I agree with @Ds401 way to early for nutes And way to strong with all nutes .
I don’t think my plants every get that much nitrogen.
Toss them and start over. Next time wait till the lower leafs start to turn yellow to add nutes, and start at 1/4 strength.
Ok that helps, the nutes you are useing is for grass so your heart is in the right spot, just the wrong type of grass. If your on a budget like most of use go to home depot and get Alaska’s fish food there’s one for veg and bloom real cheap $5 -$10 a bottle I think.
That’s were I would start. The nutes you have are way too strong.
Also I’m no master grower and just a vister of the site . But let me see if I can get some more add vice from some guys better than me. @bob31 , @FloridaSon could you guys give some advice to a couple novices please.
your problem was. You gave them that *Fertilizer: added after 20th days 20-10-10 (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium). You burned them " period " the soil most likely would have been ok by it’s self.
I’m going to give you 3 links please read them ok …You’ll be a much better grower if you do
Look here guys let’s back up a sec here .
For one you never, never use anything with seedlings untill they get their 5 0r 6th true sets of leafs ok that it nothing use poting soil for seedling.
AND GET RID OF THAT FERTILIZER
And firsst read what i had posted in my last post to you.
They were severely burned from the nitrogen and phosphorus. They were way to young for nutrients with that ratio, you can likely get away with a ratio of 1-1-1 at that size any thing higher is disaster waiting to happen
As we gain experience with this hobby it seems like we need to spend more time letting the plants tell us what they want. I think this goes back to showing the plants too much love and not enough consideration.
I had a similar problem @apache_albino. I started my seedlings in Kellogs patio plus and my seedlings looked exactly the same as yours after 30 days (before fertilizing). They were yellow and not growing much. The folks on this site suggested the the soil I germinated in had too many nutes and I’d say they were spot on. So, transplanted all the seedlings into FF happy frog soil and so far they seem to be responding very well after a week or so. Leaves are turning dark green and I’m seeing new growth. I almost killed mine by giving too much fertilizer. Maybe try transplanting into happy frog? I’m a total newby, Just my 2 cents.
It is likely there is a nitrogen toxicity or toxic build up, first off id test your ph that would likely be a huge problem.
Second medium looks really wet, to wet for plants at that size which could be causing root problems and there for roots would then rot from not getting enough oxygen
Third at that point she has been through severe stress so getting her to come back will teach a lot. At that point they need a little boost (a 1-1-1 ratio) would work great, and maybe cal mag because that medium doesn’t have it and seems to be most needed in that medium
@bruinsfan33 Actually, looks damn healthy there and I would not change anything until I transplanted into her final home. She looks like she has three actual families (nodes) growing well. I would wait until 4-6 nodes before starting the feeding. The soil she is in should carry until then. Jerry