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Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by NuttySlayer420, Nov 13, 2017.

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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    You did something wrong then.

    Forget all the silly stuff that pot growers do. Skip the paper towels and all that.

    Poke holes in cup. Fill with soil. Plant seed. Lightly water and leave them be. No domes. No spraying.

    You are over thinking it. Its a seed. It grows in soil.
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    moral of the story, if you are using coco you should be using smart pots if you are new. Period.

    my heart cries as I watch her drown. >:(
     
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    DrewKitten

    DrewKitten Well-Known Member

    I think it's probably not getting enough light at the moment given how tiny it is, and the over watering is probably causing the drooping. Hopefully it's not too late and she'll get big and beautiful soon
     
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    Lite

    Lite Well-Known Member

    More light and better airflow = higher rate of transpiration = shes growing faster = shes drinking more = you can start to water like a boss.

    until then, shes sad and drowning and you offer her a glass of water?:|
     
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    SPLFreak808

    SPLFreak808 Well-Known Member

    If your in the low 60's, thats a bit cold for seedlings & you may not want to set the pots directly on the floor.

    Not trying to tell you what to use but soil is also easier to maintain imo, worth considering if your trying to up your survival rate.
     
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    whitebb2727

    whitebb2727 Well-Known Member

    LEAVE IT ALONE.

    That's the problem.
     
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    NuttySlayer420

    NuttySlayer420 Active Member

    update:
     

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    Smokinr33

    Smokinr33 Well-Known Member

    Has it grown at all or is it just me
     
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    NuttySlayer420

    NuttySlayer420 Active Member

    ye
    its growing
     
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    NuttySlayer420

    NuttySlayer420 Active Member

    it has 4 new leaves on the corners and it also grew in its other leaves ontop of the first set but the cotolyn leaves or whatever their called has turn completly yellow
     

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    Smokinr33

    Smokinr33 Well-Known Member

    Looking good
     
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    NuttySlayer420

    NuttySlayer420 Active Member

    why is it still drooping and looking pale
     
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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    its just doing that to push and grow up man they move up and down as they grow i wouldnt call tht droop really
     
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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    looking at updated pics you need to give a very light feeding and should feed feed water in coco it has no nutrients the coco isnt like soil
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    update: devoloped either purple or brown on some of the edges and some of tips idk if its from cold temps slowly growin thoe
    will the plant fully heal
    its room temp is in the 70s now
    and i watered it this time with run off and the runoff was really yellow i googled that and it said something about salt build up
    i also changed from tap to filtered water
     

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    andy s

    andy s Well-Known Member

    that little dude is probably done, if it hasnt gotten better id start over. did you let it dry all the way out? and small plants dont need runoff they can drown fairly easily.. you shouldnt have any salt build up bc you havent been growing it long enough unless you over fed it everytime you watered. less is more when growing and they dont need saturated soil, they need a moist dirt and theyll be happy
     
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    andy s

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    and those brown tips are a lockout happening with one of the micro nutes i think, doesnt mean give it to it now you might still have a chance just let it dry and with tht water youre going to have to make sure you add calmag and other nutes at low lvls in the beginning of course but bc it doesnt have most of what tap does.
     
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    westcoast420

    westcoast420 Well-Known Member

    What kind of coco did you use? Did you flush it? You could just have a bad pheno, since you only did one seed you wont know.
     
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    jwreck

    jwreck Well-Known Member

    That shit starving, feed it with half strength nutes and leave it alone
     
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    NuttySlayer420

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    kk so i using coco coir 30% perlite i used this my last grow and it worked great i did give it 1 gallon of 6.0 phed water before using it i havent given it any nutes just using regular 6.0 phed water ill start giving it light nutes after next feeding to see what it does
    i water 1-2 days after the top dries out and by checking weight
     
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