Yes, you’ll need much more. You can bring the light closer to the plant so that it gets more light for now, but consider something like this.
100 watts, spectrum tuned for plants. Good value. There are others with comparable specs for similar prices too! Spider farmer isn’t the only good light manufacturer
Aphids are usually pretty easy to take care of. Pyrethrum fucking wrecks em'. Buy a pyrethrum bomb for the room, put the plants in there and set that fucker off.
This should help https://images.app.goo.gl/XhGkuL3fyy3Yaaxb6
I would highly suggest getting a Lupe. Amazon has a digital microscope for around $20 that's works great!
You should be able to get the light ~6 inches from the top of the tent.
I recommend you completely fill your tent canopy before you switch to flower. You can always cut back excess.
great! consider it purchased! EDIT: in case anyone is interested, hereis the kindle/amazon link . There seem to be a couple of version floating around, but this is the one OP has.
No they are $60. ZKEEZM Mylar Hydroponic Water-Resistant Grow Tent, 34"x24"57" Black & Silver High Reflective Indoor Plant Growing Dark Room for Planting Fruit Flower with Observation Window, Floor Tray, 2 Grow Bags https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09FJK4CZB/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_N8QE9CP079A5HW72RY1Q
Yes it's WalMart, I mix that with the Coco bricks from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8FUUSJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_B8YQ6BTTCWW8CV7A8GCS?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It stretches the mix and I think it would keep soil moisture because pro mix tends to dry out and when you have alot of plants outdoors it gets expensive.
The one I’m looking at is almost 300$ I’m getting out of the military and want to grow my own as a new hobby. What do you think about this BloomGrow 32''x32''x63'' Grow Tent + 4'' Inline Fan Filter Duct Combo + 300W LED Light + Hangers + Hygrometer + Shears + 24 Hour Timer + Trellis Netting Indoor Grow Tent Complete Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FF6PSW7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_K6R08PMEX1JF4Z7DEPEE
My plants are in the ground and I used 6 and 12-inch hoop garden stakes. No tying involved and easy to move - GROWNEER 50 Packs 12 Inches Heavy Duty 11 Gauge Galvanized Steel Garden Stakes U-Shaped Staples Securing Pegs for Securing Weed Fabric Landscape Fabric Netting Ground Sheets and Fleece https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078K915XD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_0GK2W9QQPYNTJJV0N0WT
Try this thing. Super cheap (32$) and fun to use for other stuff for cannabis too.
If 20% of tricombs brown then harvest her. Ive tried jewellers loup but I am not that steady.
Based on hairs and leaves looks like it but hard to tell based on not knowing much about it.
I use this one.
I had two different mechanical ones fail on me, I'm done with them.
7 day timer, memory is battery backup, two outlets.
Limited-time deal: Wireless Digital Microscope Handheld USB HD Inspection Camera 50x-1000x Magnification with Stand Compatible with iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Android, Mac, Windows Computer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PVMRZQH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dl_K9CZ92AFDCPW34AEGH1P?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Works pretty good. Check my posts
Ran a few runs with this and the product didn't come out as well compared to a different solution I tried. I did 3 different tests each with 25 plants in two different groups. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007I6MN72/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_VXXD5EZZFTTPM5AYAFNA product I ended up finding superior after the tents. Was easier to use as well as there was no measuring or smell.
Rub it if it comes off its fungus youll need to defoliate all infected leaves and heavily spray the spores off the rest of the plant, get rid of the material same day in a trash far away from your grow. Make your u have proper ventilation as fungus loves humidity.
If it doesnt rub off its calcium or magnesium deficiency, this early into flower can really effect your yields. And can still be foliar fed for fast absorption https://growlightinfo.com/rust-spots-on-leaves-during-flowering/ <-good stuffs..
Before adding anything check your soil ph and make your adjustments based off that and your grow journal as it could also be nutrient burn and adding more nutes could be making the problem worse.
