how to make your bud hard-solid

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by shiloh, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. shiloh

    shiloh Registered+

    i've been growing some fluffy bud...i like to knw if anyone can shed some light on how to grow buds that is hard or solid...is there a special nutrient for it? thanks!
     
  2. bigtopsfinn

    bigtopsfinn Registered+

    Depends a lot on the strain, as well as how much light they are getting. Too much heat isn't good either. Getting the nutes right is also important. If you want some rock hard nugs try the Trainwreck from Greenhouse Seed Co., but still no guarantee if all things aren't optimized.

    Hard to tell you what's wrong without specifics. It's all in the details! :jointsmile:
     
  3. krazyken

    krazyken Registered+

    The most rock hard nugs I have ever grown was Mazar. Afgani #1 is pretty much the same. :smokin:
     
  4. shiloh

    shiloh Registered+

    i grow -grand daddy- strain....some people that grow this strain had grown some solid bud...i just reduced amount of plant per light (5 buckets per light in 5 gallon bucket) so each tree should get enuff lighting. nutes: GH 3part plus AN: B52 .. heat is an issue for me right now, room temp. is about 80-90 degree but the plant seem to be healthy...im planning on putting swamp cooler in the room..hopefully it will reduce some heat...im guessing the more light to the plant the more solid bud it will get? is there anything else i should change? or nutes i should add into it? i am 1 week into the flowering stage...thanks
     
  5. bigtopsfinn

    bigtopsfinn Registered+

    As long as you have more than 5000 lumens per square foot you should be fine with the lighting. Work on getting those temps under 80F.
     
  6. cigarettes42

    cigarettes42 Registered+

    Strong light. Molasses if your in soil and carbo if hydro. Also good air exchange and more importantly depends on your strain
     
  7. WashougalWonder

    WashougalWonder Registered+

    Sativa dominates will have harder nugs than an indica in general. Smaller too
     

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