The Vault’s Blue Dream’matic Auto Comparative Grow – in association with FastBuds

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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    1.62 gal pot.jpg Blue.jpg Pot.jpg FoxFarm.jpg Jobes.jpg BD3 gal jobes.jpg BD 3gal FF.jpg BD 1gal FF.jpg
    Finally got pictures to load these are from earlier in the week
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i put two cups of alfalfa meal in 3 gallons of peat mix/perlite. never thought that would be enough to burn anything, even an auto. if i wasn't concerned about slowing them down more, i'd transplant them into plain peat mix. haven't given them anything but ph'ed water since i repotted them, and won't till they start to grow right again.
    think i might start another of each in their final pot, in unamended medium. IMG_20180629_182053.jpg
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Wow that sucks dude, but hopefully it will recover. Great lesson though I was just thinking about giving mine an early light feeding, ahh think I will hold up on that idea. Yea I personally had better results when I go right into final pots with auto seeds.
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    before i transplanted them i had them in plain peat, and gave them 150 ppm of jack's 20-20-20 once, and 150 ppm of cal-mag once, but not a lot either time, just around the base of the plants. they took that just fine, which is why i didn't think the alfalfa meal would be too much.
    i really don't think it's too much, i think it's too much WITH the transplant. apparently both of these do NOT like it, although all of the others i've grown took it like champs. i'm sure they'll recover, only transplanted them 4 days ago, let em get some fresh hair roots out and they'll snap back
     
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    Dear ol" Thankful Grower!

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    steff44

    steff44 Well-Known Member

    My Dream'matic started of slowly.Started a lite feed on day 25.In the space of 10 days it has shot rite up!I had high humidity around 70% due to a Heat wave(usually unheard of here in Scotland) There's been no moisture or wet patches.I grow with LED so maybe the dry heat & high humidity has made it grow so big in a short period.Its 5 weeks old now.I will post pic tomorrow when I open tent..
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Day 13 update
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    Gave them a light feeding today of Mega Crop, 1ml to 1 gallon of water.
     
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    steff44

    steff44 Well-Known Member

    Day 36
     

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    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    Plodding along
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    Id like to up pot but don't have the room in the veg tent.

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    pretty much over the transplant shock, grew a few inches since last week. just been giving them ph'ed water since i transplanted, not going to feed them again till they look like they need it, apparently a couple of cups of alfalfa meal goes a long way IMG_20180709_102804.jpg IMG_20180709_102809.jpg
    been setting them in the flower tent when the lights are on, back to the veg tent at lights off, so they're getting 13 hours a day of 600 watt hps, about an hour of dark, then ten hours of 300 watts of t5
     
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    MasterOf Arts

    MasterOf Arts Well-Known Member

    stem is looking T H I C C
     
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    Dear ol" Thankful Grower!

    Dear ol" Thankful Grower! Well-Known Member

    6FC4F1E5-521E-4243-9E7C-5588F3B68085.jpeg Coming along fine looking forward to keeping this strain around love blue dream and having a quicker grow cycle is a huge pro for me can’t wait to see how much she packs on cheers and great job everybody burnt about my auto Brooklyn sunrise wish I woulda had some indoors instead of outside Mother Nature sure is unforgiving sometimes
     
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    pop22

    pop22 Well-Known Member

    Finally got mine started! 3 were soaked overnight then planted in 4" pots of soil. When the leaves are the width of the pot, I'll transplant into the auto pots. Two seeds sprouted today, will take pics tomorrow!

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    It's not oregano

    It's not oregano Well-Known Member

    Day 52

    Plant showing signs of deficiencies, probably because I was about 2 weeks later than I should starting nutes due to illness. On full strength nutes now and there are no new signs so hopefully I have stopped it.
    Strong smell now when I open the cabinet. You can see crystals very easily now. Buds don't seem as bulky as the Brooklyn Sunrise but there are more of them.
    Blue dream is left hand plant on group shot.
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    MasterOf Arts

    MasterOf Arts Well-Known Member

    wow coming along real fast
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Update Day 21. They are looking good so far, way more stretching than the Brooklyn sunrise. 20180712_175746.jpg 20180712_175651.jpg 20180712_175617.jpg
     
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    MasterOf Arts

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    Day 56: only took one pic yesterday i will take some more when the lights are back on later just haven't updated in a while.
     

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    steff44

    steff44 Well-Known Member

    Looking good.The
    The stretch over the next 2 weeks was massive with mine.Looking good.
     
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    Lucky Luke

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

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    this one should be a pretty good yielder, i think. little slower than the bsa, but shaping up nice
     
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