Also i see white specks on the there if you are misting stop asap
Like this kind of thing: https://www.amazon.ca/Carson-60X-120X-Lighted-Pocket-Microscope/dp/B00LAX52IQ/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=trichome+microscope&qid=1621385740&sr=8-5
Yeah they aren't great. But they'll let you see the colors of your trichomes, spot powdery mildew and see tiny bugs. Best you can hope for for $20.
No you can’t have too much c02.
Op you missing out on the real easy at home c02 solution. Those grow bags don’t really work and are pretty expensive! I wouldn’t worry about it being too much.
It’s harmful to have too much c02 for humans not plants lol.
WuyouChy CO2 Generator System... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L1VLMP4?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Check this out: it’s a tank you make c02 with by just adding citric acid and baking soda and water!!!
You can buy citric acid and baking soda in bulk from amazon and it only costs 2$ for 2 weeks of c02.
With the grow bags, you looking at going from like 500-650 ppm and it’s like 30$ a month. With this you looking at 4$ a month to get 1200ppm.
There’s no comparison!!!
Idk why this isn’t more well known. I never see it mentioned here besides me!
You can buy a marso hydro 2x2 kit for 400$ it's a bit pricey but it's a well worth investment find it here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088STYP1X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_SFWBVDQMSRXDBZ9F9DGM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I run these light do well and cheap 1000W LED Grow Light Dimmable LED Panel Grow Lights, High PPFD Sunlike Full Spectrum Plant Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Flower Greenhouse https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D3M5Z89/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_7FER0QCCHCF5QXPR2WTN?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I would recommend keeping the humidifier outside of the tent to humidify the room, rather than the tent (assuming you are pulling fresh air into the tent from the room). I also recommend getting THIS BOOK. It really helped me understand a lot more when I was starting out.
SonoFarm PRO Series 2000 LED Grow Light Samsung LM301B Diodes Full Spectrum Dimmable Daisy Chain Commercial Indoor Hydroponics Greenhouse 3000K 5000K 660nm 760nm IR https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08R6KLRHS/ref=cm_sw_r_sm_apa_fabc_PAE7Fb2W29DSH?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
My go to... I returned my two SF 1000 and was able to get a Sono 2000 and 1000 for the same price. Check out their website too.
Usa based company, 5 year warranty, genuine samsung diodes and Meanwell driver. More quality built than SF.
Dude, get a couple 2000w (268w) Quantum Boards. They have dimmers and full spectrum. Most growers build it themselves, but Amazon has them for like $150 each, and they outperform Viparspectra, Marshydro and Spiderfarm because the tech is newer. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D3DVGYQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_fzr-FbXGJKT6A?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
There are cation exchange sites in coco that will interfere with nutrition until they are buffered. The cation exchange sites in coco naturally come loaded with sodium (Na) and potassium (K) cations. However, the Na and the K are only weakly held to the exchange sites. In the presence of calcium (Ca) or magnesium (Mg), the sites will release their Na or K cations and lock onto the Ca or Mg. These processes are known as “cation exchanges”.
Buffering coco is accomplished by soaking it in Ca and Mg. This allows the cation exchanges to take place prior to adding plants. Simply soak your coco in a solution of Cal/Mag water and the exchange sites will release their K and Na cations and lock onto the Ca and Mg. When the cation exchange sites bond with Ca and Mg rather than Na and K, it is “buffered”. The bonds that hold the Ca and Mg to the sites are very strong and cation exchange will largely stop. This means that all of the nutrients that you add to the water will be available to the plant at the ratios that you provide them.
Growing in Un-Buffered Coco Many growers are unaware of the need to buffer the coco and they try to grow plants in unbuffered coco. In unbuffered coco, the cation exchange sites will strip the nutrient solution of the Ca and Mg and replace those cations with Na and K. This creates a sub-optimal Nutrient Element Ratio (NER) and renders Ca and Mg unavailable to the plant.
