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Bulldog8122 started grow question 3 years ago
Will a humidity dome help speed up recovery or will it have negative affects? Put random category since mine isn't listed. Plant was waterlogged so I transplanted it and want to know if a humidity dome will help recovery
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Alaskan Thunder Fuck
128 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 3
Leaves. Color - Pale
The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
Well there's a few things that I'am noticing here . According to your stats your in soil . The PH for soil mediums should be around 6.5 -6.8 right now your PH is currently set for a hydroponics set up . So I would firstly recommend that you fix that , the root zone for your plant is too hot and your plant will get burns because of it . Once you fix your PH the yellowing around the edge of your leaves should slow and then stop all together . When you raise your PH do it in slow increments because if you don't your likely going to send your plant into shock , going into shock at that stage of plant growth isn't good she will stop growing for a good while all together or possibly die if the shock is to great , so again raise the PH slowly. I would secondly try to raise the humidity to 50% or above I would not use your humidity dome at this time tho because your plant needs fresh air now (for the carbon dioxide) . When plants are young a lot of their uptake is done through the leaves . The ideal humidity for when your vegging is 50-60% and in flower you would start at 50% for the first 2 weeks then lower it by 5 % each until your flowering cycle is done . You lower the humidity during flower to reduce your risks of getting bud rot and mould . I would also suggest a rooting agent as well as a chelation agent to help your roots and plant get back on track recovering from the minor mistakes that were made, you can use a number of things to help facilitate this process I personally would use Voodoo Juice and B52 but anything like those products is fine ( it will recover without them just take a bit more time ) . All in all your doing well , just a few things you need to fix and then you will be rocking and rolling !!! I hope this has helped you understand things abit better :) ! -Happy Growing!
MUDBUG answered grow question 3 years ago
Roll u up a FATTY and forget about her for a lil while let her dry out use distilled water so u dont have to worry about PH and your ppms will be 100% accurate and i run both soil and coco with distilled and NO PH PROBLEMS ON THIS END:heavy_check_mark::heavy_check_mark::heavy_check_mark::heavy_check_mark:
mad_scientist answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello @Bulldog8122! Some humidity and a little warm is always beneficial for young seedlings but the plant will recover whether you put it inside a dome or outside. Happy growing ! :facepunch:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
It probably will not matter either way. You can only be patient and learn from this experience. For future grows, consider starting in solo cups (they really help with watering) and transplant to an adequate size. Good luck and much patience
CannaReaper answered grow question 3 years ago
Usually a humidity dome is used for clones. Since they don't have any roots when first starting, they need the high humidity in the dome to take in water. So no, I don't think it will help. You probably could have just let it dry out a bit instead of transplanting, but it should recover if left alone for a while.