from a fellow grower:This plant is at least 6 weeks old and without any change of growth since week 3.
- Strain: SYP-SSH-FP20 & SYP-WHW-FP20
- Type (fem/auto/reg): Female
Climate (indoor/outdoor): Indoor
- Medium (soil/hydro/details): Soil
- pH of runoff or solution in reservoir: 6.0
- Nutrient mix strength (EC/TDS):
Light type & schedule: Full spectrum led with grow light 24/7
- Temperatures day & night: 82 to 85 F
- Humidity day & night:
- Ventilation: Fan to circulate air on grow house
pH is a little low and should be 6.3 to 6.8 when in soil.
She’s stretching because she is looking for more light. If you are running your light 24/7, then the intensity of the light you are using is inadequate.
She looks nute burned. Do you know your runoff pH? What soil are you using (brand and type)?
Good Morning. Is she really wet or just looks that way?
What kind of soil??
What kind of light?? How far from plants?
Pot looks overwatered and seedling indicates insufficient light.
I also might add that you need some sort of holes in that pot and get it up out of that tray to allow proper drainage, that could affect it also.
I would also add some sort of aeration to the soil perlite or small pebble rocks happy growing
That soil looks a lot like clumps of plain dirt. I suspect blurples as well.
Whoa, you need to really lower your light as it’s stretching to it bad. Your issue seems to be the lights
I would say it’s lights and it also looks like there is no drainage going on in the pot. Chances are it’s drowning.