Please Help first time grower

White widow auto. So we’re in week 10. 3 weeks into the 12/12 light cycle. And this is what our plants look like. Should I just kill them off and start over?? They seem to have just stopped. We use big bloom tigers blood every other watering which we water them ever 3 or so days. Just please help and give me all the advice you have. They have literally looked like this for the past almost 2 weeks. And these are pics of the best looking one. I have seen on here and youtube where they look more fuller.

She (or they) look okay. There is certainly no reason to take them down. They look fairly healthy.

The wide node spacing means that she is looking for more light. I would go to an 18/6 schedule to get her more light if it is an auto. Autos don’t care about the light cycle as far as flowering goes.

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I think you’re in the after stretch depression. You get used to them growing so fast right after light flip that when the stretch ends they seem to just stand still. They look real healthy and I’m sure they’re bulking it’s just not as noticeable.


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