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Organic Autos Grow

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1 year ago
Indoor
Room Type
Soil
Medium
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Grow Conditions
Week 5
Vegetation
30
inch
cm
Height
11.81
inch
cm
Height
20 hrs
Light Schedule
26
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
79
°F
°C
Day Air Temperature
6.3
pH
55%
Air Humidity
Weak
Smell
20
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
68
°F
°C
Solution Temperature
23
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
73
°F
°C
Substrate Temperature
22
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
72
°F
°C
Night Air Temperature
5.28
gal
l
Pot Size
20
gal
l
Pot Size
60
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
23.62
inch
cm
Lamp To Plant Distance
0.2
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
0.75
gal
l
Watering Volume Per Plant Per 24h
Nutrients
Commented by CrazyDiamond CrazyDiamond
1 year ago

The down side of RO water, it's lack of microelements. So the plants start to show some trace elements deficiency. I've detect it as a manganese deficiency. To solve the prodlem i bought CannaTraceMix.

Grow Questions
CrazyDiamond week 1 started grow question 2 years ago
I have some germination probllem, after few days in glass of RO water pH 6.8 with few drops of BioRhizotonic, VoodooJuies, Tarantula & B-52, the seeds get opened, so you can see the white tip of root starting to pomp out, but its doesen't grow any farther this stage and start rot
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Techniques. Defoliation
Athos answered grow question 2 years ago
Plant them, they are not supposed to stay in water that long.
CrazyDiamond week 2 started grow question 1 year ago
I have some germination probllem, after a day in glass of RO water pH 6.8 with few drops of BioRhizotonic, VoodooJuies, Tarantula & B-52, the seeds get opened, so you can see the white tip of root starting to pomp out, but its doesen't grow any farther this stage and start rot.
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Techniques. Defoliation
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HighTV answered grow question 1 year ago
Hey there @CrazyDiamond. This question is still open so I take you are wanting more information? I see the BCNPowerPlant#2 seedling and its brown tipped taproot that are referencing. Im the majority of these situations where the seedling succeeds to break and the taproot is on its way out failure is caused by the environment as apposed to genetics. It looks highly probable than an environmental condition caused this seedling to not survive after breaking free. This could be many things, however given that your other seeds split just fine I will focus on just a few possibilities that are likely. Most likely scenario is that light was able to reach the taproot and inhibit its growth. Second most likely scenario is a change in temperature that shocked this little guy while it was breaking out. It appears you are using paper towels to germinate - I would highly recommend germinating directly into the soil to increase chances of success vastly. Even little seedlings have a directional sense called Geotropism and can find which way is down just fine! Hope I helped resolve your questions CrazyDiamond! Feel free to ask me anything else you had in mind! :sunglasses:
SensiSmellYahLater answered grow question 1 year ago
Personally I think the issue you may be having is a very simple one and I'm happy to help. Firstly it's important to note that Cannabis prefers a PH in between 5.5 and 6.5. (Though you really want to swing for 5.8 - 6.2 for your PH). The best way to germinate seeds is ideally the way nature intended it to be. You want to replicate the circumstances for which seed germination happens in nature. Seeds typically germinate in nature by being dropped off the plant naturally or being placed in the an area by animals doing natures work for us. The conditions that the seeds normally germinate in piles of leaves on the ground. The environment that this takes place in is one of great humidity and darkness..... most importantly to note.... no nutrients/soil. Just regular water typically derived from humidity. The best way most people replicate this is a dark Tupperware container with an air tight lid that has a moist paper towel in it to simulate the conditions of wet leaves on a forest floor. Once the seeds germinate in that environment it is then important to gently place them in a pot with soil very gently as to simulate what would happen in nature where the plant would slowly root itself in the soil/leaf pile and reach up towards the light breaking. Granted there are other methods for doing this that are much more 'cultivar' if you will, but we aren't interested in being fancy... just getting the job done and doing it in a way the plant is going to understand whats going on.
FREE_HONGKONG answered grow question 1 year ago
the rhiz raises the PH and the nutes have some sort of sugars in them which makes the bacteria come, that plus the light which is really bad for the early germination means they pop but get taken over by the bacteria... germination is stressful ! :rocket:
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Mrs_Larimar
Mrs_Larimar week 5

Looking good, good, goood