Grow- 1 NL 00S coco hempy in 55gal
4/7/19 - germinated seed by soaking in tap water for 18hrs and moving to paper towel until tap root was about 2cm
5/7/19 - moved seed to jiffy pellet that was soaked in tap water and left on window sil under humidity dome (coke bottle)
7/7/19 - Seedling emerged from pellet
8/7/19 - moved to grow barrel with light dimmed down to 1/4 power temp: 24°C RH: 70%
11/7/19 - Having issues with high RH due to ambient conditions. Temp: 27°C RH: 56% (in barrel). Have ordered PC fans to circulate more air inside barrel
15/7/19 - week one in the books. So far I have just been feeding PHed water to the jiffy pellet when it looks dry. Transplanted to final pot today as there were roots protruding through mesh. Buffered coco hempy and placed jiffy pellet, mesh and all in place.
I'm not sure if I'm doing shit wrong on this site but it seems like a real battle atm. I've decided on moving my grow log over to...
Bit of an update for everyone that might like to follow along. She is starting to do nicely now, found some GH CALiMAGic so dosing her up with the full dose. Noticed some gnats around coco so I've put some sticky traps in there and will give a dose of neem oil.... unless someone thinks that is a bad idea??
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Update: 11/9/19 currently half way through week 4 of flower. Week 10 since the seed sprouted.
I had an issue a couple of weeks ago with drooping that Dr Coco put down to under watering, causing salt build up. I've since flushed with half strength nutrient mix and increased the volume of each fertigation event, plant perked up nicely.
Everything else has been going well I believe. I plan to do some light defoliation tonight and maybe the next day.
Harvest complete. I cut her on the 16/10. Wet trimmed and hung with around 370g wet weight with stalks. I moved the barrel into a bedroom and had the AC set to 22*C for the last week. Flushed for 5 days with a 48hr dark period before the chop. Unfortunately I've had to move the barrel back into the heat after cutting and currently drying in 28*C and 50% RH hopefully it's not too quick of a dry