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Purple Bud Fem Auto Balcony

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    Posted: 25 May 2018 at 10:45
Just when things appear to be chugging along, trouble in paradise.
Details in this post in the Growers Emergency Forum.
Looks like too much water and too little oxygen to the root tip.






Moved it to the larger pot with perlite and hydroton, the fan leaves appear to be growing a lot slower than expected.
Here's hoping it swings back to happy, getting a bit worried.
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Hi, I've been a lurker here for a while and now it's time to share a grow story.
Please do chime in, any feedback is appreciated by neophyte growers.

A single White Label Purp seed was placed in warm wet tissues to germinate.
It popped in 24 hours and had 1.5 inches of growth in 48 hours.

Moved the seedling to a coco-peat/hydroton net pot under a 18/4 cycle 50cm from a small CFL.
The pot is misted well once or twice a day and is covered with a glass jar to keep humidity in.

Once she's ready for sunlight, I'll place the net pot deep in a much larger garden pot filled with sterilized Perlite and Hydroton.
There's been a tendency to over fertilize in the past and this time the aim is to underfeed but never overfeed.

This is her, 4 days after germinating from seed:


Lanky girl! Some air circulation is in order, and perhaps a re-location of the seedling CFL.

Once a few fan leaves appear, it'll move to a window ledge facing south.
Will keep a close eye on it, the temps are pretty high right now with very low humidity as usual.
But there's sunshine at the moment which is nice before the monsoon kicks in and keeps it cloudy and overcast for months.
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