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Hello together, 

today I started a new round to grow. 
I decided to take the Cloud Walker from Green House Seed‘s. 
Nutrients are the Bio powder feeding from Green House Feeding. 
The substrate is composed of 70% cococoir and 30% perlite. 
I think they will end up in 8l fabric pots. 

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Germination week:

The germination week is quite good. Four of four seeds have come and the seedling leaves have all already seen the daylight. For sprouting I watered the small once with 150ml nutrient solution (GHF Enchancer 0.5g/l) per pot and the days after once only with water.

At the end of the germination week all have developed quite well. From tomorrow then also days are counted.

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First week: 

In the beginning of the week I gave them 75ml pH-regulated Water each.  After 2 days they were dryin out and I decided to feed the first time 0.5g/l Bio Enchancer. Saturday next time pH-regulated water... 

I find that the little ones have a slightly yellowed colour. Could this be due to the early enchancer or are they already hungry for fertiliser? 

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Second week: 

Somehow the little ones do not make a good impression on me. I have not expected so early with a deficiency, apparently the small portion of fertilizer but also directly led to overfertilization. I let the still stand a few days un to see if the recover and otherwise I have only a restart.

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Fourth week:

The three have spent the week well with growth. The shock of topping and repotting they should also have overcome. With the enchancer I got a little confused but from now on this should be regular.

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Week five: 

After the growth spurt that the three have put down. I decided to defoliate a bit and tie down the shoots. The first two pictures are before, the rest after. Otherwise I can not say much, about 3 weeks until the change to flowering.

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Week seven:

Last week of growing at the weekend I will turn Lights on 12/12

I have installed a net in the tent to keep the stretch a little low. I would like to weave the shoots into it. Let's see how that turns out. Tomorrow first prepare the fertilizer and water.

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Week eigtht(First flowering week): 

This week the three have slight deficiency symptoms. I think it will take a little time to settle down with the new fertilizer. The values of the rinse-out fit. The pH is not higher than 6.3. Let's see how it behaves over the week.

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Week nine (second flowering week):

This week the stretch has done quite well. The three have shot up so that the light can now better distribute between the shoots. The lamp runs on 100% growth and 35% bloom. At the end of the next week this should also be at 50%. At the end of the second week I used the scissors again and thinned out a bit at the bottom.

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