4204life's Grow Book

I have 3 GSCE seeds that just cracked. Got them in their starter pots. Pictures coming when they break ground. :rofl:
Happy Growing!

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Post em here! Thinking about dropping some GSCE autos. Great night night, munchie smoke

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These make it 9 for 9 on ILGM seeds sprouting for me.
I’m really happy so far.

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2 days later…
The girls have sprouted!

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It’s crazy how much these girls grow in 12 hours.

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My girls are 8 days from emerging from the soil. The next couple weeks you can almost watch them grow daily. I love it!
@Borderryan22 @Tokerpoker @DieselGRWR

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Lookin good! How long till you transplant?

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As soon as the leaves reach the outside of the cup. Usually about the 2 week mark they are pretty close to ready. I will posts pics when I transplant.

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That will definitely be my process next time, i’ve just not been satisfied with the jiffy pod experience. I knew that from reading but since I bought the pot for pot thing I wanted to follow their process.

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12 days out of the soil. Fed 1st round nutes yesterday. It’s almost time to transplant.

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Lookin good. Kinda looks like they’re gathered round the Super Freak.She’s super freakaayy… :rofl:

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I cut a few clones off the freakshow when trimming lower branches. Let’s see it they take or not. I tried keeping them out of the picture.
They almost need their own thread. Lol

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You can’t tame her, you can only hope to contain her. lol

No doubt! lol

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Been doing a wake n bake for over an hour now, hanging with my little girl. Guess it’s time to mix some soil and do some transplanting.



@Moringa

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4 cuties (pup included). Thanks for sharing. I’m excited to have just received a TDS meter delivery. Unfortunately, it’s lights off now for the ladies. I’ll have to wait until night time to fool around with this meter. I test the PH but have never monitored the soil. I have a ton of guides from ILGM that tell when to feed nutes according to the pm’s. So, about 11:01pm my scientist side will kick in. I love it!

Thanks again!

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What steps will you take when transplanting. I may transplants tonight. She’s about 3/4 inches in height and has spread to the sides of the cup.

I plan to moisten the 5 gallon pot soil. Create the transplant hole. Cut down the sides of the solo cup for ease of removal. Drop some Myco Supreme down in the hole and transfer.

Any tips and tricks?

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I still need that and the ph pen. I feel like I am the only one on here who has perfect ph’d tap water. I have seen so many people struggle with that. I am a few weeks from being done w/ 2nd grow and starting the 3rd. I have’nt checked ph yet. Lol
I have a pool and alway have to ph up. My tap comes out about 6.3 to 6.8 right out of the tap. I feel lucky.

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They only thing I do before tranplanting is water the plants the night before so soil is moist and does’nt fall apart. I put promix in a wheelbarrow and mix til moist. Not soaked. You can almost make a ball w/ it and it hold together w/o squeezing water out. Mix in some perlite. Good to go. I have some old tomato cups I saved. They work good. Turn upside down and it comes riggt out.

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I’ve never used Fox Farm nutes (the Trio). Is it any different from the General Hydroponics process? See, my ph right out the tap is about 6.8-7.2 I keep reading that the perfect point is 6 so I ph down. The process is insanely complicated sometimes trying to get it spot on.