Is this over watering or to much nuits?

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    510grower510

    510grower510 Member

    I'm very new to this and just bought theses clones last Sunday. They were in rockwool and I transplanted into Dixie cups with 50%coco and 50% ocean forest. I'm concerned bc they look like they have either to much water or to much nuits. There 1st and 2nd feeding were with remo nutrients ( grow, micro, velokelp, magcal, 5ml per gallon of each, ph of 6.2). Does everything look ok or do things look a little off. I'm in a gorilla grow 5x5, 8inch hyper fan with carbon filter, spectrum king sk600, hurricane fan. Temp is 75,80 degrees, humidity is between 47%-57%
     

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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member

    They don't look bad. They don't look perfect but def not terrible.I have no knowledge on coco but from what I know ocean forest is a pretty strong soil on its own. Maybe let them get acclimated some more before feeding again. Also they look big enough to go into a new bigger pot.
    Cheers :)
     
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    510grower510

    510grower510 Member

    I just transplanted maybe 6 days ago. I was just going to water them with plain water until the 1st week of flower bc I heard that FFOF is pretty hot and you don't need to feed nuits until about the 1st week of flower.
     
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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member

    Sorry I didn't mean they look root bound and need to go in a bigger pot. Just two of them def look like they could. The middle and back left ones. Honestly they look healthy for being cuts 6 days in soil. I would stick to your plans with the water unless you see they need something.
    Cheers and goodluck :)
     
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    Jimdamick

    Jimdamick Well-Known Member

    I'd give them a week or so in the cups, and then transplant into their final pot (3 gallon?)
    They look pretty good though.
    If you continue using the coco/FFOF, you should start to feed lightly at 4 weeks.
    Good luck with your grow
     
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    510grower510

    510grower510 Member

    5 gallon
     
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    Jimdamick

    Jimdamick Well-Known Member

    I use as a rule of thumb 1 gallon of pot per month of grow, depending on strain, so for a 8 week plant I just use 3 gallon pots.
    I can fit more plants in a small area, and the plants don't seem to mind it.
     
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    510grower510

    510grower510 Member

    I will try that next go around. I just read...the lager the roots the lager the fruits. I'm trying to do everything legal so that why I'm going only 6 plants. I'm super new at this so I didn't want to have a bunch of plants lol.
     
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    Jimdamick

    Jimdamick Well-Known Member

    The root system will not really bind up in 3 months.
    Sativas, which on average is a 11/12 week plant, you might want to go with a 5 gallon pot.
    I've grown 6' plants in 3 gallon pots, and had great results as far as quality.
    They have a small footprint, so you can really pack them in also.
    Also, fuck that shit about 6 plants, grow as many as you can fit in your tent.
    The cops have better things to do than go around counting plants in a home grow :)
     

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