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MaryJane101 started grow question 4 years ago
I popped my seed into a pot and then 4 days later it was a little seedling.
So I am looking at all these plants and it appears to be really slow to grow.
I don’t know why?
My Mary Jane 1st grow
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My Mary Jane 1st grow MaryJane101
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ShaggyGrower answered grow question 4 years ago
Seedlings and young plant like warm media to grow in. They like 22c+ . I've found 28c to be a happy place for them. Lower than 20c and you'll notice growth slow. <18c and it will crawl along. So 22-28c is best. Also, make sure your water is 22c-24c or you'll be cooling the roots and slowing growth when you water them. I got a heat mat recently for my Space Cookies (grow log on here) and it made such a difference I'm completely convinced they're necessary.

If they're buy an open window, perhaps put a dome over them to keep them ~28c with humidity ~60%.

But root temperature should not be overlooked.
ChillumMafia answered grow question 4 years ago
Through the window little light gets. and the 12-12 mode will be slower than growth
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! They’re asking for light! Growing nearby the window always result in slow growing twisted plants and poor yield. I’d recommend to buy a light or find them some great outdoor spots. I’ll be around, good luck with these babies!
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Most of the pictures you are seeing are from indoor plants.
The rate at which your plants grow depends on environmental conditions like: light hours and intensity (outdoors you don't get 18 hours of direct exposure), temperature (in the correct range 23°C to 28°C (73°F to 82°F) the growth is explosive, below that it slows down a lot).
See how your seedling is stretching? That means it's not getting enough light.
The one thing you can do is take care not to over water