I will try my best to keep up!

I will try to stay up to date on this journal but, I do live a busy life at the moment. If you follow bare with me please. I will post my medium, lights, and other equipment as we go on. I have options to explore and I kind of go off the health of the plant in where I place them. I have 5 White Widows(auto), 5 Northern lights(auto), and 4 California dream(photo).
1 Heat mat set at 79 degrees.
1 Propagation tray with dome and vent.
14 Rapid rooter plugs.
1 Mist bottle.
1 T5 2 foot 4 bulb agrobrite fixture.
This will be a soil grow using FFOF with Foxfarm nutrients.

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I’ll be following along! Happy growing! :seedling:

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Nice I’ll be checking in

I transplanted my ladies to a solo cup. I choose clear so I can see how healthy and strong the roots become over time. I kept 10 under the t5 light and I put 4 underneath a roledo led germination light to see any difference between the two. I had one out of 14 that did not sprout(Cali dream) photo. It did grow a small tap root so I put it in a cup to see if she will sprout fingers crossed. Also using Ro water and foxfarm soil on 18/6 light schedule.

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I recommend u at least put the clear solos into dark ones u can still check the roots but keep concealed from light ur roots aren’t meant to see light they won’t react good to it trust me on this

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I agree 100% and that is why they have covers for hydro grows. I was told that a little bit of light on the baby roots will make them more nutrient eaters for when they get introduced into there diet. Just not a long period of time. Now is this true I have no idea that was passed on from an old head and I did it last harvest and it seemed to go swell. I do agree with you though thank you for the advice.

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I will be covering the root structure from light. Thank you again.

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That I’m not sure I would ask around

Just a little update. They are looking good and they are getting new leaves!!

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If you look all the way in the back right. I had a issue with this lady and discovered that her roots were nesting in the rapid rooter. So I gently removed her from the rapid rooter and put her straight in soil, it has shown very small growth since then but there is growth lol! Only time will tell. Happy Sunday friends!

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