NYGC PBreeding: PBREEDING.COM: 4@N.E.R.C, 4@D.CANDY
Tent: Secret Jarden L160
Environment: 2 @ AC Infinity 6” inline fans w/humidity controls. CanFilters 6” box prefilter. Humidifier or dehumidifier as needed. Temp = 80 degrees F. with a oil filled electric heater. I will follow VPD charts in accordance to plant life stage and leaf surface temp.
Lighting: 4@ SpectrumKing CC100. 18/6 & 12/12.
System: Hydroponic Ebb & Flow. 3’ x 3’ flood tray fed by 20 Gallon Reservoir. 2 Walmart airstones in reservoir. Flood tray is filled with 1.5” deep with hydroton and plants will be placed in 5L plastic pots. 10 minute fill cycles as needed.
Feed: Source water is from a well. 800 EC. Softened, filtered, then R.O.’d to 0040 Ec. GH CaliMagic @ 3ml/Gallon then DutchPro hydro soft water nutrients in doses that are roughly 1/2 of what the manufacturer recommends. Reservoir changes every two weeks.
pH and nutrient dosing will be handled by GroLab software and peripherals and #FrankenBucketStein.
Method: Due to growing in a tent, with a flood table on a stand, above a reservoir, my height is limited. I will try to have my plants around 8” tall going into Bloom and will be using 9 plants to fill in a scrog. My one and only NorthernLights/Blue will be the only "Non"PBREEDING.COM Seed in this grow. The remaining 8 spots will be filled with testers from PBREEDING.COM
I will be germinating 4 New England Rock Candy (Sour Dubble x Tahoe Alien) and 4 Diesel Candy (Strawberry Diesel X OG Kush
Best of luck guys and gals and have a splendid 2020!!
74 hours later, it appears that I have had 100% germination rate with my seeds. All 8 from pbreeding.com have sprouted. Knocking on wood, let’s hope it keeps going.
Extremely happy with pbreeding.com and his hard work that lead to such a strong percentage of germination in his testers. This is my first time that I have had 100% germination. Talk about getting your money’s worth when you biy his genetics. I spray them 6-8 squirts a day, making sure that the cup always has something in the bottom. The roots ate starting to aggressively come through the rockwool.
For the first three weeks of their lives I wasn’t quite sure what to do with them. My flood table wasn’t ready and in the past I never was successful at keeping them in rockwool longer than a week without getting them in the flood table. This time I had them in the cellar with my vegetable garden. Vpd was less than ideal and temperatures were hard to keep high. I ended up burning some leaf when i dimmed the lights and lowered them down close to the humidity dome. Thankfully my flood table opened up and they are on their way back to recovery. Once the root structure is a bit more established I will up pot them into their final pot. 1/2 of them have had GreatWhite applied during the last up pot and the other half had Azos applied. I will do the same thing when I up pot again. Over the last 36 hours I have been trying to find their happy zone for nutrients. Currently they are enjoying 1.0 ms EC of DutchPro hydro softwater A/B with 1ml CaMg per 1G H2O. The ac Infinity is doing agood job at keeping my environment at 78 degrees f and 68% RH. I am using a humidifier in the tent to keep the humidity adequate. Currently I am only flooding for 1 minute every hour for twelve hours out the f the day. I then do a five hour break and flood 15 minutes before lights out for one minute.
I final potted the girls today. 1/2 of the girls are in 5 liter pots and the other half are in 2 liter pots. 1/2 of the 2L and 5L pots were prepared with azos while the other half were treated with great white. I filled the net pots to the high water mark with hydrocorn and then sprinkled the top of the media with azos or great white. I then placed the 3” net pot on top and filled around the sides with hydrocorn from the flood table. I now am filling for 4 minutes every hour.