yea im back got zkittles and tangie this time how da lookin ?

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using pro mix moisture control potting mix mixed with perlite
using happy frog all purpose for veg and will be using happy frog fruit and flower for bloom
spiderfarmer sf4000 its set at about 50 percent right now
zkittles is 2 weeks 5 days old
tangie is on the last day of week 2
got them all in 3 gallon fabric pots
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BurnzYzBudZz

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Nice. Looking good. Where’d you source that tangie from? The real tangie was dank, was around a couple years ago.
 
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Looking forward to seeing you're progress. I'm hopefully going to grab a few strains from poekie at the end of the month. They look a little small, but also have that look that autos get right before their veg growth explodes. Especially the zkittles.
 
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when u guys water do u think the bottom 2 or 3 inches of mix in the pot is dry ? in my pots the bottom 2 or 3 inchs seems to be wetter then the 3/4 of the pot so do you wait until the bottom is completely dry to water
 
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Does that light have a dimmer? What power level is it set at?

I am doing my grow under the SE5000 and it is my first time using LED.
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when u guys water do u think the bottom 2 or 3 inches of mix in the pot is dry ? in my pots the bottom 2 or 3 inchs seems to be wetter then the 3/4 of the pot so do you wait until the bottom is completely dry to water

I think that is the goal... try to get a relatively dry cycle in before watering. You can poke a hole in the bottom 1/4 portion of those fabric pots then run the probe of a moisture meter in there to help determine how wet it is. There's a post floating around here somewhere on doing that...

Make those roots dig down to the bottom to find some water. 😊
 
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I think that is the goal... try to get a relatively dry cycle in before watering. You can poke a hole in the bottom 1/4 portion of those fabric pots then run the probe of a moisture meter in there to help determine how wet it is. There's a post floating around here somewhere on doing that...

Make those roots dig down to the bottom to find some water. 😊
yea i read that post
 

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