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1x1x2.5 Micro Box grow

Discussion in 'Stealth / Micro / Cab Growing' started by Williewhat, Jun 2, 2017.

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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    On the 5th day of flower and she's loving it!! Tops pointing straight up. Also have 2 little babies going in solo party cups. My plan is to keep my grows small. Not worried about yields. Just enjoying micro growing. I'm using FFOF potting soil and running 3 23watt 2700m cfl and 2 13watt 2700k cfl. Using a 12vdc pc fan for ventilation. The setup is great!!
     

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    HazednConfused

    HazednConfused Well-Known Member

    Looks good bro. Put the lights closer to the plants, or plants closer to lights, whichever is easier. Get them within 1-3 inches and your plants will thank you.
     
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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    I keep them at 2 inches away. I lifted them for the pic.
     

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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    Should throw in at least one 20+ Watt 4-5000k bulb. Give em a boost to vegetation. You'll likely get a bit more from it too.
     
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    HazednConfused

    HazednConfused Well-Known Member

    Since you got that in check, throw a reflector on them so the light is focused on the plants and not escaping upwards. Cfls are most efficient when mounted on their sides. Good luck
     
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    xX_BHMC_Xx

    xX_BHMC_Xx Well-Known Member

    Everyone hangs their CFLs vertically... all that wasted light...
     
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    HazednConfused

    HazednConfused Well-Known Member

    Vertical is just the easiest way to use cfls I guess! Lol, reminds me of my start with cfls! downloadfile-1.jpg
     
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    Burdman

    Burdman New Member

    I use the Mars Hydro 300 and get good results. This is press pot bag seed on day 15.
     
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    Burdman

    Burdman New Member

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    Burdman

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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    Been a minute...heres the latest.
     

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    HazednConfused

    HazednConfused Well-Known Member

    Are you planning on breeding with that male in there or what?
     
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    Williewhat

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    I just chopped him down. Wishful thinking I guess. But one of the others is showing great signs!!!
     

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    HazednConfused

    HazednConfused Well-Known Member

    Lol, alright man just making sure. Yep that's a fem! Congrats
     
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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    Both plants are female!!! They're growing really good at the moment. Transplanted then to Folgers coffee cans lol. Solo cups were chocking them out. Here's some pics from today.
     

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    Williewhat

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    Progressing very nicely.
     

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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    2017-08-10_21.39.43.jpg Pic time. Looking so juicy!!!
     
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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    So fucking excited!!! 20170813_101020.jpg
     
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    Psyphish

    Psyphish Well-Known Member

    What kind of lights are you running now? E27 LED spots work really well in micro grows.
     
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    Williewhat

    Williewhat Member

    20170822_180310.jpg 20170912_205508.jpg Sorry i didnt update. The grow was a great success!!! This stuff was invredible!! The freshness and stinkyness like ive never experienced. It trult was an awesome adventure the enire way. Except when it was super stinky almost ready for harvest...that was tuff. In total I yeilded just under an ounce. Let them dry for five days then cured in a safe room for two weeks.
     
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