Locke's run with Trustfall's Genetics

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Humidity has stayed pretty at much 35-40%, I thought about running a humidifier but with how little I'm actually home i said screw it.

Today is day 10 for #1&2, planning to transplant them into one gallon pots Sunday.
Going in to more happy frog amended with Gaia green all purpose 4-4-4 and glacial rock dust.

I always leave room in the solos to account for stretch but maybe I should stop lol...

Oh yeah, #6 didn't make it. When I manually germinated it the cotyledons sprouted from the casing not the root and I guess that threw it off pretty bad.
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Transplanted #4 today. #1&2 were on schedule to transplant first but with watering needs this worked out better, will transplant them tomorrow.

Went into one gallon plastic pot, happy frog amended with 2 tbps Gaia green glacial rock dust and 1.5 tbsps all purpose 4-4-4.

Watered in with about 750ml tap water. Let the veg commence
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Here's some pics from last night, I always forget to take them before I water lol.

I'm Still getting the hang of keeping the soil moist at all times for the organics, but I'm sure I'll get it down soon enough. I've spent all my time until now focusing on how dry i can get before it's too dry running synthetics.

Planning to transplant 3 and 5 probably tomorrow.

So far it seems the leafs are coming in 1,3 then 7 fingers and skipping 5, that's cool.

I noticed a couple rust spots here and there on the transplanted ones and I'm assuming it's something to do with calcium. I'm going to leave it alone for now and allow the organics to break down a bit before doing anything

Long winded ass dude lol
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Removed the first single leaf on all the plants except for the spacey one after I took this video. They were touching the soil or close enough to it, time to go
 
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Well they are healthy as can be now! Are you potting them up again or flowering them in those pots?
 
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Well they are healthy as can be now! Are you potting them up again or flowering them in those pots?
Ive been planning to flower them in 5 gals. I'm going to try and transplant females and remove males as they make themselves known then flip to flower. If I knew they were all ladies I'd probably just flower all 5 in the one gals pretty soon
 
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Ok cool, I was thinking he better flip if he’s flowering in those pots lol. I’m glad to see they are all doing well now.
 
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Ok cool, I was thinking he better flip if he’s flowering in those pots lol. I’m glad to see they are all doing well now.
Thanks! Lol yeah my seedlings usually look rough until I get them to one gallon pots. I tend to overbaby seedlings in solos I think.

Youve got me curious about flipping soon and flowering in one gallons cause I don't know what I've actually got male/female.

I never know what I'm doing til it I'm doing it lol
 
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I love the look of these plants so far. I just watered the heavy one, should be up and at it soon enough.
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Heres my wifes favorite, #4. Definitely the happiest one. Don't think I've grown such a happy plant yet
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Lol do roots give anyone else the creeps 🤣
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The time to transplant to 5 gallon pots is just about here and I have no clue what I'm gonna do lol.
None are showing any preflowers so I'm hesitant to start up potting for a couple reasons. One, I doubt I could fit 5 5 gallon pots in the tent and 2, that's a lot of soil to not be sure with.
I plan to save and reuse my soil so at the end of the day nothing is really lost If I do start up potting.

On the other hand i could flip now and start top dressing flower nutrients. Decisions decisions

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The time to transplant to 5 gallon pots is just about here and I have no clue what I'm gonna do lol.
None are showing any preflowers so I'm hesitant to start up potting for a couple reasons. One, I doubt I could fit 5 5 gallon pots in the tent and 2, that's a lot of soil to not be sure with.
I plan to save and reuse my soil so at the end of the day nothing is really lost If I do start up potting.

On the other hand i could flip now and start top dressing flower nutrients. Decisions decisions

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As long as you don’t mind watering everyday you can. The yield per plant will be lower too though. When I do two gallon pots and trim up the bottoms I get about a wide mouth mason jar worth.😊
 
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