About a week old… what you think?

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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!
Yep, I battled that until I read a post about the govee thing. I have some of their wifi lights and didn't know they had smart appliances too. Now, every time I check, nothing has moved. If you ever decide to go that route, make sure you get the humidifier that paid to the hygrometer. They have two models that look exactly the same, one has an onboard sensor, the other pairs with the hygrometer. Both are the same model number (7142). I had a 50/50 shot...and lost. Oof... the desert huh? I'm more on the tundra side of the country (Minnesota)

Here's the correct model if you're ever interested
 
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yo haha i tested that water drop light thing last night with my led light, coasted 1 leaf in plain phd water and the leaf is britle and yellow today, so yeah dont foilate your plants indoor with big lights. small ones may not do anything but the bigs defs do.
 
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Yep, I battled that until I read a post about the govee thing. I have some of their wifi lights and didn't know they had smart appliances too. Now, every time I check, nothing has moved. If you ever decide to go that route, make sure you get the humidifier that paid to the hygrometer. They have two models that look exactly the same, one has an onboard sensor, the other pairs with the hygrometer. Both are the same model number (7142). I had a 50/50 shot...and lost. Oof... the desert huh? I'm more on the tundra side of the country (Minnesota)

Here's the correct model if you're ever interested
Okay I bought it thanks for the recommendation. It’ll be here Monday so hopefully by then the climate in the tent can be a lot more controllable. omg it’s impossible with the humidifier I have now especially because the humidity percentage limit is in increments of 5. No in between so this is gonna be sick!
 
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1 night it took.
Duuuuude no way. Wow so it got burned some how from the water being left on the surface of leaf. Wait so what about the mist from the humidifier? I wonder if it’s enough to do that… do you have a humidifier in your tent currently?
 
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nah i dont use one, i did use one on my first grow but dont know the difference that its gone and anything with lights at night can be a problem for the plants which can make stressed hermies, so personally i dont use them, or anything else in my tent apart from light, and exhaust fan, i use an ac from a distance set at 22 for air and at night i seal the tent up and let the air get pulled by the exhaust fan through the bottom vents, pulling it all through up to the top of the tent. less can be better but i love to sit and admire them daily.
 
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Okay I bought it thanks for the recommendation. It’ll be here Monday so hopefully by then the climate in the tent can be a lot more controllable. omg it’s impossible with the humidifier I have now especially because the humidity percentage limit is in increments of 5. No in between so this is gonna be sick!
Ok.. make sure you get this as well this is what you pair it to. Set it next to the ladies and you're all set
 
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Boom! Transplanted her to a lot bigger and better home, not sure the size because I cut open a 5 gallon pot, cut some off and sewed it back together to make it smaller. I wonder if I should have just went straight to the 5 gallon pot? She’s about 12 days old now… let’s see what happens !
 
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Hey what up fam!
So a little update on how she’s doing
She is about ten days old from sprouting from surface of soil. She is in 100% happy frog and seems to be doing fine. I have one concern though so please let me know your opinion on it.
I think there is some kind of mold..or I don’t know at all tbh. What it this?
I try to keep RH in between 65-70% and temperature between 71-76 degrees.
 
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So just a little update for any one wanting to assist a first time grower. any advice on what I should do next or what to expect would be most appreciated bro 😎
She is about 24 days old
Medium: ocean forest mixed with vermiculite.(I went for 30/70) 5 gallon pot
Light: ac infinity 100watt light at 40% 21inchs away from canopy.
Today is the 28th and she was topped on the 23rd as well as transplanted to 5 gallon on the 25th.
so a couple questions:
Can I cut the fan leaves so the light can reach other colas, especially the droopy bottom leaves?
when do I adjust the climate to be vegetative stage appropriate? And to what?
How does she look overall?
WHAT DO I DO NEXT? LOL




…smoke weed everyday… 🎶
 
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yes raise the fan to be blowing above and not on her..
is the fan on low speed?
when you raise it turn it up too..
can you control your temp and humidity 24/7?
what’s it at?
 
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when is the next watering/feeding?
what size bag is that?
 
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yes raise the fan to be blowing above and not on her..
Ok I raised her fan it’s not blowing on her
This is how she looks at lights on
The new growth on top looks like total shit -.- it’s so droopy looking
 
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