Autoflower vs Photoperiod Plants

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Autoflower vs Photoperiod Plants

Comparing Autoflowering and Regular Plants!


 
 

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What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back to the intro to growing cannabis video section! Now in today's episode I will be covering one of the most important aspects of grand cannabis at home and what that is is the differences between autoflowering plants and the regular photoperiod plant. Now in today's video, not only will I Define the characteristics of each of those types of plants, but I am also going to explain to you guys the pros and cons of growing each of them at home as well as what is best for a first-time grower.

Now finally I am also going to show you guys how you can buy seeds as well as clones for either types of those plants oh, and now that you guys know what we are doing in today's video, let's get started with defining what autoflowering plants are! 

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Chemdawg Update: Week 8 of Vegetation

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Chemdawg Update: Week 8 of Vegetation

Last week of Vegetation for the Chemdawg!


How’s it going GreenBox Growers, and welcome back for the Chemdawg beginner grow series! Hey guys so for the first half of this week we are going to be preparing the plants for flower which is really exciting. This is going to entail trimming off those damaged leaves and then eventually doing a lollipopping, and then hopefully by the end of the week we will have flipped to flower. Yeah so probably by the end to the middle of this week is when we will be flipping, so let's get started with day one of the week now where we will be removing or trimming off any of the damaged foliage that is still left on the plants.

Hey guys, welcome back to the Chemdawg Grow Series, it is a new week today and as you can see the plants are looking pretty much back to their normal selves. The right plant does have some damage still on the leaves from the last Light, but we are going to go ahead and trim away those damaged leaves today and then it should be looking Tip-Top. Today we will also shake our CO2 canister, it is always good to do that early in the day remember. 

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And then we are going to do a light misting and also some LST on the very tallest tops, just to let the shorter ones continue growing upward, don't do LST on them. Okay so that does it for today guys, as we go on through this week especially during the early half, we are going to be prepping the plants more and more for flower. So today we are going to trim off those damaged leaves and then tomorrow we might do some lollipopping or maybe the day after that. Okay that does it for day one, we will see you tomorrow for day two!

Hey guys welcome back to the chemdawg grow series, so it is just the second day of this week and as you can see the plants are looking good. The right plant there might be some damage still happening here but it is much milder so I think the plant is improving and the problem is in recession. 

So we will see what happens in the next few days here. Today we will be watering and it is going to be the third plane watering since our last nutrients feeding. We will of course Shake our CO2 canister and I think we are going to go ahead and do a little bit of LST just on the tallest tops today. And then we will finish up with a light misting. 

For the watering remember to do a whole gallon split between the two plants, and that should do it. So we are going to go ahead and get all of that taken care of and then we will see you guys back tomorrow for day 3.

Hey guys, what up, welcome back to the chemdawg grow series, It is the third day of this week and just to give you a little update the left plant is looking great, good as always. The right plant however it's still looking a little iffy. I am not really sure why this is happening, based on what I have been looking at on all of the videos on Dylan's website, it looks like this could be some sort of light damage or some sort of heat stress.

 It would make sense because this part of the plant, the left side the tops are the tallest so they would be the closest to the light. That is the only explanation that I could come up with because everything else seems to be just a little bit shorter than that and all of that part of the plant looks A-Okay. So that could be it oh, I am just going to try turning down the light a little bit, like 5 or 10%. I am going to try missing a little bit too cool that part of the plant down.

Today on the plants I don't think they need any water because the soil is still looking moist so no need to add any water today. We will do misting as I said and then just shake your CO2 canister. Alight guys we'll see you tomorrow for day 4! 

Hey guys what's up, welcome back to the chemdawg grow series, it is the fourth day of the week and today we are going to be announcing a few things. For one, the plants are looking not so great or I should say the right plant is looking not so great and I suspect that based on what I have seen from Dylan's videos that it is from the nutrient burn. Because the upper leaves they don't really look burned but they are kind of curling and it sort of resembles a burn. And then on the lower leaves you can see that they are kind of crisping up and I suspect that is from the space year that we put into the tent.

 Now I think that I just had it too high because that is obvious that the plants are starting to crisp up and they look like they are stressed out so I just lowered that a lot. But it is essential to have that space heater because it was getting too cold in the tent. So right now we are just playing a game of temperature but I think I now have the space heater at a lower power and we should be achieving a good middle ground that we are looking for. And then we are going to be doing a nutrient feeding today. It is still week for of the vegetative next for the dirty dozen nutrients feeding schedule. 

We are only going to be doing half strength today because the plants are stressed out so we just want to keep it easy on them and we don't want to give them too much to handle. And then we replaced our CO2 canister as well and to do that just empty out the contents, clean it out with water and make sure it is good and rinsed out. 


And then make sure it is somewhat dried off inside and then pour in the new starter, a liter of lukewarm water, shake it up and then you are good to go! And it is okay if it does not hiss the first day, that is normal. Okay so then other than that we will do a quick misting, we are not going to do LST because as I said the plants are a little stressed. And the misting will wrap it up for today, so we will go ahead and get that taken care of you guys and then we will see you tomorrow for day 5! 

Hey guys, what's up and welcome back to the chemdawg grow series! It is day five of this week and today we are going to start taking care of those damaged leaves on the right plant, we are going to go ahead and trim away any of the ones that are curling or look cripsed up. and then the left plant we will also do a light defoliation. And in addition to that we will do the usual shaking of the CO2 canister and we will do just one spray bottles worth of water just to keep the soil moist and between the full waterings. 

