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TheUltimateNoob

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About TheUltimateNoob

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    Young Plant

Grower Info

  • Current strains growing
    Black Fire, Inzane In The Membrane
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    Soil.
  • Grow Room Setup
    240W COB fixture in a 70cm x 70cm tent with a 5" extraction fan.
  • Preferred Nutrients
    Currently GH Flora Tri-Pack
  • Indoor or Outdoor
    Indoors
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Whichever is available, haha

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  1. Was in the market for a B16A Vtec some time back... I love them [emoji1362] Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  2. Lol, thank you for making it a soft blow.. I guess the stress was a bit too much. It was a female seed, and a freebie at that. Its a pity it took so long to show sex, I could've vegged the Inzane out a bit more Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  3. So yeah, potentially the worst news yet... Are these balls? Lol They look like it, but I'm in denial. Put me out of my misery, please. I don't think this strain took well to the HST... She's been in shock ever since the lollipop and major defol, coupled with an iron deficiency and possible inability to process Phosphorus and Calcium efficiently for about 2 weeks prior... It happens, I just need confirmation so I can chuck it out of the tent. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  4. You're correct... I flushed the Inzane as a control to gauge if one of the plants were way out of range, although it was about 40L less than what was seen by the Black Fire... The pots are 10L I agree that the BF needs to be fed, but I wanted to wait for her to look relatively healthy again. I understand immobile defs taking longer to work itself out, but things aren't looking that grand either way. The leaves haven't bounced back yet but the yellowing is fading into green again so yeah I feel like BF will be okay in time, but today I have reason to believe she hermied on me. Will post it shortly for more opinions, but I'm pretty sure... Such a bummer Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  5. Okay, so I did some more searching I'm pretty sure it was an iron deficiency - in agreement with a few comments from earlier... I feel it was due to me feeding the flowering ratio nutes too early which resulted in too much of either Ca, Cu, Mn, P or Zn in the medium, blocking iron uptake. The leaves are regaining colour, so we're in recovery mode now. A feed is due at lights on later today so I'm not too sure how to go about it on the Black Fire... Any thoughts? Still waiting for the leaves to bounce back but at least she'll make it through the deficiency. I'll update my Ethos grow journal later today as well. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  6. Didn't realise the date... Hopefully I can get in my last 2 entries... First up, the scaffolding beneath the Inzane, and 2nd just a batch of brownies we whipped up with some kief oil I made.
  7. Yeah she didn't seem to be feeding much at all. I flushed to hopefully get the root zone healthy again after having a look at the initial ppms and now I'm waiting. My medium doesn't get too dry and I have experimented with my limits of medium moisture before, it's safe to say that the medium does not dry out too much or build up salts if fed every 2nd day - to 20% runoff - with plain water after 4 feedings. I did however start watering to 10% runoff in the past 2 weeks before I started this thread - I haven't had this problem before as I have completed grows in the past with only allowing 10% runoff. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  8. I flushed to get rid of salts. The first runoff ppm from the Black Fire was about 450 higher than what the last feed was at, so I figured it needed to be done... As a comparison, on the first flush, the runoff from the Inzane came out like 1ppm higher than the water I put in... Something was clearly off. I used 5L fabric pots to veg, with the velcro strip along the side. I checked both root systems before transplanting and the Black Fire roots were slightly behind.. I'd say about 3 days behind in development be the looks of it. The difference was barely noticeable but it may have caused my issue...? Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  9. The drooping started before I flushed her for the first time. I flushed my Inzane as kind of a control as well because I treat the trees the same... I didn't flush as much, because it wasn't necessary, but I did run it through at least 20-30L. The black fire got flushed with about 60L It may be much more sensitive to defoliation... The lollipop and 2nd defol may have been too much for her to handle... The tree still looks alive and the leaves feel healthy... The discolouration is slowly going away but the leaves still haven't bounced back yet. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  10. That's my suspicion as well due to the fact that I fed with flowering ratio from just before transition week and from what I've read here so far. It could've created a phosphorus toxicity that prevented the processing of calcium and uptake of iron. What would he the fix in this case? Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  11. The Inzane is thriving, but the Black Fire is still pretty sad. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  12. Their Blue Dream is amazing [emoji1362]... One of the bests highs I've had in a while Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  13. Looks like the temps were a bit too high there... That's some dark oil.Have you tried pressing the bud at a lower temp, but for longer? (@Moosed knows his stuff from what I've read) Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  14. I could send you a parts list bro, if you can source the parts and get someone to drill all the holes, bam, you got yourself a press at half the price. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  15. Bro... You can build this for under 3k... I have a design I've made and I'm working on the build right now... The company that has my steel plates is on Lockdown so I have to wait. Hydraulic presses are ridiculously overpriced. Building your own is much more worth it. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
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