Slym3rs end year 2023

Not really. Lol The pics are labled now. You jumped the gun.

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Last feed was 3.8 ec / 1900 ppm 500 / 2304 ppm 700

Coco

3 gallon pots. Expecting qp per plant off 1.5 month veg. 3 uppots.

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I bet that Garlic Cocktail has some stank to it!

Beautiful plants! I like the way the buds are pretty much all you can see. Spaced out nicely.

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Thanks yo. She does! They will be awesome, i think.

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Oreoz looking like frosty goodness already there.

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Nice variety looks great :+1:t2:

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All Stellar buds Sir. :beers:

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@PreyBird1

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These are preybirds photos and mindfittas autos and photos.

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Preybirds:
Runtz, Lavender, Kingkong x Red Dragon, Kingkong, Gogi Crasher

Mindfitta:
Triangle kush x Lime photos.
Sexless autos.

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Nice lineup can’t wait to see this take off

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Nice and some of my favorites there!

WTF? Are they none binary seeds…are the seeds in a sex spectrum now ha ha ha! NO not funny?? :rofl::man_facepalming::joy:

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Lol i dont know why that name is. I dont think these are those triploid genetic. Monsanto. Lol

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I gotta repot those autos. I had them under a t5 which made everyone very strechy. I uppotted the photos days ago. They looked crazy too.

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Yea most my stuff reacts to light distance pretty quick. Got keep your lights right or the plants will get you!

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Just say no to strechy plants.

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Lol lots of blue light keeps them short. I use my lights to my advantage on vegging. Simple cheap high par levels.

Red light (600 to 700 nm). Most LED arrays emit a high percentage (often 75-90 percent) of red light because it is absorbed well by chlorophyll, and the electrical efficiency of red LEDs is high. Red light is considered the most efficient waveband for photosynthesis,

****but as mentioned previously, plants can be elongated in the absence of other light wavelengths. In short-day plants, delivery of red light during the night can prevent flowering. In long-day plants, red and far-red light combined is the most effective at promoting flowering of a wide range of crops. Therefore, red is usually the dominant color for photosynthetic and photoperiodic lighting.

This is a good link!

Light Wavebands and Their Effects on Plants - Greenhouse Product News.

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I found cmh made them strech fast though. I was under the impression blue worked will for veg and red for flower. Now i mix it up for flower. Toss some blue in there. I want to add blurple incrementally in the end of flower cycle.

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