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Newbie trying out some Red Dwarf Autos


JG420JG

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Hi All,

 

I have posted this as a question else where but I thought I would get a GLOG started as well. Closing off week 2 of the autos under the 600WHPS. Changing to a 1000W tomorrow. Heat, or lack thereof is an issue.

 

First time grower here with some Red Dwarf Auto Fems in a grow tent. Below are some details and questions and also I have uploaded some pics. Just hoping for some guidance. They look somewhat healthy but over the past couple of days there have started to droop or sag a little. Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Indoor Grow Tent 2m high x 800 deep x 1.5 wide
600WHPS on reflector. Changing to a 1000WHPS as ballast is 1000w.
Small 100mm pots with Coco Coir
Temperature is 18-21 deg. Haven't measured overnight temp as yet. Am aware this is low and was hoping the 1000w globe would increase the temp although i am not too sure. Is a Bunnings special heater with a thermostat ok?
Humidity 49-51%
4 Red Dwarf Auto Fems
Have uploaded the last feed figures. From my understanding the Ph and EC is ok. There is some small algae deposits on some of the coco on some.
Nutrient is all Mills.

 

Just looking for some general guidance as to weather I am on the right path or what might need to change. I am of the impression that they aren't doing to well.

 

Thanks again peoples. ;)

 

Jay

 

*Disregard the struggling one.
**Thanks again!!!!!

 

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