Failing to buffer the coco is why so many growers suffer calcium deficiencies in coco grows. Manufacturers of prepared coco products try to exploit these problems and convince growers that only their proprietary products are suitable for growing. However, it is actually very simple to properly buffer your coco yourself. This tutorial walks you through the process and provides all the information you need to turn even the cheapest brick of dehydrated coco into a superior growing medium.
Inkbird makes a cheap controller for this I’ve been looking at myself here Amazon
I hear ya. But those little cheap Wish cork bottles are cheap. Look into perfume sample bottles. They’re glass, with plastic lids, and airtight. They look good too. Some come with center sticks on the lids but they’re easily clipped.
Like these as an example. You can find them cheaper elsewhere.
I use these TOPGREENER Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring, 15A, 1800W, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa and Google Assistant, 2-Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FDFLFJL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_mSlgFbVB596V9
First of all, that's quite a showing for someone who doesn't know what they're doing. Looks like you're going to have a nice little harvest soon. Second thing- You're really awesome for growing this bud for your family member. A loupe like this is what you use to tell when the plant is ready for harvest. When you see trichomes turning amber on the calyxes (not the sugar leaves), you are in the harvest window.
For the next grow- Topping and training your plant is easy, and will boost your yields while making the grow much more manageable. Here's how I top and train:
That's all you gotta do. Good luck!
$60 Grow tent. ZKEEZM Mylar Hydroponic Water-Resistant Grow Tent, 34"x24"57" Black & Silver High Reflective Indoor Plant Growing Dark Room for Planting Fruit Flower with Observation Window, Floor Tray, 2 Grow Bags https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09FJK4CZB/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_N8QE9CP079A5HW72RY1Q
Oh so you do have gnats they will wreak havoc. They attack your roots so that may be a lot of your problem. 5 Million Live Beneficial Nematodes Sf - Fungus Gnat/Rootknot Gall Exterminator https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I0ZUGLK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_6PAVXEB531450WQDJFW0 Get them and use them they destroy he population just make sure you keep them in a cold place like a refrigerator and use them sparingly per watering keep your dirt moist and if you can get ahold of those thin plastic covers it helps keep the dirt moist so those nematodes can tear is up
Green juice! Its loaded with chlorophyll and tons of other nutrients fuck wheat grass lol
I run these on my tents HORTI CONTROL 6" DUST SHROOM 700970 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AE11DI8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_3NP39TF7BHRC8EZ2DEDG
They are washable and last years and years
I also have a commercial dust collector in my grow building! It’s a little overkill but I do tissue culture, there is no such thing as too clean! Like this WEN 3410 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Air Filtration System (300/350/400 CFM) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LPD9BDI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_3GMK3SSX816C8DE6N9EB?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
If it's this stuff, it's 3-0-3 so it's pretty mild but has nutrients.
As long as they look good, leaves pointing up, then you're good to go though. Especially when they are small less is more, because if you stress them, you'll lose time and growth with them recovering. You could do half strength on the first dose just to be safe but seems it was fine anyway.. With fresh soil, under nuteing isn't going to do any harm, but over definitely can, so I would always err on the side of caution.
Yes, 4" exhaust fan should do it. I would also leave the doors open during lights on so that the heat isn't all trapped in the closet. But that's just me. If noise is an issue I'd go with AC Infinity.
If it's not and cost is more your concern, something like this might be better for you.
I'd be more inclined to get two smaller fans rather than one big one, but that's only because I like to control every detail and I'd be treating each tent as its own environment even though they're right next to each other.
I really like these BIO BAGS for the drainage and they come in many sizes. I use the 30 gallon or the hundred gallon depending on what I’m growing.
