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Only reason I let them go is because if I cut off the fans they would dry too fast and don’t like quick dry. 10-14 days is my set spot I prefer 14.

since these are so tiny I”lll trim over a mixing bowl or since it has higher edges than the pyrex pan. 

Still I recon u got me motivated to do that today . Will number each and compare what I think are the same strain to see if they are different phenos .  Will Compare those results to the bigger pigs about to do their thing. 

 

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3 hrs without eating all day. I was going slow cause I cannot go fast by default anymore. I rush and make more mistakes .. I can still fight fast enough for a crippled old man ha !

Let’s call the count an even 4 grams  instead of what shows. Loose leaf, little seeds and tiny stems an ant might use as a spear smdh lol. 

All closeups, zoom/magnified  with flash and some without hmm.

puffed what was in the top paper . Surprised it was/is a pleasant relaxing stone. Certain taste of citrus came though based on scraps on the sob. 

Smwll is citrus closer to orange but doesn’t get there. Reminds me of Uranium Cranium taste/smell and funk wise, which was a welcomed memory..  

i think i’ll be Quote please with this run provided a smooth operation I maintained. 

There was plenty of pollen from tiny bananas too. Little explosions . This I had water in a small container  just to make things less messy.

So, the biggest pita plant was done first. It’s all down hill now. 

Sp, with a roach still left it clicked in approx. 1.5 hrs. Not bad let me finish it now.  Ciao 

2nd Plant approx same size came in at 9.6 I’ll call it and even 8g so 12g’s total brown bag in a window before glass. 

2 more to go plus the squirt 

 

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5g’s so will call it 3.5g’s under an hour. Didn’t try to save as many fans. So compost ...

dont forget pics are zoomed or magnified. 

Adding pictures of some leaves that are on one plant smdh. 

If you know what it is please let me know. In the mean time i’ll Try to figure it out.? Thx 

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On 5/15/2020 at 10:44 AM, Misterdirt said:

Are they moving?

no movement :) nothing alive

total count 16.6 g/s minus 1 g for more shrinkage 15. 5 gms moving on.

5/16/= day 7 of 11/13

plain water for now. all the pigs need to feed but i will let them draw from the nutes in the mix because those roots weren't good looking. i opened them up from the middle and laid them out in the new mix and watered in as above. i'll dose them with alaska and epsom salts next time i feed them. will be another two weeks before they make any fresh roots imho..  i synced the fan to come on with the lights not long ago. the lights don't quick start but come on shortly after. i left another light on while it restarted just for some prevent defense.

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Unbleached filter drying burritos 

two youngest  pigs are left. there fate might Become moms to send cuts out if they are still wanted . 

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If those dots are only on a few leaves, clip them off and get them away from your other plants. Then take a look with a hand lens. I don't like this at all.

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So, checked fan sync and just needed to turn it to low. All good

some got water only and got rid of funky leaves.  Fresh pistols are staring to show now.  I’ll try to keep them u dry the 250 so they can get healthier before the 600 hps is used. 

Mother maker pot is doing its thing in the rootzone it’s just my version of a tree pot for weed.  As you see it will have plenty of foliage .  This would be great for plants that will go outside on the ground with an awesome start .

 Nope I can’t do that cause can’t scout for a spot now. 

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Just for general purpose and prevent defense. Two different leaves front and back pictures. 

I placed both under running water and rubbed them by hand to see if anything would come off or move. Thankfully nothing rubbed off or moved . 

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I'm not an expert on pests, because I've had very few. But those look like spots were some kind of insect or mite stuck in its proboscis and sucked juices out of the plant. I have no idea, though. That they're all on the leaf veins is interesting.

I would put a few photos over on the sick plant thread. Someone will recognize this.

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On 5/19/2020 at 8:20 AM, Misterdirt said:

I'm not an expert on pests, because I've had very few. But those look like spots were some kind of insect or mite stuck in its proboscis and sucked juices out of the plant. I have no idea, though. That they're all on the leaf veins is interesting.

