Ayy how they looking?

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by MikeyTheRucc, May 14, 2016.

  1. Got two plants going pretty new to this. This is my second grow around. They're bag seed just like my first hopefully females so Ive only fed distilled p.hed water, neem water and Malibu bu's brew tea. How they looking?


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  2. How big is your space and how old are they?
     
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  3. 2'x3' sprouted in January

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  4. Hard to tell from the colour with the LEDs, but it looks like there are a lot of droopy tips that could indicate a nitrogen toxicity. Could you take a pic with the LEDs off?

    Other than that, looks like a tidy job. Are you going to flower them as they are? You could probably still put in a scrog net and spread the growth out over that whole space.
     
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  5. If you're keeping them small like that, I would definitely keep the undergrowth and scrog them. You still have plenty of space to train your plants to fill the area. That way you have a higher yield. Maybe try using bamboo sticks and tie your branches to them. That will allow your bottom branches to get more light so you don't have to remove them due to lack of light.
     
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    With the leds off the plant onto the right got forgotten about for a bit the leaves withered but never got dry or lost color or fell off the new growth has been coming out fine but the undergrowth won't go back to normal, just got its color back.

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  7. I made a Scrog but my measurement didn't account for the thickness of the actual wood so I have to take all the twine off and recut but I'm being lazy

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  8. #8 Robbie714, May 17, 2016
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    Any rotted or dead leaves you should take off. And try not to get dead leaves in your medium. Sometimes you can't help it when feeding. That can affect the Ph in some cases.
    Good Luck


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  9. Oh wow I thought it was a natural thing to leave the leaves in the medium thanks for that

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  10. Another question I had is should I top dress the soils with some oyster shell flour for the ph imbalance I'm getting ready to make an organic soil and have things like alfalfa meal humus crustacean meal neem meal kelp meal all the good stuff what should I top dress with?

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