Wow this is a long road! OK should I fess up my mistake???? When I changed my green and UVB bulbs out for CFLs I forgot that the green bulb was not on the timer. So the next night when I went to close up I noticed a light was on. So for 36 hours there was light! I fixed it and she seems to be stretching and getting hairy still so I hope everthing is OK. :P
The CFLs are adding a ton of heat to the cabinet. I need to get a light mover or a second Kessil - I am not sure which.
EC - 2.0 - Was higher but I added water.
pH - 5.7
Inside Top (for Lordjin)
Tips (for FlowaMasta)
Clone Day 16 Outside
Clone Leaf Shine
Flower Clone Day 7
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awww shitt niggas got clippings.. dont miss the new episode of british topgear!
lookin great Mo!! yay the like button!!! 5 years later........
The outdoor clone looks amazing. Nicely done.
The indoor looks good and healthy as well.
Ohh yeah baby, you bet she's female! she's on now Mo!!
It looks like I am getting root rot slime shit. Noooooooooooooooo!
The CFLs are making too much heat and my res is getting hot and now I have black root slime. I am treating with ice and H2O2. I started treating the roots last night and they already look better. The plant is healthy but there are signs so I will keep watching.
I transplanted the micro clone so it can get more sun. The big clone is growing fast and showing preflowers - it is going to get big.
EC - 1.7 (added more Flora Nova Bloom to bring it up)
pH - 5.8 (H2O2 brings pH up and higher pH stops root slime better)
Micro Clone Transplant
Nice work there Mo!!! That clone is looking superb told ya she'd be fine....
Hey one thing i'm noticing. Okay I could be wrong, but I don't think it's the CFL's that are the heat issue, it's the reflectors, they are getting hot enough to give enough radiant heat to damage the leaf tips, that what i'm thinking, here's my simple maybe effective solution. remove reflectors and take out globe. drill a couple of tiny holes around the base of the bowl type reflector where the heat can escape. that will lessen the radiant heat that will come off them. My UVB lamp has slits cut in the reflector, and they help immensely. I think the type of material they are heats up too much compared to how much heat they can dissipate. If they already have holes, then I'm waaay wrong. have a fan up top cooling the leaves also will help. during the start of flowering she will want to drink more
sorry to hear about that slime crap. no good, slime is hard to rid out of pipes and tubes, get it early you'll be ok