I would put a few photos over on the sick plant thread. Someone will recognize this.

Thx dude, I’ll do that anyway just for Gp to figure out cause. I did see a calcium issue where I saw leaves like that.

 That’s just one reason i’m Just letting them get used to the fresh soil and water only for now.

So, in the mean time I opened the filter burritos and all are in jars. I glad I had some small glass jars lol except one is in a regular mason. 1st jar will add pic later. 

Very light but some awesome odors even at this point. If that keeps up on cure opening the jar will be mighty fine.  Too look at what’s done in person it seems more buds than expected based on initial weigh in. Will weigh after a 30 day cure to be more accurate and do a puff taste for each plant. 

I’m Trying to group pics of the same popcorn together !

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From small cup only filled 1/2 way with medium to larger root maker cup. 

About to cut off top portion of the original I made so that green at the bottom can get more light. 

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So, all 5 pigs are in flower now. 

2 approx 30 ”, 1 28” , 2 approx 24”/26” 

600 socket is hung already and attached to the ballast. Just need to plug and play . 5 pigs will surround the light. You don’t need to turn the plants but I will turn a couple  and see what happens as a result . They are 2ft away from the light and I imagine that will change to 18” in two weeks approx.

i first knew I’d Do some vert grows when I followed POM’s coco-a-GoGo thread on PG cause I think maybe OG was done by then hmm. 

So, will coordinate lights on and turn on regular ceiling light. Then turn off 250 and arrange the pigs and fire up the 600 a good distance away to get them used to it and not burn them. 

They all got a dose of mega crop

9-7-15 with added Epsom salts. Only let one have some runoff. The 600 should have them good in two weeks  I imagine. 

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Indican is all about the vertical light grow. He'd be able to tell you if turning the plant or just training it so all the buds were on the lighted side (probably the way to go, or you might end up with plants full of mediocre buds, instead of a plants where you have great buds on one side).

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4 hours ago, Misterdirt said:

Indican is all about the vertical light grow. He'd be able to tell you if turning the plant or just training it so all the buds were on the lighted side (probably the way to go, or you might end up with plants full of mediocre buds, instead of a plants where you have great buds on one side).

yup, i've seen vert grows for years. but indy and most vert growers don't do it down between plants. they are up above like old school growers used to do simply because they got great results.  at one point the lights were used single or double stacked with a cage surrounding the light when i first started seeing Pom's and others who used those style. when u do that it's no need to turn at all and i've seen the results multiple times over 7 yrs ago. i can't seem to pull up the old thread = because the site is no more. i'll see if i can see if ant remnants are at the new pg site. i need to visit anyway to let the old dudes know i'm finally back in action at least temporarily. 

i also know its no need to have them that afar away but like i said i want them to get used to more light = 2.5 times what they are used too.  fan is 2 speed and on low. as they get closer i'll put it on high when needed.  They are looking better now though already and only one got a dose of food green light diluted to go with the last of the nutes in the soil.

so from here out they can all be fed like normal. I'll stick with the mega crop until it runs out or i make the nute switch to the horizon combo of 3-3-3 added to their 1-5-8 to make 4-8-11. other option is to use green light after the mega crop and finish with = horizon 1-5-8 bloom and flush for one week at the end. based on the amount green light left, it will likely get the nod.  ijs 

thx. @Misterdirt

so first i had my memory jogged. it was  the infamous prawn connery . 

by Jesús Malverde » Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:19 pm

Prawn did a great tutorial on vertical growing at PG. I think he even reposted it on RIU or somewhere. It's particularly useful for growing large plants like long flowering sativas/NLD types.  i'll hunt RIU to see if i can find it just for reference and to help folks who've never done it. 

