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bellumromanum

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Day 51 Fleur
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Gotta get better at full bud shots...
Or get better full buds...
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'Bud shot' sounds like a cheap fight move... ๐Ÿค”

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Happy solstice, Solar System-dwellers!
Go try to catch Jupiter and Saturn smoochin'...
...might not get another chance for 800 years.

They're positively engorged. Swollen even. Tumescent. A living phallic testament to your commanding grasp of the horticultural arts. Growing a sea of fat dicks that live only to service your whimsy. You sly devil you. Phallus master. mmmmyessssss

So this kid I know was like 'hey man I'll bring you a pound of this shit and if you wanna make oil out of it we'll split 50/50.' It's been pretty cool, I'm supah baked.
 
beluga

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They're positively engorged. Swollen even. Tumescent. A living phallic testament to your commanding grasp of the horticultural arts. Growing a sea of fat dicks that live only to service your whimsy. You sly devil you. Phallus master. mmmmyessssss

So this kid I know was like 'hey man I'll bring you a pound of this shit and if you wanna make oil out of it we'll split 50/50.' It's been pretty cool, I'm supah baked.
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That's a fuckin' deal, right there.

But thanks for the vote of confidence! I'm happy with whatever they put out... I'll just be a lot happier when I get the height/canopy maintenance down pat. Yield-wise... we'll see... @BudGoodman said she's not much of a producer and I'm inclined to trust him.
I'm not all too invested in production, however. More so just have an OCD craving for columnar rows of stacked buds...
 
beluga

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Day 52 Fleur

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Got this on a couple upper solar panels... ๐Ÿค”
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Might even just be one plant... hard to say.
Will have to look into my deficiency reference... maybe Ca..?

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MIMedGrower

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what the
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Got this on a couple upper solar panels... ๐Ÿค”
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Might even just be one plant... hard to say.
Will have to look into my deficiency reference... maybe Ca..?

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Looks like nutrient burn starting.
 
beluga

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Looks like nutrient burn starting.
Hm. I've cut back my ferts a bit over the past week or so... have had the yellow tips for a bit now, but the splotchy brown around the midrib I've only just noticed.
Correlatively makes me wonder deficiency... reference suggests to me maybe P... which would definitely make sense with the yellow tips that've been there a bit and then that splotching developing when it was cut back more...
 
MIMedGrower

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Hm. I've cut back my ferts a bit over the past week or so... have had the yellow tips for a bit now, but the splotchy brown around the midrib I've only just noticed.
Correlatively makes me wonder deficiency... reference suggests to me maybe P... which would definitely make sense with the yellow tips that've been there a bit and then that splotching developing when it was cut back more...


Well if its a deficiency of a mobile nutrient, and edge burns are typically K, the damage would appear on older leaves. Are these upper leaves? If so she is still burning from too high nutrients. Do you know the runoff ec? I monitor it every time to see trends. And if you didnt run some fresh water through to help break up some excess when you saw the tips burn then maybe still too much nutes in the media. A week is not a long time. Things just get started in a week.

dig?
 
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Agree with MiMed it looks like nutes are a bit too hot. You could ride them out on very little nutes from here honestly, like 1/4 -1/2 the label rate, or about 350-400ppm, 0.8-0.6ec
I know you dont use a meter, but if you did..๐Ÿ˜œ
 
beluga

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Well if its a deficiency of a mobile nutrient, and edge burns are typically K, the damage would appear on older leaves. Are these upper leaves? If so she is still burning from too high nutrients.
They are indeed upper leaves.
Do you know the runoff ec?
Nope. ๐Ÿคฆ It's aeroponic... so I guess just res EC would the appropriate designation.
And if you didnt run some fresh water through to help break up some excess when you saw the tips burn then maybe still too much nutes in the media. A week is not a long time. Things just get started in a week.
I'll run some fresh through this evening... unfortunately can't move shit around to do a proper exchange... but they go through it quickly anyway.
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Agree with MiMed it looks like nutes are a bit too hot. You could ride them out on very little nutes from here honestly, like 1/4 -1/2 the label rate, or about 350-400ppm, 0.8-0.6ec
I know you dont use a meter, but if you did..๐Ÿ˜œ
I've been at 1/3 label rate a lot of this grow. Cut back to ~1/4 recently ๐Ÿคท
But yeah... I oughta wise up and use some of that blasphemous meter magic... I've been lucky enough in the past to never really have the need and just ebb and flow with plant signals... or maybe I just never cared all too much about optimal plants...

