I ordered some seeds from ILGW and from the start all 4 seeds germinated when i used the paper towel method leaving them moist in a zip lock bag for about 48 hours.
Germination was about 7/2/20-7/4/2020
on 7/5/2020 i moved the seeds to there first home in a small pot filled with Fox Farm Soil Happy Frog. I left them indoors next to a window to sprout.
All 4 seeds sprouted by 7/6/2020
What i was doing from 7/6/20 - 7/12/20 all i did was moist the soil with a water Spray bottle and then covered the seeds with half a bottled of water for moisture to stay . (I didnt PH and used tap water) i PH my water starting day 7/9/20 to 6.5 once i received my PH down and PH up meds in the mail.
2 of my seedlings looked like they started dying as of 7/8/20. i hoped for the best once I PH’d my water by 7/9/2020 to 6.5 (NO LUCK) could this be because PH was to high when i first started to spray bottle them? my tap water was at a PH of 8.5 YIKES. I can also believe that maybe they reached a lock out due to PH?
Keep in mind i didn’t use nutrient since online anywhere i read said that FOX FARM HAPPY SOIL should be able to help the seedling stage for about the first 3-4 weeks since the soil already as some nutrients in it.
As of 7/13/20 i got myself some Fox farm nutrient the trio pack Grow Big, Big Bloom and Tiger Bloom.
Im following the schedule Fox farm has but i started of with giving the plants half a dosage from what it told me to put in a gallon of water. i fed my plants only Big Bloom on 7/13/20 and then again by 7/17/20.
No luck in recovering the two seedlings that were dying. The other two shown in the pictures are doing well but growing slow in my opinion or are they doing well?
i used the same dosage for week 1 and 2 since my 2 plants that were doing well seemed to be growing fine and i was afraid of killing them also. (Im such a noobie)
Can the other two seedlings i have revive somehow or are they officially dead and no hope for them?
i am currently ending already with week 3 since when they sprouted (not germinated) i started counting official days when the seeds sprouted.
Any helpful tips or guidance will be gratefully accepted.