Onionland

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Hi everyone..

 

This is Onionland. Living in central europe.

There is only one experience of indoor flowering in 2017 which was also my first ever grow. Used Hesi and some Adavanced N. fertilizers and now preparing for an organic grow.

In my first tent I had SLH from Greenhouse and Blue Dream, Amherst Sour Diesel, Lemon Thai Kush from HSO.

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Hello mate and welcome to forum :)

 

Wow, they look fantastic :)

SLH is also one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy the forum!

regards

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On 12.12.2017 at 10:42 AM, Jose.gh said:

Hello mate and welcome to forum :)

 

Wow, they look fantastic :)

SLH is also one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy the forum!

regards

 

Thanks a lot :)

 

Id like to tell about my first adventure :)

 

 

 I must say that I met all kind of problems in my first grow.

Currently I am residencing in europe but in the time of the grow I was somewhere out of europe and the climate was incredible high.

When I switched to 12/12 the climate was perfect. Max 27 degree C. during day time and humidity was about 60 percent.

However from the 3rd week of the flowering the climate prised incredible and the location was not suitable for an AC installation.

I chopped them at the 10 week of flowering ( 10 week from the very first day of 12/12 switch. The first signs of flowering could be seen from the 5th day of the flowering.

 

Wıth the heat uprise in climate the average degree in daytime was 40-48 degree Celcius. And in my tent it was exactly same with the temperature in outside.

I had 600 w MH & HPS with cooling reflectors.

 

The temperature difference between day and night in my tent was 0 (zero). As the lights on it is 40-48, and as the lights of it is 40-48 degree celcius.

 

Until the 3rd week of flowering I didnt check my pH and the pH fluctuations was amazing. I lost lots of my leaves and the plants were harmed so much. After I that I bought a PH100 scaler.

 

I had a 120x120x200 tent. I put 4 x 20 liter airpot and 4 x 10 liter standard pot. And it was a mess. There was no space to reach for the girls at back of the tent.

 

The THC production was amazing actually until the 7th week. However after that the crystal dust on my girls started to disappear day by day.

When it is time for harvest there was no glittery element on the buds. During drying I had noticed that there were some seeds. In that time I have realized that the girls could not resist anymore and they had no chance but to be hermies.

 

Also I followed an agressive and out of control watering. Also overfertilizing was another issue that I had met.

 

This was really awful. But I can honestly say that all those mistakes taught me lots of real information.

 

I have already invested a 5000 eur AC system in the room. 48000 BTU Daikin tower type AC unit.

 

Now I am only searching about the genetics and in a couple of months I will start for a new grow.

 

All the best :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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