Is this normal? Gorilla glue auto

1st time grower here. Need help. I received my gorilla glue auto seeds on April 1st and immediately germinated them. This is day 32 and 1 of the girls is strangely different than the other three. Almost dwarf like… Maybe a different strain. Am I doing this right? Completely new to this and could us…

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I’m having a similar problem with GG.
I am not very new to this I’ve done it quite a few times , have a solid routine down…this is unusual…
These 2 plants sprouted on the same day both gorilla glue one of them going just as planned the other one has kind of tough wrinkly leaves and is stunted. Not looked into it yet but I’m curious

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look into low stress training…
Works great for me…

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What method of watering are you guys using. The OP looks pretty saturated, second ones looks like they also might not be being watered in a ring halfway between center and edge. I didn’t start with autos because watering isn’t my thing. With photos and 2 transplants I avoid the issues of watering small plants in large pots. Remember you have to grow the roots first. The ring method prevents damping off and keeps the roots pushing out. Based off the leaves in both problem children, I’d guess there was stunted growth in the roots caused by them being too wet. Either from watering or your humidity is way to high. Would be my best guess.
Rounded leaves with droop is the indicator, as seen in the larger plants. The leaves swell and round when the roots are too wet.

They look healthy enough you were just to gentle with them as all 1st times are but autos don’t allow for recovery and will flower short, they’ll still double or triple in size from flower stretching though. That 1 looks weird because it’s in a different phase and doesn’t need as much nitrogen so it has a little toxicity besides every seed is different set of genes expect variations

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Autos definitely seem more challenging than photos.

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Without a doubt they should only be marketed as beginner friendly in outdoor settings. Indoor or pot based growing requires a lot more precision and understanding

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Yes, that describes how my Lil runt is exactly! Tough wrinkly leaves an all

I am starting to think we overwater them… root rot…

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If its in soil water it super slow so all soil gets soaked. Water til u get run off let the first little bit drip off then collect enoigh runoff from the plant and see what the ph and ppm is. Then dont water the pot again until she feels feather light unless she looks droopy like she is thirsty. Autos are finicky and seem to be getting worse as they come out with more lol.

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