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Abnormal Growth (very strange)

Discussion in 'Newbie Central' started by Combatcow, Mar 19, 2017.

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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    Ah, Big Bloom is your Foundation nutrient. Use that, too, but not yet. If you do, use very little of both that and the Grow Big.
     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Well I'm not an expert here obviously but here's a pic of the feeding schedule, apparently supposed to start with big bloom
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    Little Zelda here seems like the normal one of the bunch lol
     

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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    I just said, Big Bloom's your foundation nute. You use that throughout. In veg, Grow Big + Big Bloom. If bloom, Tiger Bloom + Big Bloom
     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Aah alright and from your explanation grow big seems to be the best, high percentages of nitrogen, magnesium and prosphate
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    Just be careful. Too much N won't just burn it at this stage, it could potentially turn it brown and kill it off.
     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Aight I'll be careful how much do I insert into the soil? Or use a spray bottle?
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    You water it in, as per the instructions. Use 1/4 or 1/2 the amount required in mature veg.
     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Yeah lol I know that but I meant do I use as much as when I water them or what?
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    Water? Yes, of course. Put it in with your next watering. Make sure you get the nute-to-water ratio right.
     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Ight thanks for all the help C: much appreciated
     
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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    Any time, bro.
     
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    BuD_DizZLe

    BuD_DizZLe Member

    This OP is awesome sauce, someone needs adopt them lel
     
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    Budzbuddha

    Budzbuddha Well-Known Member

    Throw them under some CFL for getting them to start properly ... Works everytime.

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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Wow here I am sitting here with two 50w LED bulbs and a standard household bulb I really should go to a hardware store.. thanks
     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Does this look normal? Looks like one of my seedlings is trying to reach for three lights at once ^.^
     

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    abe supercro

    abe supercro Well-Known Member

    I think you need stronger lighting more than anything. Feeding a seedling that young is the quickest way to kill it. The cotyledon (first set of round leaves) has nearly all the nutrition available it needs at this stage.

    When u do get around to feeding the plant in a week or three, use 1/4 to 1/2 strength advertised.
     
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    Lightgreen2k

    Lightgreen2k Well-Known Member

    @Combatcow

    I agree with the above..
    Maybe dial in your environment, it might be something you are over looking, but it makes a major difference.

    RH is important
    Correct Ph is important.

    A bunch of people will tell you, I dont do this and that , but set yourself up right.

    If you have the funds, grab yourself a grow light... 400 w - 600 w, would serve you fine, or even 315 cmh/lec or led/cob driver.

    Lastly Read a book / Experiment / shoot plant a few more seeds..

    If you can run a small experiment A "control" Ph feed one plant, [the other plant don't] you will learn faster and see what works and what does not.

    Note pad to write down what you did.
     
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    abe supercro

    abe supercro Well-Known Member

     
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    Combatcow

    Combatcow Active Member

    Thanks for the input I have a 300w LED grow light but others say it's too powerful for seedlings, I have been reading about this for 2 months before I ordered the seeds and it doesn't seem like anyone had seedlings quite like mine.
     
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    abe supercro

    abe supercro Well-Known Member

    Seedlings can start out under a 1000 watt light
     
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