Okay, maybe I got a little in over my head 🙃

I never expected all 5 plants to do so well lol, I planted a few hoping a couple wild make it and now here we are lol. My question is do you guys think I can veg/flower them all in here or is it too close quarters?


You’ll want to flip them quick if photoperiods. Wouldn’t let them veg to long in that little space with so many. I’ve done 7 in a 2x4 as a sog.

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Keep the best cut the rest. Fill that spot with as many as you can, too many? Cut a few away. Worst thing that happens is you have wall to wall tops…….just terrible I know….


Yeah I know what you mean for sure, the “problem” I’m having is they’re all doing so well that it’s hard to get rid of any of them :sweat_smile: they’re all a couple weeks apart lifespan wise which accounts for the side differences but they’re all healthy and growing like crazy


As long as you don’t slam them like I did my first grow. Lol.

That was as tall as they got.


fill your space!! Any way possible . less spread out or more slammed in . see what is best for your space. You can train them to fit their spot!


I love this pic! Just looks awesome!

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Plot your harvest accordingly. If you have plants that are two weeks apart, wait for the plant that is the youngest to mature, then harvest everyone. The ones that are older will likely start to have amber coloring on the trichomes giving you couch-lock style high while the youngest ones will present a more energetic high. Or, get another tent and dry in there while the younger plants continue on under the lights. You will want to maintain the environment of the dry tent so a vent fan will be needed, (another carbon filter if smells are an issue) maybe some means of automation to help out.


@Docnraq Thanks bro. I put in a lot of time and effort everyday is a blessing and new learning experience👍. Stress free and keeping it simple.

Thanks for the input guys; they’re all doing really well in the tent so im gonna go with what Doc said and just wait for the youngest (my girl scout cookie) to mature and harvest them all. This is my first attempt at growing so i dont expect perfect yields or anything just yet lol


You will want this chart.


Same thing happened to me, I’ve been trying to get rid of seeds I got from another site (not the best). Planted 5 and all are doing well, if I planted one it wouldn’t have made. Good problem to have though

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So I noticed actually one of the plants seems to be looking a little off, It shouldn’t be too close to the light, and the soil is damp, but not overly

What type and how close is the light hard to tell with blurple light

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So the strain is unknown, came from some flower I got from a friend, it’s in a 5 gallon fabric pot filled with fox farms happy frog, no nutrients yet. sitting about 24 inches under my 600w light with just the “veg” mode turned on. I’ve been watering when dry with a PH of around 6.5ish, the tents been around 73 degrees and the humidity around 55%

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Why is your plant in an underfilled grow bag?


@Smalls Sono Farm?? Fan? User? I have a 4000.


@beardless yes I use SONO farm :+1::boom::seedling:! Huge fan!!! I run a 2000 and a 1000 in 6 foot long by 2 1/2 wide closet. Started with 1000 watt HPS/ metal halide. Then M. Hydro. Then Spider farmer​:dizzy_face::triumph: . this is my first run with them but sold already !!! Buds are looking much denser. SONO seems to have more yellow than S/ F :+1:ill stick with them till a better light at a better price comes along but don’t see that happening anytime soon!!!

Pics from last week. Start of week 9!

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I would definitely try to backfill that pot some. If you can get her to stretch up. What water are you using as your water source, pre ph ppm/ph? Happy frog shouldn’t be exhibiting any issues this early with correct watering. Normally wouldn’t even see a deficiency till flower.

Honestly looks like she’s gotten hot. Which with how far down in the pot she is, it’s like an oven. Can’t get air movement around her.