Either way, as always, greatly appreciate the experienced insights from both you fellas!
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Looking great man! I can't believe you've gone through this whole grow without a meter, I dig your cavalier attitude... I don't think it'd work out for me though๐Ÿ˜‚
Pictures have been stellar too!
I cant wait to see the harvest and hopefully a peek under their skirt to see that beautiful root structure!
Absolute class @beluga !
 
beluga

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Looking great man! I can't believe you've gone through this whole grow without a meter, I dig your cavalier attitude... I don't think it'd work out for me though๐Ÿ˜‚
Pictures have been stellar too!
I cant wait to see the harvest and hopefully a peek under their skirt to see that beautiful root structure!
Absolute class @beluga !
Haha... yeah, the cavalier thing has treated me well enough so far. I hadn't even had a pH meter until... three grows ago? And that was probably five years ago.. to put into perspective how infrequently I've grown throughout the years.
I haven't grown nearly the volume of the well-equipped veterans around here, though, so the numbers are definitely working in my favor there.
But... I don't want to end up wasting time and resources or end up with sub-optimal results as I have in the past.. so, I'll probably see myself conforming shortly here... maybe. I do like the call/response methodology/relationship a lot... but it's definitely got its obvious limitations.

I'll be sure to take some reservoir and root mass shots before I pluck them all the way out... should be pretty interesting... I've never grown them out this much in this container.
 
Milson

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They are indeed upper leaves.

Nope. ๐Ÿคฆ It's aeroponic... so I guess just res EC would the appropriate designation.

I'll run some fresh through this evening... unfortunately can't move shit around to do a proper exchange... but they go through it quickly anyway.

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Hell yes, dig dug. That and bubble bobble are heavy parts of the ol childhood over here.

Edit: i just felt myself do the muscle memory to blow a bubble under yourself in bubble bobble, a game i have not played in well over twenty years. It's creepy how much screen reality has crept into my subconscious and body.
 
beluga

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Hell yes, dig dug. That and bubble bobble are heavy parts of the ol childhood over here.
In my head (at 6AM):

Mimed: dig?

My head: dug.
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OOOHHHH shit!!

Samesies on the dig dug/bubble bobble front... burger time probably falls into that era, too.
And all the usual Mario Link Samus suspects...
Bubble bobble was my jam for a hot minute though.
 
beluga

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Day 53 Fleur
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Giving them just water right now.
I imagine they'll cycle through whatever excess they've reached in no time.
Will have to keep a close eye on them over the next few days. ๐Ÿง

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Now that my perception is such to think burnt,
they're starting to look quite burny. ๐Ÿ˜•

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Other seed site protruding from its womb ๐Ÿค—
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Crowning?
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beluga

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They look great. Stacking good now. Tip burn not advancing. Frosty as fuck. What more do you want? :-)
If you're playing santa, I'll take a little motorcycle. Maybe an RE Continental GT or a Husqvarna Svartpilen... whichever you can bring by sunup tomorrow. ๐Ÿงโฑ

But yeah, yesterday was the first day I really noticed that nice cumulus-style stacking
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Just hoping the burn doesn't escalate or bite me in my dumb non-monitor-having ass with some other affliction while I try to remedy it.

Thanks again for the diagnosis!
 
beluga

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Day 54 Fleur
Short update for this Christmas Eve
Got home to the basement flooding.
Woke up this morning to the ceiling of our half bath falling in with water damage.
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Mazel tov!
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Happy Sol Invictus!

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Dang that sounds anoying af. Plants look great!
It was quite minor in contrast to the things to appreciate.

