Dwarf plant / Impatient / issues I don’t see?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by OscarZulu, Dec 8, 2018 at 2:38 PM.

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    OscarZulu

    OscarZulu New Member

    So this is my second time ever growing. First time was three years ago I grew a bag seed outside and I got about 13 ounces off it. I believe it was mostly Sativa. Anyways, so now that it passed legislation in Michigan I decided I would take up the hobby again since it’s fun. I ordered some critical mass seeds from ILGM and I started growing. Only one of the first three I tried to germ were successful and that is the plant you see here. The plant sprouted out of soil on the 14th of November, so today would be day 24. I started in a solo cup and have PH’ed to 6.3-6.5 for every watering. I transplanted about a week ago out of the small solo cup it was in, I feel it may have been too early, but it was done. I am positive I am not overwatering this time, and I have only fed it toot growth which is a 0-0-.10 feed twice and a mixture of general organics once. Light is sitting about 18” or so from plant with two 45w 6500k CFLs on each side. I have a steady airflow coming in and leaving with the help of the 190cfm in-line fan, though I am making sure it is on low setting to avoid TOO MUCH negative pressure. The temp is between 77-81 in the daytime and 70-72 at night. RH is up and down, but averaging around 40%. The LED light is a 500w aquarium light that has had some more red less thrown into it to make it more suitable for growing cannabis. Actual wattage from wall is 210w. Anywho, I just was wondering if this is what you would expect for size on an Indica dominant strain at day 24. I have seen some other threads that are making it seem like maybe something went wrong in my grow. Also, I did top yesterday on node 5. Let me know and hello to everyone.
     

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    OscarZulu

    OscarZulu New Member

    Also, using fox farms ocean forest at a ratio of 70% soil 30% perlite
     
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    OscarZulu

    OscarZulu New Member

    Anyone? Just looking to see if you would consider it normal.
     
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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    Plant looks fine. Maybe a little small but it will take off once the roots grow out. That soil will keep it happy for awhile so don't go dumping a bunch of stuff on it. That's usually where new growers go wrong and end up messing up their plants. That plant looks healthy so just keep doing what you've been doing.

    Good luck.
     
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    OscarZulu

    OscarZulu New Member

    Thank you xtsho. I’m sure I’m just worrying over nothing at this point. I know they literally hit growth spurts at different times so I will just be patient
     

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