My First Grow. Bag Seed

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    SaHt420

    SaHt420 Active Member

    15269167000101701331732.jpg My First Grow 3 days old going well so far in my window for the moment plan on getting better lighting. Random bag seed I got hoping for female who doesn't though

    Any tips or tricks from some experienced growers
     
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    tiltswitch

    tiltswitch Well-Known Member

    Looking good, don't overwater or underwater. Get good light. Good medium. Re post in a couple of weeks and we will see where your up to
     
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    SaHt420

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    Thanks will do
     
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    SaHt420

    SaHt420 Active Member

    One week in
    More lights on there way temporary setup
    Bag seed planted may 18
    What is the whitish stuff on the very first leaves?
    To me it looks like water marks but idk
    Maybe a thin film over them
    Thanks
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    Ringsixty

    Ringsixty Well-Known Member

    Water marks.
    Probably, dissolved solids in your water supply.
     
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    SaHt420

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    Yea I didn't think about that if I'm right the water I use were I'm at is somewhat hard I know that is not necessarily a good thing but how will that negatively affect my crop
     
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    Silvio Dante

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    Take it from me it won't at all. The water is hard as nails in my area and my ladies love it. It's only what they'd get if they were growing outside anyway...
     
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    SaHt420

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    Alright cool cause that was one of the big things worrying me my water has a shit ton of calcium in tap so I have been using family members well
     
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    Pie Eye

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    A well might actually be worse, there’s usually a large amount of sulfates in well water that aren’t good for your plants.
     
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    SaHt420

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    So would it be better to use tap water that I know is hard with high amounts of metals
     
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    gjs4786

    gjs4786 Well-Known Member

    If you have a well, get a water quality report. if you are on municipal water, go to their website and read your water quality report. If it does okay as a seedling, it should do okay any other stage, so long as you keep the pH balanced.

    Edit: Congrats by the way on being a new dad
     
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    SaHt420

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    ??? Tf when I read congrats i didn't know what to think then I thought about the plant thanks and I'll look into it if not I'll just keep using what I got it seems to be working so far and if I end up killing my New Baby lol I'll learn from failure it's not like I spent any real money just a random bag seed
     
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    Pie Eye

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    I would say yes, but when in doubt visit a pet store that carries water conditioner for aquariums to mix in your water and let set for a couple minutes. It will definitely be better for the plants overall health.

    Make sure you airate the water too.
     
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    SaHt420

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    Alright thanks I'll look into it
    And how would I go about airiating my water? Like with a fish tank stone for air
     
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    Useful Seeds

    Useful Seeds Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    There aint nothing like growin yer own head stash!!! I have been doin this for over 20 years, every harvest is still exciting. I wish you the best.
     
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    SaHt420

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    Yea I can't hardly wait till harvest time and thanks
     
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    Useful Seeds

    Useful Seeds Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Startin off in the beginning is rough...but just be nice to yer plants, be sure not to over water em..leading cause of death is over watering with new growers. Feel free to pm me with any questions if ya need a hand.
     
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    Pie Eye

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    Yes an air stone is exactly what you need, it’s to help the conditioner bubble stuff up and out of the water such as chlorine, ammonia, bleach, and a bunch of other imputities that might be in it.
     
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    SaHt420

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    Alright thanks I'll be sure to ask when I run into problems
     
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    SaHt420

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    Yea I heard that letting your water sit out for a day or two is supposed to help with evaporating chlorin is that correct and another question I have a seed germed and i put it in soil and I moistened the soil but when I look closely I see tiny white worms I mean like almost microscopic in the soil. Are they gnat Lara and if so how would I go about getting rid of them?
    Thanks
     

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