My Disappointing, even PATHETIC Grow!

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instead, i'm now on a hunt for a second tent.

and another LED light.

not going to happen, until maybe early next year, 2 months.

i am thinking of dimensions along 0.8 m (W) x 0.8 m (L) x 2.0 m (H) or up to 1 m x 1 m square area. first decide on the tent, before deciding on light.

creating a list of what and what price, etc..
I’m running a SF 2000 in 800x 800 x1800 with great results .
 
sambapati

sambapati

instead, i'm now on a hunt for a second tent.

and another LED light.

not going to happen, until maybe early next year, 2 months.

i am thinking of dimensions along 0.8 m (W) x 0.8 m (L) x 2.0 m (H) or up to 1 m x 1 m square area. first decide on the tent, before deciding on light.

creating a list of what and what price, etc..
If I win the tent contest I will send it to you -- how is that....
 
Kampbe1l

Kampbe1l

i learned some lessons about

- taking cuttings off motherplants which were in their early flowering phase
- planting out such young clones in early spring

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here is one of the rogues, she insisted on budding out even under 18/6 on/off light cycle. I gave up insisting on these clones to vegetate under the LED, so i placed them on the small balcony to soak up the natural conditions of early outdoor grow season, for them to do whatever they're gonna do.

she taught me:

- about timing of taking cuttings , depending on the motherplant's growth phase
- about timing of placing out plants in outdoor conditions
- and maybe i'm gonna fill up my small tent with 16 of these types of smaller budding clones.

she makes her presence known, she stinks, nice.

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these plants are designated to be decarboxylated, once harvested, dried & cured.
 
sambapati

sambapati

i learned some lessons about

- taking cuttings off motherplants which were in their early flowering phase
- planting out such young clones in early spring

View attachment 1053057

here is one of the rogues, she insisted on budding out even under 18/6 on/off light cycle. I gave up insisting on these clones to vegetate under the LED, so i placed them on the small balcony to soak up the natural conditions of early outdoor grow season, for them to do whatever they're gonna do.

she taught me:

- about timing of taking cuttings , depending on the motherplant's growth phase
- about timing of placing out plants in outdoor conditions
- and maybe i'm gonna fill up my small tent with 16 of these types of smaller budding clones.

she makes her presence known, she stinks, nice.

View attachment 1053058

these plants are designated to be decarboxylated, once harvested, dried & cured.
It is their destiny.
 
Kampbe1l

Kampbe1l

i call her my seedling, as its a vegetative plant in late spring, she is MASSIVE (in my eyes). Well, she ain't exactly small.

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she is becoming the main concern in my garden due to her sheer SIZE, and I like large ladies.

she has outgrown the small tent, about to outgrow the vegetative area, where she has kicked out all other residents. and i still refuse to clip her.

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i need to get the rotation in the garden going, need to harvest the 2 flowering plants, to make room in the garden.

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i'm starting to go around in circle, ending up at the same point, when i ask what to do with her.

noice headache to have, hey.
 
sambapati

sambapati

i call her my seedling, as its a vegetative plant in late spring, she is MASSIVE (in my eyes). Well, she ain't exactly small.

View attachment 1053908

she is becoming the main concern in my garden due to her sheer SIZE, and I like large ladies.

she has outgrown the small tent, about to outgrow the vegetative area, where she has kicked out all other residents. and i still refuse to clip her.

View attachment 1053909

i need to get the rotation in the garden going, need to harvest the 2 flowering plants, to make room in the garden.

View attachment 1053910

i'm starting to go around in circle, ending up at the same point, when i ask what to do with her.

noice headache to have, hey.
 
sambapati

sambapati

Yeti and Suzzy Sasquash have the best root structure I have seen. Better at really watering to overflow woth this batch and OK soil. Day 26 and just fimmed a little bit. Will do LSD and LSMFT with the girls. Bet I'm watching closely...
Yeti is now 14" tall and pushing the other plants around. I think I see white hairs on Prada. Just moved the light up today about 4", because some browning on the tips. I did burn one leaf with the blue 8watt light being too close -- leaf tatoo.
 
sambapati

sambapati

i call her my seedling, as its a vegetative plant in late spring, she is MASSIVE (in my eyes). Well, she ain't exactly small.

View attachment 1053908

she is becoming the main concern in my garden due to her sheer SIZE, and I like large ladies.

she has outgrown the small tent, about to outgrow the vegetative area, where she has kicked out all other residents. and i still refuse to clip her.

View attachment 1053909

i need to get the rotation in the garden going, need to harvest the 2 flowering plants, to make room in the garden.

View attachment 1053910

i'm starting to go around in circle, ending up at the same point, when i ask what to do with her.

noice headache to have, hey.
Did you get some asprin for your headache?
 
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