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Thank you! My local grow store has been a huge help for me through this whole process, some reading on my own and just research has led me to this and hopefully a successful harvest.
You're doing great. Flowering can be a nerve wracking two months for new growers sometimes, just keep things simple and try not to overthink stuff as the plants go through changes.

What are you using for nutrients? Also you may already be aware of this but I'll mention it just in case; avoid cutting the N back too much in early flower. It's best if you run veg nutes for the first 2-3 weeks of flower.

Again, well done man. Very nice for your first. Lol it makes my first grow seem ridiculous.
 
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Copy that @Dirtbag, don’t even recall what minuscule amount my first harvest was...
Mine was 3 Durban plants under a 400w HPS in my bedroom closet. No training at all, I just used some random peat mix and fed it earth juice bloom... I had the closet door off and a towel hung over it to block light, and the bedroom window open with a fan propped in it, blowing towards the closet lol. I had NO smell control and it stunk up the whole townhouse complex.. yellow light blazing from my bedroom window. .haha. I had serious ballz when I was young. Looking back I cant believe I never got caught.

Ill never forget.. I pulled 4.25 oz of sweet sweet Durban which for me at that age was like winning a lottery. It was an ugly grow, but the plants turned out great.
 
You're doing great. Flowering can be a nerve wracking two months for new growers sometimes, just keep things simple and try not to overthink stuff as the plants go through changes.

What are you using for nutrients? Also you may already be aware of this but I'll mention it just in case; avoid cutting the N back too much in early flower. It's best if you run veg nutes for the first 2-3 weeks of flower.

Again, well done man. Very nice for your first. Lol it makes my first grow seem ridiculous.
I’m using the roots organics soul lineup, I have a super soil mix for the soil which I let sit in a 40 gallon container for about 2-3 weeks before I put it in the pots while the plants were still growing before transplanting. I started to give them some flower nutrients a week or two before to start to transition them but I’m just nervous that something will go wrong during the flower and I just don’t want that! My whole mentality during this grow is to try and keep it simple so there is less to go wrong, I really appreciate the feedback and the support through this journey too guys!!
 
Mine was 3 Durban plants under a 400w HPS in my bedroom closet. No training at all, I just used some random peat mix and fed it earth juice bloom... I had the closet door off and a towel hung over it to block light, and the bedroom window open with a fan propped in it, blowing towards the closet lol. I had NO smell control and it stunk up the whole townhouse complex.. yellow light blazing from my bedroom window. .haha. I had serious ballz when I was young. Looking back I cant believe I never got caught.

Ill never forget.. I pulled 4.25 oz of sweet sweet Durban which for me at that age was like winning a lottery. It was an ugly grow, but the plants turned out great.
Ya I don’t have any filter to control the smell so my house smells of blueberry pancakes and bud from the in-line hurricane fan, side note, needed the speed controller for that thing cause it’s so powerful. How you said your light coming out of your window reminds me of how my plant in my room was when my dad was sick, at night I would come home and just see a light like the sun in the window lol
 
I’m using the roots organics soul lineup, I have a super soil mix for the soil which I let sit in a 40 gallon container for about 2-3 weeks before I put it in the pots while the plants were still growing before transplanting. I started to give them some flower nutrients a week or two before to start to transition them but I’m just nervous that something will go wrong during the flower and I just don’t want that! My whole mentality during this grow is to try and keep it simple so there is less to go wrong, I really appreciate the feedback and the support through this journey too guys!!
Really
Appreciate the feedback and support again everyone! Hopefully will have you guys following up on the conclusion and whole flower process!
 
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