So here's the update and some pics to show you guys where im at and hopefully get some advice/tips by doing so!
Theese bitches are gettin smelly now even with the carbon filter on, SCARY :O
Heres the full view, to me it looks like the light may be a little too close when i took that picture, It's been raised little and its got better since.
How far away should i have my 600W from my plants?
Just lost about 2 hours work making the 1st post of this due to laptop gayness, I'll edit it to perfection over time!
Heres a quick list of what Im running:
I think my tent is a little more than a Squared meter
I have the full Canna line, Using Coco with about 20% Perlite,Always allowing for a slight Run-off and draining it from my trays if i think its too much.
Foliar feeding with Rhizotonic.
My humidity is between
Originally Posted by bicoastal
I'm just starting the 5th week of flower for the HGKs, they're ridiculously frosted. definitely grow big so I would recommend flowering under 12" and trellis them out, has really allowed me to maximize top sites. Strawberry Blue I grew for about a year and loved growing it, super fruity and giant chunky nugs. I've got a journal I just started a week ago on my HGK grow and posted a couple pictures there. I'll upload pictures I have from when I did the strawberry blue but I got really fat
This is my first journal. My first grow, really. Well, that's not technically true. I stuck a seed in some potting soil a long time ago. It grew a few leaves in a window before I got rid of it. That was a much different place. This time, I'm doing research and spending money. I jumped in too fast, and spent too much money – wasted a lot too. Oh well.
Now some people say it is a weed because it is easy to grow. That's true. For example, this is one of my first two starter seeds,
Updated 02-17-2013 at 03:27 AM by cheechako
Hello out there! Ive been working on a new project that has been truly the most exciting thing I've probably ever done, so I figured Id share. I am writing this in hopes for some advice from the experts out there as I am not one...yet...I am also hoping that others may learn something from my experience. This will be a perpetual grow. The goal is to decrease cost and environmental impact while increasing yield. We will most likely be going out doors for the summer but for now... Lets have some fun!