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AngryBird

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Agemon

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InTheShed

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It's important not to let them get dry this early. Wet/dry cycle is for when they're more well-established. The soil straight down the tap root should stay moist (not soaked) and as AB said, start watering in a circle about 3" out from the stem.

And don't get too focused on measuring the height!
 

Agemon

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I got a Trinity Kush that popped yesterday, she's struggling but still green and looks like those firsts are growing a bit. She is just about 36 hours old. I got her under and close to a fluorescent, her cotyledons haven't opened yet, but I can see them trying, I put a white piece of paper around the cup to reflect some light too. The waiting is the hardest, you could ask Tom but unfortunately he got tired of waiting.

:rip: Tom Petty
 

InTheShed

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Bay707

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Yea I have it at about 20/20 now since last night and they have change . Color is better. The leaves are praying so that is good. Can I add more veg ? Or should I tturn down the bloom and make up with veg. ? I’m using about 30 watts now.
 

Jimmycricket

Nug of the Month: Feb 2014
Using alcohol on flowers is a bad idea. It will melt the crystals. If you dilute the booze its still booze and still is a solvent.

For bugs in flower you can suffocate them with pure CO2 (which takes a very air tight room), Spinosad, or soap. None of these will have an adverse effect on quality or taste.

In the future its best to prevent them before flower. We rotate on a schedule for our plants in veg to keep bugs dead and spray every 6 or so days. Then by the time flower comes we switch to anti mold sprays such as streptomyces lydicius and if its outdoors bacilus thurengensis for catapilar and/ or spinosys.
 

Jimmycricket

Nug of the Month: Feb 2014
Also seedlings like that i wouldnt give them any nutes and water only once every 5-10 days depending on conditions. Less is more, especially with seedlings.
 

InTheShed

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Yea I have it at about 20/20 now since last night and they have change . Color is better. The leaves are praying so that is good. Can I add more veg ? Or should I tturn down the bloom and make up with veg. ? I’m using about 30 watts now.
Veg is for veg, bloom is for bloom!
 

InTheShed

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Maybe it's maybe it's because I don't understand the light that you're working with, but I don't know why you would have any bloom lights on at this point. You can just give them veg lighting for now and wait until they grow a bit before you up the power.
 

Agemon

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Idealy with your lighting you just wanna take it easy until she gets older snd you get to know the lights s littke better and what they can do. With your baby keep the lights up high, I mean above her not intensity, and let her grow. Shes developing roots right now these will be her base as she grows taller and fatter. I know its tough, but thst trinity kush i told you about, shes in there. Shes a tiny thing just tjose two singles for know.


She’ll take off give her a couple more weeks.
 

Bay707

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Maybe it's maybe it's because I don't understand the light that you're working with, but I don't know why you would have any bloom lights on at this point. You can just give them veg lighting for now and wait until they grow a bit before you up the power.
I realize it doesn’t make sense but I’ve read that the plant can also benefit from the red spectrum throughout its entire life . Just asking for opinions . I appoligize if that rattled you. :Namaste:
 
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