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Star ryder dutch passion T5 grow

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by ruby fruit, Aug 3, 2017.

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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Hope so the biggest is the best I've ever had an auto nice and stocky
    Will mix the spectrum of lighting up this weekend just thought I'd leave as is for 48 hrs cos I transplanted
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Outdoor supplies arriving :)
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    I need to check into the neem pellets. Most of my plants are nearing the too late to spray neem point. I looked at Lowe's today for a BT product, but they didn't carry any.
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Just as a side note the smallest in the pic is a Dr krippling auto the other star ryder isn't that shown in the pic
    Fan has gone into tent the for airflow yesterday temps are perfect
     
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    ruby fruit

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    I felt neem pellets worked well last yr mixed into the soil in holes
    I've never used the spray but needed to change up a bit as ive seen whiteflies the past two seasons
     
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    too larry

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    Last fall my BST's were wrapped up with bud worms, then had rot. The Gorille de Raisin in the spring crop had worms too, but they didn't get there until just before harvest, so no rot on them. I didn't use any neem on them, but have tried to spray once a week this summer. My troubles have kept me from tending the patches like I would like though. Almost all mine flowered early this year. June was almost total clouds and rain. July did have some sun, but still lots of rain. August has been the same so far. Some of them look like 5-6 weeks and they will be done. I'm ready for this season to be over. Very stressful trying to decide how much risk I want to take tending them.
     
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    ruby fruit

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    WaxertheRadical

    WaxertheRadical Well-Known Member

    Ayyyyyyyyy! That's what I'm talking about.:bigjoint:
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Dunno why that other thread was there maybe I was to baked when I made this one
    I have no high expectations on this grow as ive never done autos full term under T5s
     
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    ruby fruit

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    Day 17 2 days after transplant (that supposedly im not meant to do going by the auto growing bible)
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    WaxertheRadical

    WaxertheRadical Well-Known Member

    Dude, I transplanted mine twice. Once from rootriots to their 1L paper starters, then from those to the outdoor. Root ball practically fell apart when I put them outside. 2 out of 12 stunted bad. The others are about 60cm-1 meter tall. They could have been bigger but auto genetics have come so far, it almost doesn't phase em.

    Nothing wrong with giving it the good ol' college try. I'm actually really excited to see how autos do under full t5 to finish. Haven't seen that before.

    As for that other thread, could be a duplicate. RUI does that at times.:eyesmoke:
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Gonna be interesting
    I've done a dark devil under these same t5s for half of its life then the other half outdoors
    This is a tester for me as I concentrate on outdoor mostly
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    I wonder when I should feed some nutrients ?
     
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    WaxertheRadical

    WaxertheRadical Well-Known Member

    What's your soil mix like? What are your plans for feeding? Autos don't need much. Some relatively fast autos can get through to finish with a good soil in a 3-5 gal container.
     
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    WaxertheRadical

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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    I think the soil mix should be gd then
     
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    ruby fruit

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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Star ryders look fantastic to my inexperienced auto growing eyes.
    Will get a pic tonite be day 19/20
    If im on the ball
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    Day 19
    4 days after transplant and they havnt missed a beat
    No nutes used as yet
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