Moved the next five plants into the flowering chamber this week. Had to squeeze them in and crowd everything together, but I was able to make some more room by removing the humidifier and doing some pruning. The humidifier is taking more than a week to empty now, and the minimum humidity is around 60%, so it’s not needed at the moment. I also removed most of the small branches developing on the flowering plants which helped as well.
The ambient humidity in Ganji’s area must be high enough now to stay within optimum range, so the humidifier is no longer necessary, which is fortunate as he needs the extra room. As I said last week, pruning will help as well. --MAX
Transplanted the five new additions to the flowering chamber into the large buckets. Mixed up some blooming formula and fertilized the largest of the flowering plants. Spread out the seedlings in the vegetating chamber and watered them all well. I’ll have to transplant what’s there and plant some more seeds for another rotation early next week, but I need more supplies.
When I plant new seeds for the next rotation, both chambers will have four sets of plants in different stages of growth, each two weeks apart, and the perpetual harvest rotation schedule will finally be full. Soon, I’ll be able to try establishing an NL#9 clone mother again and start taking cuttings instead of planting seeds.
Other than how packed in they are, everything is looking lush and healthy in the flowering room. Huge colas are forming all over the Sweet Tooth plants started from seed, and the NL#9 clones are filling in like bushes with several nice buds throughout. The seedlings in the vegetating chamber are also doing great.
Ganji’s perpetual harvest is setup now. As long as he continues to propagate enough new plants, he can look forward to harvesting several plants every other week. This should increase his total bi-monthly harvest significantly. If he can get another NL#9 clone mother established, he can make even better use of the available space and increase harvests even further. --MAX