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I was thinking the same thing except like I said, All I keep hearing is the big mistake people make is taking too much off at one time. So I figured I would take off as much as I did which was a lot and then give it a few days and let it recoup. I’m probably going to flip it in a week or two. And I’ll make sure to finish thinning out before then.

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Hello fellow botanical bean buryers. Hope all is doing wonderfully. My two ladies took to their defoliating just fine they both looked perky today.


So I took advise and took a little more off. That’s all I am taking off. Gonna flip them both in 4 days if all goes well.


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Looking sharp there :+1: they loving life.

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Ok today I flipped the lights to 12/12. I think I am going to have a problem with how much room I have for growth. The pots which are 7 gallon pots from the ground to the dirt is 14 in. At this point the taller plant is 17 in from the dirt. The light is 14 in from the top of the tall plant. And it looks as though I might have about a foot of room to move the light up. I did just install the scrognet but I’m a little unsure as to how to use it. Am I supposed to just start tucking the tops underneath the net or is that just to even out the canopy? The canopy is not that different on each plant although one plant is shorter than the other by about 4 in.



I may have to disconnect the light cords and try to zip tie it up to the frame to get a little more height out of it. I think super cropping is out of the question since I would have to supercrop every top and there is not room for that.


Figured I better start asking now because I’ve got to get this figured out soon I believe the pots are root bound already so everything is going to be growing tall now. What ye say mates? The tent is a 3x3x7 ft tall. With a spider farmer g3000.

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Keep the light right and close and trim when needed I like my G3000 it works well in that tent!

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20h51 sunset… wow, not used to that here in the bushveld…:no_mouth:

Did a final trim last night before lights out. Will probably only take leaves blocking bud sites from now on. I also did a fox farm sledgehammer flush before starting with their budding/flowering nutrients.


I also drilled holes in the side of the pots. I believe the roots are root bound and wanted to airprune and get oxygen to the roots.

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Did you not get fabric bags with the tent? My 2 tents came with 2 each.

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No I did not. I use my fabric bags to grow potatoes :potato::potato::potato:.

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After trimming about a pound it seemed off of these 2 plants (Thelma and Louise) I flipped the light to 12/12 on the 19th. They both still have a lot of leaves. I take some off every day. Try to keep bud sites clear. Question is should I continue to do the same or will the plant just stay shocked by taking leaves off?






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If the leaves are not blocking any bud sites or resting one against another (creating damp spots) you should leave them be. They will provide energy to your plant and help you troubleshoot issue that might develop. A lot of problems affects the older leaves first… :nerd_face:

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They all seem to be laying on each other. Lol but I think I understand where you are coming from. Thanks

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From your pictures, they look perfectly fine. If the leaves stick together or are not moved by a breeze, then they might cause wet spots which promotes molds… But if the leaves moves freely in the breeze of your fans, you’ll be okay, imo! :nerd_face:

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I have been using the ff nuts and schedule. But the ppm is way high using the schedule for sould so I cut the nuts in half which helped. Question is can I cut out any of the nutrients on their list to get the ppm down? I cut it in half and am at 830 in and 1670 out. Just did a flush last week.

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I’m not sure. I don’t use those nutrients or even check PPMs… :man_facepalming:

But I’m sure great people like @Low , @Covertgrower , @OGIncognito , just to name a few, might be able to advise… :wink:

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I would increase the amount of run off when feeding, this will help prevent build up. I would maintain what you’re doing, your plants look good.

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I agree with :point_up_2:t3:

I’d do water only only until you see it drop to around 1000. The following feed after that would probably use some nutes.

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:point_up_2: both of these statements would be my recommendation as well. Thanks Kapt :love_you_gesture:

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Well today I will give them 2 ladies just plain 6.5 water with maybe some cal-mag and then check the ppm and see what comes out. I just did a flush last week so I was hoping the ppm would have come down. Just gonna keep on keeping on.



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