If you could include a photo or two and give some info about soil, lights, fertilizer, strain, and how long your "start" has been growing, that would really help.Are tall skinny starts bad?
Uploading photos for the first time is kind of a chore. Just bear in mind that (at least on a desktop), all you have to do is drag or click on the photos and click through two screens of settings. You do NOT have to full in all of the boxes on those pages if you don't want to. That makes the process simpler and easier.Can’t get pics to work. Still trying to figure it out. Going to get a better light today and I’ll try that out
I would suggest doing that soon, yes. Some people don't favor transplanting so early, but for me, as soon as that tap root hits the bottom, I wan't the plant to have more room.so should I go ahead and go into my 5 gallons?
Using a hydro farm 400w light. From what I have read light needs to be 1ft from plant. Which is where I have it. I did just watered it before taking the picture.They look a nice colour chris. Just get as much light on them as possible.
Depending on what light you are using, you want to get the light as close as possible WITHOUT burning them.
What light are you using?
Also they look like they got a watering not so long ago, let them dry out a little before you water them again.