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  1. Seedsman test running

    From the album Multi Strains Seedsman

    #led 200w #autoflowering #lowryder2 #easyryder - 2 Liter pots Day 61 from seed #hps 600w #feminised #cbdcriticalmass #earlyskunk #cbdsharkshock #whitewidow- 6 liter pots Day 35 to 12/12 #CFL 125w #secret #strain - 1 Liter pots Day 30 waiting to harvest #automatics (led room)
  2. CBD CMass 26

  3. I rearly post these days as I usually dont run into problems but this last grow I've run into something I've never experienced before. Area : DR240 [2m x 1,2m x 2,4m] Lights : 2x600w HPS Ventilatsion: TD silent 500, pulling hot air through CF and causing enough vacuum pressure inside the dent to pull fresh air straight from outside. Single fan blowing on lamps for more even/better air circulatsion. Temps: Lights on 25-27c, lights of 18-20C Genetics: Dinafem Critical+2.0 and CBD Crew Critical mass. All from seed. Soil: Plagron light mix Nutrients: BioBizz soil range (Fishmix,growmix,bloommix) And here's an overview photo of my setup: Problem! Now my problem is this, since mid Veg all of the plants have turned dull shade of green, I've allways had nice shiny healy green colour leaves but this grow, all the leaves seem fragile/soft and just dull. My first though was I must have over watered them, but to be honest I think I have a good Wet/Dry cycle. I water em 1,5l-2l every 2 days, and they sit in 10l pots. Some of the lower leaves are showing signs of MG def I think as they strongly resemble the images on the right side of the following photo: At this point my ladys are 7 days into flower, already starting to show some small bud sites and past week they have grown a lot, I have heard Critical crosses are heavy feeders? and past week I've fed them 2ml Fishmix, 1,5ml Bloom and 1,5ml Grow from BioBizz every watering. They do not show any nutrient burn. Neither are leaves overly dark green, by the looks I don't think I've over fed them, as they keep growing quite fine. But they do not look top notch as my plants usually do, and if I did not have 2 different strains from different breeders I would be thinking it might be genetics witch are causing this dull shade of leaves. My Q to you fellow growers would be, what might cause the natural healthy vibrant green color of leaves to turn dull, Only thing I can think of is over watering, from my experience. How severe can MG def turn out if untreated? My local grow shop does not stock Epsom Salts, could I just add extra MG to my feed or that's not the way to go? Link to gallery with better quality photos I recon.. http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?app=gallery&album=10617 http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?app=gallery&album=10617
  4. Critical Mass

    From the album 2nd diary

    Critical Mass

    © SJE

  5. Critical Mass

    From the album 2nd diary

    Critical Mass

    © SJE