This was a clonegifted to me from a friend. He said mine are doing better than his 🤷🏾♂️
Jacks Hydroponic 5-12-26 Part A Fertilizer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CWXTJ6X/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_ESSCSYJSNFWH09HZ86Q5?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
A dehumidifier in the tent will do just fine depending on how big it is. Venting is good if you run your exhaust 24/7. If you have your exhaust connected to a temp controller, and choose not to vent 24/7, drop your controller to 70° at night and open one of the Velcro flaps facing a wall to prevent light from getting in. Been doing this for years and never have my humidity go above 60% even after they’ve all been watered. You seem to have a full house so the humidifier in the tent seems to be out of the question, so venting 24/7 would be your only option. However, during the end of flower, you do want to keep your RH below 50%, so running your exhaust 24/7 will be needed at some point. Running a dehuey in conjunction with the exhaust is pointless because now you are trying dehumidify the air coming into the tent. My dehuey has its own humidity controller, so I just set it and it does the rest on its own.
Here’s the dehuey I have if your interested…..
Ivation Small-Area Compact Dehumidifier With Continuous Drain Hose for Smaller Spaces, Attic and Closets- Thermo-Electric Technology, Small In Size, Quiet Operation - Removes 70oz of Water Per Day https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074QSHG9P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_9M3FKYB4ZEG0FBGZRHQB
thats brave! that lights nice it was my second choice i forget why i decided on the bigger one
My first grow was hot like that (80F) and it got mold - never again! yes i have a wall unit a/c and the room isnt that big. i replaced a 400w mh with a mars hydro tsw 2000. im not married to the brand they just have good prices for the quality
If you hang around any growing sub for a month, you’ll see this chart posted at least twice a week. I just suggest this book. and hope it helps someone.
Check out grafting tape, its way better than electrical tape because it sticks to itself but not the plant
Apera AI209 is what I am running
Apera Instruments AI209 Value Series PH20 Waterproof pH Tester Kit, ±0.1 pH Accuracy https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ENFOHN8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_0MYE40R27Z6DC4QS69F6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I recommend having some on hand, its so cheap and very helpful.
Its called grafting tape and made for plants
Get some Boveda humidity packs, if the are a little too dry or a little too wet, the Boveda will make it right. I like the 58%, others prefer the 62%
KINGMAS 2 Lens 30x 60x Illuminated Jewelry Eye Loupe Jewelers Magnifier Magnifying with LED Lighting https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KMSE100/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_W8Z4GEGF0K4WJTH2W9YP?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Humboldts Secret Starter Kit Pack – World's Best Indoor & Outdoor Plant Fertilizer and Nutrient System: Base A & B – Golden Tree – Flower Stacker – Plant Enzymes – CalMag & Iron https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XH4533G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5S2FSG62EFFPK63NVS6G?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I picked this guy up for my 3x3. 5 year warranty with quality components.
SonoFarm SF 4000 PRO LED Grow Light 5x5 SAMSUNG LM301B Diodes Dimmable Commercial Grow Lights for Indoor Plants Full Spectrum Veg to Flower Grow Tent 3000K 5000K 660nm 760nm IR https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08R6KZKSS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_WW9HZF8H52PYYMYNM9D2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Otdair 400 LED 1500 watt 150 actual pretty good Mars hydro knock off
Otdair 1500W 400 LEDs Grow Light, 3x3ft Coverage Plant Light for Indoor Plants with Daisy Chain, Full Spectrum Plant Growing Light with Thermometer Hygrometer Timer, Dimmable Hydroponic Growing Lamps https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08R9YBHTW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_S4B4MKK26QEJ7EARD337
Autos also do their best with 18 - 24 hours of strong light per day so it's pretty amazing they look as good as they do. They would be shorter but bushier if they had good light
Some strains barely smell and others can stink out a room in a sealed baggie so you won't know what you're dealing with until they really start budding up.
A small grow tent with a carbon filter would give you a steady supply. A 2x2x6' tent, 4" exhaust fan with speed control to keep it quiet, carbon filter and a little LED light like this one, (I have the exact same one in a 2x4x4' tent) and it covers half of the tent really good.
