Any idea what is wrong with my plants?

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sandc4fun

Final Update..

First and foremost... Thank you to all for the advise provided. We really appreciate it.

All the girls have been chopped and dried and are now curing. We ended up with a total dry weight of 1.55 oz. We are happy with what we got from the girls and more importantly, we learned a massive amount.

We are still learning and experienced a few bumps in the drying process. Ended up getting them a little on the dry side, but put in the Boveda 62 packs and they are back to 60% RH. Burping and moving them around in their jars once a day.

What an experience. Can't wait for our second attempt!
 
Mr.GreenthumbOG

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Final Update..

First and foremost... Thank you to all for the advise provided. We really appreciate it.

All the girls have been chopped and dried and are now curing. We ended up with a total dry weight of 1.55 oz. We are happy with what we got from the girls and more importantly, we learned a massive amount.

We are still learning and experienced a few bumps in the drying process. Ended up getting them a little on the dry side, but put in the Boveda 62 packs and they are back to 60% RH. Burping and moving them around in their jars once a day.

What an experience. Can't wait for our second attempt!

a solid effort.👊
Something to build off for your future grows!
Enjoy the smoke! It’s always better when you grow it yourself!
 
KingHale

KingHale

With how young the plant is, it looks like a combined situation of lock out and nute burn. Fox Farm is super hot for seedlings. Plus, it's notorious for gnats and other pests. Personally won't touch it with a 10ft pole, but you're already in it so only way through is to overcome this hurdle.

I agree with GNick55. Some foliar spray will help bump up the locked out elements and get em through to greener pastures.
I’m on a full Fox Farm regimen in soil with no issues. 3rd grow. It is tedious but I’d say that the coffee cup you had the plant in was probably insufficient for its size. I take my seedlings directly into a 7 gallon pot, which helps me manage the overburden of nutrients. There’s just no way for you to follow the Fox farms soil feeding schedule for nutrients when you’re administering those nutrients to a coffee cup size of soil. My plant is in 7 gallons of happy frog, ocean forest and perlite mix and I’m using 1/4 gallon of water to feed/water 7 gallons of soil with nutrient measurements 1/8 tsp on the low end and my plant is probably 1/4 the size of yours. My advice is to immediately transplant and start your nutrient schedule over with something that’s more easily manageable. I’m not even sure how you reliably make nutrient water for a coffee cup. Fox farms is great but they don’t tell you everything that you need to know if you’re going to use their products. Ive spent the past year talking to them
And learning myself because I’ve invested in their nutrients long term and I’m they do work. You will have to modify your thinking. Use a mix of soil, add perlite for drainage and minimalist your approach while definitely maximizing the space available for those roots to grow because they will grow big. Good luck and feel free to message me if Fox farms is your your choice of nutrients. Very few know how to use them, I’m one of the few and the proud. Semper Fidelis.
 
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