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tampert started grow question 3 years ago
I think I planted the Bubble Kush to early outside. I have the feeling that she stays very small. Is there a way that I can give her a boost?
Outdoor mix 2019
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Outdoor mix 2019 tampert
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mr_green_thumb_ottawa answered grow question 2 years ago
you can try building cage around then try adding organic supplement like (sea weed extract) (B1) or tarantula/piranha/voodoo juice that will boost her up
Majormolasses answered grow question 2 years ago
Support her as best as you can so it can worry about growing up and not trying to build for staying up right you can do lots of tricks honestly there are boosters for that or even naturally accruing things as well.
NekoSama answered grow question 2 years ago
It's like tomato's.
Plant em early, you only risk them dying early. Otherwise they'll grow (outside) on a natural timer mixed with conditions. She'll get bigger (if she is the type to do so, but that's a different discussion) as long as she stays alive. Keep her going strong and she'll produce a worthy harvest!
Happy growin' y'all!
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Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey there, so some of these plants will stay small naturally regardless of what we do. But if your temps are getting low the best thing you could do is cover her at night, and even possibly a transparent daytime cover also. Try to make sure she gets as many direct sun hours as possible, defoliate her bottom of anything staying shaded to make top buds bigger, and then maybe a light nutrient feed occasionally, also adding in natural sugars like molasses can help bulk a plant later in flowering (most bottled brands just contain molasses, so you can get that cheaper straight from the grocery vs the hydro type stores).
Love the outdoor, keep up the nice grows.:v:
GreenHouseLab answered grow question 3 years ago
If cold weather was the case then it's most likely you would have stunted growth. The best thing you could do is not over feed nor over water to try and over do it. Time and nice weather will get this girl growing with time. Best of luck!
BarrieGrower answered grow question 3 years ago
I had the same problem, put them out too early and they were slow.

I would just say be sure to water and add the proper amount of nutrients. The plant should come around.

Good luck and happy growing!
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Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Try to protect them from the elements as best you can. Maybe a canopy or a half shelter. Also see about adding some humic and fulvic acids to your feed schedule. These will help your plant react to stress, uptake nutrients and effect water retention within the plant. Good luck and happy growing !!:four_leaf_clover::muscle:
LongJohn420 answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi there! Maybe you could by a tomato cage and try that out. also good PK boost when going to flower to max them bud sights.. Happy growing!
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @tampert! The great outdoor is a wild environment, even when it's your backyard, plants have a few challenges to face: sun fluctuation, pests, wind, hot days, cold nights ... You are right, waiting a few more days would have been a good thing for your smallest seedlings. Now that she's already outdoor, you can try to protect her against rain and storms by building a tomato-roof or a small DIY greenhouse, you can also think of a good pest prevention strategy, by spraying your plants at night (black soap, neem oil, crushed garlic, and some essential oils like peppermint or lavender) in order to repel predators. Now about the wind, I would recommend to buy her a canopy ring, to support stems all around the plant. These strategic elements, as well as a good feeding schedule, will help her to become a strong and proud lady. Hope this will help, keep us updated and happy growing! :facepunch:
DILLIGAF answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi there mate Is there any way you could construct something to protect her from the cold nights
Such as a small frame with a clear plastic cover or something along those lines.
This could possibly give her the boost your after with the extra warmth created as a bonus :smiley:
Best of luck hope Ive helped
Hellishjam answered grow question 3 years ago
Might be the colder temps at night slowing her down or she could just be a short pheno. I have 2 great white sharks way behind all my other plants, I did notice that they were 4 days behind when germinating and almost tossed em away. You can try a small feed of bottled nutes or dry amendments. I would say once it warms up at night she’ll prob take off. Could also be where you have them looking a stone walk way so the soil there might be pretty hard and compact. Good luck!