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Rocky Balbroa's 2012 Indoor Mr. Nice Grow
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I am growing 2nd generation Sensi Seeds Mr. Nice and GHS Super Silver Haze
Fox Farm Happy Frog - It's a good, cheap soil with mychorrize, which is crucial. I also prefer it over Ocean Forest because Ocean Forest is known to burn seedlings because of the enormously high concentration of nutrients.
FF Big Bloom - 6-4-4
FF Grow Big - 0.01-0.3-0.7
FF Tiger Bloom - 2-8-4
FF Cha-Ching 9-50-10
FF Open Sesame 5-45-19
FF Beastie Bloomz 0-50-30
Mexican bat guano - 10-2-1
Jamaican bat guano - 1-10-1
Peruvian seabird guano - 12-11-2
Ohstrom's Maxicrop - 1-0-4 - highly recommended and great for root and stem growth
It's a soluble that consists of Norwegian kelp meal.
unsulphured blackstrap molasses
Earth Juice Microblast
Neem Oil - Organic pesticide (I plan on experimenting with cinnamon oil sometime)
Plant Success mychorrizal innoculation tablets
I am also supplementing with CO2
I generally feed Big Bloom and molasses every feeding, mostly along with my Maxicrop, particularly for my little buddies in the soil. I fed Mexican bat guano a week ago, and just fed some Peruvian seabird guano yesterday. I'd rather prefer on them for nitrogen than the FF Grow Big, but I still feed with the Grow Big every other watering, but I have only taken it over 800 ppm one time, which was 1300 ppm yesterday. I keep my water ph between 6.0-6.5.
I plan on flowering in about a week and half, that's why I just fed the Peruvian seabird guano, so the first part of my flowering cycle still has some nitrogen. I already started doing some LST, but I plan on setting up a ScroG net within the next couple days. I am also going to transplant the rest of the plants to five gallon bags. Since i had to rescue them from some of the shittiest shape I've ever seen a plant without dying, I just wanted to make sure everything was stable before I started flowering. Not to mention, I just want to fill up the canopy So I could get all the possible surface area out of that tent.
Either way, I appreciate any sort of help or advice along the way. This is my first indoor grow, but I've spent my past two years on grasscity. I did an outdoor grow last year that ended up getting stolen. I have assisted in a hydroponic grow and multiple indoor soil grows. This is just my first time doing it myself. It's all a learning process, so like I said, any comments are appreciated.
Posted 17 April 2012 - 04:02 PM
Those things are straight trees bro.. you probably want to think about switching the light schedule to 12/12 and flowering them out soon. A scrog is easy to setup..just find some kind of netting with 2 inch squares and secure it above the plants. As they grow up into it, just reach in and bring the branch back through the holes and push it out to a further hole. Its very useful for those growing indoors that have height restrictions.
Well I'm subbed fo sho bro, so I'll be poking back in from time to time..
Posted 17 April 2012 - 11:17 PM
hey man thanks for stoppin by my grow. Im lovin the training you've done, very nice structure...they're gonna be huge in flowering! ill be back
Thanks a lot man. That canopy is really starting to fill in nicely. I want to scrog, but I'm really not sure want to do. I'm worried they are too high to do it. I'm also worried that I have too many tops for the amount of space. Hopefully, I'll get it figured out within the next couple of days.
Posted 20 April 2012 - 11:06 AM
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are you growing the Hawaiian Snow? I have a friend in Switzerland who needs to get a mentor type buddy on that strain. He's got a small closet set up and we're wondering about the size of the Hawaiian Snow.
I didn't get to grow that one out. They died as seedlings due to algae in rockwool because of some idiot fucking with my timer, but from my understanding, it is a very tall Sativa that takes about 9 weeks to mature. I wanna say that in OP's Pork-A-Palooza, that it was the last one to finish out of all his stuff. But that shit can get pretty big.
Posted 07 May 2012 - 04:49 AM
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