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  1. @Indican Do you have any huck n heri left?
  2. I have done many scrogs, but I was concerned about a large sativa in a 6 gallon octopot. Chris says this is no problem & the octo will handle it well, his only advice was about when to flip, since sativas of course can stretch a lot. I will caution you on over filling the screen. I did this once in the same 4X4 with mandarin cookies. 4 plants which i weaved back and forth until the screen was completely full, then let grow 6 inches above the screen before flipping. While I kept everything nice and level, once the stretch started some of the colas grew faster than the rest, which shaded out a lot of the smaller ones. What I ended up with was a lot of nice colas and a lot of the typical shaded popcorn stuff. Fill your screen, but don't overdo it leave plenty of room for light to penetrate.
  3. Hey Jet, My next grow will be a scrogged sativa from ACE seeds called killer A5 haze. I contacted Chris at Octo and he assured me the octo's were very capable of handling this kind of grow. Edit: I plan on one plant in a 4X4, so we will see very soon.
  4. Hi, Just saw this thread and am all caught up. If someone starts an octo thread, please post a link here, or pm it to me. I will be starting a new run soon and would be willing to post some pics if that is cool with all of you. Thanks
  5. Hope it wasn't me either, I was at work just typing what I could, as quick as I could.
  6. Fresh out of likes for the day, but one was meant for this.
  7. Vitazyme is the ingredient in qusetion. It is organic with some minerals included. The minerals probably have some that are symthetic, as there is also a pure organic vitazyme. Just my take from it. The finished produce is on par with high brix. High brix focuses on quality, not quantity. Pure organic, yet ttf taste, smells and looks pretty much the same.
  8. Yes from "The Urban Farm" in Texas @JetDro I would be interested in seeing them run at a half dose. May I ask why you decided that route?
  9. Seriously, this is way easier than hydro or soil alone.
  10. @Mr Goodfellow I do not check ph or ppm, simply 1 TBs per gallon of water of the urban farm veg or ttf is all you need to do.
  11. Jetdro is not misleading you on the octopots. I recently started using them, they are potted with Promix HP, earthworm castings, & some extra perlite. I did see some calmag issues at first, but am using RO water. Once the roots hit the rez area, that corrected itself. Like Jet I used the urban farmer veg & ttf, just switched to the ttf last week. I know of at least one other who was using Doc Buds High Brix, he started with octos & the TTF line. In blind taste test it is a close race, but the octo/ttf is keeping up with the quality and taste of the high brix. However the octos are doing three times the final yield, here is some pics of some NL I started to test these out. This is at 2 weeks from day of flip, for the next run I have added some Quoddy Lobster Compost to the soil mix.
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  13. Thank You, I missed the killer grapes, don't want to miss this when the time comes.
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