I spend a lot of my time. My roomies think too much sometimes. I smoke cigarettes in the garage (I know I shouldn't) a lot. The plants and I listen to NPR or good music. I breathe on my plants (not while I'm smoking) a lot. I look at em from all angles and I just think what would I want if I was a plant. I would want to look balanced and happy. Thinned out and every leaf getting it's wonderful share. I think I kinda over trim. A couple of mine are lanky and a couple are squatty. my girls get 6 hours of light at 50% and 30 hours lights on at 100% and 4 hours lights off. I feed them every other hour for 15 minutes at a time, except for when the lights are off, the fans go off, the music goes off, all is at peace. As for the feeding it's in 3 stages, 40% roots covered for 5 minutes, liquid level to exposed stem within 1" of the grow media's exposed surface, then 5 more minutes at 40%. My plants are sour diesel. The co2 from the water heater's pilot light is channeled to the air space. I think about the growing experiences in my life and try to share that experience with the plants. I was thinking, I wonder if you can prove sexuality is both genetic and environmental by looking at weed. Anyway that's another topic. Oh ad the reservoir is aerated during the 15 min feeding periods. aloha.
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The Co2 in my breath and what if I was a plant
Posted 17 May 2012 - 07:01 PM
Halfcasual i think you might be micro managing your plnts a little. Fill that res up when you flood let the gurls take what they want. Airate 24/7 or stuff will grow in there for sure. Read your thread...raise that big 1k lite they're not ready for it yet ..let them grow into it. Get raid house n garden green can and start spraying on regular basis. Chk your roots if you see blk spots that would be fungus gnats. Problem with your regimen of exposing your roots and not airating 24/7 is it allows them to hatch in your tank and crawl up the roots. Airate the water you make waves that drown them...flood allway to net baskets they also drown. Also keep oscillating fan going 24/7 plnts love it bugs hate it..light schedule seems more complicated than necessary.
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