The road so far

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Diatomaceous Earth on the soil(a dusting-not a layer-I made that mistake once and had a layer of concrete on top of the soil). Also let the soil dry out a bit between watering and feedings.
Don't breathe that stuff in. They claim it has the same effect on your lungs as asbestos. Nasty stuff.
We should invent stake guards with brite orange tip flags to put on them. They blend to easy with the plants especially the green ones
Maybe some nerf balls on the ends?
 

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Excuse me Ma'am Just one more thing
And from experience, be aware, those stakes will hurt if you bend down in the grow area and catch one in the face or eyes…
Ask him how he knows LOL
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Bye bye week 5. A month to go i think (amnesia haze-shiny silver- super lemon haze) 1400ppm and finally we got some tip burn. Smaller ones look like they will give more than taller since they looking kind of empty 😔. Smell is way too strong. Whenever i open the door for 2 seconds whole house smells godly . Peace mates
 

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Guys came back a little earlier. Got a problem that i never had before. Summer at its finest with humidity lvl inside grow room at 32-35%. Is this going to damage my girls ??? Room is sooo fulll right now that wherever i put a humidifier inside it will hit directly a plant or more and i m afraid of bud rot. Any ideas ??? Fresh air that's comming inside is like lava ..no temperature problems thought. A/C doing good
 

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can you put the humidifier in a spot where your air intake will draw the humid air into your grow area rather than in the grow area? my thought is that the lower humidity may affect yield a little bit but it is much better than high humidity and you are spot on about fearing bud rot. temperature and humidity and the ratio of the two interact as VPD(vapor pressure deficit). depending on your temperature though, you may actually be in the sweet spot. attached is a VPD chart for your viewing pleasure. you are likely in the mid/late flower(purple zone) at this point so lower humidity at relatively normal room temperatures are a good thing.
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My opinion and mine only is that 35% indoor humidity ain't too high. Just keep the air moving and you shouldn't have any problems.
I've got 4 small fans (the clip on type) in my grow room, one in each corner, pointed to the fan on the left. I get a cyclonic circulation that doesn't directly blow on the plants, but definitely moves the air. I've never had PM or bud rot in my room, only in my outdoor grows when the rain and humidity got crazy.
YMMV.
 

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Week 6 left the room. Rain helped humidity to go a Little up. Fed at 1550 ppm all good. Light distance changed to 40cm not sure about that. Taller girls looking amazingly full of fruits. Wish they were thicker thought 😅 . Huge problem that i cant flush inside the room and theres no way to flush at all ... Cant move girls. Lasst time i broke a lot of brunches.
 

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Week 7 gone. What a journey !! Amnezia haze -super lemon haze 10-11 weeks flowering. Shiny silver haze 9-10 weeks. That what description says . Trichomes still clear. Guys do you see foxtail in any picture ? You see something weird in last pictures ? 50 days of flowering but 2 of my girls looks like they are on week 4 or 5
 

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Week 8 gone. My biggest plant is fked up... It was to close too light and foxtailed hard, its rly fluffy. Moved it away , 3 weeks left for her but i dont think that she will improve anything at all .. hope she get a little heavier. Should i stop nitrogen nutr ? I read a while ago that plant doesnt need it last weeks. Just PK. Thats the best shot i can take on trichomes. Looks like at least 2 more weeks to me
 

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