20 light, 25 plant, Screen of Green

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flowamasta

flowamasta

PURE SEX :P insane op man. insane! awesome coverage, looking very consistent indeed. good manageable size for quick turn around :)
 
bigcheese510

bigcheese510

looks like i caught the end of this 1.. you guys did amazing work on the build out and the grow. cant wait to see another more dialed grow from this team. .
 
ttystikk

ttystikk

Very impressive- as ever, I'd love to hear deets on total yields... and another thing; how easy it is (or not) to turn this room around and set up to run it again.
 
BC farmer

BC farmer

RESULTS ARE IN!!

The trough that did the best was the GH bed, without any extra's, simple 1,2,3 formula. Promix with 30% perlite, almost hit 5 lbs.

The lowest came out to just over 4 which was the organic GH ,Coco bed.
TOTAL amount was 23lbs.

Given that we have had soil PH and Thrip problems we are pleased. The potential is here to hit the 30 mark given those problems and the fact that the screens were not fully covered.

As far as the Adjusta Wings, Paul Cronk: Honestly 2lbs pr 600? Maybe..I guess we will find out on the next run. For now I am hesitant to give you my two thumbs up on your shades. Have done equally or better with cheap shades on tables and 600's..

As far as the Mighty Mite. Really nice smoke, uplifting, great nose, this strain we are keeping. We left them for 9 weeks.

The tunraround was easy and quick. Two guys, going hard for three days (trim not included), walls, floors, shades, rooms bleaching, replacing fabric etc.
We opted to replace the landscape fabric for the troughs, cheap to do and garanteed clean. Taking the old ones to the commercial laundry mat soon and see how they come out.
Improvements on the next run:

Additional dehu to keep the RH down at night
Commercial Humidifier for daytime, this latest gizmo uses 4g an hour and should do the trick.

Thank you all again for the great comments and positive vibes,

Here a few final pics of this run

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ttystikk

ttystikk

Wow, straight killin' it. No run is ever totally perfect, unless you're luckier than God himself. There will always be issues, but for a first run on a new system in a new setup, you've got nothing to be ashamed of. Nothing at all!

Great bud porn, excellent branching on the girls' structure, love the trough approach. Do you transplant when they're babies and veg here for awhile, or when they're just about ready to flower?
 
The Mulls

The Mulls

DAM! there is no smiley to convey what my eyes b doin all around this here thread of yours BC Farmer ..... . . jusT all dam fine awsUmness bout everYthing ... setuP . space . toys . genes . buds . skills ..... 23lbs ... . Oh my ... ... THIS is what Mrs Mulls dreams are made of .... . thanks n cheers :p
 
BC farmer

BC farmer

Wow, straight killin' it. No run is ever totally perfect, unless you're luckier than God himself. There will always be issues, but for a first run on a new system in a new setup, you've got nothing to be ashamed of. Nothing at all!

Great bud porn, excellent branching on the girls' structure, love the trough approach. Do you transplant when they're babies and veg here for awhile, or when they're just about ready to flower?

Hi ttystikk,

For this next run we will be needing to veg them for a bit before we flip them. They have been vegging for a bit
elsewhere.
BCF
 
hort-hog

hort-hog

Special thanks to bc farmer for the coverage and for being such a hard working, diligent partner.

And thanks to everyone else for all your encouragement and praise. It really makes a big difference to us to give and get feedback.

I was especially excited to share the results of the different feed programs. The results confirmed our suspicion that the environment is paramount, and food less of a factor than nutrient manufacturers would have us believe.
 
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