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jukaman

1st Grow Help Plz

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could be cheeper buying an upgrade and swaping extrakt 4 the in take

you can try that see how it goes ,dont think 4 wil do it !!

light leaks a lot when got door open 4 the intake vent

once you sorted ventilation out you wont have the door open lol

best place 2 put thermo

one around the canopy level (shaded) one at pot level

cheers bart. so wat inch fan 4 the out take, if i swap my current 1, for the in take

when do u sugest 2 put on 12/12

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with 1200w id use an 8 inch out and put a fan speed controller on it, same with intake

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you go 12/12 when your plants have rooted out there last pot ,

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with 1200w id use an 8 inch out and put a fan speed controller on it, same with intake

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you go 12/12 when your plants have rooted out there last pot ,

im not potin up????? is this a prob. ther in 11l or 15l i think :)

dint no about potin up til i see on here, but 2 late 2 disterb now shurley.

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potting up through the vegetative growing period is a good idea, especially if the plants are starting to yellow. if you can see roots through the holes at the bottom of the pot, turn it upside down, support the rootball on one hand and lift the pot away. it'll do no harm at all and if the roots are wrapped tighly round, a bigger pot with more compost will perk them up and get them going. you can flower whenever you like but the plants will grow vigorously in the first few weeks of 12/12, often doubling or even tripling in height during that time.

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