And then we will do a light misting on the plants. No worries on mean to light with the misting right now because we have delayed flowering and we are not sure when we are going to go into flower so do not worry too much about that right now. Okay so that does it for today and we are going to go ahead and get started with that deflation and the trimming of the damaged leaves and then I will see you back here tomorrow for day 6! 

Hey guys what up and welcome to day 6 of The chemdawg Grow Series! Today we have a few things on the agenda, first of all go ahead and shake your CO2 canister and then today we are going to be doing the first plane watering since our last nutrient feeding. we are going to be doing a full gallon of plain water split between the two plants, we will also do a misting. And then we are also going to talk about the plan on the right. 

So if you can see, it looks way better than it has the past few days. The leaves are finally not getting all crinkled and discolored and crisped. So I'm really happy about this right now and I am just going to let it be though for right now. I don't want to jinx it and hopefully in this next week we will see recovering growth and we do not see any more of those damaged leaves return.

 I think the reason it is looking good is because I have maintained humidity and temperature better with that little space heater. So I think that is the reason that we are seeing some finally steady growth. Alright guys, that does it for today and then we will see you tomorrow for the last day of this week! 

What up guys, welcome back to the chemdawg grow series, it is day 7 of this week and as you can see the plants are looking awesome! The left plan is always looks great, it has definitely gone through the scrog massively and you can see that the tops are really just exploding with growth. The plant on the right has made a comeback, really there is no damage I think there are like one or two leaves that show little or no damage.

 But it has stopped and is in total remission. The plant looks really awesome so I'm really happy that that worked out as I was really stressed because this plant was looking great and then it really started going down on me, so I'm really happy to see it back at its best again. Today we are going to go ahead and Shake our CO2 canister again as always. We will do one spray bottles worth of water and then we are going to do a little bit of LST on the plants.

Now that the right is looking healthier and back to normal you can tell it is getting a lot of upward growth so we need to start training it again. And then we will do the left plant as well and then lastly you can go ahead and do the usual misting. Just a light one since we are going to get closer to flower here again soon.

Ok GreenBox Growers, so that concludes another successful week to the chemdawg beginner grow series.  Ya so the plants are looking really good, the right plant especially has recovered pretty much 100% since all of that damage that has happened. So in the next few days here we will let it just continue to rest and recover from all of that stress. But I think within a week we should be starting to head back towards flower but we will just be playing it by ear for now. So now we just want to double-check and really make sure that the plants aren't going to show any more signs of those stresses or issues because once we are in the flowering phase we can't really correct that or fix it and that is going to have a huge effect on our yields as well as the quality of our bud. So as Cody was saying hopefully over the course of this next week we will see that both plants are totally recovered and then we will flip them into flower. So until then we just want to thank you guys for watching this week's video, we really hope you enjoyed it and until next time…

Happy Growing!
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Agent Orange Beginner Grow Update

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Agent Orange Beginner Grow Update

Almost time for flower in the Agent Orange Tent!


Alright GreenBox Growers, we are now back here for the eighth week of vegetation to Cody's agent orange beginner grow series! So this could actually end up being the last week of vegetation but we are just going to have to play that by ear, we are just going to have to keep filling up the scrog as best as we can. This week we are going to be continuing to reduce the misting and just seeing how much they can fill up that scrog. 

So yes pretty much like he was saying we're just prepping for the flowering stage and hopefully we get that scrog net filled out by the end of this week. All right guys so now that you know what we are doing in this week's video, let's go ahead and get started with the first day of the week!

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange grow series. So today's the first day of this week and we are going to be doing pretty simple stuff. We're going to shake our TNB Naturals CO2 canister, we will do a light misting. But as I have been saying we want to ease up on the misting so just a very very light today. 

And then we will do a little bit of water in just a plain watering so we can keep the soil moist. This doesn't count as natural official watering. We are just keeping the soil from drying out too much and between actual waterings. And that does it take guys it's pretty simple and then we will see you tomorrow for day 2!

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange grow Series! So it is just the second day of the week and we already have some stuff to do, we have to first of all Shake hours TNB Naturals CO2 canister. And then we have a nutrient feeding to do today, we are going to be doing week 4 of the vegetative cycle again because that is the last stage of the vegetative cycle. And we are going to be doing it at full strength and we are going to be splitting one whole gallon between the two plants. 

And then one cool thing we are going to be doing is adding do you lemon sweet to our mixture now. And this is hopefully going to impart a good flavor to our plants, and I figured we should use the lemon flavor on this one just because it is Agent Orange. So I figured it is going to be having a citrus notes already so I just wanted to enhance that and hopefully just really drive at the Citrus notes home. So we will see how that goes. And then of course we are going to be doing just a light misting, as I have been saying we are easing up on the misting as we are getting closer to flower because we do not want to encourage Bud rot. 

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And then just to remind you guys we are doing half a tablespoon her gallon of water for the cow mag and for the lemon sweet. And just to remind you, also the lemon sweet we are going to be doing only on the nutrient feedings during the vegetative cycle but once we enter into the flower stage we are going to be doing the lemon sweet with every kind of watering. So plain watering and nutrients feeding we will be using that during the flower phase only. So that does it for the second day of the week, it's a busy day and then we will see you tomorrow for day 3! 

