Can anyone tell me if the color is off on these?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by DirtyDogs446, Jun 14, 2018 at 7:56 AM.

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    DirtyDogs446

    DirtyDogs446 Member

    I'm curious to know if the color is off on these they are kush Ryder about 2 weeks old they don't seem to be growing as fast as I thought they would. I have a couple soft white 9w over them then I also have a 1000w led panel above it. Output at the socket about 250. I started other seedlings the same time and they are booming but they are in a different area I just don't get it I water lightly when I feel they need it. Just started one quarter strength grow big and big bloom a few days ago.the other bigger ones are the ones in the other location that were started the same time they are just a different strain
     

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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    Why do you have multiple plants in the containers?
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    Companion planting..... everyone needs a friend. :shock:
     
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    hotrodharley

    hotrodharley Well-Known Member

    My experiences say this doesn't work the best.
     
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    DirtyDogs446

    DirtyDogs446 Member

    Because they are autos and I have been doing this and I have not run into a problem and for my space it works. But yes I know they should be in separate buckets
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    When I was young and very limited on where I could hide my grows I actually tried it a few times. I used some fem seeds and put them into a giant pot together. Pretty much every time I'd notice one of the two would be dominant over the other. Literally like they were fighting over resources in the soil. One would have nice big rock solid buds and the other would just struggle in every aspect. So I absolutely agree. Not the best plan of action. I do not grow autos personally so I can't speak about OP's exact scenario. I do know that having plants in their own pot even if the soil volume is less than the companion pot. The results are much much better. To each their own though. I still experiment with dumb ideas every year. I have a green house that I use just for trying new things. I'm actually having some huge success with an experiment I've been doing for the last 3 years. I also enjoy my experiments way more than my normal green houses. Keeps things interesting in our hobby.
     
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    DirtyDogs446

    DirtyDogs446 Member

    I can relate to this because last time I did it u could see the one was alot less matured then the rest
     

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