You just start a new fem auto seed every couple of months and by the time the 2nd one is making it crowded in there the first one is ready for harvest and you start the 3rd one so every 2 months you harvest a couple or more ounces. Keep the light on 18hrs/day using a cheap timer and for maybe $500 - $800 you have a nice little system that is easy to hide and should be odourless. Tip: Buy a bigger carbon filter than the little ones sold with cheap systems and you get much better odour control and it will last a lot longer. Virgin Australian charcoal is the best.
I grow medicinally and over the years have put about $5000 into all my grow gear. The tent is just for small plants, clones etc. My main room is 7x9x6.5'h and I'm expanding it for another 8x4' flower area and I mainly use HID lights up to 1000W. Pot is legal here and I've yet to buy a single gram.
Is this a 3d print? Or did you buy these and modify them?
I use this vent outlet. It has a door that shuts when fan isn’t on. Might be a good solution for you. I run my fan 24/7 but it’s a nice feature.
Window Dryer Vent (Adjusts 24 Inch Through 36 Inch) by Vent Works https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M17V4CO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_AQTEYBX84RD98V4SYFWN?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
www.growweedeasy.com is a good place to start but I would also recommend getting a book. This book is what really helped me understand a lot when I started growing https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0932551467/ref=ppx\_yo\_dt\_b\_search\_asin\_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Get yourself a microscope to check the trichomes. Never have to guess if she's done again. Also take some badass, close up pictures of the frosting.
They could pretty easily with a seed counter. I just found out they even had them the other day.
It's possible with a seed counter. Somebody with this many seeds would have a seed counter, I would imagine. 😉✌
It looks like a blurple, and it seems to be fairly high above the canopy. I've used this light, which you'd think is 600W, but actually draws 260W at the wall. I found it was barely adequate for a 3 x 3 tent, but I noticed a 3 fold increase in bud size when I upgraded to a more efficient light. The efficiency of blurples is about 1.05 umol/w, whereas something like a Mars Hydro is 1.8 umol/w. If you multiply your actual draw wattage by the efficency, and divide by your square footage, you want to be somewhere around 65 umol/sqft (700 umol/m^2).
PAR at 18" 595 umol/m²/ . It was Givin to me by a friend For free It's farley new. Does it seem like I should upgrade.King Plus New Model 1000w LED Grow Light Double Chips Full Spectrum with UV&IR for Greenhouse Indoor Plant Veg and Flower(SMD Chips with Spotlight)
This is what I use...
Elcoho 60 Pieces Drip Emitters Adjustable Fan Shape Irrigation Drippers for 1/4 Inch Tube, 360 Degree Adjustable Water Flow Drippers for Drip System https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085R8GBGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_45MHNVREY3CC2CNM76H8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I used to just rub my larf against the screen in my trim bin to get what I could off it, and then Someone said to do this. I’m super glad I did. It’s easy and totally worth it. The bags I got off Amazon were these :
Bubble Bags 5 Gallon,4PCS Bubble... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08DXFZZLT?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
It looks like a calmag deficiency. Buffered might be good to start but as you flower plants might need more also the burnt tips might mean the water is too hot or nute burn either way they don't look very healthy. Maybe try a flush with plain water and add calmag to next feeding in a small amount.
This is what I use. You can usually find them at local garden centers or even Walmart.
Luster Leaf 1601 Rapitest Test Kit for Soil pH, Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potash
2 of these have you covered completely. 300 bucks
how cool i just ordered 2 of the MAXSISUN 200W Grow Light, Remote Control Dimmable PB 2000 Pro LED Grow Lights for Indoor Plants, Full Spectrum High-Performance Samsung Diodes & Mean Well Driver for a 3x3 Grow Tent Veg and Flowering https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083432HQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZFESGAMW9SZ0ESSNJRAN
Sorry I don’t know how to add a photo
I bought 2 of these
My problem is normally to much humidity. I have a dehumidifier that comes on a 50 and runs till 40.
IFTT should do that if you have smart switches.
