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Wy_growz started grow question 3 years ago
Noticed one of my girls hasn’t really sprouted as much as the rest although the roots appear fine? (Touching bottom of pot) Could this be because it’s directly under the LED light or other issues causing stunting
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Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi , i will describe what i see. the cuttlings had that unsymmetric grow before, but you did not recgnize it because they grow more Dwarfy... that means they got more light.then they come to you and (so i think) your light was weaker(to far away) and they start to shoot in direction to the light. now you could see their irregular/unsymmetric grow.Their" growstyle" wont change. But you can give them more light/ put them nearer to the light. They will get more bushy
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi homie ! I think that it can be a lot of thing slowing her down at that stage. 1st it could be a little over watering, you can use the lift pot technique (hit me for more explanations). 2nd It could just be a genetic issue : this plant is just weaker than the others. 3rd It could be a ph issue that slow her down : check your ph , if it's not between 6.0 and 6.5 correct it (you can start at 5.5 for seedling and then slowly up it to 6.0).
But your plants looks like clones so maybe that cloned is simply not well rooted so it is now hard for her to recover lost time (but you can give her Rhizo longer than the others). I hope it will help you :+1::facepunch::grin:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Wy_growz! I don't think your issue comes from the light. Do all these clones come from the same mother? Otherwise it can be strain related. The air-flow could also be involved if she's in the middle of the tent. In this scenario I'd try to move every plant everyday so each one can enjoy light&air from different sides of the room. If she's not getting bigger/faster/stronger, you could try to increase the apex/light distance and see how it goes. Keep us up-to-date, and happy growing :facepunch: