About a week old… what you think?

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1 shot glass (1 ounce) of water every other day, just a taproot in there, she can barely uptake 1ml per day - water a 1/2"inch away from the stem. (in the photo the cup already looks wet enough).
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1 shot glass (1 ounce) of water every other day, just a taproot in there, she can barely uptake 1ml per day - water a 1/2"inch away from the stem. (in the photo the cup already looks wet enough).
okay 1 shot glass .. so the soil I added to help support the stem is what’s wet. Original soil hasn’t been watered in about 2 days. i think the new soil on top will be good for now.
 
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Creepy they are looking great 👍 I think you will be happy with your first grow..You started the grow off the best way you could have by simple saying this is my first grow and asking for help. Wish I could have been smart enough to ask for help on day one. No my dumb butt waited till they were half dead before I asked for help half the people told me to toss my plants but the other helped me enough for me to get a little below average grow. That's when I learned the value of ground forums and the power of asking for help. You are well on your way to many nice grows.
awe man well on the bright side I bet you learned a ton on that first grow. 💪 thanks for the kind words Dude I checked out some of the photos on your profile. Siiiiiick photos I’m trying to get like you 😎
 
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Those are different plants that I just dropped in
Steroids for plants huh? Thanks for the tip
Ohh so after germination you put the seed in the dirt and then put the bottle over that area? I wonder what the humidity gets to in those domes …
 
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Thanks dude you’ve got some impressive photos in your profile. I checked them out 👏 👏
oh dude no way haha im kinda still new, i mean i know most there is about the plant but making it happen is harder said than done. best ive had so far was 7oz from 1 plant with 600w hps, all those pics were nutes from bunnings warehouse haha now i use ph perfect and its working wonders for me, i have a batch that is 6 weeks from pull and the buds are as round as 20cent pieces already 2 weeks in xD

thank you and appreciated man
 
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i wouldn’t be foliar spraying anything..
all the seaweed stuff etc is loaded with heavy metals..
even says it in the warning..
oh gawd i didnt see they said that! all you can expect from foliage spraying indoors is pests, mould/rot, maginifing light burn. GG plants dont spray em
 
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Have you given thought to what size/type container/growbag you are going to use? It doesn't take long for the roots to reach the edges of a cup,
I use the fabric pots, 1 gal and 5 gal in size, and have had air pruning at two weeks in the one gallon container...this being said, air in your soil is super critical to root development, and strong roots = strong plants!
Hope this helps
 
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Attached are some photos of what I got going on in my 2x2. How she look? Any and all advice, suggestions, and opinions accepted. She’s just a random seed from the bottom of the stash… I thought to my self “let’s see what happens”
Also, is the light too close to the humidifier? My humidifier goes on and off all day so I’m nervous the vapor will ruin the lights? No wet spot has built up or anything. Thanks guys!
Nice purchase!..I have the AC 3x3. One thing that's helped me are the govee smart products. The humidifier, heater, and thermostat/ hygrometer. I set the hygrometer right next to the girls, then pair the heater and humidifier to the hygrometer. Then you can set it and forget it. I say this as i was having trouble maintaining the 72°F, 76%RH, .85 kps VPD. You can then calibrate the ac controller based off the hygrometer. I have a little more room, but I just point the mist away from the plants/light and put the clip fan on low and oscillating.
 
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Have you given thought to what size/type container/growbag you are going to use? It doesn't take long for the roots to reach the edges of a cup,
I use the fabric pots, 1 gal and 5 gal in size, and have had air pruning at two weeks in the one gallon container...this being said, air in your soil is super critical to root development, and strong roots = strong plants!
Hope this helps
Thank you you definitely help. So I planned on transplanting her from the solo red cup to her forever home, 5 gallon fabric pot. What are some signs to look out for to know for sure she’s ready to move to the 5 gallon?
 
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oh dude no way haha im kinda still new, i mean i know most there is about the plant but making it happen is harder said than done. best ive had so far was 7oz from 1 plant with 600w hps, all those pics were nutes from bunnings warehouse haha now i use ph perfect and its working wonders for me, i have a batch that is 6 weeks from pull and the buds are as round as 20cent pieces already 2 weeks in xD

thank you and appreciated man
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oh dude no way haha im kinda still new, i mean i know most there is about the plant but making it happen is harder said than done. best ive had so far was 7oz from 1 plant with 600w hps, all those pics were nutes from bunnings warehouse haha now i use ph perfect and its working wonders for me, i have a batch that is 6 weeks from pull and the buds are as round as 20cent pieces already 2 weeks in xD

thank you and appreciated man
7 ounces ? Damn that’ll last me till next harvest lol let’s see a photo of those 20cent buds 🔥🔥💪💪
so I’m using fox farms ocean forest and happy frog. These soils don’t need added nutrients right?
 
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Nice purchase!..I have the AC 3x3. One thing that's helped me are the govee smart products. The humidifier, heater, and thermostat/ hygrometer. I set the hygrometer right next to the girls, then pair the heater and humidifier to the hygrometer. Then you can set it and forget it. I say this as i was having trouble maintaining the 72°F, 76%RH, .85 kps VPD. You can then calibrate the ac controller based off the hygrometer. I have a little more room, but I just point the mist away from the plants/light and put the clip fan on low and oscillating.
Wow so I’m having the same issue! It’s so hard to keep the climate steady. My humidifier will get the humidity to about 70%, turn itself off, and then the new air my exhaust brings in brings the humidity down to high 50s. Then humidifier kicks back on and repeats. So difficult to keep the climate steady here in Phoenix, AZ. It’s 112’f outside rn!
 
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