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Jacky White. Here, We Grow!

Discussion in 'Grow Diaries' started by Jabsaw, May 29, 2018.

  1. Jabsaw

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    This will be my first solo run. I've been on the sidelines on a few outdoor grows with some friends. Started beans on 5/8 a little late but, none the less.

    Put them in ff light warrior on 5/15 been under the sun ever since brought them in on a few of the cool nights after sundown
     
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  2. Jabsaw

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    A few different looks
     
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  3. Jabsaw

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    Well here we are day 22 maybe over water, heat stress? Not much in growth some yellow leaves, and veins tinted as well, new growth, but very little. No ferts, only inoculated with caps nute/root pack. No water for last 7 days. Plan on drizzling some water just around the base and see.
     
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  4. Jabsaw

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    Biggest is 3", followed by 2 1/4".
     
  5. NHWhites

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    Why haven’t you watered them?
     
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  6. Ar.BsG

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    They Look thirsty
     
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  7. Hungry for sure.
     
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  8. Jabsaw

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    Well during the last week/heat wave I fully saturated them twice 3 days apart. I then noticed the yellowing so I backed off, and the soil was still damp bout good 1/2" down. I've drilled 1/4"holes in the bottom sides of the cups to allow for them to drain the first time I inoculated to run off. I did give them some plain H2O tonight before sundown. I planned on inoculation tonight, but will hold off until Friday. Didn't water too run off though just around the outside a bit. I've got some FAA, and FPJ 1000:1, I just wanted to wait until I transplanted into one gallon bag before ferts. Or should I just go ahead and start now. Thanks.
     
  9. Ar.BsG

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    I'd go ahead and transplant into moist, nutrient rich soil then you should be fine . Just my opnion
     
  10. Jabsaw

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    Ok cool, I wanted to transplant this week but the way they were looking I felt like I should see if they would green up a bit, before any possible further shock.
     
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  11. Feed them now regardless if you transplant or not. Sooner you transplant the better imo.
     
  12. Ar.BsG

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    I was just saying that if you transplant into nute rich soil no need to feed and I've Realy never had a problem with transplant shock unless root bound . Once again just my opnion bro
     
  13. Jabsaw

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    Right on.
     
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    Have you checked to see if they’re root bound? Definitely transplant as others have mentioned
     
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    I transplanted, definitely not root bound. Far less roots than I'd hoped for. The roots had made it to the bottom of the cup but not the sides.
     
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    Not a problem better early then bound up .. what's the temp ben ??
     
  17. Jabsaw

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    Was 90'S then flipped to 70's
     
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    90s temp probaly why they look like that .
     
  19. Jabsaw

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    I think they're doing well inoculated with Caps Bennies last night. Thanks for the help guys the transplant into nutrient rich soil was the key.
     
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