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bag seed grow - advice?

jawon

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Hey all. I was looking for tips on my grow. I'm about 3 1/2 weeks into my grow. I'm starting the veg stage now. But I moved the plant outside for the natural light of the sun. I live in Texas so as of now freezing or anything isn't a problem the tips are between 70-80 degrees and the sun comes out at about 8:00a.m - 9:00am and sets around 7:30-8:30pm

Is that enough the to veg?
Any advice or tips
 

CO Finest

Plant of the Month: May 2014 - Member of the Month: July 2014
Re: bag seed grow. advice?

The plant naturally goes into flowering mode as a hormonal reaction to the changing in light conditions as it gets into late Summer -- shorter days, and the sun moving to lower on the horizon means it filters through more atmosphere and shifts to a more red-spectrum light. For an indoor grow we trigger this hormonal reaction by switching the lights to 12 hours of light per day (and 12 hours uninterrupted dark) and shifting to light in the 2700k spectrum. You can flip to 12/12 any time you want. The answer is you are cutting it real close.
 

jawon

New Member
Urgent! - In need of advice/help

So this morning I want out to check on my plant Like always. First thing I notice is the pot is tipped over And there is no sight of the plant. I dig through the dirt a bit and there it is. It was so beaten up tho and I have doubts if there's anything I can do. Does anyone have and tips/advice/or ever experienced something like that.
 

kikocorn

New Member
Re: bag seed grow. advice?

So if I moved it inside and put it into a closet would it be better to flower with 1(forgot wattage but lumen output is 9000)hps bulb or 1 150w daylight incandescent bulb 2 t8 15wat florescent and 1 23w cfl.

I'm flowering plants outside. It's too early to veg outside till about mid June, but you could bring them inside at night and same a bunch of money on electricity. If you have a timer, you can have it turn on for only 15 minutes in the middle of the night and that will keep them in veg.
 

jawon

New Member
Can it be saved?

So the other day my plant was knocked over outsidie. So I figurd no biggie can't be too bad, but it was.I discovered the reason it had fallen was because my puppy would try to nibble at it and knocked it over and in the process it was buried. Well I replanted it by it lost a bit of its roots. Will I grow how it once was? Can I clone it? Or is there no hope left.
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TanR

New Member
re: Can it be saved?

Hi Jawon.

Welcome to 420 Magazine.

Sorry to be the bearer... but that girl is gone. Give her a good burial, pet your puppy on the head since he/she didn't know any better and start over with your plant out of the pups reach.

Sorry again for your loss.
 

jawon

New Member
Second Grow

Hey everyone
So about three weeks ago I germinated seeds. Two of them their taproots sprouted, one of them it wanted to. Well one of the two that showed started to grow first (
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Well as you see it became unsalvageable so I started to focus on the others. Well it sprouted about a week ago and the lights weren't right so it stretched a lot. Can I clone it now? Is there anything I can do to make it lower?
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Jimmycricket

Nug of the Month: Feb 2014
Re: Urgent! - In need of advice/help

Also you have any Superthrive? I always helped when I transplant clones. Just a few drops with the water.

get vitamin b-1 if you want a cheaper alternative to it.
 
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