All my plants were planted exactly 2 weeks ago
So this is one of my Brooklyn sunrise definitely my healthiest looking
Lastly is my lemon haze which I need the most help they have all grown together under same conditions
All my plants were planted exactly 2 weeks ago
Sweet looking set up
Plants look healthy
Plants are looking good.
The spot looks like maybe a water droplet on the leaf while lights were on. It will burn the leaf and look like that. The other one will be fine. Sometimes my seedlings do that. It already looks to have come out of it. I have not had it since I quit misting the plants as water on the seedlings like the photo below does that.
It ruins all the new leaves.
First of all welcome. Nice looking setup. What are you growing in and how much/often are you watering.
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Thanks bro perhaps I shouldn’t mist. Although these quantum boards Don’t get super hot but probably can still burn some how who knows .
You do want to get some air exchange going. Even just on a periodic timer.
Don’t waste your time with this. It won’t generate any meaningful increase in CO2 for the effort and it can get nasty. CO2 is delivered at high partial pressures in a sealed environment (toxic levels for humans) and high intensity lighting to supercharge the growth. It’s a highly technical way to grow.
Have you done a slurry test on soil used to see what it’s PH is? Hopefully this is a soil optimized for cannabis as the biggest issue is buffered to wrong PH making nutrients unavailable to the plant. Normal PH range for soil is 6.3 to 6.8.
Taking the TDS of your slurry can tell you more about the soil as well which can inform your decision on when to supplement (if at all).
Temps are good, humidity being high is not a bad thing for young plants.
Let me tag a real auto grower in to look it over. @Not2SureYet does some outstanding autos.
Droplets form a lens like a magnifying glass and burn with intense light.
When I mist seedlings I only spray the cover dome and never the plant.
I learned that lesson the hard way.
I only have air coming in via the pitpuk on the right hand side of the last pic. It has a filter to remove any pollen I run it 24/7 and pulls fresH Oxygen from outside . I was only going to add extraction and filter once the smell got hectic in the room. Should I ad that now? Is it super important to remove the air aswell , I know it will help with humidity abit and temps
You won’t have to worry about odor until late in veg they get kinda skunky. Then again mid to late flower. That’s better on the filter too as the higher humidity reduces the life of activated charcoal. So running in flower when your RH is (or should be) 40% or less.
Managing the times the fan is on can allow the grow space to creep back up a bit before running the fan again. This can average your grow space conditions out if managed correctly.
Ok so you suggest removing all my co2 supplement?
Not to sure what a slurry test is will look it up(ok I see I will do this once I receive my ph pen coming in post) unless I can do it a manual way?
But I have a soil ph meter I’m not sure how accurate it is it was cheap and always sits on 7 , I have ordered a digital soil ph and temp reader it’s a 4in1just waiting for it. That’s also why I been giving 6.1 water in hopes the soil meter will come down but it still on 7ph so hence why I don’t think that meter works
I Found that my Soil PH Probe Reading Changed according to the Dampness of the Soil… On this (My 2nd indoor Grow), I adjusted My Soil PH Before Transplanting the Trainwreck Girls with a Simple Kit from Lowe’s which I Think was less than 10 bucks… If yours are still Seedlings then a Clear Dome and No water is Sufficient… My first dome was a cut off 2 liter bottle with 4 holes in it near where it was Cut off (about an inch up from the Cut off edge)
You can Kill Seedlings Much Quicker with an excess of water than with lack of it… Can we See Pics pls
I have some pics up at the top of this post what other pic you wanting bro
Wondering How they are Doing and How much Bigger they are @Chris420… I’m working Krazy hours and got no time to read much… Sorry, Thanks
They are growing great i think anyways haha this is my 1st ever grow so got nothing to compare except pics online. I will take the same pics of same plants I posted at top so you can see the changes. They were 21 days old yesterday from being planted in soil
How far up is your light? … I have 1 QB 132 in my Grow area, and someone suggested for me to turn my light down to around half power and to raise it up to 4ft above the Grow… When I did, the Plants extended up and the Big Huge leaves seemed to Get smaller to allow for more light Penetration… It was like my one QB 132 was more Bright than the Little plant needed and it was growing an umbrella for protection… If you have the time, Hit my Grow Journal around Comment 950 scroll around to find the start of my Trainwreck Girls… I Haven’t made the Rookie mistakes on this Grow that I made before… Your Plants look Great !! … The Point that you Must understand, is that your Grow IS About what the Plants NEED, Not what You want or Need… They are tender at this stage and you can hurt them Now… Nothing but Good and around 6.5 PH water for Another week with the light raised and Possibly turned Down is My Suggestion so they will Grow taller… You can stomp on them later and it won’t Kill em… My 2 cents Pal… 6AM gotta Go to Work… They’re Beautiful