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Stone_Free's Samsung Strip Build & Grow

Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by Stone_Free, Nov 13, 2017.

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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    Lucky you have two.
     
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    lukio

    lukio Well-Known Member

    man down! hope its not too bad, man.
     
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    Stone_Free

    Stone_Free Well-Known Member

    Nah it'll be fine mate, thanks. It's right on the knuckle of my thumb so I can't bend it or it starts bleeding. A day or so and it'll be fine. Managed to put the plugs on my drivers so that's something.
    My killer kush are starting to get bigger now they've realised they're no longer in 1l pots but 16l root pouches of Jacks Magic.. I've got my free Mega Crop 230 g sample on its' way as well as the Brassinolide and the Mammoth P in use, so I'm hoping for a bumper harvest come end of Jan.
    How's your plants coming along mate?
     
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    lukio

    lukio Well-Known Member

    Fingers crossed man - it sounds promising.

    my plants are shite! i dunno whats wrong with them. ive tried flushing the over fert, tried different NPK levels, tried letting em dry out incase ive been over overwatering. im now trying a higher humidity to up transpiration.... if that doesnt work im going to flush again and start on low feed again...its really pissing me off. ive not ever struggled like this!

    Purple stems, pale and droopy. Awesome (:

    Been so lost in bitcoin world recently - i cant even really be arsed with the plants when thyre like this!
     
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    Stone_Free

    Stone_Free Well-Known Member

    Annoying when the plants don't so what they're 'sposed to, I know from experience!
    BTC has gone radio rental recently I noticed. Great news for those who've invested a bit of cash. Not so great for the likes of me who wanted to get in on the action after new year!
    There was a guy on TV about 3 years ago who dumped an old PC that went into a landfill site, totally forgetting he had his BTC stored on it. He spent days searching the site but couldn't find it. Was something like 10K he had back then. I imagine he's going bonkers now!
    What do you reckon will happen to BTC in the next few months, up, down or static-ish?
     
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    coreywebster

    coreywebster Well-Known Member

    You checked your night temps? Temps of nutrients when feeding? Don't normally worry about the latter but its been damn cold of late.
     
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    Stone_Free

    Stone_Free Well-Known Member

    A quick update on the 3 Killer Kush that I mentioned ....they're still vegging under my blurples but will be moved to the new cab in a day or 3 :)

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    lukio

    lukio Well-Known Member

    im the biggest crypto geek in the world at the mo, been trading/nerding pretty hard for the last 6months. might quit photography.

    ...heavily invested in an array of coins/projects. bitcoin passed $11.5k then fell to $8.5k in one day the other day. Mainstream is coming, btc is about to be listed on CME - which is huge news, Nasdaq listing next year too.
    Total market cap is growing like an absolute beast - i'd put money on a 1 trillion dollar market cap next year. Its the new gold in my book. Its an incredible story, its been an emotional 5 years!

    Plants look way better than mine mate (: ffs!

    @coreywebster temp doesnt drop below 20/21, ive got the home hub thermostat in my tent (: res temps i havent checked but probs around the same?

    its really getting to me!
     
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    lukio

    lukio Well-Known Member

    the pizza btc story is a good'n . someone spent 10.000 bitcoin on a pizza.
     
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    Stone_Free

    Stone_Free Well-Known Member

    @lukio I guess with BTC taking off there will be other crypto currencies following....might be worth me doing a bit of reading and trying to get in slowly on the ground-ish floor of a couple. Any tips for ones to look out for?
    Yeah I heard BTC cap was $200 billion....wouldn't mind a slice of that lol
     
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    lukio

    lukio Well-Known Member

    yeah im totally the right geek to talk to! sign up to coinbase. you can buy as much or as little as you want. You have to buy bitcoin, ethereum or litecoin to trade for the other coins, the Altcoins. i can tell you which ones im betting on. never spend more than you can lose. some of the coins im buying at the mo are 10cents each.

    https://coinmarketcap.com/

    ive lost my life to crypto recently - its an incredibly slippery slope! i absolutely love it!
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    You seem to have skipped a bag size when you potted up.
    I pot up when the plant canopy reaches the width of the pot/bag. The roots of a healthy plant mirror the canopy (especially when the canopy is sick and fucked up)
    Next size bag should be 2 inches wider than the previous each time. The "4-inch rule" applies to many plants, you nip off a flower and 4 inches back on the stem it will make new ones. Roots do this too. By stepping them up like this you create a root ball that is densest at its center and spreads out unidirectionally from there. This helps drastically increase the crown (the area where the stem meets the substrate) and the ability of your plant to transport large quantities of food, water, and waste. Unless you are doing DWC or EB and flow, working on the roots should be your primary concern, the leaves are your feedback system. Keep on using those smart pots or at least perforate the living shit out of any normal nursery bag if money is tight (works equally well if you are hardcore on punching holes about 1/2 apart all over the bag apart from the top 1 to 2 inches).
     
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    Moflow

    Moflow Well-Known Member

    Yousens don't know the meaning of cold temps in the grow area lol
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    8 oC - 9 oC nightime temps colours them up nicely
     
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    Stone_Free

    Stone_Free Well-Known Member

    They'll be tougher than a squad of SAS guys by the time they've matured lol
     
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    Moflow

    Moflow Well-Known Member

    I've four to de fan leaf - chopping on Monday and I started this morning, outside lol.
    Long johns, thermal tops a duck down coat and a hat.
    But between a chopper drifting overhead and having to do other things I only got 3 done.
    Temps are on the rise now tho
     
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    Stone_Free

    Stone_Free Well-Known Member

    I hope they appreciate all the hassle you are going through! (:
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    YEah I had no major problems outdoors this winter, as long as it doesn' frost, it just grows a bit slower, smaller and more purple in some strains
     
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    Moflow

    Moflow Well-Known Member

    Sorry, just to be clear, these are indoor plants.
    In this area where I am it's pretty useless growing outdoors , you could get away with a greenhouse.
    Last outdoor one I done was a GDP clone or two stuck in the flower beds , last year i think. Got about an O and a lot of mould , although it tasted powerful.
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Yeah, it helps living in a temperate zone in the middle of a drought.
    We still get rain, but only enough to keep the garden nice.
     
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    coreywebster

    coreywebster Well-Known Member

    Just finish trimming. been a long day... :shock:
     
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