Fixing n deficiency?

Discussion in ‘Marijuana Plant Problems’ started by ramborfc, Mar 4, 2015 at 3:58 AM.

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What happened to skunky dank?

Discussion in ‘Toke N Talk’ started by Ximaxxx, Mar 4, 2015 at 3:57 PM.

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Silica supplement

Discussion in ‘Hydroponics / Aeroponics’ started by Chester da Horse, Feb 27, 2015 at 2:06 AM.

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All day you want to urinate on me

At last I have found friends …like me!

The film’s title translates as “I, Russian Occupier”, and its exquisite production feels more like the opening sequence of a big budget Hollywood movie than a homemade political message. It’s narrated in husky tones by a voice representing the Russian nation itself. It lists the benefits brought to territories occupied by Russia throughout history, and in some cases the tragic decline they faced when “asked to leave”.
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My order from original sensible seedbank was stopped by customs.

Discussion in ‘Newbie Central’ started by VACAVILLE,CA.GROWER, Mar 2, 2015 at 5:37 PM.

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Question!!…nitric acid could be PH DOWN?????right??

Discussion in ‘Newbie Central’ started by airswipe, Mar 2, 2015 at 11:27 PM.

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Cbx Series cobs. Cumulative info and comp.

Damn, this means I have to rebuild my lamps again. JK here is what we have so far in terms of “typical” numbers

CXA vs CXB 3070

If we assume a higher price for the CXB:
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If we get a similar price:
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At 2.8A, 16% more light/W
At 1.925A, 13.8% more light/W
At 1.4A, 10.8% more light/W, 12.5% less heat (and as GG pointed out a perfect match with the HLG-185H-C1400).
At 1.05A, 9.9% more light/W
At .7A, 9.9% more light/W

So basically, 10% more bud

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Autoflowers Height Control

Hey, I’m growing an autoflower for the second time and as the space available to me is very limited, I looked around a bit for the ways to keep my plant “small”.
So here are some of my (not surprising) findings:
1) smaller pot
2) lst/scrog
3) choosing the right strain

If we were talking about 1212 strains – i hear about a couple more ways(like shortening light hours, topping, supercropping etc.) for the height control, but since I personally don’t yet have any expirience with those – I won’t talk abot those.

And now to expand a bit:
Smaller pot – will cause your plant to become rootbound! In my previous grow I used 1 liter = 1/4 gallon pot. The plant grew to only about 40cm = 15′ which was great! But still a bit too high(there’s no such thing!) and was fast aproaching the light fixture, so I resorted to lst
*a bit of a disclaimer here – in the third week the plant nearely stopped growing – clearely stunned by the rootbound. It got over the stress in about a week or so, but still grew very slow. Remember – rootbound will stress your plant very much! Don’t panic, go easy on the nutes, let it breath – it’ll be cool

LST – is a low stress traing, basically just bending the main stem to the side. It is usually done in attemt to increase the yields by allowing more light to the lower branches, which would usually only get indirect light(reflected or shadowed). It is best done in vegetative stage, but I did it rather late, while my plant was already begining to flower. It didn’t seem to stress it, at least compared to the rootbound.
ScrOG – reads as screen of green, refering to the way it is done – by putting a screen(like a chickenwire) between the plant and the lights. It works pretty much just like lst – every time plant gets above the screen you bend it and stick back below.

And now is the time to speak about genetics. The seedbank I purchase from has an option to sort available seeds by their aproximate height, so go for a strain which would fill your growspace all the way and maybe just a little extra. Bigger plants tend to yield more, but it is NOT a rule. Generally it is best to read about any particular strain in advance to know exactly what are you working with.
Also! Most seed companies have the same strain names(like northern lights) which can be very different or just flat out not the same strain at all.

Hope it helps to enyone who is interested. Bear in mind, it is just my mind and my expirience. Would be happy to hear if there are any other options!

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will a seedling survive with 1 cotyledon?

Discussion in ‘Newbie Central’ started by VACAVILLE,CA.GROWER, Mar 4, 2015 at 8:53 PM.

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Messing with auto’s light schedule

Discussion in ‘Auto-Flowering Strains’ started by cjmade, Feb 27, 2015 at 4:09 AM.

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