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange grow series! It is day 3 of this week and today we are going to be doing a few things. So we are first going to shake our TNB Naturals CO2 Canister just to get some good CO2 production into the air. And then we will have just a little bit of plain water to the soil, maybe half of a spray bottles worth just so we can keep the soil from really drying out in between waterings. And that is actually going to help the plants to retain more water when they get their full waterings. 

And then we will do some light LST on the taller tops that are well through the scrog. And then we will do a light misting at the end oh, and just a reminder to do it pretty light the misting because we are getting pretty close to flower now and you don't want to risk getting Bud rot by over misting, so just keep that in mind. All right guys that is it for day 3 and we will see you tomorrow for the next day.

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange grow series. It is day four of the week here and we are looking good here with the plants, as you can see they are really filling out the scrog nicely and there's a lot of new vegetative growth going on. Almost all of the tops are up through the scrog, so today we are going to go ahead and Shake our CO2 canister. It is a watering day, and it is going to be our first plain watering since the last nutrient feeding. 


And we are going to be doing a whole gallon split between these two plants. So about a half gallon each, and then we will do a little bit of LST, we will only do it on the plants or the tops that are through the scrog already. And we will let the lower tops make their way up through the scrog before working them. And then we will finish today with a misting and that will do it. 

Hey guys, what's up it is day five for the agent orange grow this week. And as you can see the plants are doing great, we have a lot of cops coming through the scrog. The scrog is really getting well filled out and they are really looking bushy the plants as well. So today we are going to be shaking our CO2 canister, it is always good to do that early in the day remember. 

We will do a little bit LST and with this LST round, go ahead and just focus on filling sort of the empty areas of the scrog. So if you noticed there's a gap fill it in by bending a couple branches that way. And that is all we are doing, so there will not be a whole lot of LST to do. And then we will do a watering today but it is just a in between watering so we will do about a spray bottles worth of water split between the two plants.

 And then we will do a misting today as well, just a very light misting and remember we are getting very close to flower so we do not want to promote Bud rot once we get into flower. So that's it for today, shake your canister just a very light watering to keep the soil moist in between the actual waterings, a little bit of LST to fill out the SCROG and the final stages, and then a very light misting. That's it for today guys and then we will see you tomorrow for day 6!

Hey guys, what's up, welcome back to day 6 of the agent orange grow Series! Today we have a few things on the agenda, we first have to sake our CO2 canister. We are going to do a watering today, it is our second plain watering since the last nutrients feeding. And we are going to split a whole gallon between these two plants.

 And then we will do just a light misting on these plants again as we want to ease up on the misting as we get close to flower. We want to keep the spray bottle up about 2 feet away I would say from the plants. But you know I would say over all the plants are looking great here, you can see they are getting really bushy and filling out, they are getting taller and more evenly dispersed throughout the scrog so it just looks really full almost now the SCROG. 

So I am excited about these results, let's just keep an eye on them, keep filling out the scrog as best we can and hopefully we will be in flower within this next week here. Okay guys that does it for Day 6 we will see you tomorrow for the last day of this week! 

Hey guys welcome back to the agent orange grow series, it is the last day of this week and today we have a few things on our agenda. First of all, go ahead and shake your CO2 canister. And then second on the list today you want to go ahead and give your plants just a little water to keep the soil moist. 

Remember we don't want the soil to over dry in between the waterings, so just do about a bottle, a spray bottles worth split between the two plants. And then third, we are actually going to do a defoliation today. We've noticed that the plants are getting very bushy and kind of overgrown looking, and we have noticed that the main vegetative growth has slowed down. 

So we are going to thin that out and hopefully that will result in vegetative growth speeding back up. So we are going to get that started and then we will finish up with a little bit of misting as well. Just a light one. All right that does it for today guys and then we will see you tomorrow for a new week! 

Ok GreenBox Growers, so that officially concludes week 8 of vegetation to the agent orange begin our grow series by Cody! Ya so unfortunately we saw a little bit of slow growth, because of the light possibly but what we did this week or today is a quick defoliation, about 20% of the leaves we defoliated. And hopefully what that will do is allow to plant to focus more of its growing energy just on the tops rather than all of that foliage.

 And then hopefully it will allow us to get the plants where we want them to for flower. It did create a delay so we are looking at probably a week or a week and a half delay but we will just have to see what happens. Yep, so ya thinning them out will hopefully cause them to grow back a lot faster. And we especially deflated the plant on the left because that is the one that is a little bit behind or the one we want to fill the scrog net out with a little further. 

So we will see you guys back here shortly for the week 9 of vegetation video, and in the meantime we just want to thank you for watching this week's episode. We really hope you enjoyed it, and until next time…



Happy Growing!!!
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Chemdawg Beginner Grow Series: WK7 Veg

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Chemdawg Beginner Grow Series: WK7 Veg

Week 7 of Vegetation: Final week before Flower!


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers, and welcome back for week 7 of vegetation for the chemdawg beginner grow series! Showing this week we are really just going to be looking for more filling out of the SCROG and the last final stages of vegetative growth. And I hope that in 1 to two weeks we will be in flower. Yeah I mean we only have about 15% more of the SCROG left to fill, so hopefully over the course of this week we get that filled out. So now that you guys know what we are doing in this week's episode, let's get started with day one of the week!

Hey guys, what is up it is the first day of this week for the chemdawg grow series, as you can see my plants are thriving along. They are really responding well to all of the new light we have given them, all of the nutrients we have given them. And so as we get closer and closer to flower we want to start you know thinking of some things like misting lighter. We want to fill out the scrog as much as possible. 

