Calendar

The calendar starts on January 1st and is only three months long. Two weeks for clones to stick (root), two weeks of vegetative growth, and eight weeks of flowering. This indoor calendar can be started any day of the year, no matter which direction the wind is blowing or what the weatherman says.

If the garden is full of clones grown with CO, enrichment or hydroponically, the calendar could move up one week, depending on how fast the garden grows. Remember, light intensity substantially diminishes over four feet away from the bulb.

Examine your plants carefully under a magnifying eyepiece fo see if they arc ready for harvest.

Examine your plants carefully under a magnifying eyepiece fo see if they arc ready for harvest.

Weekly Checklist

Check the following to see if they function properly:

Air ventilation

Air circulation

Humidity: 40-50 percent

55-60°F p3-I6°C) Soil moisture (dry pockets) water as needed Cultivate soil surface Check pH

Rotate (turn) plants

Check for spider mites under leaves

Check lor fungi

Check lor nutrient deficiencies Regular fertilization schedule Check HID system for excessive heat at plugin, timer, ballast, and near ceiling Cleanup! Cleanup! Cleanup!

Check walls and ceiling for mold Move lamp up, 12-36 inches above plants

When vegetative plants are big enough, induce flowering.

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