First grow need some help with these seedlings please!

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savagenovelties

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LED’s, metal halides, hps ect will give your plants a different look but if you have burnt tips there are other issues your dealing with
 
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From what I know plants can definitely get too much light indoors I’m not to sure where you got that information from
From what you know. This is your first grow correct? My information comes from over 25yrs experience growing in every medium. Maybe you should just get a book to tell you your problems.
 
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LED’s, metal halides, hps ect will give your plants a different look but if you have burnt tips there are other issues your dealing with

From what you know. This is your first grow correct? My information comes from over 25yrs experience growing in every medium. Maybe you should just get a book to tell you your problems.
i really do not care how long you’ve been growing. It’s common knowledge that indoor plants can receive too much light first grow or not that’s all I was saying no one is arguing but you lol
 
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From multiple people who have grown for year
i really do not care how long you’ve been growing. It’s common knowledge that indoor plants can receive too much light first grow or not that’s all I was saying no one is arguing but you lol
You have 5 pages of content. clearly you shouldn’t be growing.
 
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The sun is the most powerful light source known to man. Are you now saying that the sun’s too bright for your outdoor plants? Then why would it be any different indoors? Absolutely no difference. I think your confusion comes from many other people telling you different things, and you believing everything you hear. It’s radiated confusion. A grower’s biggest mistake is overthinking. Do you put 5.9 - 6.1 ph’d water into your plants? If not or if you’re overfeeding. Anything over 1.9 EC and you’ll see it in your leaf tips. Some plants can take more but is it worth the waste in nutes to find out?
 
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Says the guy having problems. If you knew everything why are you asking for help. I mean its only your first grow? You have tons to learn.
seriously relax your coming off as jerk. help if you want to help based on each grower’s situation and set up and knowledge..
and yes i’m saying plants can get too much light indoors.. i’ve been in the business 35 yrs..
 
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You have 5 pages of content. clearly you shouldn’t be growing.
seriously relax your coming off as jerk. help if you want to help based on each grower’s situation and set up and knowledge..
and yes i’m saying plants can get too much light indoors.. i’ve been in the business 35 yrs..
I believe I have some type of build up do you think I should flush them?
 
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hey what ya think about getting rid of the trellis/net.. you don’t need it and it’s just getting in the way and those squares are to big..
ok so i had to go back a page to look a pictures, haven’t read much at all of your thread, i don’t see much wrong other than what could be the very start of light stress.. your whitish leaf tips..
take a picture of what is bothering you?
 
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The sun is the most powerful light source known to man. Are you now saying that the sun’s too bright for your outdoor plants? Then why would it be any different indoors? Absolutely no difference. I think your confusion comes from many other people telling you different things, and you believing everything you hear. It’s radiated confusion. A grower’s biggest mistake is overthinking. Do you put 5.9 - 6.1 ph’d water into your plants? If not or if you’re overfeeding. Anything over 1.9 EC and you’ll see it in your leaf tips. Some plants can take more but is it worth the waste in nutes to find out?
The sun is not the most powerful light source by far because of its distance.

the lux ranges from 2000 to 140,000 over the day and can be under 10,000 for days depending on clouds. The intensity changes and i promise you if you keep a plant at over 140,000 lux for 12-18hra you will cook it. You cannot think so linearly on this subject and a light indoor can absolutely be to powerful because its about DLI and the number of photons a plant receives in a given period of time. Its not only about the ppfd but also the exposure time. Indoor we can exceed Photosynthetic rates managable by plants leading to photorespiration and inturn a reduction of photosynthetic efficiency which causes plants to become stressed, damaged and can even lead to death.

There are many things tgat can cause the reduction in a plants ability to handle and utilize light… in the end yes the sun can be too much light for a plant due to other factors
 
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Hey CeeJ, just wanted to say for your first run your doing really good man. I killed all 12 of my clones my first run 6 years ago. Planted them straight into compost. Ive learned so much since then Bc I kept my head up and didn’t give up on this beautiful plant and kept at it until I found my style. You learn best with trial n error. And definitely finding what works for you, but that will come after trying everything and finding your style. Be patient, ask for help, ignore the bs and keep at it man Bc your off to a great start ✌🏼
 
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hey what ya think about getting rid of the trellis/net.. you don’t need it and it’s just getting in the way and those squares are to big..
ok so i had to go back a page to look a pictures, haven’t read much at all of your thread, i don’t see much wrong other than what could be the very start of light stress.. your whitish leaf tips..
take a picture of what is bothering you?
I’m gonna get rid of the net it was a fail lol. I don’t need to flush them? I haven’t flushed once this hole run I’m starting to notice a bunch of white stuff on my pots too which I heard could be salt buildup? All of my leaves are starting to turn a light green and have a weird look to them
 
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Hey CeeJ, just wanted to say for your first run your doing really good man. I killed all 12 of my clones my first run 6 years ago. Planted them straight into compost. Ive learned so much since then Bc I kept my head up and didn’t give up on this beautiful plant and kept at it until I found my style. You learn best with trial n error. And definitely finding what works for you, but that will come after trying everything and finding your style. Be patient, ask for help, ignore the bs and keep at it man Bc your off to a great start ✌🏼
Hey man thank you It means a lot!
 
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hey what ya think about getting rid of the trellis/net.. you don’t need it and it’s just getting in the way and those squares are to big..
ok so i had to go back a page to look a pictures, haven’t read much at all of your thread, i don’t see much wrong other than what could be the very start of light stress.. your whitish leaf tips..
take a picture of what is bothering you?
My ppfd is at 350-380 through out the hole canopy is that too high? The ppfd reading came from that photone app so I’m not to sure how accurate it is
 
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ok sorry but can you tell me your nutrients you’ve been feeding with and how much?.
i know nothing of ppfd, i go by looks and pretty sure not light stress, so need to know feeding?
 
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I’m gonna get rid of the net it was a fail lol. I don’t need to flush them? I haven’t flushed once this hole run I’m starting to notice a bunch of white stuff on my pots too which I heard could be salt buildup? All of my leaves are starting to turn a light green and have a weird look to them
Is the white build up on the outside of the fabric pots?
 
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ok sorry but can you tell me your nutrients you’ve been feeding with and how much?.
i know nothing of ppfd, i go by looks and pretty sure not light stress, so need to know feeding?
I’m using the sensi grow part a&b from advanced nutrients I’ve been giving them about 3mL per liter last feeding I gave them 3.5 mL/l .I feed nutes every other feeding
 

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