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First Grow- Rosetta Stone

Summer 2019

Eight Rosetta Stone plants grown in 4x8 grow tent with three 550 LED California grow lights and on the happy frog nutrient grow cycle and the addition of mammoth P.

Rosetta Stone

Day 79 (Week 12)

19 updates

43 photos

Day: 79

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Two weeks into flower stage 12/12 w red up and blue down Water on happy frog cycle

3 years ago

Day: 50

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She is getting big! She was on a 16/8 light cycle at R25 W99 B99 about 20” from light source. The temperature was between 74-70 degrees Fahrenheit and the humidity between 49-57%. The water I gave her yesterday morning was a nice heavy feed that she needed. She is starting to show signs of pre flower at the nodes. It is time to switch phases. I just changed the light cycle to 12/12 at R99 W99 B50. I will be watching the temperature and humidity closely and am going to have to switch up the nutrients in the watering. Let the fun begin!!

3 years ago

Day: 44

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Still on 18/6 light cycle at R25 W99 B99 while 30” away from light source. Mrs. Peggy gave a nice heavy water and made a mound of the soil and she looks nice!! Water have big bloom and grow big in it.

3 years ago

Day: 40

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She is growing! Still on 18/6 light cycle with R25 W99 B99 at 30” from light source. The humidity has been a little low dropping into 48/49% at times. The temperature has held stable between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit. I did just water her last night (this pic is from this morning). She was a bit droopy and for sure needed the water. Has grow big and big bloom in for nutrients. I need to hold to the feeding schedule better and refine my watering for sure.

3 years ago

Day: 36

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She is still on 18/6 light cycle, at abt 25” from light source, and still at R25, W99, B99. The temperature is between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit and the humidity is between 49-54%. Right after I took this picture I watered her with two mini cups of water with grow big and big bloom nutrients mixed in. She is a bit droopy but I took this picture right when the light cycle began so she just hadn’t quite woken up yet. The leaves at the bottom are also something I am curious about as they are yellow and beginning to fall off it seems. I’m not sure if that is normal and I should be pruning those off. Or if the yellowing of the bottom leaves is a tell of a problem occurring. So those are things I will be looking into here soon.

3 years ago

Day: 32

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She is still on 18/6 light cycle at R25 W99 B99 and 30” from light source. The temperature is between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity of 50-54%. Just watered her with big bloom and grow big nutrients. Soil was pretty dry and she is getting well into veg so can add a little more to the feeding.

3 years ago

Day: 30

She is still on 18/6 light cycle at R25 W99 B99 whole 30” from light source. Still only using one light with one plant. Just watered with the big bloom nutrient and water at 7.1ph. The temp was steady between 70-76 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity between 48-54%.

3 years ago

Day: 26

She is on 18/6 light cycle at R25 W99 B99 while being 30” from light source. Temperature holding between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity between 48-54%. She was watered with Grow Big nutrients at a PH of 7.1. She is officially in vegetative stage and is growing like a weed... get it 😂. Going to add mammoth p to the nutrient mix moving forward. Stay tuned!

3 years ago

Day: 23

Still on a 18/6 light cycle with R25 W99 B99 and at 30” from light source. Still am just using one light instead of the three. The light bill was up 200$ this month - crazy stuff. Temperature is still between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit and the humidity is steady between 50-54%. I have not watered since last entry. She is starting to really grow though! The yellow is basically completely gone. The Fox Farm Grow Big nutrient really crushed it. Has her nice and healthy now. I’m excited!!

3 years ago

Day: 21

She is still in the same 18/6 light cycle at 30” from light source. Single light is at R25 W99 B99. The temperature has been between 70-75degrees and a humidity of 49-54%. Since the last entry I was a little worried about the yellowing but is was diagnosed as a lack of nitrogen. So I added Fox Farm’s Grow Big nutrients to my feedings which is high in nitrogen. I have the plant a feeding two days ago with it and it has responded really well! The yellow is lessening and she has really taken off with some growth. Starting to get out of seedling stage and entering vegetative now. The soil was pretty dry even an inch down and so I did give another feeding of water at 7.15ph that had just the Grow Big nutrients added. The next feeding I think I will be adding mammoth p into the mix also.