This would be worth it
VIVOSUN Horticulture Highly Reflective Mylar Film Roll 4FT x 100FT 2 Mil https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018VI77QW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_7EF2S3YDSK5K6H8K7E8F?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I think I good PH pen and some nutrients will up your growing game by a lot. Below is the cheapest best PH pen you can get. The reason miracle grow does not work good is because it is way to high in nitrogen and missing micro and macro nutrients for cannabis. If you want to keep it simple use GH Maxibloom from start to finish. It’s owned by Scott’s who own miracle grow but it is a complete 1 feed nutrients. If you want to step you game up use Jacks 321.
Apera Instruments AI209 Value Series PH20 Waterproof pH Tester Kit, ±0.1 pH Accuracy https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ENFOHN8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_GFREH824GH4CNQPS2TAP
I honestly think one of those electric trimmers would be harder to grip and the vibrations aren’t good for people with issues with their hand dexterity. I would recommend some Chikimasa scissors, or anything similar that doesn’t have a spring to open them back up. The Chikimasa scissors are super light and so smooth that your hand doesn’t get tired.
I have these and love them https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JSYLY1I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_KTW9GFQ81E2Z3C512M28?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
No it’s not I will grab you a link. It’s off Amazon. They have none left atm. Portable Ceiling Fan Mini USB Tent Fans for Camping, Outdoor Hanging Gazebo Tents Ceiling Canopy Fan DC 5V Compatible Battery Power https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07FDDRFNH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_15H4A6ZKMDFX9N98N75P?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Check this out. Some pics and a video of the pump in action. I haven’t made any clones yet, but I have ordered a 13” clear plastic cloche to slip over the tops that is vented so I can also control humidity while they are younger.
Edit: total cost was somewhere in the range of 40$ for all the supplies. I was able to borrow what tools I didn’t have but had most everything took wise laying around so that wasn’t a cost associated with my build.
TotalPond A20011 Chlorine Remover Plus, 16-Ounce https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0049PJU8K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_9MNTSB4RM42BRJGG4VF2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This removes the chlorine and chloramines while removing ammonia and dangerous metals
If you want to spend some decent money look up relentless genetics or in house genetics. Although most of these breeders have amazing genetics. Just gotta grow it right. It's a plant take it slow and know your medium. What helped me the most was a digital soil moisture reader https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CJYTSH1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share Has helped me know when the ladies are thirsty Let them get down to 25-30% moisture and water/ feed
Swap your mars for
SonoFarm PRO Series 2000 LED Grow Light Samsung LM301B Diodes Full Spectrum Dimmable Daisy Chain Commercial Indoor Hydroponics Greenhouse 3000K 5000K 660nm 760nm IR https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08R6KLRHS/ref=cm_sw_r_sm_apa_fabc_PAE7Fb2W29DSH?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
🤌🤌 Really though you got it pretty well mapped out...happy growing
Sure thing. Vivosun 19inch bowl trimmer. Was skeptical from last harvest because I wanted one and saw tons of bad reviews. Then I found this guy Bill Ward (Canadian grower with channel on YouTube) review it with a good video. So I bought it and did the first run immediately after I got it out of the box. Works like a top.
VIVOSUN 19 inch Bud Leaf Bowl Trimmer with Clear Visibility Dome, Sharp Stainless Steel Blades for Spin Cut, Solid Metal Gear Box, and Hand Pruner (Upgraded Version) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NLXH9TT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_18N9FbYF9NDE9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Excellent. Yea I already ordered it thanks again! I've also got two super cheap lights thinking about hanging the new one in the middle with the cheapos are either side. 👍
Dammit and I know you're right. The other one I'm looking at had a$15 coupon making it $65 but I know you're right and this one's better...
This would be better at your price point.
