mikey413

Blue dreams and Tie-dye

Summer 2019

I’m growing a Tye-die plant which is a new custom strain and two blue dream plants in 6.5 gallon pots with FFOF soil and two 600w L.E.Ds for light. This time around I will be using low stress training to get a bigger yield at a lower stress rate then topping of fimming.(Everyday on my latest grow is actually every two days instead of everyday like it’s posted)

2 x Blue dream - 1 x Tye-die (new genetic)

Day 90 (Week 13)

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17 photos

Day: 90

Flowering and healthy, all the training and selective defoliation has paid off.

3 years ago

Day: 16

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3 years ago

Powdered_elf Is that elastic you are using for the scrog? Do you think it’s strong enough or will the plants push it around?

Powdered_elf I guess it’s just gotta hold the stems in the direction you want to push them so should be right. I’m looking at using the same method for my grow

Mikey413 Oh yeah that scrog is more than strong enough as long as it’s secured so it won’t move, so far any training I did tucking it under the scrog has worked and never came undone.

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Day: 15

Light leaf strip and scrog training, Nuted water feed.

3 years ago

Day: 14

Not bad for an overnight haul!

3 years ago

Day: 13

Light training with a water feeding.

3 years ago

Day: 12

They are slowly getting bushier as I want lol but not enough, about to hit them with nutes PH’d to 6.5 and going to lower the lights to about 28 inches from canopy.

3 years ago

Day: 11

I had to put up some ghetto reflectix but the plants are doing good and temps are stable and man they are getting bushy.

3 years ago

Day: 10

These girls are just loving the light and nutrients as I keep them at a good 75 degrees, they look happy.

3 years ago

Day: 9

It’s training day and the anticipation of seeing all the new growth is exciting yet it hurts every time I LST but the stems are more than healthy to take it.

3 years ago

Day: 8

Today’s watering and day in the plants are responding well to the low stress training and as the plant continues to progress I plan on training them further to keep an even canopy.

3 years ago

Day: 7

The girls are responding well to the training and I continue to keep pulling down the old growth to expose the canopy to new growth that the light wouldn’t normally hit. They are loving it.

3 years ago

Day: 6

It’s a couple days after the first initial training and as you can see I switched to the garden wire and watered with a light nutrient mix, comment if you would like to know what I use for nutes.

3 years ago

Day: 5

As you can see, I started training them with some wire that ended up not working so I will be switching to garden wire soon. I wait for the pots to be nearly dry before watering again.

3 years ago

Day: 4

All plants are doing fine, been a couple weeks or so, so decided on transplanting them into 6.5 gallon pots and a good watering afterwards. They all showed little to no stress after the transplant.

3 years ago

Day: 3

The girls are happy with 75 degrees and just watering when needed.

3 years ago

Day: 2

A few days after seed pop. Regular Ph’d water when needed and light misting twice a day.

3 years ago

Day: 1

Seedlings a day or so old, watered with regular PH’d water.

3 years ago