And then today we also are going to do our third plant watering since the last nutrient feeding. We are going to shake our CO2 canister and we will do like I said a very light misting just as we are getting closer to flower. And then that does it you guys, it is a new week and we will see you tomorrow for the next day.

Hey guys, what is up and welcome back to the chemdawg grow series. It is the second day of this week and we kind of have a mixed bag of things to deal with today. So our left plant is looking really good, it is kind of slow at growing right now but it is still looking really good. And then our right plant which is taller and thriving, you can see it has some damage to leaves going on here. 

What I suspect happened here just because the left plant is growing slow and the right tall plant is showing signs of damage, is that they were liking the high power light but when we added in the second and when they grew This Tall it ended up being too much for the plants. So the plant on right because of how tall it was already, is damaged because of how close it is to that light. And then I think that left plant was lucky because it was already short enough where it could have waited damage but that is why it is staying so low. 

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Does not want to grow up Into the Danger Zone of light. So what we are going to do today is just clip off some of the leaves on the right plant that have those spots on them and are sort of of curling of the leaves. And hopefully now that we have dialed back both of the lights 25%, hopefully that makes the difference and the plants can continue upward growth as we go into flower. Today we will also of course Shake our tnb Naturals CO2 canister. 

And we will do a light watering today, is just to keep the soil from drying out too much from in between the full waterings. You do not want to over saturate your soil of course but you don't want it to dry out very much, you don't want to dry out too much in between your watering. And then lastly we will do a quick misting to cap it all off. Remember you do not want to do it too much misting now that you are getting close to flower. Okay guys that does it for today and we will see you tomorrow for a new one. 

Hey guys, what's up, welcome to day 3 for the chemdawg grow Series. Today we have a few things we have to get done. For one we have to shake our TNB Naturals CO2 canister, we have to do a little bit of LST today now that we have let the plants rest from LST. And we are going to be doing it only on the taller tops just so we can get those lower ones a chance to get up to the scrog. And then today is a watering day so it is actually time for nutrients. 

So we are going to repeat week 4 of vegetation for the nutrient cycle. That will actually be the nutrient schedule we are going to use for the rest of vegetation until flower. And we are going to be doing it at full strength for a full gallon split between the two plants. And we are going to be using 1.5 teaspoons of cal-mag per gallon of water for that mixture. And then for the rest of today's agenda we just have to do a light misting, just as we get closer to flour make it a light misting. That's it for today guys, we will see you for day four tomorrow!

Hey guys welcome back to the chemdawg grow series, it is day 4 of the week and just a pretty quick update today for you guys. Make sure to shake your CO2 canister of course, get that going early of the day just so you get the maximum benefit. We are going to do just a light watering here to keep the soil from drying out too much in between waterings. 

So go ahead and split a spray bottle worth of water between the two plants. And then do a light misting on the plants, very light remember we want to keep it light as we get close to flower now. And then just to let you guys know we did end up taking out that second light we put in on the right because we noticed it didn't really make a difference and the growth of the plants, and in fact it did seem to start causing some damage on the plant on the right. 


The left plant is just continuing to be a slow grower which is fine, but it is growing. And the right plant it just seems to be I don't know it didn't seem good for when we added that second life. So we are pulling it. Okay guys that does it for today and we will see you tomorrow for day 5! 

Hey guys what is up, welcome back to the chemdawg grow series, it's day five of the week and today we have a few things on the agenda. For one I just want to point out that it looks like the plants are responding positively to the removal of that second light, as you can see we have a very good upward growth happening.

 You can really notice it on the left plant because that one normally is just right under the scrog but today it has a few points where it is absolutely breaking through so that is awesome. And then the plant on the right always looks great but today you can tell it just looks pretty healthy, and it really doesn't have any new signs of damage, all the leaves there that are damaged are ones that were previously damaged since before yesterday so that’s good.  It looks like we have stopped the damage and we will just keep an eye on that.

 And then today we are going to go ahead and Shake our CO2 canister like always, very light misting as we are getting to flower, and then you want to do a plane watering today. It is going to be our first plain watering since the last nutrients feeding. And we are splitting a whole gallon between the two plants. And we will do a little bit of LST today since we have such good upward growth, we will just focus on the taller tops that have already come through the scrog. Alright guys we will see you tomorrow for day 6! 

Hey guys, welcome back to the chemdawg grow series. It is day 6 of this week and today we do not have a whole lot to do. First of all, Shake Your CO2 canister and remember it is ideal to do that at the beginning of the day. And then we are also going to do just minimal LST, focus on the tops that are already through the scrog and the ones that are really thick and stable. And then we will also do another watering today, this is just to keep the soil moist and between waterings.

 We do not want it to dry out too much in between waterings so this is to prevent that. We will probably do one to one-and-a-half spray bottles worth split between the two plants. And then of course we will just do a very light misting at the end of all of that. OK guys, so that does it for days 6 and then tomorrow is the last day of this week, we will see you then! 

Hey guys, what's up and welcome back to the chemdawg grow series. It is the last day of this week and to wrap it up we are first of all going to shake our CO2 canister. Remember to do that earlier in the day if you can, just gets the max benefits out of that. And then we will go ahead and do a watering today, this will be the second plain watering since our last nutrient feeding.

And then to wrap it up just do a quick misting, and remember we want to do it really light because we are getting close to flower. And then just a reminder, for the water and we are doing a full gallon split between the two plants. And then looking forward into the future, so and then next weekend we are going to be beginning to prepare the plants for flower.

