REMO CHEMO

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    Beachwalker

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    Beachwalker

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    Start by saying I understand the runt is falling behind, she's been semi-ignored in a corner while I deal with some rl bullshit, but now I got an eye on her. She was a little dry, catching the fan in the corner, they've all been moved and given attention, I'm hoping she responds

    .. though I've only ever lost one seedling, I'm starting to consider something other than ffof for the initial soil start because I suspect there could well be hot spots here and there and it doesn't take much to do in a seedling
     
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    Beachwalker

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    Remo Chemo from Dinafem seeds

    Fox Farm Ocean Forest / 20% perlite added

    pH 6.5 tap water @108ppm

    400w hm
     
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    Their Coco Loco I find is smoother on fresh starters for me.. ;)
     
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    Beachwalker

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    Welcome, I was going to tag you in but I have no idea how to do it LOL thanks for the recommendation but no coco for me my friend, but I may get some Happy Frog for my next starts
     
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    0321Marine

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    I get that.. I use a little for my early ones. Then bury it inside the transplant. Never had the fungus gnat, or Ph issues with it. But HF is excellent.. just usually costs more for me so I use the coco loco. ;)
     
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    Beachwalker

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    The little girl perked right up..! 20180406_170120.jpg :mrgreen:
     
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    farmerfischer

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    Curious to see how these play out..
    I seen some Remo chemo seeds for sale for 16$ each seed.. think it was on seed boutique but I'm not positive.. I'm not a huge fan of Remo but I seen some of his Remo chemo and they were massive, especially on bud size..
     
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    LOL I have never heard of Remo before I saw the seeds but I've heard of the ubc chemo cut and The Single Seed Centre owed me some seeds so I asked them to send Remo's, hoping for good things!:leaf:
     
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    Remo Chemo
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    Subbing in
     
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    Beachwalker

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    4/12

    So little chemo wasn't where I wanted her I held off on the flushing before, but just now she got heavily flushed :hump:

    .. it's at a point where I was either going to pull it because I don't keep sick or weak plants in my garden, and I waited all I could, so nothing to lose.

    Didn't get a picture, was one of those open the tent 20 minutes before lights out and everything needed to be watered so.. but I'll update how she does in 24 hours
     
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    Remo chemo just before being topped:hug:
     

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    So been awhile but nothing new, still holding it back for space..

    One thing about remo chemo is it's a heavy feeder! everybody else is happy in ffof but she's hungry! She's also not doing much branching, I kind of fimmed it 5 days ago, but not in a good way, so I cleaned it up tonight hoping to encourage branching ?

    The little chemo is going to make it. I may take it right down to the bottom node once it gets a little stronger to get rid of the damaged growth up top.

    This is only the second seedling in almost 3 years that has been affected by ffof, the other seedling straight up withered and died, but the heavy flush saved the chemo
     
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    Chef420

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    I’m on day 17 flower with one. She likes to stretch and all the action is up top, not much going on below. Therefore I suggest topping early and often. Here’s what I mean if you can see.
     

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    Thanks for posting that pic, yes I see what you mean. I topped her at the 5th node, had I known she was stretchy I would have got her sooner, I'll definitely give her at least one more good topping thanks for the input
     
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    Beachwalker

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    Complete revamp of both tents tonight basically just making room trying to move things around, couple of nice bushy *White Rhino×Mazar probably going in flower tonight, I have to check their feeding schedule to see if they where I want them before I move them, maybe one more heavy veg feed first ?

    I ran into an awful dry spell with cloning and I figured out I had change from 18/6 to 24 and my root rate had dropped to almost zero and I lost a lot of good strains, so I finally figured out what the hell the variable was & got too many clones now!

    .. wish I knew of a collective in this stupid state I'd like to donate some to other MMJ patients

    * by the way this white rhino X mazar's some wild smoke, it's stoney shit! ..if you like white rhino you'll love this! :hump: .. thinking about doing a grow Journal, definitely want to do a smoke report on it
     
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