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First Auto Fem Led tent grow

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by Tjdobb3, Jan 10, 2017.

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    Tjdobb3

    Tjdobb3 Member

    1/10/2017
    AK Auto Fem Canuk seeds & Auto fem blue cheese Royal Queen Seeds
    Germinated both seeds via paper towel method the AK tap root sprouted in 23 hours and the cheese in 27 hours.
    Planted the AK in a 5 gallon smart pot, and the cheese in a 5gallon plastic pot with drilled holes. Coco coir with compost and worm castings 30% plus perlite PH at 6.5 and pre watered soil. AK I planted tap root down and cheese tap root up never understood the difference I've always done taproot down but we'll see.
    24 hrs of light in my 2x4x5 grow tent, 4in 240cfm exha. ust and 4in 140cfm intake, 6in clip fan, cool mist humidifier and warm mist humidifier that keeps my tent at 79F and 45% humidity. (Very cold and dry where I live) I have one 400w (195w) Roleardo C.O.B. And One Ledgle 300w (135w) both full spectrum.
     
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    Tjdobb3

    Tjdobb3 Member

    Really just looking for general advice I am new in terms of using Led lighting, Auto flowering, and using a tent, but I have had successful outdoor grows and cfl indoor grows. Thanks in advance
     
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    Budzbuddha

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

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    Tjdobb3

    Tjdobb3 Member

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    Tjdobb3

    Tjdobb3 Member

    Finally Got humidity to where I want it! :clap:
     
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    Budzbuddha

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

    Throw a CFL on your emerging seedlings first ...
    They will emerge faster and begin to set it taproot. I never germ under led. Sometimes they just dont grow well once popped under led.

    You might want to get rid of the smaller panel it looks way too weak compared to other.
     

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    Tjdobb3

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    Thanks for the advice and the other led panel I only have running on veg it has switches for bloom and veg and I have the bloom turned off. Is that bad? Also overnight my humidifiers ran out and my humidity dropped to 21% is that going to be detrimental? It was probably for 6hrs or so that they ended up being that dry for.
     
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    Just Let Me Be Faded

    Just Let Me Be Faded Well-Known Member

    Looking good man!
     
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    Tjdobb3

    Tjdobb3 Member

    Thanks! Hoping to see something pop thru the soil soon
     
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    Tjdobb3

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    How long generally before they will surface? I'm getting impatient lol
     
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    Tjdobb3

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    :grin:So I just lightly brushed the soil above the seeds and finally seen the first sign of life. Hope that didn't stress them too much I brushed just a very small bit of soil over them and sprayed them with a mist of ph balanced water
     
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    nooners

    nooners Member

    I did that too TJ, didn't hurt the seedlings at all
     
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    claypipe69

    claypipe69 Well-Known Member

    Your set up looks really good. Your right, keep the flower switch,, switched off, In about four weeks when they start to show signs of flowering switch it on, an they`ll power to the finish line with big fat buds, Nice setup :weed: :hump: Keep it going I`am in:eyesmoke::peace::eyesmoke:
     
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