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DWCGreenGrower started grow question 4 years ago
Everything looking good to be less than two weeks?
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Week 2
Techniques. Defoliation
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Thegermling509 answered grow question 4 years ago
Looking good. So are you trying to make seeds?
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
You're doing great !
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Looking great! As others stated, before me, humidity could be a bit higher-but honestly mine doesn't seem to grow any slower or faster (that i notice) in the range of about 50-65%. One thing I wanted to mention was that it looks like a veg light is on-i would be careful of how much standing water/drops are on the top leaf surface when strong UV lights are present. It will act as a mini magnifying glass. This one looks healthy enough that it probably won't hurt-but i killed one recently and couldn't figure out why-i was experimenting with foliary sprays and found out that little tid-bit from an old-timer ;)
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
The plants looking good, I see your day/night temps are the same is that a mistake? Also yes up that humidity if possible, add a bowl of water to the grow room if needed just to try sending moisture around. If you're only at 2 weeks you can probably get by without adding to your solution, but it'll most likely need it soon. A small dose boost can always be a good thing as long as you dont over do it.
Happy growing to you. Great start!
Black_Magic answered grow question 4 years ago
One thing what we really control is veg time !
Give her two weeks more
need more canopy
FlavoursUk answered grow question 4 years ago
I agree with Guerilla up the humidity to around 60%.
ScarfaceGuerrilla answered grow question 4 years ago
humidity is to low, the plant will grow faster when you keep humidity at 70% in veg, 40% is for last weeks of flowering- keeps bud root away and makes buds more dense and hard
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Looking good. Although get the water temperature below 68°F to prevent root problems