy 4 weeks old topped at 4th node and bent over only in seedling pots and repotted about 4 days ago...I'm expecting big growth now as they were so root bound
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurdt View Post
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    I was just walking across the estate looked at a house who does it every year... Window Waa filled with 3 big plants....
    I keep mine private and get trouble???? ??

    So I thought I would update my grow.... The space is filling fast and quick.. I'll flip soon defo in next week
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    The camera angle is deceiving the front Is as big as back
    I will lift that cool tube through the roof and have it vertical with the led above it.. I'm going to scrog up the walls if gets out of control

    Saw an amazing picture of a scrog in a u shape once
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    Any one no what happened here or is it just mutated? Iv no time to remove it now.. It may be pulled when the flip spread happens

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    also let me get this straight to do hydro i need nutes, an air pump (got) a fish tank heater (got somewhere) an ec meter. ph up and down and some clay pebbles and a mop bucket?
    basic set up just to learn???

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehulk View Post
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    Any one no what happened here or is it just mutated? Iv no time to remove it now.. It may be pulled when the flip spread happens
    Very difficult picture to see on my phone, but those narrow leaves up top are usually either a PK excess or a deficiency in perhaps zinc deficiency. you really shouldn't have a zinc deficiency with quality cana nutrients so I would consider that probably a pH issue. Have you been feeding PK?


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    If you want to do hydro you must measure your background PC and pH, then you need a good quality nutrient line.

    A simple 5-gal bucket with a net pot or it's real well, I just buy black buckets and a net off if it's right down on top. Clay pedals are good medium but they must be thoroughly washed they tend to be alkaline if not.

    Do not under any circumstances skimp on your air pump, most cheaper aquarium air pumps will run one bucket only. You should consider 20 l per minute the minimum flow for one bucket. A lot of people do less flow but then they have problems later on when the plants get big, do it right from the start.

    it's possible to find a hard plastic irrigation line that is the same size as an airline and is black. I like those a lot because if you accidentally set a bucket down on top of one it won't pinch it off and cut off your air supply. Plus black airlines helped keep light out of your reservoir.

    I've never had a use for pH up, my water starts out alkaline and I end up pH knit down. If you have a hydro stored close by I probably wouldn't buy the pH up, I just be able to run and get it if I thought I needed it.

    Your pH meter needs to be calibrated at two settings most people use four and seven, it's easiest in my opinion to buy a quart of each in the liquid.


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    Sorry about this s***** Google spell correct it's almost impossible understand what the hell I just said.


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    hmm maybe my messing with the cal mag has caused some kind of proble.. but only in that one?? every plant i ever do i use a tiny bit of calmag only at the start and maybe every 5 weeks just to keep them a nice green.. the soil i have reused once... it is canna but as it was bag seed i didnt want to spend money and i only used that soil in 20 litre pots for 3 weeks (should be plenty of nutrient left in it as they werent very root filled) until i ripped up my previous run and threw it as id had people break in.. i lost my nerve

    no pk i dont use anything bar veg , bloom... (tiny calmag)bar once when i had some given to me.. i read it does more harm
    can i flush it and reset the ph?>
    my nutes are plant magic organic i tested the water at nutral
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    Another sproutling seems to be doing the same.. Could of come from a very sensitive plant and the soil used isn't comfortable for it. I can bin this one Click image for larger version. 

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    just to see whats going down i have pulled it up and re potted it in new soil from a bag.. if it doesn't go nice im calling mutant

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehulk View Post
    just to see whats going down i have pulled it up and re potted it in new soil from a bag.. if it doesn't go nice im calling mutant
    Some mutants turn out to be great plants

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    Quote Originally Posted by scootb View Post
    Some mutants turn out to be great plants
    iv stuck it outdoors ( the bigger plant not the baby mutants) as i think the spread will be full after the 4 main plants do there flowering thing. I dont want really weird looking bud. (dont no how long ill leave it there before i shit out)

    I snapped a whole month old plant as the base yesterday! it was bent and i was trying to straighten it whilst re potting.... i remember the days when my life was over if i pulled a leaf... im upset but still...

    i have left it in the pot as im sure i can see two little bud sites that were by the little flap that opens on the sprout ling... you normally get them appearing about 3-4 weeks in.. i use them for clones usually (if needed)

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