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Hamme Hydro

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  1. Here are the pictures of the entire room. Frankly the room is divided into two parts. On the left side i have twenty clones in twenty crates under a 1150 watt dimable lamp. Right now i set it to 750 watts. These clones were the ones that rooted first from the batch. 

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    The biggest plants are obviously the cuts that had the most roots when i planted them. A lack of uniformity is the downside of  only having one per crate. On the right side i used three clones per crate and six crates under one 600 watts lamp. This is ideally and i wish i could have filled the entire room this way, but i didn't have enough clones. I used slabs in crates and the cuts took off like mad. They beat some of their sisters that have been there for three weeks!  

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    These cuts been planted five days ago and look at them go! This is how the entire room will look  my next grow, three per crate and slabs for the win!  One slab per crate is perfect and the crates lift them up which makes the slabs fully saturate. I watered a little to high causing algae growth on the wet top layer. Not a biggy, but next time i will flood less high. Almost time for 12/12 but not yet. 

    Thanks for following and see you next update! 

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  2. The medium is not that important, what counts now is that you raise the humidity for those cuts, otherwise they will certainly die. But if you can get your hands on rock-wool cubes i can highly recommend them for cloning. Make sure you keep the top layer dry when you wet the cubes. It will prevent algae growth and speed up rooting. 

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  3. 20 hours ago, JetDro said:

    HOW MANY plants did it take you cutting off of to get a "room full" ???

    I have twenty crates under approximately 150 cm x 150 cm and i had twenty clones that all rooted within two weeks. I didn't change my way of cloning, but strangely enough this time they rooted much better then previously. The mother that i kept outside was healthy and kept low on nutriment. Perhaps that caused the clones to root quicker. 

    Ideally i like to have two or three rooted clones per crate, planted deep into the substrate with their feet into the moist. When the clones have a decent set of roots they take off like mad and you can switch within a few days.  But i only had twenty and didn't want to wait any longer. It means staying longer in veg and more plants in different sizes. 

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  4. 20 minutes ago, JetDro said:

    Mine was done in 8 weeks ....................................have another at 4 weeks, in an Octopot,  if she is done at 8 weeks........................then that is what we have...........I think she will, she is SO FAR ahead of Orange Goji or Amnesia Haze or RPP X ChemDog too!!!!

    Nice that yours was done even quicker! 

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  5. 7 hours ago, Justcozz said:

    Hamme! How long does the AH need to flower? Can’t remember. Also after trying some sample bud...:verrygood double thumbs up bro...

    think you need to try the Silverfields if you haven’t already.....looks like I found an 8 week pheno...will need to grow a few more cuts to make sure...you are welcome to some if it strikes your fancy...

    Nine and a half weeks is good for Amnesia Haze. Glad you finally got a chance to try her, i am still fresh out of so you have to wait for my sample. 

    I'd like to try your Silverfields in the future bro and eight weeks is very quick! 

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  6. 16 hours ago, Justcozz said:

    Be careful.....  HYDROPLAYING  can be dangerous, especially in dirt....you may lose control and end up in a direction you had no intention of going...:rofl

    I crack myself up when high off JET hash

    No i still have control, i added dirt to the mix but i didn't change my method. ;)

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    5 minutes ago, JetDro said:

    So if I used the paper towel to separate the stems, but left it dry......................then rolled them spread across the zip lock it would work better huh!!

     

    Just too much moisture ...................I  wrung out the paper towels, guess in the sealed little bag it was still way too much.....

     

     

    LEts figure this out so it  does not happen again.

     

     

    Sure hope they can be saved. AH came to me in sad shape too...........................it is HER CURSE!!!!  You must EARN HER to grow her...........................

    Yes they did Jet and i am positive now that the best time to send them is when they almost dry out and without raising the humidity by covering them with plastic.  

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  8. 1 minute ago, Justcozz said:

    No worries, I see what I can do.. it will be good too see how bad they can be and still make it....it’s all a learning process. 

    Hamme....watch the COZZ....I will make them live! I’m optimistic, they will thrive.....(as I secretly cross my fingers and prey to the guy in the sky) 

     

    Try keeping them in the dark for a few days with the dome on. The last thing they need now is light.

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