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  • dilvish
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    you need to provide more information...watering schedule, amount of nutes being used, room temp, humidity, type of light source, PH level etc.

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    I would quit spraying it with water no need to. Last thing i would raise the light it may try and stretch and don't feed it anything cause that is hot mix soil i think? Has nutes in it already?

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  • CaptainWiese91
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    Why is the plant all wet. ? Are you spraying the plant with water ??

    Don’t expect much in yield from that autoflower, if you already in week 4 with that size of plant. Sadly.
    If this was an auto it should have started flowering already. Which maybe have been blocked by the way you stunned it and/or it’s not an auto flower.

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  • William2600
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    Beginning week 4

    My blueberry auto flower has had a rough go. Initially I tried dwc in five gallon bucket bought the fox farm trio. Long story short I over fed and
    thus chemical burned this gal. So In an effort to save it, I moved into Coco loco (coco perlite mix) and it has recovered. However, there were branches and leaves were dead or dying and I trimmed those pieces. We now all this time has gone by and I’m developing pre flowers. It is positively tiny. As it appears to be close to flowering, is there any safe method by which I could stimulate new growth before it is too late?!!

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