Beginning Of Week 4 From Seed

Jul 29, 2017
We are entering week 4 here and now you can see that they are beginning to pick up their grow pace. What I did different this week is that I began to measure the PPM's for the feed. So far I am feeding 150PPM to the water that I use to water my plants and then PH it down to 6.5. I do not see any nute burn so I'm guessing that 150 PPM is doing good for my plants grow. They really are taking off now. Conclusion: At this point I'm beginning to plan out my style of grow for this run. My plan is to grow 2 plants at a time side by side bushed out and topped in a short bush fashion. The rest of the other plants will be placed in a slow veg under CFL Tube lights for the next grow. Basically, If I can nail this grow style right, I should be able to have a VEG room and a FLWR space. But for now I'm taking advantage of the extra space in my grow area to VEG under my more powerful lights. Differences in grow style that were implemented. In the third week I began to adjust my lights horizontal alignment position. I crossed both beams of my lights to create an energy concentration point. This creates a stronger photo-energetic beam that not only creates a stronger beam, but excites the photosynthetic cells. The lights looks like a rooftop on top of the plants. So far it has been working better than the individual lights by themselves.
Vegetation, 4 weeks
Nordle, Grape Ape, and Skunk Haze (hybrid) from CBD Crew and Local Breeder
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Comments
Masta_Che Jul 29, 2017 11:14 PM
smart move putting both lights together and using more red. cant wait!
BrownDuck Jul 30, 2017 12:38 AM
Thanks. Took me a while to figure it out and crossing the beams worked too. The growth for 1 week was great. Funny how weed makes one think outside the normal conventional sense and makes you come up with the best ideas.
Orion_growing Jul 31, 2017 8:59 AM
beautiful plants. nice tall. How do you cintrol height?
BrownDuck Aug 1, 2017 8:49 PM
There are many ways you can use to control height. The ones I use are low stress training (LST) and topping.