We're in our own cool, old house with heat that can be dialed to our preference with the click of a button.
We've a variety of foods that we could pick up from a variety of stores that are miles away but remarkably accessible with our amazing automobiles.
Irish coffee; mimosas; Italian, Californian, Spanish, French wines; Whisky from the Scottish Highlands.
Cannabis that we can grow inside away from almost all natural inputs.
CATS!
Sentimental music that hits the feels real hard and gets you thinking about snow days and falling asleep while looking at lights strung about a tree. Nat King Cole.
Handheld computers in our pockets that keep us connected the world over...
To people and community - alive and dead, near and distant, engaged and estranged - their impressions, noted with heavy underscores in our dutiful absenteeism. In our veiled exchanges.
And it even snowed a little on Christmas.

A little bit of plywood, drywall, some shingles, bit of flashing, and a few hours of work out in the seasonably subfreezing climate should hide well in the shadows of what to be acknowledging. And, hell, that I'm able to even do that can go right on that list of appreciation.

Merry no longer Christmas, peeps.
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Day 55 Fleurmas
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Third day of just water.
Looks like the tacoing leaves might be righting themselves some.
I thought that may have been the light intensity... maybe not.
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Thinking about all these things to appreciate and how I don't want to push my karmic balance out of whack with doing not-so-legal things,
Thinking I'm gonna hang up the naughty girls for a bit,
Thinking I'm gonna smudge the air of any stagnant bad-judiciary-vibes,
I'm thinking...
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Chocolate Pepper
Bull's Horn Pepper
Beaver Dam Pepper
Cherokee Purple Tomato
Misc. Heirloom Tomatoes


Looks like peppers have an indica/hybrid flowering period and Tomatoes have a sativa.
Should bring me right up to spring planting time...

I'll probably do the tomatoes under the new LED strip fixture and the peppers under my current one.
PPFD Saturation Point for tomatoes is 1176 as opposed to Cannabis' 1000
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And peppers' 504.

We'll see.
 
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beluga

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Week 8 Fleur
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Fourth day just water.
Well. When I say just water, I mean no added food.

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I think they're starting to give off some "I'm done" signals.
Just an air about the tent the past few days.
Maybe the gradual nutrient depletion set 'em off a bit.
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The aroma profile is really matured.
It hides its fruitiness deep within a gassy cloud of citrus skunk syrup.
Not diesely per se. But definitely a pungent, fumy skunk cleaner.
Then, after the gas has stopped stinging your nose, the luscious apple grape explodes through.

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BudGoodman

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It was quite minor in contrast to the things to appreciate.

We're in our own cool, old house with heat that can be dialed to our preference with the click of a button.
We've a variety of foods that we could pick up from a variety of stores that are miles away but remarkably accessible with our amazing automobiles.
Irish coffee; mimosas; Italian, Californian, Spanish, French wines; Whisky from the Scottish Highlands.
Cannabis that we can grow inside away from almost all natural inputs.
CATS!
Sentimental music that hits the feels real hard and gets you thinking about snow days and falling asleep while looking at lights strung about a tree. Nat King Cole.
Handheld computers in our pockets that keep us connected the world over...
To people and community - alive and dead, near and distant, engaged and estranged - their impressions, noted with heavy underscores in our dutiful absenteeism. In our veiled exchanges.
And it even snowed a little on Christmas.

A little bit of plywood, drywall, some shingles, bit of flashing, and a few hours of work out in the seasonably subfreezing climate should hide well in the shadows of what to be acknowledging. And, hell, that I'm able to even do that can go right on that list of appreciation.

Merry no longer Christmas, peeps.
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Day 55 Fleurmas
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Third day of just water.
Looks like the tacoing leaves might be righting themselves some.
I thought that may have been the light intensity... maybe not.
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Thinking about all these things to appreciate and how I don't want to push my karmic balance out of whack with doing not-so-legal things,
Thinking I'm gonna hang up the naughty girls for a bit,
Thinking I'm gonna smudge the air of any stagnant bad-judiciary-vibes,
I'm thinking...
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Chocolate Pepper
Bull's Horn Pepper
Beaver Dam Pepper
Cherokee Purple Tomato
Misc. Heirloom Tomatoes


Looks like peppers have an indica/hybrid flowering period and Tomatoes have a sativa.
Should bring me right up to spring planting time...

I'll probably do the tomatoes under the new LED strip fixture and the peppers under my current one.
PPFD Saturation Point for tomatoes is 1176 as opposed to Cannabis' 1000
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And peppers' 504.

We'll see.

Salsa. Yum.
 

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