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hi all me again just coming to and end with my 3rd plant indoors (white rhino)  and getting my 4th preped ready to go  for  after i chop so just thought id start the new journal early cruently doing the critical orange punch 7 nearly 8 weaks old from seed and under a 5owatt cob day light foor light and 50 watt mixed spectrum led been the dream plant with no problems so far but got aways to go yet i spose so we will have to wait and see feeding at 1.4 ec on green house powder short flower and 6.0 ph on a 10 liter hyrdro system will be moving on to flower tent in couple of weaks and going under a 400 watt hps bulb with with a 20 liter resivoir add on

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It looks very leafy and healthy, very good! Surely when it's under the spotlight, it grows like a beast :)

Thank you for sharing!"

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hi all just an up date on my new baby shes curently stillin veg nearly 10 weaks old and going to be fliped in the next weak or so  had a plastic ring installed to the bucket and defoliated and also scroged and also tied down a little to try help get a lil more light underneath and also lil more strech its curently in a 4x4 tent under a 250 what metal haloid in a 20 lter bucket feeding on an ec 1.2 and a ph of 5.5 using green house  grow powder feed and had no problems but always got to watch for the dips in a hydro system alsorts can rapidly most nitrogen claw  and some easyer problems to solve

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powder feeding short  and boost after 2 weeks of flowering

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hi all i am currently feeding now at 5g short powder feeding 4g boost powder feeding have also found that 1.6g cal in 10l keeps her moree healthyimageproxy.php?img=&key=cc9043a29a0f0558imageproxy.php?img=&key=cc9043a29a0f0558and on day 1 week 5 of flower i have also boosted my 600 hps and added a circulation fans imageproxy.php?img=&key=cc9043a29a0f0558under neath to help with heat through to the canopy tackaling temps of 28c plus and also ph swinging 6.2 to 5.8

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They look perfect and with good bud formation, congratulations mate ;)

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Cheres mate but only a beginner yet and I'm sure I got a few mistakes and lessons to learn yet and I thought it was impossible to fill a tent with one plant 

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hi all

day 1 week  6

nice root ball slightly stained with a strange gap at the top properly due to feeding pipes dand hole down the bottom is due to the level pipe

the stems also thicking and strentthing up nicly colour through out having to keep assesing the calsium levels and not sure weather to add more or not

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