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sebino started grow question 4 years ago
Guys, what do you think? I think there must be something wrong, The grow is stuck like this since day 3/4. Queen Dwarf I was way bigger after one week. Could be too much water? Is it worth it keeping on growing it or should I toss it? Cheers.
Poison XL Auto
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Poison XL Auto sebino
Green Poison Auto®
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Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey there so I just have a couple thoughts, a seedling that small in a 2 and a 1/2 gallon pot is pretty big if you're watering the soil thoroughly it will take a long time to dry out. Something about having less water in the soil forces the roots to grow and search for water. So possibly just moisten the soil around the seedling, not the entire pot otherwise add more drainage holes and up the ventilation. If you decided to use less water each time then put a plastic bottle over the plant to keep the humidity up, often the plants that don't have many roots yet take in most their moisture through the leaves. I have also read that the XL or XXL seeds often have a longer grow cycle then regular autos. Keep up the fight, don't give up! :v:
BADKUSS answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi,

I agree with the 2 comments above, it is advisable to start with pots of smaller capacity, because as said above the error is that if too much water the root system is suffocated by the overflow of water. humility which re-growth especially at this stage ...
I would advise you to leave as much as possible the dried earth and if you see no improvement, I advise you to start a new one because obviously a problem in the growth will be felt in the harvest ... a little like a child in poor health will do rarely an athlete ... hoping to help you ...
good luck
peace
CRiSPrGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
hey man actually seedlings don t like the medium that humid that long. Just make sure there is a clear wet dry cycle, and you will see the seedling be much happier ! hope this helps !
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
If you gave too much water then yes it will affect the development of the seedling. It is quite common when using a big pot to water in excess, that's why germinating in solo cups is so recommended. Wait for the soil to dry up, then you should see the seedling resuming it's normal growth.