1 month old

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by conejo, Aug 5, 2007.

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    conejo

    conejo Active Member

    Hey guys. I just moved my plant into a bigger space on the closet. Its now about a month old and was wondering how you guys think it looks. Also wondering if/when I shold move it into a bigger pot. I also threw in one of the early pics just because Im like a proud parent showing off the baby pictures. I guess I should make a journal.
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    RASCALONE

    RASCALONE Well-Known Member

    looks good rabbit!sorry im barely starting to grow in pots,(always in the ground),but if it was mine i be looking for a bigger pot very soon!,bein venidos!
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    4train2wreck0

    4train2wreck0 Well-Known Member

    yeah i'd def. be moving that into a bigger pot soon. i noticed when my plants start getting rootbound the ridges on the leaves start looking deeper
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    justdaryl

    justdaryl Active Member

    try switching the cfls to daylight blue spectrum. Maybe back off on watering.
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    yztwofifty

    yztwofifty Well-Known Member

    Looking bushy and healthy, keep up the good work
  6. man u should be a proud parent. mine are just sprouting the fourth set of leaves, i love my babies, lol. you plant looks great. one thing though? ur gonna transplant it again right? because the roots are gonna triple in size once you put it into flowering.
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    jennybee

    jennybee Member

    Heyy just wondering. Are yo u planning on topping this plant? My father was growing some almost pure indica, because he has the mdical card too & he topped his at two or three months...Not sure why. Maybe you have some insight on that? Because I have my own plants & Havn't decided whether I should or not?
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    RyAnRioT

    RyAnRioT Active Member


    i do believe that root growth slows down in flowering, the plant focuses on producing buds, not on root growth, thats mainly in vegg

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