I'm calling it OG Fry

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  1. LuckOfTheFryish

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    I found a seed so I planted it. Right now it's about a month old. At this point I still can tell the sex but I named it Basil Fawlty.
    The first 2 pics are from the first couple days after I noticed it sprouted and the rest are from yesterday.
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    Bathilda is looking happy (hoping for a girl)
     
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    liking the 3 leaflet leaves
     
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    Here's a few more pictures I took this morning. I think in the next couple days I should be able to tell if it's male or female.
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    *It's grown noticably since I took those pictures this morning. Will have more in a few days*
     
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    Here's some pics from just now. This is day 36 from when I noticed it had sprouted. Maybe I was a little anxious about the pre flower and letting myself see what I wanted to see. I tried to get some close ups . Still don't look like normal leaves to me. :Shrug: . Any input, as always, is appreciated!
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    og strains have 3 leaves sometimes
     
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    I have no idea what strain this actually is. Found a random seed and grew it. It's just fun to name it stuff. Milkshake kush was a top contender.
     
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    I do have a question for you pros out there. The plant is on day 36 total and day 16 since I transferred it to the pot it's in now with fresh miracle gro potting soil ( pic below) . I also got some miracle gro liquid indoor instant plant food (also pictured below) I'm guessing one squirt of food ever week or two will be fine, but when should I start using it? Is the plant still too young? Or will it be getting too many nutes being in this soil for only 16 days? Neither the bag or bottle really have any instructions so help is appreciated!
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    The tri-leaflets are typically due to under developed or still developing root mass. On rare occasion it can be genetic, but it's seldom. It is a part of the root to shoot ratio. Don't feed it yet. Miracle grow is a really strong soil and contains Mirac-acid. It'll take a while for it to flush out. Right now the roots are having trouble dealing with it most likely. If you have the ability to PH test and adjust your water try and hold it at or within a few points of 6.0 at room temp. When you do feed make it really weak, maybe 1/4 the directions or less. It's not burned so it's not doing too bad at all. She'll come around in no time. :bigbone:
     
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    The food I got is an instant feed. No mixing. Says one squirt every week or two and two squirts for pots over 6". I can add some carbon tomorrow to even out the pH.

    I was going to use ashes/charcoal from clean wood. About how much do you think I should mix in? It's in a 6" pot right now.
     
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    Ah I missed the no clear directions part lol. Yeah, it's strong too. I'd still hold off feeding for a while. I wouldn't even worry too much about the ph the more I look at it. The soil may be evening it out so amending it may not be a good idea yet. She's young so my guess is roots are still developing. They may be slowed a bit by the strong soil, but what will really make the difference is watering habits. Let the soil dry until the pot is really light when you pick it up. Then water slowly and gently in stages. No dumping and running. Spend time with her. Don't bring the soil up to 100% capacity but enough to make the pot heavy. It should take a few days to dry out again unless there's a lot of heat and/or air movement. Keep that pattern up until the final week or two of flower and you'll do fine. It all starts at the roots. :bong3:
     
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    I water it just about how you say. Usually takes about 5 mins for me to water just the one plant. And it's always in a window sill so it does get a lot of air and some warmth. Usually water it every 2-3 days. I was going by the feel of the soil about an inch down
     
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    It'll be the bottom few inches if grief starts typically. If the pot has big enough drain holes you may want to check those to make sure that portion is dry. Otherwise I'm actually surprised you're not having real issues with the soil lol. Most people have a hell of a time with MG. I did ok with it back in the day for my first few grows but then I ended up feeding it too soon. Massive lockouts. Ugh :facepalm: It was a long time ago. Longer than some are old lol. I'm sure the product has improved over the years, but I'm total organic. Make my own everything.

    I think you should just stay on coarse and let her gain some age. :getstoned:
     
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    I read the soil works really well but if you feed it to soon it can burn it. So figured I'd ask around before adding anything . I'll stay on course and keep the updates coming
     
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    Day 37 and no real change. Just some more veg growth. But since I'm here posting I guess I'll put up more pics at the bottom. But i really wanted to post cuz I got it's new home. A 5 gallon bucket and I put a 1.5" drainage hole at the bottom and three 3/4" holes around the side about and inch up from the bottom.

    Would it be too early to transplant it to the bucket? I was thinking it would give the roots more space to develope and hopefully make the growth better. I also planned to add a bit of carbon if I move it to help balance out the pH and hope that helps the roots as well. Any thoughts on this?

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