 So we will want to start doing things like trimming off those damaged leaves, doing lollipopping, all of the things that will help maximize the growth of the buds specifically during flower.  So we will probably start doing all of that sometime next week. All right guys, that does it, this week is over and we will see you tomorrow for a new week! 

Ok GreenBox Growers, that officially concludes week 7 of the chemdawg beginner grow series! So in the next few days here, the first days of this coming week we are just going to be prepping the plants for flower.  And then hopefully by day four we will actually flip them into flower. Yeah so get excited because we are obviously going to be getting into the really fun part of this grow series, and until the next week's episode we just want to thank you guys for watching today's video. We really hope you enjoyed it, until next time…

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OG Kush Update:  Flushing Phase

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OG Kush Update: Flushing Phase

2 Week Flush for OG Kush SCROG Grow Series!


 
 

What is up GreenBox Growers and welcome back for the video update we have all been waiting for. Now this is week 16 overall for the OG Kush screen of green grow series and we are going to be starting that flush today! So what that means is we are about 10 to 14 days out from being ready to harvest these plants, and what we are going to be covering in this video is that entire flushing process right up to the harvesting point. 

Now we are going to do a 48-hour dark. Right before Harvest, and that is going to be right after we finish the flushing process, but I will go over more details on that and this video. Now this is a 10 to 14-day blush so this video will cover that entire duration, it is not going to just be the first 7 Days of it. And then I would also like to mention that this is the start of week 8 of flower for these OG Kush buds oh, so we are right on schedule with that 56 day flowering schedule that the Growers Choice seed bank recommends for this strain. All right so now that you guys know what we are doing in this week's episode, let's head over to the OG Kush tent for day one of the flush!


Okay Growers so here we are at the tent for day one of the week as well as day 1 of flush. So something important to note, for the flushing process we will no longer be using the grape sweet Bud sweetener by Botanicare. So be sure to hold off on that product for the rest of your grow. We will be using the fox farm Sledgehammer flush product for flushing our lady's here. But since we did a nutrient feeding just yesterday, what I am going to do is start the flush with just plain water for the first 3 days. And then I am going to introduce at the sledgehammer flush for the rest of the flushing process. 

Show for today it is just going to be one of our small waterings. I have one gallon mixed up here with nothing in it, no bud sweetener by Botanicare and no Sledgehammer flush just yet. We are going to split that between all four of the plants and then you are going to want to continue with shaking the CO2 canisters. The lights are going to stay at the same exact height they are at right now for the rest of the grow and we will not be doing any defoliation. 

So what is really important is during the flushing process is of course you want to be using your flashes to get out any nutrient and salt buildup or any minerals that have built up in your soil. And then what that's going to do is pull out any nutrients or minerals left behind in your buds.

 Once that process is complete, you're going to have a much cleaner, smoother and healthier bud to smoke. Know another important thing for the flushing process is you still want to be very very careful with those temperature and humidity ranges. As you still want to maintain does ideal conditions and ranges. For temperature you want to be right around 72 to 74° Fahrenheit during the day and during the night around 68 to 69 degrees Fahrenheit. And then for humidity, I recommend staying right around 50 to 55% for the rest of this phase. 

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Alright Growers so I am going to go ahead and get started with this first flushing, and then of course we will give you guys some nice close ups on the buds because they are still fattening up and densening up as well.

Looking Rock Solid at this point, and they stacked up all the way down to well below that second layer of the scrog net. And extremely Frosty and Toad and looking so very excited to try these out. All right guys so I will see you back here shortly for day two of the week! 

What up growers and welcome back for day two of the week as well as day 2 of the flush. So today's update is another simple one, all we are going to be doing is feeding the plants one gallon of plain water and they get no more of the grape sweet will be mixed and. And this one gallon is going to be split between all four of the plants. 

So since we did that first plain flushing yesterday, and the day before that we had done in nutrient feeding. What I want to do is hold off on the sledgehammer flush for these first three flush waterings. The reason being is I want those nutrients to be able to go through the plants, get absorbed into them and allow the plants to actually use them before we flush everything out. 

Now that is why I am doing these three plain waterings in-between the nutrient feeding and the first sledgehammer flush, because these plain waterings will still help with starting the flush process it is just not going to be getting all of those most recent nutrients out of the water. So again today all we are doing all we are doing is one gallon of plain water, no grape sweet added in. 

That will be split between all four of the plants and then I'm going to shake up the CO2 canister and that will be it, sorry shake-up both of the CO2 canisters and that will be it. So now I'm going to go ahead and get started with that watering and then we will show you guys some nice close-ups on the buds so you can see all of these colas have a really filled out nicely. I think we are going to easily get those two pounds in our Harvest, probably a little over 2 lb by the looks of how all of these buds are developing so far. Alright guys so I'm going to go ahead and do that watery and then I will see you back here for day 3 of the week! 

Alright Growers, we are back for the third day now of the Flushing Period. So what I will be doing today is a full watering of just again plain watering. No longer mixing in that grape sweet, but what I have here is about a gallon and 3/4 mixed up for all four of the plant. 


Cuz it actually seems like they are still a little bit damp from yesterday's small watering so that is why I'm not giving them the full two gallons. Besides that we are also going to shake up the CO2 canisters of course, and then I will be giving you guys some nice bud shots while I am doing the watering. One thing I wanted to mention though so this is the third day of the flush.

