A question from a fellow grower:
I have been reading your bible and all of the growing tips you have been sending me via email. Thanks and keep them coming. I have a question for which I have been unable to find any advice or solution. I have attached 2 photographs. Sorry for the quality as the grow lights make it difficult to get the colors right. The first picture labeled Baikal Express 1 is the one with the problem. I have it growing under a 400 watt HPS light with 18 hours of light and 6 hours of total darkness. The seeds were placed directly into the medium on 3/25. The 2nd picture, labeled Baikal Express 2 was planted at the same time, in the same medium, same temperature and humidity. The only difference is that #2 sits under a 250 watt HPS light. I have 3 other strains under the same 400 watt light and all are doing well. The temperature varies between 78 and 80 degrees and the humidity stays around 48 to 50 percent.
My question/concern is that the Baikal Express 1 has 2 leaves that are curling pretty significantly ( the leaves pointing right and left in the picture) while #2 is not. Same strain, same conditions. I know this may sound weird but I become attached to each of my little plants and really don’t want any of them die ( at least until I cut them).
Any any advice that you may be able to provide would be greatly appreciated.
Keep up the good work.