Discussion in 'Cannabis Grow Logs' started by kdmmontana, Jun 22, 2016.
Hey isnt it true that all autoflowers are crosses with ruderalis? If so then isnt my plant normal sized for its age?
Friggin love this thread
When i can afford im gonna do a very similar tek to get a small fat plant. Maybe some of that 9 lb hammer my work just got in . Thanks for all your knowledge guys. Cannabis is my job and my medicine, and mycology is my new favorite hobby thanks to some of you. Ill start a thread for you guys soon. I cant afford a grow setup right now. Time....
Thanks for the idea of mixing coco into soil. Still may try a coco based medium since i have so much from work and mycological hobbies
THank you for your support.
There we are, a new life is born into KD lala land Id lile to thank Redcat (honest to god man) who helped me understand the plants lifecycle.
This one I hope is female
I planted 3 more seeds
So I followed Redcats advice and got me a CFL setup A standard office light (7 bucks) and two 6500 K daylight bulbs from Calex!
Now people! A lesson well learned. If your cannabis plants dont shed their husks or get stuck with the husk on them you can CAREFÙLLY (this takes practice even) with a tweezer pick the husk away from the Condyleden leaves. Remember your husks MUST come off or the seedling rots.
This is a picture where I removed the husks. You can clearly see the difference from earlier pics.
It looks beautiful kd !
She /it grew fantastic!
NOW...my two darling plants go ate by bugs, but the bugs didnt win. I salvaged them thus so
Notice the eaten tap root of plant 2: It got ate by bugs.
So now theyre waiting for new soil and new containers but first they have to heal for a while..at least thats what I am hoping for.
Its all an experiment
With enough practice you can even use your fingers. But I have found that if you sow your seed a little deeper and press down (compact the soil above the seed) you will hardly ever have the seed lining stay attached to the cotyledon and restrict its growth. *When compacting the seed you allow the seed to expend a little more energy "pushing" through the soil, allowing the seed lining to rub off in the process.
sweet thread. Your plants look extremely healthy.
The taproots are toast. I would toss those seedlings and start fresh. *also monitor your soil moisture. I have found that seedlings like a good soak and then allow the soil to dry up a tad, that will send a taproot further down the container in search of H20. * Do you have fungus gnats present? This reminds me of some Lowryder #2 (outdoors) where I noticed small larvae of a fly enter into the tap root and eat it from the inside up the root. Bummer
Thank you very much Ive learned another thing today..welcome to the Myco family
Okay Ill start more seeds. I also noticed that the taproots are damaged.
Thank You. I am Happy to be here
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