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I have these seedlings about 3 weeks old, and thet dont seem 2 be doing so hot. The soil drains like crap even after i added perlite but obviously didnt add enough. It was the local grow shops homeade super soil. Anyways they are under 2 es300s on about 60-70% intensity. Temps range 69-79°. humidity usually around 50%. So far ive fed a small ammount of some gh micro, humic acid and rapid start
 
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im just a beginner here but i dont see the problem. sure the bottom left one looks the best, but they all look good.

at 3 weeks i dont think you even need to add anything except properly PH'd water. just dont drown them
 
im just a beginner here but i dont see the problem. sure the bottom left one looks the best, but they all look good.

at 3 weeks i dont think you even need to add anything except properly PH'd water. just dont drown them
Thanks for the reply man. Yea i think the look better in the pics. The one on the bottom left is rough looking in person, an ive been ph'ing to 6.3-6.5
 
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Your plants look pretty good to me. PLEASE... don't start pouring fertilizers, Cal-Mag, and every other potion known to man, until you get more familiar with growing. Small containers will drive you crazy trying to get the water right as they are either soaked or dry. Get them into larger containers and it will help to keep the moisture constant. I use Promix, which drains very well. If you are going to need to re-pot these, why not add a little more Perlite to make it drain better?
Your plants look pretty good to me. It's very easy to tend to over-mother the plants when you are a newer grower. Keep the soil damp, not wet, and go easy on the nutrients, especially when it is smaller. Many people assume that plants are like people, and if you overfeed them they will become fat and sassy. Tis is the opposite of what happens and plants tend to grow best when left to themselves. Your plants look good but are still small and the amount of fertilizer that they need is minute. Keep strong light on them, keep them damp once the roots have grown in, and go easy on the nutrients and you will avoid most of the pitfalls that many new growers make.
 
Your plants look pretty good to me. PLEASE... don't start pouring fertilizers, Cal-Mag, and every other potion known to man, until you get more familiar with growing. Small containers will drive you crazy trying to get the water right as they are either soaked or dry. Get them into larger containers and it will help to keep the moisture constant. I use Promix, which drains very well. If you are going to need to re-pot these, why not add a little more Perlite to make it drain better?
Your plants look pretty good to me. It's very easy to tend to over-mother the plants when you are a newer grower. Keep the soil damp, not wet, and go easy on the nutrients, especially when it is smaller. Many people assume that plants are like people, and if you overfeed them they will become fat and sassy. Tis is the opposite of what happens and plants tend to grow best when left to themselves. Your plants look good but are still small and the amount of fertilizer that they need is minute. Keep strong light on them, keep them damp once the roots have grown in, and go easy on the nutrients and you will avoid most of the pitfalls that many new growers make.
Thanks for the advice. Yes i fully intend to add sufficient perlite once I transplant but i think they are too young to transplant now.
 
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I think they are too young to transplant now.
I sprout mine in a paper towel and once the tap root get about an inch long, I transplant directly into a 5 or 6 gallon bucket. This encourages the roots to develop as they follow the water as it dries out from the initial watering, but also eliminates the need for transplanting and the shock that goes along with it. Roots develop amazingly fast, even if you can't easily see them.. I get a lot of roots coming out of the bottom in 3 weeks using 6 gallon buckets. Once the roots are established, they (the plants) grow like a wildfire. Whatever works best for you and your setup
 
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I have these seedlings about 3 weeks old, and thet dont seem 2 be doing so hot. The soil drains like crap even after i added perlite but obviously didnt add enough. It was the local grow shops homeade super soil. Anyways they are under 2 es300s on about 60-70% intensity. Temps range 69-79°. humidity usually around 50%. So far ive fed a small ammount of some gh micro, humic acid and rapid start
It's going to be hairy once they take off. Looking good though. I agree don't nute them yet until your familiar with their intake. Burnt plants suck cock to grow out.
 
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I have these seedlings about 3 weeks old, and thet dont seem 2 be doing so hot. The soil drains like crap even after i added perlite but obviously didnt add enough. It was the local grow shops homeade super soil. Anyways they are under 2 es300s on about 60-70% intensity. Temps range 69-79°. humidity usually around 50%. So far ive fed a small ammount of some gh micro, humic acid and rapid start
They look okay maybe a little over watered, I agree w/ above don't feed yet
 

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