Autoflower Barney Farm Blue Mammoth Problem

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by darkknight8425, Dec 2, 2012.

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    darkknight8425

    darkknight8425 Member

    I planted around a month ago and this is all I have to show for am I doing something wrong? The soil is Fox Farm Light Warrior and it is a CFL grow. Any suggestions or advice is greatly appreciated. photo.JPG
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    Agito

    Agito Active Member

    over water and light to close
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    Rizzo00

    Rizzo00 Active Member

    I'm sorry to say that you need to scrub that girl and start over. Imo! I have a small auto but....that i dont think is worth saving. What were you watering with and how many cfl's?
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    darkknight8425

    darkknight8425 Member

    Watering with distilled water and 8 Cfls
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    darkknight8425

    darkknight8425 Member

    I have the lights like 4 inches away. I didn't want the plane to stretch. I try to water every other day. But I will cut back to every 3rd day
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    Rizzo00

    Rizzo00 Active Member

    Too much water. Are you measuring PH levels? They might be really high or low. Do you know the temps? In a box or closet or somethin g??
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    darkknight8425

    darkknight8425 Member

    It's in a closet. I'm measuring 6.8 ph temperature is 75 degrees.
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    Rizzo00

    Rizzo00 Active Member

    Next time try keeping between 5.8-6.2. Thats what i do and most others as well. Were you using nutes also? I dont feed mine with nutes until they start to show sex which is usually 3, 4 weeks.
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    THE KONASSURE

    THE KONASSURE Active Member

    Something has caused that plant to not develop much in the way of roots

    Auto`s are funny you can use a small pot and the plant will grow according to root size

    If that`s a month old and it`s that small then something has caused the root`s no to grow.

    Personally if I was just growing one plant I`d germinate 3 and pick the best looking one and throw the rest away or what ever.
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    Rizzo00

    Rizzo00 Active Member

    Could just be bad genetics! I forgot i got one of these as a freebie this yr and it did alsmost the same thing. It grew about an inch over 2 wks with no new growth, then turned yellow so i yanked it. Shook it off as a dud! Barneys is kinda hit and miss from what i hear.
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    darkknight8425

    darkknight8425 Member

    Ok thanks for the help man.
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    aCiDjEsUs

    aCiDjEsUs Well-Known Member

    Don't mean to be a dick, but for grows in soil you should keep your ph at 6.5 or as close as possible ;)

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