Introduce yourself

I prefer satavias myself. Like to do stuff and function through the day instead of being tired lol.

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I’m sure I’ll be asking for help and what do to do through the next coming weeks. Thanks .

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No worries - that’s why we’re here

Message myself, Stephen, or anyone with the title by their name of “Champion” if you have any plant inquiries. Between all those listed members we should be able to get you the answers you’re looking for :+1:

Regards,

Chris.

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Hello I am Rich. Just getting going. Waited a long time for the opportunity to learn with you all. I am sure there will be plenty of good advice here. Good Luck everyone!!!:grinning:

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Me too!

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First photo taken of plant from the new Grobo.

This was the second picture taken.

This is 20 Days in, what do you think?

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Hi @fuz

Looks great so far! What strain is it?

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green crack.

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@fuz Nice! Keep us posted on the progress!

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Looking good
Keep the photos and questions coming.

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That’s awesome. Are you growing a generic or a particular strain? Mine is just a seed I got from a good bag. I hope it’s a girl!!

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Hello all I go by Niki.B,

I feel quite honored and lucky to be part of this community and a grobo user. Nice to meet all of you and I hope to learn much while my time lasts here. Happy Growing!

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Hey @CookieGrower

Welcome! What are you growing first?

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Hey there! Thanks! Still waiting on my unit but i’d like to grow some Candy Rain by the CookieFam. I hope they can post up the recipe soon. It’s quite an exciting strain: London Pound Cake X Gelato.
Is the unit truly capable of cultivating and producing top quality A+ flowers by just following the recipe and using what it has to offer? @Azuri

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Good question! I’ll let you know personally in about 60+ days. :+1:

Many people in their first grow ahead of me and some completed so they could possibly chime in.

Here”s a pic of my plant today. It looks its having a bad hair day but it’s due to some light training / bending the big fan leaves below new growth spurts. Giving them 100% light.

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Looks quite nice to me!

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Looking good @Azuri have any close ups of your bending for newbies

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They are all bent now so I’ll do a zoom in best I can on my daily shot today.

Best way to describe it pull the big huge fan leaves down lifting all the new growth above the fan leaves. The fan leaves (solar panels) will still get enough light to perform their job. At day 30+ your plant is pretty robust and can handle some “manhandling” which will cause zero stress just optimizing who gets the light. Stems on leaves are soft now bend closer to the leaf then towards the stock, don’t bend them enough so they break. Basically moving new foilage up and fan leaves down. This is daily excercise due to be very light no stress training.

After researching LED lights the claim is they do a better job of penetrating the canapoy so the fan leaves still get the love they need and new growth gets the pure light that it loves. Happy plant, happy grower!

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Ok good to know. I was bending at the leaf as it was softer still. Cheers

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:smiley: Grobo Team fixed the bubbler problem we had to the system… We figured out how to drain and fill the unit from on line just today… :D… We still have an issue with the liquid glass door not going to clear so we can see inside without opening the door… We are a little behind schedule, but hopefully we can get something out of this plant… :smiley:

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