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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Good man be careful

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  • Cunjo420
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    Right now Im clearing my backyard where cihckens were, since I am ilegall grower Im setting up slowly my outdoor space

  • SoOrbudgal
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    No sir i was inapproriate saying " cow shit soil " all is good. Best of luck with the grow, outdoors is my all time favorite for growing weed.

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  • Cunjo420
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    SoOrbudgal
    No worries... you replied to my posts last year also and tend to help me.
    I am sorry I took it as insult. It sounded like you mocking me.
    Yes I understand, but these are just starting cups so I didnt bother too much.
    My plan is to mix great medium when I transplant them directly in soil.
    Cheers

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Those do look good Cunjo420 the sun is powerful medicine it really does wonders. Love your cats i love all of natures plants an animals. I'm sorry if i sounded off about the cow shit so many grow without reading about soils for MJ. Now you know that stones like in our outdoor grounds help with drainage, it's so importaint not to get compacted soils. Good luck

  • Cunjo420
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    They are thriving now. Three of those look good and Im keeping them. If others survive great. Ty guys for feedbacks
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  • Cunjo420
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    @azorahai
    thanks for feedback. Yea I might have overwatered, I just transplanted them week ago I guess from cups to this little little pots. Ill add perlite and mix new soil when they grow a bit because I will put them directly in ground.- Today is sunny day and I checked plants. They actually look very good other that one in solo cup

  • Cunjo420
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    okay thanks, Ill add perlite when I transplant them intro ground

  • Tersky
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    They look like they are drowning. I would recommend adding perlite next time to improve aeration and drainage and only water when plant needs it. My method is the pot lift method. If i lift the pot and it feel light i water. If it still feels heavy, i dont. This prevents overwatering and forces the roots to "search" for water which creates a robust root system which in turn creates more robust plants and buds.

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  • azorahai
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    Are you watering them according to some schedule, or whenever the soil is dry? The soil does look a bit muddy, which could deplete the roots from oxygen (and plants this young are particularly prone to this kind of problem) and result in several different problems, including yellowing leaves.
    I wouldn't water them unless they are significantly lighter (pick them up after watering and you'll know how heavy they get vs. how light they are when dry), which could take anything from a day to almost a week depending on your climate. Keep trying to save the worst-off one, my biggest yield so far was from a plant that went through an even worse time than yours.

  • Cunjo420
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    fertilizer down below. Yes I could have possibly watered leaves with solution, did not feed anything in a week .
    Weather is rainy and chilly but I guess only 3 of them as you can see down below will be okay. one in cup and one with brown tips dont really show any potential

  • Cunjo420
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    azorahai @SpaceBound
    I've been feeding them this week ago but I stopped and now water only
    Left em on rain so it gets natural FLUSH
    I hope for best, might even plant some new seeds. I will probably keep 2 healthy ones and throw the others since they dont show too much will
    I understand soil looks dumb and not good. but Itss okay trust me, been growing last year

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  • Cunjo420
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    will post pics in a sec. not too much

  • azorahai
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    Are you feeding it hydroponic nutrients? The yellowing leaves look like nitrogen deficiency, and the white stuff on the leaves looks like leftover salts from a nutrient solution once it evaporates. Avoid wetting the leaves with these solutions, unless you're foliar feeding.

    Oh, and buy some perlite and mix it with your soil (I'd say at least 25% by volume) when you transplant them into larger pots. This will help the roots breathe and will prevent overwatering.

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  • SpaceBound
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    Any change?

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