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  1. I’m definitely going to grab a mirror now and promise myself that. If I had commercial intentions, I’d be dead by now!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. In regards to humidity, I thought you were talking about the new picture I uploaded. This particular picture you made reference to, there was definitely a humidifier on. I’m not by any means saying I am a professional grower. If I was, I would not have lost 4 plants. Don’t you think? Lol... but we live and we learn. I have 4 more new seedlings and they sprouted fine. Now hoping for the best. And using the bit of knowledge I have gotten from this very helpful community. Peace x love.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Good morning!!! Crazy how I lost that much seedlings. I was away for a while and had someone in charge. Came back and realised he gave them undiluted nutes. I am growing photo... The pot size is actually 5 litres. That plant was last watered 4 days ago. The water-like marks on the pot are as a result of accumulated watering overtime. So it’s stuck on there because it is a grey pot. I am very cautious with watering. I wanted to add some firmness to the roots, that’s why I have not watered for 4 days. But I will be, today. And lastly, there was no humidifier on at all. I had the plant on my window for a little sunlight. Because , I discovered that, sun treats them of many disorders. I live in a high building where humidity is almost always balanced without me having to put a humidifier on. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. All seedlings did not make it. Except for the gorilla glue. A true gorilla. Should I top yet? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Good afternoon buddy. Thanks for the response. It is well appreciated. I am sorry for not introducing myself. I will do that right after this reply. I am growing in pre-buffered coco coir purchased from biltong & budz. I bought a ph tester but I absolutely don’t know how to use it. So instead of using a wrong reading, I’m just watering with straight tap water which I know could be a big problem. I water every 3 days. The young plants have been given little or no nutes. And in regards to the pot size, I noticed that the ones in smaller pots are growing fairly faster than the OG in the big pot. I have spent reasonable amounts of time and money on these girls. I don’t want to lose them Tye Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Hi guys!!! Thanks for taking your time out of your schedule to read this thread. I recently started growing some indoor female genetic and I’m still a complete novice at it. The little plants are about 15 days old. I need as much assessment as possible. Is this the normal size for 15 days old plants? Am I missing something or should I just wait it out?? I *** The older plant in the picture is a lemon haze and she is about 64 days old and I’m not sure if I should start prepping it for flowering? I topped it earlier today and still looking out for results. I am growing in coco coir in a 150x150x200 cm tent. I also need someone to tell me if the leaves on all plants are looking healthy enough or has signs of deficiencies?? Any help would be appreciated!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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