3 years ago

Day: 19

She has been on the same 18/6 light cycle at 30” from light source. I did turn off two of my three lights since it’s just one plant. The light is still at R25 W99 B99. The temperature has been between 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity between 49-54%. Now she had her leaves going yellow and they started out at the tips of the leaves and worked inward towards stem. After further research and guidance it has been decided it is due to a nitrogen deficiency. So to correct it this morning I put big bloom fox farm nutrient (great for nitrogen) in my water (1/4 gallon got 1/8tsp). I watered her with that and so now we will wait and see!

3 years ago

Day: 15

I transplanted her into a larger pot and started using the actually tree frog potting soil and not the starter mix. I took her out of the cup and shook the dirt off the roots best I could. I then proceeded to fill the bucket with the soil and left a hole in the middle for the roots. I then put the roots down in the soil and covers it around with dirt. Once roots were covered in soil and submerged I lightly patted the soil and that was it! I put it back in the tent, with 18/6 light cycle of R25 W99 B99 at 30”. I also did not water it at night when I first put it in. This morning when I left for work I used the spray bottle with big bloom and mammoth p and sprayed the top of the soil lightly. The leaves at the bottom at yellow so I am not too sure what it is that is wrong but I’m trying to see if I need to water less. So I’m trying to keep to pretty dry to see what happens. If it gets worse then that means I haven’t been watering it enough.

3 years ago

Day: 13

She is growing nicely! Getting around 4” now. Still on 18/6 light cycle at R25 W99 B99. Temperature has been between 76.5 and 70.3 degrees Fahrenheit, with a humidity between 48 and 54%. Soil was pretty dry with my finger a half inch in so I used the spray bottle and gave it about 8-10 squirts at the base of the stem to water it. With the water, which was at a PH of 7.2, it had big bloom and mammoth P mixed in at suggested measurements. Now bottom leaves are a little yellow and I want to say that is just due to them being on the bottom and they are just going to fall off as Anthony suggested they would. However I will keep an eye on it Incase it has something to do with a problem in the growing environment, water, light, or soil.

3 years ago

Day: 11

She is currently 3-3 1/2 inches tall now. Still on the 18/6 light cycle at R25 W99 B99. Temperature between 70-74 degrees Fahrenheit and a humidity between 48-54%. It got a little low for humidity. I gave her a little water this morning with the big bloom and mammoth p at a PH of 7.2. She has been put at 30” from light source still and looks to be doing well so far!

3 years ago

Day: 8

She has been on an 18/6 cycle with light still at R25 W99 B99, at about 30” from light source. Has not been watered since last entry so about two days now. Temperature has been between 75 and 69 degrees Fahrenheit, it got a little low because a fuse blew while lights were off and it cooled down a little. Humidity has been between 58% and 51%. She is looking good and starting to be roughly 3inches now. Good progress!

3 years ago

Day: 6

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She has been on 18/6 cycle, yesterday I lightly sprayed the top layer of soil with water that had mammoth P and big bloom nutrients. Temp between 70-74 degree Fahrenheit, humidity between 52-58%. Spoke with John the guy we bought California LightWorks lights from and he told me that while germinating I’m that room we need plants 60” from lights at R15 W99 B35, and once they sprout and show a node (two leaves) then can move plant to 24-30” from light source at R25 W99 B99. So moved her to 30” from light source with lights at R25 W99 B99. Turns out the other may have gotten burned when sprouting due to being to close and the light being too high in R. Now we know!

3 years ago

Day: 5

The plant is roughly 2 inches long. One of the seeds has germinated and entered the seedling stage successfully. It has been on a 18/6 light cycle and has not been watered since day 3. Think I may have had a bit much water to start out my seeds and that is what caused the others to fail in sprouting successfully. Moved it to the ground so it is about 4 ft from light source. And have the room around an average of 72 degrees Fahrenheit (small heater in room helps) and a humidity of average 54%. Next watering will introduce Mammoth P to the successful seedling and help it along in its start to grow.

3 years ago

Day: 2

(Day 3 - July 12th) Plant is just beginning to sprout out of the soil, and is roughly a half inch to an inch. Beginning to show the four leaves, and start seedling stage. Has been on 18/6 light cycle. Temperature has been between 68.7 and 72.0 degrees Fahrenheit. Humidity has been between 52% and 58%. Plants have been watered once daily with reverse osmosis water (no nutrients - super soil). Water has had a ph of 7.

3 years ago

Day: 1

Germination- putting in soil (July 10th 2019)

3 years ago