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1000 watt 4x4 grow

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by TokyWartooth, Oct 31, 2017.

    full of purple

    full of purple Well-Known Member

    Mainly strains that grow tall and skinny
    Maybe 50/50 or70/30 hybrids
    A lot of kush,cookies etc
    I personally grow candyland
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    TokyWartooth Member

    Sounds good so as far as ph goes with foliar spraying your saying scientifically it doesn't make a difference probably.
    But on another level to try to stress the plant less by sticking to a more natural climate the better.
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    ANC Well-Known Member

    There is nothing wrong with trying your best.
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    NoTillPhil New Member

    To me it looks like you will need all of them if your flipping to flower in ten days.

    IMO, Nobody can put a number of days on vegging until they have grown strain x in set up x at least once. One guy might achieve an amount of growth in three weeks and another may take five weeks to get to the same point. Topping, LST and being late on potting up will all add more time to the veg process. What light and what temperature your room is will effect the rate of growth. Soil mix or hydro set up....... you get the idea. Each space has its own learning curve.

    Side note: the mix looks very light and airy to me with plenty of perlite. With that light and warm temps they may end up needing water several times a day come flower time.

    Best of luck!!

    TokyWartooth Member

    Absolutely learned exactly what you said! AS SOOn as I tried training. I could see the immediate drop in rate of growth as a result I feel I'm gonna keep flowering. Could likely be my temps aren't allowing the plants to thrive quite as much as other peoples too. Basically I'm an amateur and I think I could have done things better but I love learning too.

    But your already right about water. I switched to the HPS yesterday to help tell the plants they're about to flower anytime now. But even at this size theyre drinking just about every drop of water I give them in a 24 hour period. Because of my work schedule i think during flower i shouldn't have a problem with watering them about every 16 hours. which I feel is DEFINITELY going to be necessary especially while they're especially hungry during the stretch.

    This is whats making me think more and more about creating a reservoir attached to a pump that I can ph in the morning before leaving and it can water the plants for me if they're too dry and I can then just go about feeding them or maybe looking in to an ebb tray style growing as I would like to grow with the many plants less time style, meaning my pots would be the same size or smaller than currently and I would not want to go about watering 16 plants a day.

    Thanks for the great advice sorry that I kinda like to ramble on

    sam123654789 Member

    The new federal law as it is currently written will not allow for outdoor cultivation for personal non medical use :(

    NoTillPhil New Member

    Your very welcome. An ebb tray may be a solution that works. In the future you can just make the mix a little heavier if watering twice a day is an issue. Container size,plant size and seasonal temps help me decide how heavy or light my mix is.
    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    id say that depends on how the plant is trained.

    I have some (9, but 7 are regs, in a 4 x 4) that have been vegged for 6 weeks (from seed in soil) that are all around 1 ft tall. All have been topped a few times and super cropped. If they double in size then they are still under 3 ft..

    last run was 4 plants in a 4 x 4 under a 3.5 x 4 net and got a pound. But the veg was way longer.

    Its all relevant. Medium, if any, light. strain, training. SOG guys would put 20 plus plants in a 4 x 4.
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