 And tomorrow we will introduce the sledgehammer flush and I'll give you more details of that and not update. But after we do the sledgehammer flush, the next I would say 10 days are pretty much going to be the same exact thing a repeated over and over. So I will probably not do a video update every single day of talking because it will be just the same thing repeated over and over but I will be sure to give you guys on the last day that I do show all of the info that you need so you can do that entire flush period. 

Now once we do that fox farm Sledgehammer flush, all we are going to be doing is the plain water with nothing else mixed in.  It is going to be the two gallons one day and then the next day it will be the smaller one gallon and then the next day 2 gallons and then we will just keep repeating that process. All right guys are the buds are still fattening up every day which is nice and they are going to do that throughout the whole Flushing period. 

So we will get some more size to these ladies and now let's go take care of that third flushing of the plants and I will show you guys some clothes bud shots and then we will see you back here for a day for the week. Peace! 


Welcome back growers, it is the fourth day of the flush for these OG Kush plants. Now today is an exciting update because we are doing the fox farm Sledgehammer flush. What that is going to be is 2 teaspoons of the sledgehammer mixed up her gallon of water. I have two gallons of water here so we went ahead with four teaspoons.

 Now we are only going to do this one time and what the purpose of it is is to start breaking down all of those salts and whatever minerals were left behind in the soil as well as the plants from our nutrient feedings. Once the soil is cleaned out from that, then the plants will start eating up what nutrients and minerals have been left behind within the plant and the buds. And once that process has finished oh, that is when we have a fully flushed plant. Okay so again we are going to be doing this fox farm Sledgehammer flushing today. 

2 gallons split between all four of the plants, and we will of course continue with the shaking of our CO2 canisters. And then a few things I wanted to mention. So first off it has been pretty chilly here lately in Northern California and so because of that, and response the plants have been drinking a little slower than usual. So I just wanted to let you guys know that is a characteristic of growing cannabis plants. 


As temperature fluctuates, so will the amount of water they drink. So you will also notice that when it gets hotter out they will drink a lot faster. Now of course you want to be maintaining proper temperatures and humidity conditions within the tent, so that doesn't really affect them. But when the lights are off it is a little bit more difficult to maintain proper temperature and let you do have a heater in there. So just be sure to do that. 

Guess it just a few more things I wanted to mention, first off if you come down below here and I will give you guys some nice clothes up something this in the Montage shot but we don't have any Airy or popcorn buds that have developed down below here. Everything down below the canopy has fully developed and is very solid. The next might not be as large as the colas up top, but they are still dressed as dense and Frosty and developed. 

So it will be just as good of quality just smaller in size. Sometimes you will notice if you don't grow properly, the buds down below here will not be fully developed they will just be really leafy and airy looking. And doesn't really give you a quality smoke so a very happy on these results. Now the final thing I wanted to mention to you guys as if we take a look at the different characteristics and looks of each of these plants you will notice that each of these plants are a different phenotype from the other three plants. 


So very cool to notice that, that is one characteristic of growing from seed as you are going to have a different phenotype each seed. When you grow from clone obviously this clone so it is an exact replica of the mother plant, so it will be the same phenotype. This one for example is not, it doesn't really have any purple in the bud it does a little on the leaves but the buds ever hear on this left front plant are really almost all completely purple. 


So I will give you guys some close-up on that in the Montage shot, and now it is time to do our Sledgehammer flush. All right I will take care of that and then I will see you guys back here in 24 hours for the fifth day of flush. 

Okay we are back here now for day 5 of the flush and for today all I'm really going to be doing is giving them a plain flushing with just one gallon of water nothing mixed in. That will be split between all four of the plants and then of course we will be shaking the CO2 canisters. Now for the next 9 days, so today is day five so we have nine more days to go after this one.

 It is just going to be the same exact process and I'm going to be alternating between 1 gallon and 2 gallons of water just because they can't take the two gallons every single day. That would be a little too much. 


But it's just going to be playing water every single time. So I'm not going to be videotaping the next 8 days, I will be back for the 9th day but because of how repetitive it is I figured  instead of boring you guys to death I would just let you know how it is that same process of one gallon today, then tomorrow is 2 gallons and then the day after that one gallon you will just keep repeating that process until you get to the 9th day of the flush.

 I will give you guys some nice but shots in today's clip before we go but yeah that's pretty much it, just going to be doing our plain watering and then I will see you guys back here for the last day of the flush. All right peace!

What up Growers so  we are now back for day 14 of the flush so that means today is the very last day. So what we are going to do is first we are going to give the plants they are very last flushing, just 1 and 1/2 gallons of plain water split between all four of the plants. 

Then tonight once these lights turn off on their normal light cycle, what we are going to do is unplug the lights so they do not come back on for the next 48 hours. So that dark. Is going to give the plants a little bit of shock which will cost an extra THC in resin production, add a little fancy to the plants and then at the end of that 48 hours is when we will be chopping down and hanging are plants for the drying and curing process. 

I will be back here after that 48-hour dark. Just to show you what the plants look like right before we chop them down, and then that will be the end of this video and the start of the next video will be the very beginning of the harvesting process. So today we are just going to do that watering, that final flushing and again it is day 14 of the flush and then we will go through that two-day dark period.

 Alright guys so that concludes today's video and I'm going to go ahead and give them their flushing and then I will show you guys some nice close-ups on the buds before they go into their dark period. All right peace Growers! 

