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First Time Grower: 600W 3x3x6 Girl Scout Cookies, Northern Lights AF & OG Kush AF

Madkushy

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Hi all,

First of all, I’ve gotta say this is a fantastic forum! Been reading a ton and trying to learn by copying. I’m a first time grower and totally inexperienced so hoping to get some advise from the vets out there. Thank you so much for helping in advance!

I’m starting my journal today but for clarification: I used The paper towel method for 48h and after having taproots I put the girls in soil (canna) on November 1. Today is November 14 so that makes them 2 weeks old I guess?

I transferred them from their small cups to the larger ones on Sunday so that’s like 4 days ago and they seem to be doing ok.

This is also the first time I gave them plant food. (Biobizz veg growth) I only gave them 25% of the recommended amount to start with and will be increasing gradually.

My set up is grieten with a 600w light and my temperature is consistent at about 28-29C and I’ve got RH of about 30%.

I’m growing indoors and live in a dry climate so hopefully this RH is ok.

I’m growing 3 Girl Scout cookies, 2 northern lights, 3 OG Kush and one critical (a freebie from my dispensary) I have no idea about male or female but do know that I (unintentionally) got autos for the northern lights and OG kush and that the Girl Scout Cookies are not autos. I’m not sure about the critical. Is it bad to grow autos and normals together?

Any thoughts or comments on my setup? Will upload pictures in the next post.
 

Madkushy

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Just uploading some pictures. I topped the 3 biggest plants. They seem to be coming along nicely but the northern lights is much smaller? Suggestions ?
 

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Madkushy

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The topped plants survived! These pictures were taken tonight. I topped most of them again or some for the first time. They’re looking great but the smallest one is a concern...
 

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Madkushy

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Here are some updated pictures from tonight the topped plants have taken it well, I think
 

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Pennywise

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Pennywise

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If you can try to get your temps down some, the edges of some of your leaves are curling up which is a sign of heat stress. Maybe a fan pulling air out of your space might work.
 

Pennywise

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Hi Madkushy.
I am also having issues with my rh. Mostly cuz' I'm broke. So until I can buy my fancy little warm/cool mist humidifier, I have to do my best with other methods.
You can spray down the tent walls or leave open bowls of water. Add a hanging towel and a small fan, well, you have a small diy humidifier.
 
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