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Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost
    #864664 - 02/15/24 02:36 AM (5 months, 14 hours ago)

I started late and to be honest I don’t know which strains are where I didn’t label.

This one is awesome. The biggest one is the youngest one too.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864665 - 02/15/24 02:38 AM (5 months, 14 hours ago)

I topped the  big one twice now. And the one behind it once. The one behind is def ppp. My only thriving transplant. Also plant might be big because a fan blowing burning propane on it. It’s fine it’s only water and co2 I have a co monitor in there and it’s never gone off. CO would never balance the equation anywhmay so why do they say it’s got risk maybe the hydrogen sulfide nope nvm.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864668 - 02/15/24 05:53 AM (5 months, 10 hours ago)

Looks like you actually fimmed that big one instead of topping it  :wink:

https://sensigarden.com/fimming-topping-cannabis-plants/

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: Versicolour]
    #864686 - 02/15/24 12:40 PM (5 months, 4 hours ago)

Yeah I did but the new shoots came out I topped again but I left the one growing to the left alone. So marijuana is really easy to top? Cause I’ve had plants I practice on. Some are more easily topped than others. I topped a house plant and it quit growing new leaves, then died.  Oh and the big one was. Actually an old pot of a bush I let grow until it died from root bound. It took like 3 years. So it’s actually w/e potting soil they used and a little of my compost.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864690 - 02/15/24 01:43 PM (5 months, 3 hours ago)

I have no problems topping  cannabis,  and I top all my house  plants that can be topped too.

It makes for smaller,  bushier,  more compact plants.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: Versicolour]
    #864702 - 02/16/24 02:22 AM (4 months, 30 days ago)

Yeah some plants if you the pistil off it does not come back. Forgive me if it’s not called a pistol. I did all my research years ago. Some may be jumbled, but, I know what I mean to say. lol.

Water Pur faucet filtered mineral water. Comes out ph 9 and I lower it with either vinegar or an old Dr Pepper. To ph 6-7.
Soil: The coir was thoroughly rinsed then perlite added with some compost that looks like mud. The compost was under a huge tree and had no lid. I think bird poop is the cause of the nitrogen burn on the new plants. So I had to rinse them out very well. Hence the overwatering.
The smaller ones are all same birthday but some were transplanted which stunts the growth. I’m a firm believer in straight to soil planting. I’ve never germinated.
Feed: miracle gro 10-52-10 mixed 30:1 watered everytime. And water using the directions once a month.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864703 - 02/16/24 02:30 AM (4 months, 30 days ago)

Then idk what happened to this one. It’s like cracked corn bird seed growth. A

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864704 - 02/16/24 02:32 AM (4 months, 30 days ago)

More pics of the hopefully amnesia haze auto.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864705 - 02/16/24 02:36 AM (4 months, 30 days ago)




Damnit I can’t edit pictures into post.
All in all they look pretty good for nitrogen burn early on. The muscle milk container and the smaller one next to it are both ppp. Oooo I can’t wait to breed that into whatever is in the big pot. My ppp seeds are regular.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864716 - 02/16/24 12:07 PM (4 months, 30 days ago)

Quote:

NotE said:
Water Pur faucet filtered mineral water. Comes out ph 9 and I lower it with either vinegar or an old Dr Pepper. To ph 6-7.
Soil: The coir was thoroughly rinsed then perlite added with some compost that looks like mud. The compost was under a huge tree and had no lid. I think bird poop is the cause of the nitrogen burn on the new plants. So I had to rinse them out very well. Hence the overwatering.
The smaller ones are all same birthday but some were transplanted which stunts the growth. I’m a firm believer in straight to soil planting. I’ve never germinated.
Feed: miracle gro 10-52-10 mixed 30:1 watered everytime. And water using the directions once a month.



My advice would be to use phosphoric acid instead of acetic for pH down.  Let freshly mixed soil sit, hydrated, to "cook" for at least 2 weeks before use. 

Also, if you're feeding ionic nutrients, you may as well skip the compost and grow in straight coco or coco/perlite. You'd have to water more frequently but you get more control over feedings this way, faster growth, and much less of a chance of overwatering.

I'd get a cheap ec meter, a nice pH pen, and some better nutrients as well should you choose to go the coco route, I use Jacks 321 nutrients and an Apera ph pen.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: yoosername]
    #864741 - 02/16/24 07:33 PM (4 months, 29 days ago)

Yea I know I left some in an old fridge. It was white when I used it.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864742 - 02/16/24 08:57 PM (4 months, 29 days ago)

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: yoosername]
    #864768 - 02/17/24 08:19 PM (4 months, 28 days ago)