Alright Growers so it is actually the second day of the dark period now for the OG Kush ladies and I am just going to give you guys a quick update and look at how the buds are looking. Now one thing I did forget to mention in the update yesterday or in the previous update for the dark period, is you do want to make sure that temperature and humidity pretty much stay exactly the same in the tent during this dark period. 

So you don't want it to get super cold in here and you don't want it to get super hot either, and you want the humidity to stay right at around 55% to 60% for this stage, more like 55% actually. Okay Growers said that pretty much concludes today's update, in the meantime what I'm going to do is give you some close-ups on the buds and just kind of show you how they've been doing during the dark period. 

And then I will be back tomorrow in 24 hours to show you guys the plants right before we chop them down and hang them for the drying process. Now the harvesting and drying / curing will be in a separate video, so I am going to show you guys the plants in this video tomorrow and then that will in the video and the next video will pick up right where we left off, starting with chopping down these plants and hanging them up to dry. All right so let's go take a close up of look at some of these buds during the dark period, and then I will see you back here in 24 hours.  Peace! 

All right folks, we are back here 24 hours later so today is officially Harvest day. Now like I said yesterday's clip we are not going to do the Harvest in this video, that is going to be in the very next one but I did want to show you guys and give you an update on the lady's right before we do a chop.


 So this is officially the end of the flushing video and then if you just hop on over to the very next video in the series you will see we start off right where we left off here and then we start with the harvesting process. So buds are looking really good and I am very happy with the results, and I think we are going to exceed that 2 pound yield that I was expecting or hoping for it.

 And I think the quality is definitely top shelf, I gave them a really good flushing so you can see the all of the leaves have yellowed and that's a good sign that all of the nitrogen has left the plant as well as other nutrients. Now the reason that happens is once you flush out the soil, there's no more nutrients left in there and what the plant does next is it turns to its Foliage for added nutrients. 

And that is why it pulls it out of the leaves thus flushing the plant clean. You will also notice down below Under The Canopy the stems are kind of more of a yellowish color instead of so green like they were before. Same thing we flushed the plants out and so there is no nutrients left in there for the plant to eat and feed off of. So now the rest of the plant is kind of dying. So today again is the last day of the flushing and dark. And then we are going to start the Harvest. So we will see you guys back here for that video. Peace! 

Ok GreenBox Growers, so we have officially concluded the flushing and dark period phase for this OG Kush screen of green grow series! Now I am very stoked on the results that we have gotten and as you guys could see in that last clip we have gotten some really massive, dense, and frosty buds. So very top shelf quality, the smell is extremely potent and strong, a little citrusy and a little early but it is a very nice mixture.

 So as you guys are aware of that means it is now time to start the harvesting process. So we are going to conclude this video, we just want to include the flushing phase of this grow and the next video is going to be the harvesting as well as the drying and curing phase of the grow. And then we will be back with a final video which is going to review the buds once they are done with the curing process.


 We are going to give you guys some close-ups, we are going to break them up for you guys and then we will do a little smoke review as well. So if you are following along and your plants are ready for Harvest I recommend you just hop over to the very next video in the series right after you finish this one. Now before I go I just want to thank you guys for watching this update as well as the entire grow series. 

This is truly been one of my favorite grows personally to film and document, so I really hope that that showed and I really hope you guys enjoyed what you got out of this. As I mentioned I will be back shortly with the harvesting drying and curing video, so stay tuned for that and in the meantime…

 Happy Growing!!! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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Agent Orange WK7 Vegetation

Week 7 Veg for the Agent Orange Beginner Grow!


 
 

What up GreenBox Growers and welcome back for week 7 of vegetation for Cody's beginner agent orange grow series! Hey guys so we are going to be starting the week off or something pretty exciting actually, we are bringing in the new light. So this is the 600 watt spider farmer LED and we need this just because we need a bigger footprint and more power on the plants because certain parts of the plants are getting a little shaded now as they are getting bigger. 

So we just need to upgrade the size of our plants and say goodbye to the Canna grow Cre Cob as it has served us well. Today I am going to be giving a nutrient feeding to the plants as they need it and then this week we are going to be looking for a good feeling of the scrog. We want those lower tops to be coming up and in fact I can already see that some of them already have they are just not yet at this garage yet.


 But that should happen this week. Yeah it should at least get most of the scrog filled this week if not all of it, and one thing we forgot to mention for the spider farmer. That is actually made by MEIZHI, it is just a separate side brand that they have going. And what is really cool about this light is it has two adjustable knobs for controlling the power of the light as well as the ratio of the colors I believed. We will be testing that out in this videos though. So now do you guys know we're doing in this week's video let's get started day one of the week! 

Hey guys here we are for the first day of the week, so here is our spider farmer 600w LED, we are going to go ahead and get that hung up and I think we are going to put it at 50% for power. But we will see once we get it up and once the power is on, what 50% looks like. 

We are going to be doing a nutrient feeding today, we are doing a full-strength and we will be doing a full gallon, we are doing full strength of the week four vegetative mix for the fox farm feeding schedule. And we will add a full teaspoon of cal-mag to that as well. So it is a full gallon mix between two plants.

 And we will do some LST today as well so the plants have had some time to rest so we will do LST. And then we will do a misting and shake the tnb naturals canister as well. So that will do it for today guys it is a busy one, then we will see you tomorrow for day 2!

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Hey guys welcome back to the agent orange grow series, it is the second day of the week and as you can see the plants are responding really well to the new 600w spider armor LED. You can see the lower canopy is super full the coloration of the leaves is perfect, the leaves look really crisp and thick and healthy and almost all of the tops or even at the scrog.

