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Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by santacruz_organic, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. santacruz_organic

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    I got some good news, my plants are out of shock and growing rapidly. I started my clones, after they rooted, on Oct. 1 and for the first week and a half i had no growth due to shock. this probably happened due to over lighting (from cfl's to 2 1000w) or from nutrient burn. at first i was worried but then i realized i was just an impatient stoner. now my plants are growing almost an inch a day and have A LOT of node regions. It is my first time using HID lights and they are working better then i imagined. Check out theese pictures (remember that the first 10 days my plants had no growth due to shock). The first canopy shot was taken on the 9th and the other one was taken on the 18th.
     

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  2. santacruz_organic

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    the last pic was taken on the 10th.
     

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  3. santacruz_organic

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    these were taken on the 18th. (and the last two) 2 1/2 weeks old
     

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  4. gmoney5ss

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    those clones are looking great, id say their growin like weed :thumbsup:
     
  5. Garden Knowm

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  6. Garden Knowm

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    Yo,

    You should either clone those ladies in the next 3-5 days.. or Flower them in the next 3-5 days...

    cheers
     
  7. santacruz_organic

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    Here are some pictures from oct. 25, about three weeks old. look at the growth rate in the last week!
     

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  8. santacruz_organic

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    Im growing theese to be big momas. i was thinking swithing them over at about two to three feet.
     
  9. Kindbud

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    Nice grow dude. Organix for the win!
     
  10. jamstigator

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    Looking quite healthy and vibrant. Go, plants, go! ;)
     
  11. green_gardenr

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    can u clone clones??
     
  12. faithlessxxx

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    Mmm, nice stuff.

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  13. TheGreenFog

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    Nice set up, Santacruz. Nice growth! You dont need THAT many Mommas, do ya, so you will be flowering some, right? My question, when you let them go to 2-3 feet, THEN flip them, how do you maintain canopy penetration? Will you use side lighting? I have a serious matter similar to that and I will most likely need your advice.

    Yes, you can clone clones. Clones are just little mini-me plants of the mother plant. After a bit of vegging, they become real plants, kinda like when Pinocchio became a real boy. LOL.

    Anyway, as long as they have some internodal branching (something to take clones FROM), they can be re-cloned! Millions and millions of plants! Eureeka!

    TGF
     
  14. santacruz_organic

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    I figure if i have my plants two to three feet from each other that the light will touch most of all the plants. i used good reflection techniques(it hurts my eyes to go in my grow room at night) and i am runing two 2000w for my whole room which isnt very large. i couldnt do this with cfl's or any thing like that though.
     
  15. Garden Knowm

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    yummy!!!

    keep the pictures coming!!

    : )
     
  16. Racerx

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    Looking good! Ive seen some wonderful stuff that looked just like that when it started. I think its the chronic ocean air. :D Keep the pics coming. Have you recorded any growth (ie measuring?)?
     
  17. santacruz_organic

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    Well, i think it is about two inches every three days, Im taking pictures every wednesday so every post with a picture is a week apart. it is growing faster then any other setup i have had in the past. next wednesday it will be a nmonth exactly.
     
  18. santacruz_organic

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    Here are some pictures of my plants at one month old! I just got a carbon filter and some exhaust fans so i should have a ventilation system set up by next week.```` Whats those marks on the leaf i have a close up on? any help will help.. Thanks!
     

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  19. santacruz_organic

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    I think the marks are either heat stress or nutrient burn?
     
  20. faithlessxxx

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    I doubt thats anything to worry about.
    I think they may indicate a slight PH imbalance. Leaves with pale splotches are supposed to indicate an uneven PH balance, IIRC, where minerals "pool" unevenly.

    Lovely grow, btw.

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