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What is wrong with me yung Seedling

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by Fiete, Feb 2, 2018.

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    Fiete

    Fiete Active Member


    My humidity in the tent are 35% i belive the Dome is good than why you dont?
     
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    GeneBanker

    GeneBanker Well-Known Member

    Domes are great for cloning when you want to slow transpiration. When you keep your seedlings/plants in an environment that humid. Your plants wont transpire right bringing nutrients where they need to go. Prolonged exposure weakens the plants, invites pests, and mold and is all around bad practice.
     
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    Fiete

    Fiete Active Member

    I remove the Dome! Damm i want to do everythink right and i do more wrong lol... I water know the completly cup only 50-100ml ml are enough and the cup is full of water thats good... Know i water again when the cup is dry and Light.
     
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    Fiete

    Fiete Active Member

    The Dome i have 2 holes for air circulation is that Not enough air for constant humidity?
     
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    badmojo420

    badmojo420 Well-Known Member

    i had a weird seedling like that with funny looking crinkly leafs and its been growing out just fine. this is how she started. strain is DPS glueberry og and literally looked exactly like yours, just let it grow out and i think itll be ok. this particular one i topped it to try and shock it out of the funky growth lol. it still grows weird but its grown out fine as you can see. they are small because they are 12 12 from seed if anyone is wondering lol image11.JPG image1(4).JPG


    for comparison this is a dps glueberry og thats growing normal and not topped. image3(2).JPG

    and one side by side shot lol image4(1).JPG
     
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    iPerculate

    iPerculate Member

    Root zone temperature is more important than humidity for germination. Cuttings have to be forced to grow roots thus heating pads and humidity domes are often used.

    The tap root of a seed should have no problem without the dome as it happens in nature all the time.
     
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    Billiam76

    Billiam76 Active Member

    I have a hum-dome I germinate 18 at a time. To keep seed germ moist when it fist comes up because the first leaves have a thin membrane, between the proto leaves and the seed husk which if allowed to dry out may cause the leaf trouble unfolding to gain light; and in some cases cause deformed leaves and a weak and slow start.

    I always remove dome as soon as most poke up. Usually about Day 4-7 to not only keep mold at bay and to allow air circulation, But to allow ALL the light I pay for to reach my little darlings without interference from dew on my dome.
     
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    Billiam76

    Billiam76 Active Member

    Sometimes doing everything is too much,
    more is better until it isn't;
    more plants are better until they crowd each other out and make less bud, etc.

    Trying too many variables at one time leads to confusing cause/effect.
     
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    Fiete

    Fiete Active Member

    Good Morning guys...


    Please watch this picture humidity is with dome 54% thats good shit ore Not... But last days i dont open ist the holes in the litte tent thats why the humidity was to high.

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    Fiete

    Fiete Active Member


    Hey, i never do this dome in the paast! This time because the humidity is below 35% and temps 20 Celsius maybe Not the best... But you All right the high humidity is shit for seedlings i dont know why why i am Thing it is good lol

    But know the temps and humidity are perfekt 55% humidity 25 Celsius
     
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    iPerculate

    iPerculate Member

    You have had multiple people tell you to take the dome off, yet here we are again posting pics in a dome again asking if its ok. If you can't control the environment above 35%RH and 20C, then you will have much bigger problems in veg. You don't want to listen, i'm done here.

    Good luck
     
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    Fiete

    Fiete Active Member


    I take the Dome off and dont put IT again on top! I only try to find out how much the humidity goes up and after 1 hour 66% so to much... Sorry i cant speak good enough Englisch so i missunderstood somrthink
     

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