 

Re: vertical grow question ? ? ? ?

by Prawn Connery » Thu Apr 23, 2015 9:16 am

Ben's spot on about hanging the bulb so you can adjust it up and down. And if you've only got a 250w you can grow vertically in 2'x2' quite easily. Down Under Doper has been growing vertically in a 2'x2' with a 400 and I've seen the results. With a floor fan blowing up through the middle, most of the heat is ducted away, so you can get the plants in close. The beauty of vertical is you can grow sativas and indicas side-by-side, not having to worry so much about individual plant heights. Just hang the bulb in the middle and the plants will grow bushiest around the light. I used to hang two 600w bulbs inline to maximise my head height - which obviously favoured the sativas - but the indicas got a fair amount of light, too, and were always good for a bit of variety.

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No, Indy is a real vertical grower. He lowers the bulb until the base is even with the tops of the plants. The bulbs are not above the plants. 

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On 5/26/2020 at 5:23 PM, Misterdirt said:

No, Indy is a real vertical grower. He lowers the bulb until the base is even with the tops of the plants. The bulbs are not above the plants. 

Cool and thx.   I must have not paid close enough attention to his pictures. My apologies 

so, with that said the light was raised today from the lower 1/3 of the plants to acclimate them and give the lowers a bit of direct attention.. I have pruned but not aggressively.  I’m still learning what rhetoric can handle and how they react. 

Bulb is in the middle area of the plants now. The plants are also closer too.  Fan is still on low and I check the bulb heat by hand.  So far so good and I see no advancement of the leaf issues. Plants are looking better overall. 

Ambient temp 1st fl is 81/82 still so basement is good approx @approx. 72. Root Zone should be just fine with lights off. Digi Ballasts adds a tiny bit of extra heat in the area in a positive way. 

I also added a block for a window that was already blocked but cardboard box insurance won’t hurt and I can sleep better they way. 

 

So, dropped 5 secret sauce beans into shot glass day before yesterday. I didn’t wait for tap to show like usual  under water. I planted them in cups and whole shabang will  go under into big dome to keep humidity on and medium moisture more consultant . 

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Fuck no 1. One cup tipped over. So, I put the medium in a mesh strainer and couldn’t find it with added light nor the magnify feature.  Chose replacement but not sure what those beans are. Might be @Mr Goodfellow‘s  cross. 

I didn’t soak and put 3 beans in the same cup. Then saw a mature bean ? And added that too. Wtf might as well. Coincidence the cup had 4 on it so maybe it’s the omen beans lol . 

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So, transplanted from the mother rooter to real pot. Watered around perimeter with green light and will only get water for two  cycles  cause soil has the nute charge. Then will use Alaska grow  up to two weeks into 12-12 . 

I decided to save the last one in case a male pops up from the newly planted beans.

Speaking of which, the 1st two to rise above ground are both in the cup I put 4 test beans in after losing the secret sauce smdh. 

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So, the pigs are closer to the light and fan pointed at the light is in high.  Hand check in front of the plants is just fine. 

Added bigger fan was the way to go at the stage it was activated and it two is synced to lights on. 

Bigger pig that was with the younger sister is now amongst her older sisters. I was going to let it adjust over time but decided to let her stay. She’s far enough away and xtra ballast heat is minimal. Big light jump for her but will later tonight to see if she’s ok. She’s far enough away so If she hasn’t reacted badly she will stay put and flower in 10-14 days. 

The one left by herself will be a bean maker if I get a male from the secret sauce beans. He can be comfy with her and I won’t have to worry about accidental pollination.

as two sprouts are above ground already and they are they unknown I will watch them closely and change light cycle from 24hrs to 18-6 to encourage sexing.  

Heights of the 5 sows range from 28”-34” max and stretch is over which wasn’t much thankfully. 13-14 “ for the new kids on the block.

they all got  plain water To some degree  and i’ll determine nute based on how they look. Most likely megacrop as they are looking better all the time. Good temps night and day are playing  a big role.in their progress. Hopefully they will plump up sufficiently in the next 3 weeks. 

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3 above ground will be separated shortly. Will have to stake the y’all one so the others can catch up. All need to be done at the same time fir best results.  

Ladt pig just got Alaska today for first time. I’m sure she likes her slop and will respond favorably. 

I put a heat mat under the others cause it felt too cool in there for them. They have 2 layers of plastics to keep them safe from overheating. 

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