Pyramid White Widow Feminised Autoflower 25 days old I thought I’d post these pictures of these roots developing so far so good….. These will soon fill the 5 gallon chambers, it almost becomes unhealthy, I find the switch to Autoflower helps in that regard since the life cycle is much shorter
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This is where it all starts, see the fine hairs developing along the fishbone root structure. This is not possible with too large of water droplets, My aeroponic system emits 20-50 micron mist, the results are obvious.
HPA mist in root chamber This is suppose to be 20-30 micron mist, hard for me to measure but it looks tiny! The next picture is after nozzles shut off, the mist lingers for a short while. The nozzles have check valves so they’re designed not to dribble or work at pressures lower than 70psi. […]
Moved Seedling #1 I have moved Blueberry seedling #1 to compartment #2, now the mist comes from the top three nozzles and theoretically will envelop the ponytail in 20-50 micron mist encouraging fine hair roots to populate the pony tail that has grown out. See the rest of this post for a picture of that […]
4/14/16 day 19 evening i know these Dutch Passion Blueberry Seedlings have grown since the picture I took at noon I have a picture of how that happened. You’ll notice I gave these seedlings billboard status based on their healthy appearance, virgorous growth in both foliage and roots. I have trimmed main tap roots when […]
4/9/16 Fourteen Days Old With the roots emerging from the rockwool and finding their way through the holes in the net pots I am expecting some pretty agressive growth in these next few weeks. I have the other compartments ready and waiting for #2 & #3 where each plant will then have its own environment.
4/9/16 Fishbone roots This is how I start the root system, working toward the coveted “cotton candy roots” when the tails or tap roots are developed enough with the fish bone structure you can see beginning on a few of the tap roots above. I transfer the seedling into another compartment with its own root […]