May as well do a grow diary since there's not much else going on at the moment.
These are Blueberry Muffin #10 crossed/bred by Humboldt seed company.
Razzleberry x Purple Panty Dropper x Blueberry.
2017 Emerald Cup winner.
The clones were grown by DarkHeart Nursery and distributed by Harborside dispensary in Oakland.
I am just getting back into growing for something productive to do, so I am only growing 2 at the moment.
This is under a new Spider Farmer SE5000
Lights on 24/7
This is a soil grow in 7 gal fabric pots using FoxFarms Happy Frog
Using RO water that I get from my local Walmart for 39 cents a gallon
All watering/feedings are PH'd to ~6.3 - 6.5 using Up/Down
Nutrients are Mission Organic nutes
Generic fish/kelp fert
.....and for (organic) pest control if needed:
Capt Jack's Deadbug (Foliar spray)
SNS 209 (Systemic)
Monterey Garden Insect Spray RTU - in case of caterpillars in flowering
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Fresh from the dispensary and put into Solo cups for about a week...
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And here is week 3 of veg freshly put into 7 gal fabric pots...
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Week 5 of veg...
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And currently at week 6 of veg...
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And my lighting setup is a bit funky. The first 2 weeks of their veg was only under the T3 lights as I didn't have the Spider Farmer
yet. When I got the Spider Farmer
, I put it in place and removed the T3 fixture altogether. I had the Spider Farmer
at about 24" and only at 40% power. The plants hated it and began to droop pretty quickly. Temps/humidity were not the issue. It never went over 77F and humidity is always between 45 -55%. So I raised the Spider Farmer
up to 36" but the plants remained unhappy. I then put the T3's back in place underneath the Spider Farmer
as seen in the below pic and they responded quickly and perked right back up. So, this is how it stays until I go into flower. Then the T3's go away and the plants are just going to have to deal with the Spider Farmer
. Different hormones kicking in then, so maybe they won't be such spoiled princesses.
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