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IF you are dedicated with frequent waterings.
I grow only with "regular" seeds.
my bucket tops have 3 - 3" holes for plants
I take all three to sexing and cut down the males.
1/3 are males as...
those look fine, just be patient.
In my humble opinion,
top feeding too close to your roots, stunts their journey to the water below.
so it's a bitch.
I am about to rebuild my RDWC using square containers and before I do the tops, I thought I would start a discussion about the best ways members...
from your pic, are you growing in 6" or maybe 8" PVC piping?
where do your roots go?
are your plants in HDX bins like the reservoir?
don't see that size on home depot site.
square containers is the answer.
"buckets" are too...
growing is way cheaper than buying in legal stores or the street.
adjusting your PH up and down is not that hard or costly.
and you want the best outcome, right?
I have spoken
it wasn't. it would take months
look on the positive side
chilled water keeps roots happy and no root rot
and oxygen supply optimized.
all these complications is why I just bought a chiller.
by the time you buy stainless steel coils, a mini fridge and then mess around with making...
It was the Blue light FOR SURE
7 days after covering the little dude, I have my first two males.
that pretty much settles it.
we are hitting 14 days on Thursday.
these are my seeds, I make them every two years.
I like this sativa. a real bright high.
I covered the blue...
That thought occurred to me after I posted
well that isn't encouraging.
like I said, I have a lot of experience with these seeds and this is...
I only grow a Sativa strain. same one for a decade.
I can only assume that blue light is the culprit.
I guess I will know in a week.
I have been in 12/12 (actually 11/13 at this point) for two weeks.
not even the slightest sign of flowering.
In my 30 years of growing, flowering...
that is a sweet setup.
love those returns.
where did you find the square black containers?
having a flat plain to work on would be so much nicer....
how old are these, and under what light?
I agree with BudgetMessiah
they look young and need time and training