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1st transplant of my Gorilla Glue

By @tecnosgirl on 8 Jan 2019.
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So many of you know I am trying to grow some gorilla glue

3 of the 4 seeds I attempted germinated. The other day I moved the seeds from the napkin to the peat pots but today I noticed they are already getting a little too big for the peat pots but are not ready for a bucket yet. So I got to thinking what can I use. Then it hit me, solo cups works great as a small pot. So I transferred my "hopefully girls" to solo cups today.





I want to make sure they are a little bigger

Before they go into their finally grow buckets. I put the Northern Lights directly into their buckets when they got to this stage, but they didn't get to this stage as quickly. The Gorilla Glue is growing at a much faster rate so far. If they keep growing at the rate they are they will only be in the solo cups for a week or so before they will be ready for their final transplant to grow into beautiful girls. (Power of positive thinking that they are all females)

I have my girls under a 18/6 lighting schedule

I am thinking about experiementing with my lighting next grow as then I should have a profession tent to grow in plus my make shift tent that I am growing in now. This time though I am limited my experiementing to germination methods, and seedling health trying to figure out what works best for me. I think if I can get them passes the seedling and sprout stage, I should be able to grow them to maturity. Once I have freed up some money because I am producing my own product, I will be able to afford to go all professional or at least be able tp do a DIY system up right. I am cheap and think a lot of the tents are way over priced for that they are. Some look like they are no more than a shower tent with an emergency blanket lining it and a couple of holes for ventilation and a bar across the top to hold the lighting.

So I may experiement

With a pop up shower tent and my sewing machine. A couple of alterations and that tent that costs $100+ dollars can be made for under $50. And if I buy at the end of the season I can get the shower pop up tent even cheaper and make it for under $30. DIY can sometimes be better than the expensive store bought stuff. If might not look as pretty but functionality is what I am going for not looks. I like keeping money in my pocket and not give it to corporations.

So DIY'ers

What kind of grow set up have you created? Would love to expand my ideas of my own DIY projects for my grow. I might or might not use suggestions but collaborating and bouncing ideas will help me create a better DIY system for myself. Let me know in the comments below or so me a photo.

Till next time stoners

It is 4:20 somewhere so puff puff pass.



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