A little help over here

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NedFlanders

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Hey Everyone!
Hi I’m new to growing and I was looking for some much needed advice how to bring these two girls to the finishing line. I’m at around 30 weeks with these two Pineapple Chunck and about to enter flowering stage meaning in at about two weeks of doing 12/12 day night cycle.
I’ve starting thinking I could do a makeshift greenhouse and it worked okay till about December. I live in northeastern PA. Transferred them inside in late January.
I know they haven’t flourished much and kinda only survived the first three months until they were brought in. Lost two to frost but these two were tough. They nearly doubled in size in February/March.
Tell me what u think and what you would do from this point forward. Thank you in advance
 
GNick55

GNick55

the whole grow should be done and curing in jars by now.,
personally i don’t think it’s worth it to finish but i’d be curious to see how they finish
best bet is get the environment dialed in and nutrients, and see where she’s at in 2 weeks, that’ll tell ya if it’s worth it or not, though if your new you can finish so that way the next one might go quicker..
tons of help on here, lots of growers love to help out..
 
Billymgb

Billymgb

Hello Nedflanders have you grown before? Yea that is way to long to be only that big, Is that how your feeding them by spraying the leaves. Well if you finish them I wish you luck. If not then start over and remember only veg them for 8 weeks at the most.
 
NedFlanders

NedFlanders

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Hello Nedflanders have you grown before? Yea that is way to long to be only that big, Is that how your feeding them by spraying the leaves. Well if you finish them I wish you luck. If not then start over and remember only veg them for 8 weeks at the most.
No first timer here. Yeah I haven’t fed it anything but water. Thanks I’ll take all the luck I could get.
 
NedFlanders

NedFlanders

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best bet is get the environment dialed in and nutrients, and see where she’s at in 2 weeks, that’ll tell ya if it’s worth it or not, though if your new you can finish so that way the next one might go quicker..
tons of help on here, lots of growers love to help out..
I’m in it till the bitter end lol. Curiosity alone would annoy me not knowing. Anything u would add to help?
 
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