 Now granted all of that is not credited to the new light, but they just seem a little better than yesterday. They look really good! Now the soil is still a little moist so no watering today, but we need to give the plants a rest so No LST today. We've already shaking it but don't forget to shake your TNB Naturals CO2 canister call my dad is really important to do and it is much better to do earlier in the day as well. And then of course, we will give the plants a misting just so we can maintain that 60 to 65% humidity range. 

Cool, and lastly we've got our misting done and I just want to let you guys know that because the plan oh, that is really important to do and it is much better to do earlier in the day as well. And then of course, we will give the plants a misting just so we can maintain that 60 to 65% humidity range. 

Cool, and lastly we've got our misting done and I just want to let you guys know that because the plants seems to be liking that light so much we are going to raise it 5% while it's not really 5% but we are going to raise it one click or one little dot on each dial. And that's the red dial and then the blue and white light dial. Two different dials. So just one click on each. Alright guys that does it for today and we will see you tomorrow for day 3! 

Hey guys welcome back to the Agent Orange grow series, plants are really pushing through the scrog nicely, and I am very happy with them at the moment, I'm liking this new light a lot and sense the plan are responding well to the increasing power we will go ahead and increase it one more click today we will just do the blue and white dial. 

That is because the red dial that kind of light red light, is more suited for the flowering stage so we will leave that be until flowering. We of course want to shake our TNB Naturals CO2 canister, I have already done so this morning just because I like the CO2 to be released in the mornings so they get the benefits of it all day. 

But just wanted to remind you, the soil is pretty dry today so we are going to water. It is going to be our first plain water since the last nutrients feeding which was just the day before yesterday which is crazy because they are drinking water really fast now. And we will do some LST today as well, and then to finish them off we will be doing a quick misting. 

And for the watering guys, just to remind you we are going to be doing a whole gallon split between these two plants and is just plain old water. Okay that does it for today guys and we will see you tomorrow for day 3! 

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange grow series. So it is the fourth day of the week and as you can see the plants are really filling out the scrog nicely. There is a lot of really nice growth going and lower canopy and they are all almost up to the scrog the top. So that was really nice, today we are not going to be doing a whole lot. We are going to be shaking the CO2 canister as usual and I did that earlier today. 

We will be doing a misting of course I'll let me get that taken care of and we will be raising the blue and white dial on this light all the way to 100%. We will leave the red dial where it is for now until flower. Okay so let's get that dialed turned all the way up to 100%, alright that does it for today you guys we will see you tomorrow for day 5!

Hey guys welcome back to the agent orange grow series, it is day five of the week and we have had a really productive day today. We first defoliated the plants with about 15 to 20% of their leaves. We were focusing on bigger leaves as well as ones that were hanging over other leaves and then ones that were in the lower canopy and were kind of drooping and had some redening on their stem as well. Those were the ones we were looking for today, we also did a plain watering.

  This was the second plain water in since our last nutrient feeding, and then we should go our TNB Naturals CO2 canister and then lastly we did a quick misting on our plants. That is all we did today, our watering of course with a gallon split between the two plants. Our light is now operating at 100% on the blue and white dial since yesterday, and yeah so that does it for today you guys and we'll see you tomorrow for day 6!

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange Grow Series it is the sixth day of the week and we are having a nice simple day today. So is always just go ahead and Shake That TNB Nautrals CO2 canister. We're going to go ahead and check out the plants as you can see these ones are looking really good, they are filling up the scrog almost completely now. 

All of the tops are almost evenly up there to the scrog so I am very happy with the results so far. And then we are also going to be doing a very mild watering today because I did notice the soil was a little dry so we will be splitting about a bottles worth or like a spray bottles worth between the two plants.

 And that is just to keep the soil from drying out too much in between waterings. But it does seem like we are coming up on watering almost everyday now. So that will do it, we are not going to do a misting today, as we are getting closer to flower we want to cut a start weaning off of the misting. But that will do it for today day 6, and then we will see you guys back tomorrow for the last day of this week! 

Hey guys, welcome back to the agent orange grow series, it is the last day of this week and today we have to do a few things. So for one we are going to be replacing our TNB Naturals CO2 canister or rather refilling it. To do so just empty it out, give it a quick rinse and then fill it with one of these packets just the entire thing. And then a liter of lukewarm water, give it a shake and you are good to go again.

 And then today we will be doing another watering as the plants are looking really thirsty so we will be doing a full gallon and this is going to be our third plain watering since our last nutrients feeding. So we will split that gallon between these two plants. And then just a very light misting today, as we get closer to flower we do not want to be keeping the humidity too high anymore, so we will just do a light misting. No LST today, all right that does it for this week you guys and we will see you on Monday tomorrow for a whole new week. 

Alright GreenBox Growers, that officially concludes week 7 of the agent orange beginner grow series!  So as we get the plants a little more adjusted to the new light, and they get over the fact that they just had that defoliation. We are hoping to see some good new vegetative growth in this next week. I really think they are going to take off in a second here, I think they are on kind of a little bit of a slow point just cuz they're getting used to all of these new things. The ones they are over that stress, I think they are really going to blow up. Yep and again we will be back shortly with the week 8 of vegetation video so in the meantime, thank you guys for watching this week's video. We really appreciate it, and until next time…

Happy Growing!!! 
Dylan @ GreenBox Grown

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