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Help, not doing so well now

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Have moved my plants from propagation dome to fresh grow room.. not doing good


Soil : terrazilla
Ph : 6.0
Temp : 25.c - 28.c
Light : 600w
Nutes : nothing yet, maybe problem?
Humidity : 20% - 30% (Low?)

Plants were perfect before moving now going down hill in 3 days, leafs drying up and curling, drooping.
 

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Norcaliwood

Plant of the Year: 2017 - Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2017 - Plant of the Month: Nov 2009, April 2017 - Nug of the Month: April 2017 - Photo of the Month: Jan 2018 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Feb 2017
Hey there Mister Wobb.... Sorry to hear your cuts are being a pain in the ass. But I might have a idea whats up. When you have the cuts under the dome,,, they were all happy and healthy. They did have good roots? If so when you took them out the dome they started acting up? When you got them in the dome,,, they got 100% R/H. And when you take them out of that R/H and drop them into 20-30 R/H,, it comes as a shock to them. Most clones rooted in a dome need alittle 'hardening' out program. Like 4-5 days before you take them out of the dome, you start opening the dome acouple times a day and opening the little vents ontop little by little. To get them use to it,,, hardening off'. And 600 watts is kind of strong for fresh clones..
GL with the girls. They should be fine if they have decent roots,, hopefully. Spray them with alittle water mist at lights off,,,, maybe acouple times during the dark cycle.
 
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Norcaliwood plants have been grown from seeds and were well rooted. going to get humidifier tommrow will this help?

Light is 600w HPS

Plants were in dome under a 30w growsaber LED
 

Spitz

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I’d start by either raising the light up a meter or so until they get their feet under them. Might even be worth getting the LED back in for a bit. I’d also move them to bigger pots. They have a bit of roobound or overwatered look to them. Give them a bit of relief from intense light and a bigger pot and they’ll turn around for you.

Humidity at 30% is low, but nothing those girls can’t flourish in. If you are running a fan in there, point it away from your plants for a few days. Good luck and keep us posted!
 

Norcaliwood

Plant of the Year: 2017 - Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2017 - Plant of the Month: Nov 2009, April 2017 - Nug of the Month: April 2017 - Photo of the Month: Jan 2018 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Feb 2017
I have another question. Did you start your seeds in the cloner dome? That's something I've never done. I might have had a seeds that started in there,,, but as soon as she breaks ground I remove it.

30R/H is workable. 30-40 is better than running 50-65. 50-65 R/H runs a chance of Powdery Mildew or bud rott taking hold. I keep my room at about 35% R/H in flower. I have more use of a dehumidifier than a humidifier. You can always place a bowl with a damp towel in it on the floor in the tent to raise the R/H alittle.

Just my two cents,, I use the paper towel method to germinate seeds. I put the seeds in a wet paper towel folded over, ontop a china plate, which I cover with plastic wrap to keep the moisture and heat in. Keep the temp about 80 for 1-2 days and you should have a root showing. Then I water my start pot with 80 degrees water, that helps, your seed to not get a shock with a temp change, then use a pencil and make a small hole, then I start putting the seed in dirt, taproot pointing down, cover with 1/4 inch of loosely packed soil. Keep it warm,, 70-85 degrees works for me.

Hope she comes around for ya... GL
 

Norcaliwood

Plant of the Year: 2017 - Grow Journal of the Month: Feb 2017 - Plant of the Month: Nov 2009, April 2017 - Nug of the Month: April 2017 - Photo of the Month: Jan 2018 - Creme de la Creme Photos: Feb 2017
Now @BigWobb you should start a journal, and put the link in your signature. Glad to hear it's working for ya.