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  1. gorillaglueaaron

    New grower with brown spots please help!

    That I might by able to help you with. Can you take some pics?
  2. gorillaglueaaron

    New grower with brown spots please help!

    I'm not an expert with hydro. You'll have to wait for someone more experienced to give you an exact answer.
  3. gorillaglueaaron

    New grower with brown spots please help!

    You can look under the leaves for bugs and if you have a microscope, you can cut off a piece of the leaf near the hole and check for mites.
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    New grower with brown spots please help!

    I think your pH is a bit too high. Calcium is pretty pH sensitive.
  5. gorillaglueaaron

    First grow in coco, couple leaf issues.

    This looks exactly like my current plant just before I had light stress. Maybe you're pumping it too hard without other parameters perfected?
  6. gorillaglueaaron

    New grower with brown spots please help!

    That seems like a decent amount of calmag so maybe I'm wrong. The leaves won't heal but considering there are so few leaves, the plants still needs them so don't cut them of quite yet.
  7. gorillaglueaaron

    New grower with brown spots please help!

    Looks like a calcium deficiency to me.
  8. gorillaglueaaron

    First grow in coco, couple leaf issues.

    That's where the smaller pots come into place. You can water those to runoff while maintaining good oxygen capacity. You just have to water them more frequently.
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    First grow in coco, couple leaf issues.

    I agree, not that that has anything to do with the problems though.
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    First grow in coco, couple leaf issues.

    But doesn't the dry coco affect pH? Also coco has good oxygen exchange so can't the plant handle the overwatering?
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    First grow in coco, couple leaf issues.

    What's wrong with watering until runoff in coco?
  12. gorillaglueaaron

    Thinking about buying this lights

    It's a good light but there are better options. Depending on your situation (budget, tent size, desired results...), this may be a good option for you. Here are a couple others that I looked into when choosing my light: HLG. HLG lights are some of the better quality lights on the market right...
  13. gorillaglueaaron

    Why are my nodes stretching?

    Long internodes are caused by (in no specific order): light spectrum light intensity difference in day temps and night temps strain pheno As said above, alternating nodes happen on clones and branches.
  14. gorillaglueaaron

    Good oscillating fan for indoor

    Doesn't exist. oscillating fans break within months. I've never heard of someone who had an oscillating fan that lasted them more than a grow. Some component always breaks.
  15. gorillaglueaaron

    GGA's skunk #1 under an XS2000!

    Day 1 of flower. Switched to 12/12 last night. I'm up to almost 800 ppfd with no problems. Hoping I'll be able to fill out the net before the stems get too thick.
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    tobh's thread about whatever

    It's always "There's a reason it's called weed, leave it alone."
  17. gorillaglueaaron

    Certa 600w led grow light

    Don't use purple LEDs. Get a full spectrum board.
  18. gorillaglueaaron

    One Pound One Gallon Challenge

    A gram is 1 cubic cm of pure water at sea level so the gram is the base unit of measurement. A gram is 1.0000000000. It's the base unit.
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    One Pound One Gallon Challenge

    good ol wikipedia: International avoirdupois ounce The international avoirdupois ounce (abbreviated oz) is defined as exactly 28.349523125 g under the international yard and pound agreement of 1959, signed by the United States and countries of the Commonwealth of Nations. In the avoirdupois...
  20. gorillaglueaaron

    One Pound One Gallon Challenge

    For some reason here it's 28g/oz up to 15oz but at 16 you just throw an extra 6g in there to make it 454g. The 16th oz is 34g.
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