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Got my first grow tent Vivosun 2' x 4' x 6'.

My tenant got to 36°F with a RH of 92%. They don’t look the best and the cold isn’t letting up.

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Looking good @Nate, those regs are going to be absolute whoppers :party:
Autos are coming along nicely too! Shouldn't be too long now until they start flowering :sun:
What are you feeding the girls at the moment ?
 

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Looking good @Nate, those regs are going to be absolute whoppers :party:
Autos are coming along nicely too! Shouldn't be too long now until they start flowering :sun:
What are you feeding the girls at the moment ?
I have them on the early veg emerald harvest. I am not sure when I should start feeding the autos a different feeding program
 

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Good question @Nate :) I'd leave the phos guano out of your mix, it's very easy to over do it and adding a little too much will drop your ph and burn your plants.
The marine cuisine contains guano so you've already got that base covered and you could always boost the P with a light top dress of the phos guano mid flower if necessary ;)
Marine Cuisine® is a powerful all-purpose fertilizer that blends fine ocean-based ingredients like crab meal, shrimp meal, seabird guano, and kelp, with low-sodium mineral plant foods to give your garden a quick boost and provide long-lasting, time-release nutrition.
The marine cuisine website says
Garden tip: Use Marine Cuisine® as a general, all-purpose fertilizer throughout the growing season. For new plantings and container plants, add just 1 tablespoon per gallon of soil. In established gardens, broadcast evenly around the foliage canopy. Use 1-2 tablespoons for every foot of plant height, and rake in lightly. Pull any excess fertilizer away from the base of the plant. Water thoroughly.
I've never used this before but would generally advise going with 50% or less of what they recommend. So you could safely go with 3-4 tablespoons of this.
The danger with making a super soil/premix is overdoing it. You can always top dress with more but you can't unmix it from your soil once it's in there :sun:
Good luck my friend, I can't wait to see them in their new larger homes :)
 
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That stuff looks good and will definitely help you build a thriving living soil. Next time you're near a garden centre hunt out some mycorrhizae, not essential but every little helps :)
 

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That stuff looks good and will definitely help you build a thriving living soil. Next time you're near a garden centre hunt out some mycorrhizae, not essential but every little helps :)
Ok I had a small limb break off recently and I sprayed it with the root wizard Foliar spray with strait N nute added to it. It was a mowie and it seems to be rooting. I didn’t use any rooting agent either. I’m hopping it will take root and make up for the limb that burnt.
 

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Did a bit more transplanting which made it look a lot better in ther and hopefully will make it fill the tent more. I am not positive about the lighter colored new growth. Is that a emerald green? CDB3DE51-7A0A-4539-BF59-4F646C91A644.jpeg B60542E2-149C-457D-B0A3-D1FBE662F79B.jpeg B1C3A298-CC7C-4CD2-AFBC-00365B286FFF.jpeg 90721176-088A-476B-A420-022511F2D931.jpeg
 

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5B533D0E-43A7-4761-9FBB-6ABF3834C964.jpeg 11F58770-882E-4CF1-9649-0BE2ACE297A4.jpeg The autos are one month old as of yesterday and he regular girls are 8 weeks. Everything is going great since I had to transfer a couple due to lack of soil drainage. Did a little defoliation and LST I think it looks pretty good. What do you think?
 

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They’re growing really fast I’m excited to see her start budding. @Sunshine if I was to use that feminizing spray on the autos would she produce female auto beans?
Yes they would, but I'd be concerned about smoking anything that's been sprayed or that's come into contact with ;)
The new growth does look quite pale my friend. To help pinpoint the issue could you answer the following questions.
What are you feeding them and how frequently?
How often are you watering and how much? What is your water source? Also what are you're average temperatures?
Are you on 18/6 or 24/7?
I'd tuck leaves rather than cutting or removing them, these are the solar panels that fuel the plants growth.
I don't think you'er too far off track, they are growing and on the whole not looking bad at all, just a bit of tweaking and they'll be in the zone! :sun:
 

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Awesome I’m at 18/6 I’m feeding them emerald harvest 2 part pro series. I haven’t fed them in a week or so I just fed them a half dose of the early Veg. I get city water but it comes from a really deep well and it’s roughtly 6.2-6.5 . I have a hard time matching the color chart with the strip. I’m waiting for a ph pen to come in the mail. I had to re pot a couple of them because of lack of perlite in the soil. That was Monday this week. @Sunshine
 

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Looking good my friend! They're really starting to bush out now, can't wait to see them in full bloom :)
The new seeds sound interesting too, have you got any info on the black eye?
 
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