What do you mean I should use compost or fertilizer? And perlite is for evaporation right?
The best looking one is just regular potting soil I just put a layer on top. I want a light meter to see if it is even close to hid. It’s just hid is so hot. I’ve no doubt it would be 150 in there with a 1000w hid. That and ac just can’t afford it. Since, it is supposed to be certain temp. I’ve got a tent which would do a lot to keep heat loss out of the room but you still need an in-line fan and outtake fan in your roof for it to be feasible. It’s not flowering yet so I’m pretty sure it’s not autoflower which either ppp northern lights or blue mystic. Honestly wouldn’t mind some more of that. But this plant has crystals on the leaves and is already sticky. The other wasn’t until the end. Plus this one is more frangrant already smells. Oh yeah and the particulates after a 5 stage pur faucet filter will be minimal. Why do you Think the minerals get added back in after 5 stage filter. So hopefully since that soil sat for a while and cooked it will work better on the seedlings. If not I’ll just buy potting soil. And I got the correct equipment this time for I wonder how big a plant I get with just the soil in those small pots. I forgot I kill everything I move.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864784 - 02/18/24 08:49 AM (4 months, 28 days ago)

Quote:

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What do you mean I should use compost or fertilizer? And perlite is for evaporation right?
The best looking one is just regular potting soil I just put a layer on top. I want a light meter to see if it is even close to hid. It’s just hid is so hot. I’ve no doubt it would be 150 in there with a 1000w hid. That and ac just can’t afford it. Since, it is supposed to be certain temp. I’ve got a tent which would do a lot to keep heat loss out of the room but you still need an in-line fan and outtake fan in your roof for it to be feasible. It’s not flowering yet so I’m pretty sure it’s not autoflower which either ppp northern lights or blue mystic. Honestly wouldn’t mind some more of that. But this plant has crystals on the leaves and is already sticky. The other wasn’t until the end. Plus this one is more frangrant already smells. Oh yeah and the particulates after a 5 stage pur faucet filter will be minimal. Why do you Think the minerals get added back in after 5 stage filter. So hopefully since that soil sat for a while and cooked it will work better on the seedlings. If not I’ll just buy potting soil. And I got the correct equipment this time for I wonder how big a plant I get with just the soil in those small pots. I forgot I kill everything I move.



In my opinion, it's better for a new grower to "pick a lane" and go either full organic in a peat based soil with dry organic amendments as fertilizers, or go hydroponic/semihydro with something like hempy buckets or drain to waste coco and feed nutrient salts.  They are very different styles of growing, so it's best to pick one to focus on to start with.

DTW coco is easy if you can feed often enough, 2x per day minimum in a 2 gal pot during flower, but you must maintain a nutrient reservoir and learn to mix nutrients.  Organics is easy if you start with a large amount of quality soil and learn when to top dress amendments and how often to water, but unless you are recycling that soil it can get expensive.

HID lighting is pretty much obsolete, only really useful for colder grow areas these days.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: yoosername]
    #864803 - 02/18/24 11:23 PM (4 months, 27 days ago)

Yeah but my vivosun 100 watt hung vertically. All the plants turn towards it. The king led has 1200. It may just be that the vivosun is so reflective it’s bouncing more light so naturally they turn towards the most light. But it only has 150 leds. Apparently Samsung leds are really brighter. But I topped it some more. I think it’s northern lights cause it’s.3nodes in and no flower yet. With the way this thing is budging like this it’s def not the blue mystic reg im pretty sure that’s the one I just finished growing. Root fungus helps a lot. The big one was def sharing sugars with any struggling plant.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864804 - 02/18/24 11:25 PM (4 months, 27 days ago)

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864806 - 02/18/24 11:48 PM (4 months, 27 days ago)






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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: yoosername]
    #864807 - 02/18/24 11:52 PM (4 months, 27 days ago)

Read above post. But I’d like to add that I was going to get some organic Norwegian kelp. .01.1.01 or something. But it gets higher numbers when it finished breaking down. And that organically produced vegetables are only alllowed to have that sprayed or anywhere near them. I will when I get some more money. And this is already a fragrant plant.

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: yoosername]
    #864856 - 02/20/24 05:20 AM (4 months, 26 days ago)

Are you saying straight coir is hydroponics? Because I thought hydro were the red Rubbermaid tub with like 8 holes bored in the lid with a spigot hot glue gunned to the bottom.  I have never heard str8 coir as hydro before. I thought it was those rock things. Miscommunication of sorts maybe?
Edit so I’m doing both hydro and soil at the same time. Now?

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Re: Indoor 300w led soil coir perlite compost [Re: NotE]
    #864861 - 02/20/24 05:54 AM (4 months, 26 days ago)

Pics. You’re right cooking the soil has an effect. the seedlings are in months old premix and look fantastic. My dog knocked over the tray so I had to flip em all back over and want to gaurentee smoke. It’s cheap enough if seeds bought bulk.





[url=https://files.growery.org/files/g24-008/843351881-IMG_0736.jpg][/urlDo you think I should stop topping the top? It’s got like 5 nodes just on top.

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