Bloom Plus Grow Light BP1000 2x2ft Coverage Full Spectrum Led Grow Light with 336pcs Samsung Diodes High PPFD and High Output Led Grow Lamp for Hydroponic Indoor Seedling Veg and Flower Greenhouse https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082Y1PMWF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_i_LXu4Fb06A5DN0
Looks like she's took a fall while trying to stretch hunting for the light. Tbh I usually still have a dome or cup over seedlings that size. A simple gust of wind could have caused that snap. bless it's wee cotton socks.
As for the light intensity, if you've a half decent phone you could download this light meter app that works for hps and led lights. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.doggoapps.luxlight
Don’t mind at all.
No problemo, there’s plenty of info online from different studies involving how they can benefit your plants; I got mine from amazon
VIPARSPECTRA Grow Light, 2020 Pro Series P600 LED Grow Light, with Upgraded SMD LEDs(Includes IR), Full Spectrum and Dimmable Function for Hydroponic Indoor Plants Veg Flower https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088KK88NH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_-bBMFbD14B61W
MAXSISUN High Performance PB1000 LED Grow Lights with Samsung LEDs and Sosen Driver, Full Spectrum Growing Lamps for Hydroponics Indoor Plants from Seedling to Harvest in a 2 x 2 ft Grow Tent https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08342W6NW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_xbBMFbD246RBR
Check out amazon. Or do some foliar spray feeding.
Curious about this too... heard it'll half the transition from veg to flower as well as speed up overall flowering times.
rapidled has this growmau5 collab: https://www.rapidled.com/far-red-initiator-puck/
-ALSO ON AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Far-Red-LED-Initiator-Puck/dp/B073X5XSKB/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1516289559&sr=8-1&keywords=FAR+RED+INITIATOR+PUCK
Apera Instruments makes very very good ph pens. I’ve had mine for many months and I’ve calibrated it 2 times. I didn’t even need to calibrate it the 2nd time. I just wanted to see if it was off after a couple months, but it was still good! It’s still correctly calibrated right now, which has been another couple months since I did it last
I know some people use the cheap 15-20$ Orange and yellow ones amazon has with some pretty good results. I would personally spend a tad bit more and get one from Apera if you can.
Here’s the one I have: Apera ph20
I got a few seeds last year so I planted all just in case I ended up with males which I did, who's counting if it's never known? What are the repercussions? I think they just take away not sure.
I use IMG if you're on Android here is play store, I upload to that and grab the link and post it here, I use an app called boost for reddit which I customize so not sure exactly how to upload through the app but on boost I just pic the image and upload it might be the same with the Reddit app if not IMG will do it.
This is that kit.
HiGrade Analyzing Scope – Instant Mobile Testing Kit – Accurate Potency Test Kit – Includes: 1 HiGrade Scope, 1 Year HiGrade Pro App Subscription – Cultivation Assistance – for Home Growers https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FZHV4F5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_QGkHFbC4S5RFG
Price dropped 15% since I added it to my list a month ago. Not a good sign IMO.
This kit is $400 and does simple potency analysis at home. I’ve seen it used on some forums.
Sorry, not sure about on demand local labs.
It's a beast. The low profile lets me keep the tray close to the ground - which is an issue because I have height limitations. It's quiet and, thus far, reliable. And it has enough head height to move the drainage a good distance.
Well worth the money. I tried to buy anything recommended by coco for cannabis through their affiliate links to say "thanks for doing the work." But the float switch pump he had was twice as much.
You have enough time to get one of these shipped in (link below). Don't wast your time with loupes or hand held microscopes. You can plug this bad boy into your phone or laptop, and it is 100 times easier to see trichomes with.
STS is an abbreviation for Silver Thiosulfate Solution and it’s one way of making feminized seeds with no hermaphroditism characteristics
Here’s one product that’s reliable but really anything with STS will work. You can even test your inner chemist and make it yourself
One week before you flip to flower....Spray STS 4-5 days straight about 2 hours prior to lights off. In about a couple weeks harvest those sacks and carefully apply the pollen with a paint brush to the lower buds that won’t get very big anyways, and bam seeeeeeeeeeeds
Best seller. Curing helps potency a ton, bag appeal, flavors, smells, https://www.amazon.com/Boveda-62-Percent-2-Way-Humidity-Control/dp/B00JV27MF4/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=humidity+packs&qid=1599068199&sprefix=humidity&sr=8-3
Flower Fuel...and epsom salt...the epsom salt is better than the cal mag mixes....to each his own though..right 😀..
