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new grow .started 20 days ago
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this i started aroumd 10th feb


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The plant will stretch (not to be confused with flowering stretch) if the light source is too far away / not as intense. If you are on Sodium Halide, try switching to LED and move the light closer to your canopy.
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#3
i had cfl and i thouht of the led.
but mostly online everywhere it was mentioned that i whould use sodium lights.
ive kept them a little far as they are 150 watts each and i have 2 of them.

they generate a lot of heat and light.
i sometimes keep the room fan at a minimal so it gets some circulation.
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#4
this is my new set up.
it has 2 metal halide 300watts in all.

have another setup where i will shift this too.

3 big 400 watts each total 1200 watts.

so when they grow big they have more light more surface area for the light to fall on.

also i wont be doing any lst but just clip the leaves.

they are growing pretty fast but i wish for faster .

also just ordered some WHITE WIDOW seeds for the new grow.

pretty expensive but definitely worth it.


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Looking good. All the best! I'm looking to experiment with LED's. Will let you know how it goes.
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#6
this is an update to all my plants.
and the 2nd pic is of LST.

they smell bitching and i think most of them are females


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they are now almost 2 months .
when can i determine the sex
or can you guys see anything i dont


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#8
Your plants look nice and happy bro! You can always make out they happy if they're that vibrantly green.
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#9
Nice dude, they're stretching a bit though. Do you prune your plant quite often? And can you post pics of a close up of where your branches touch the main stem? Below is the pre flowers of a female plant. So try to look our for the hairy little things at the base of your branches. Hope this helps.


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What seeds are these though? They look like an equal blend of Indica and sativa. I have this theory though. Dunno if it's true, but I have usually seen that if the leaflets on each leaf are like 7 or higher, they're female and usually 5 and below, male. Just a theory, still have to check it out more.
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