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Sweet Seeds Competition Grow Diaries 2011/12


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    • SYZYGY
      @Hydro-H Thanks for the reply bud. My thoughts were on P deficiency too. All the plants are sensitive to N and the EC spike certainly hasn't helped. In hindsight, using some PK and keeping a low EC would have provided a better balanced feed. I've never needed it before.  I already have 4 circ fans in there so plenty of movement, but my RH does get up 60% on a regular basis. I'll max the extraction for the last leg    @Knuckles79 These girls were kept at 8-10" until flip with LST, multiple topping, super croppings and scrogged. They're still massive (4x stretch for some), even in 9L airpots. That said, I've noticed on all my runs using Ecothrive Charge in coco (and LED for that matter) is that root production is so fast it catches me out - two weeks to root out a container turns in to one and the plants suffer (P & micro deficiency symptoms) if I don't pot up quick enough... has happened to my girls in veg too.     
    • lemoore00
      Yeah my two Dinafem planta i trained loads and I can tell the difference massively
    • lemoore00
      Haha I dunno man the buds are airy as fuck !
    • Pot Luck
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