There are a lot of preventatives out there, the most common one being neem oil. You should be able to get it in the UK. the harshest chemical to use if you already have mites is Avid
It's expensive but you only need to use a little bit. I spray avid once, right before the dark cycle because light can burn your leaves. I say mites bc they are the most feared pest and are hard to get rid of. You can spray avid more than once in veg if your mites are bad. If you have fungus gnats, breaking up some of these and sprinkling them over top your soil will get rid of them quick.
I've never had any pesticide come up in testing, bc I spray during the veg cycle. By the time the buds come around, all the pesticides have gone away.
Probably, but the way to get rid of them is the same so thats why I said either. With mites they are almost always on the bottom side of the leaf. Thrips will be on both sides. Thrips are annoying as hell and they actually will bite you if they get a chance.
Maybe look for something like this? Although you’d probably want a different color temperature for flower; some thing with more red spectrum and less blue.
ELIVERN 100W LED Garage Lights with an E27 Base, Daylight LED Light Bulbs, Deformable Garage Ceiling Lights, E26/E27 LED Shop Light Bulb for Workshop, Basement and Warehouse https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086L1MCS7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_zd9fFb91C65FV
I personally usethis one for a 4x4 tent and it heats it extremely fast. Gets below freezing where i live and this can keep my tent at a steady 75
The mediums may act differently from one another and you likely won’t be able to make a homogeneous mix. This could cause complications for you. Which I’m not saying to discourage you because more than likely the new soil would be higher in nutrients and it doesn’t sound like you’re planning on using store bought nutes.
Non expert advice incoming, I’d highly recommend getting a second opinion:
When transplanting, depending on how dense the root structure is you can kind of shake out a bit of the previous medium to get rid of it so that it’s using more of the new medium.
Something that may help such a shock to the system would be something like this: Mycorrhizal Root Booster for A Bigger, More Explosive Root Mass (200g) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H5V7VZ2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ywxfFbSF9T78W
I’ve never used anything like this, but I’ve heard good things from others (not about this specific product, but in general)
Alternatively if something like that isn’t too affordable for you, I have heard of dusting the roots with cinnamon during transplant. It doesn’t do all the same things. But it’s supposed to be helpful.
Take all of that with a grain of salt. I’m still on my first grow so I’m by no means positive on this stuff. I hope you get a decent light mate. They have pretty good daily deals on amazon. I saw a 100w QB board get down to 75 bucks the other day. Good luck to you in your growing journey.
Any suggestion on a lighting controller? And putting them on something like this won’t work? https://www.amazon.com/Century-Outlet-Protector-Mechanical-Outlets/dp/B00MWHQZX0/ref=asc_df_B00MWHQZX0/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=167151358503&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=11296596728728995496&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqm...
It'll vary based on the plant, but I've transplanted and flowered 1 week later. I recommend a trowel like this to help get it out the 3 gallon pot.
Generally 2 weeks after transplant is sufficient unless the shock is super bad
about a tbsp or so of gypsum per 5 gal does well by me.
and yeah, you got it! test the runoff vs water going in . theres soil test kits that are pretty cheap and work okay, but not perfect of course lol. to be a bit more thorough, you can check the soil ph kit results vs the runoff. heres a link to the kits im mentioning.
I've been using one of these for about 8 months and it works ok, plants seem to like it. I spent another $80 on a 2 stage sediment/chlorine filter that I run through first. I wish I could afford a better system. This one wastes a significant amount of water. If you do go RO make sure to use Cal/Mag. Also you need sufficient water pressure to run this filter.