Growing in a rubbermaid

Discussion in 'Stealth / Micro / Cab Growing' started by Grow Harder, Nov 7, 2017.

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    Grow Harder

    Grow Harder Well-Known Member

    High everyone!
     

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    giglewigle

    giglewigle Well-Known Member

    hows in gowing with the grow u kinda just have me a idia thanks bro
     
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    Tom Tucker 313

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    That plant looks saturated. Only water half as much as your doing now
     
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    Grow Harder

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    Sorry so long.. I moved plants into a tent and did a bunch of stuff like transplants ,topping, L. S. T ..added more lights and also cloned a broken branch.. Here's my most recent pics the original plant and the clone. Also I have a thread in new member of u want to go back and see the progress and or follow the grow
     

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    Grow Harder

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    I think I might have a heat issue because all the tips of the leaves are slightly burned.. I transplanted into an organic soil so IDK if it's nute burn because the soil is to rich but it being all tips It leads me to believe it's heat. Overall the plant doesn't look heat stressed tho.. Overall, I just hope she's a female or all this would just be wasted effort.. I guess it's a risk u run with infared. Anyone think I should flip to 12/12 now?
     
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    Tom Tucker 313

    Tom Tucker 313 Active Member

    Thats nute burn. What exactly are you useing and how much
     
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    Grow Harder

    Grow Harder Well-Known Member

    I meant "it's a risk u run with bagseed"
     

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