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Day 20


Anoma

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GARDEN STLYE: Pots on the balcony
GROWING MEDIUM/SOIL STRUCTURE: Coco w/ 30% perlite
POT/CONTAINER SIZE: 5, 15, 25, 52L
NUTRIENT/FEED MIX: Canna Coco A+B, Ryzo, eco-neem, eventually PK 13/14
FEEDING CYCLE: Whenever they need to be watered
FLOOR SPACE: N/A
AREA HEIGHT: Limitless
LIGHTING: Sun during the day when it's sunny, CFLs during other periods
WATTAGE: 260W
AVG TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY: 25C - 42C
NUMBER OF PLANTS: 4
DAYS IN FLOWER:
HARVEST YIELD:

 

Well it's been basically 3 weeks and here they are. Originally I intended to use pure sun but seeing as we keep getting cloudy and rainy days with more to come I thought I'd get 2 x 130W CFLs and cupboard them with a small fan. They'll be in there whenever it's not hot and sunny outside.

 

The cupboard is about 1.5m tall when the lights are taken into account, and 1m wide with about 600mm depth and I'll be LSTing them so hopefully I can get some awesome large growth for around 5 months until they start to flower.

 

I thought they would be a bit bigger than they are now but they seem healthy enough. Advice on this would be appreciated.

 

I've started giving them a small amount of nutes, 1.3 EC, only started that yesterday.

 

Also, there's a few pics of the Sour Diesel by itself because it seems a bit runty. It may have been because I left some water droplets on the leaves and they got burnt but I don't know. Either way I'd say she'll be alright but maybe just a bit slower than the others. Again, advice on this is appreciated.

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