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2 weeks from seed cannabis

2 1/2 weeks from seed, need help please!

I have to agree with the last few catts, stop the nutes quick! they are on thier way out. a seed has all it needs to develop on its own without help from mankind. Your plants will tell you when its time for food!

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They germ’d using the paper towel method, then put into 1.5" rockwool cubes, once i saw roots coming out i put them in 16 ounce solo cups, i noticed bunches of roots growing through the drain holes I put in the cup so I transplanted them into there final pots (3 gallon)

Growth has started again, all I have besides the 3 gallons are the cups right now so should I transplant them back eventhough it has a crazy amount of roots going?

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They germ’d using the paper towel method, then put into 1.5" rockwool cubes, once i saw roots coming out i put them in 16 ounce solo cups, i noticed bunches of roots growing through the drain holes I put in the cup so I transplanted them into there final pots (3 gallon)

Growth has started again, all I have besides the 3 gallons are the cups right now so should I transplant them back eventhough it has a crazy amount of roots going?

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Just an update, The soil i’m using is a mixture of 1/3 light warrior and 2/3 ocean forest, both from fox farms. still no mh yet, should arrive tomorrow. But I noticed they are growing more to the sides and not that much in height.

Some are 5" tall but 7 or 8" wide with at least 3 nodes on all plants. Is that normal for bubbalicious and blue mystic?

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Looks like they have some fert burn going on. I should’ve went back and read the first page first, because I don’t know if you added any ferts yet. Doh!LOL

EDIT: I see that you’ve been using fert, so I’m going to recommend holding on that for awhile. That soil is pretty rich already, and won’t need anything added for a couple weeks. Flush, then wait for them to recover. That’s your best bet.

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redivider
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don’t waste all that light mang. those plants are small still.

next time use some CFL’s until they grow a little more. 2 weeks of 600 watts 24/0 is a bunch of wasted electricity for small ass seedlings. this time around you stunted their growth because of the feeding. next round don’t feed them, at all, for at least a whole week after they break ground.

next time, without the nutes, the plants are going to grow a lot faster, so 1 week under CFL’s, then boom, under the MH. you’ll plants will be like 3-4 times bigger by week 3-4, instead of being tiny and pathetic like they are now.

and feed them once or twice a week, more than that burns them. be sure to keep the PH around 6.0-6.5. regardless what ppl heresay, PH is the most important factor to consider when indoor gardening. monitoring with a soil ph tester is inefficient. it’s better to use the PH drops to properly PH the water and nute-mix before putting in the soil. you’ll save 10 bux on the soil tester, and you’ll have healthy plants.

Couchland
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A lot of good advice for you there.

Definitely overkill with the light at that stage of growth. literally. That will be excellent lighting for flowering. Will your space be to hot?

Simply, if you could go back. plant seeds in moist unfertilized soil. Leave them until they start to dry out, learn to judge by the weight, compare a bone-dry pot of soil to a saturated pot of soil. MJ loves it when they can dry out between waterings. As the plant grows add ferts, starting with low dosages, increasing dosages until half-way through flowering. Decrease dosages until 2-3 weeks before harvest. Flush with plain water in the final weeks. When it comes to fertilizer. less is more. When it comes to water, the drier the better without drying out completely. When you do water, flush thoroughly, rinsing unused ferts and replacing with fresh food.

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Date and time: Mon, 28 Feb 2022 16:11:19 GMT