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    COCO COIR Help me please

    Please help me on 8 day ,my leaf colour is not green and is little

    It looks fine for 8 days. Please give more information when asking questions such as your light type and wattage, nutrients, and whether autoflower or photo period. It helps give a more exact answer.

    Your plant looks fine. Just don't overwater. You don't need a lot of water right now. Just 75-100 ml at a time. That's the biggest problem with little plants, you can always give some more but you cannot take it back.

    I use a spray bottle for watering when mine are small.

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      Looks ok to me.
      I use coco on my pheno hunts.
      You didn't mention if and what you're feeding them.
      Coco needs to be treated like hydro-you to have to feed them from the start.
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        Here is my day 8 baby (popped 7.17) I spray it with ph water and I gave it seedling nutes til run-off for the first time today

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          I think my plant is very bad. The first layer of leaves has turned yellow and grows in the greenhouse.sun 36°C,in coco ,ph 6.4


          • Puglover1
            Puglover1 commented
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            Are you feeding it? Coco coir needs cal-mag from the start, it has no nutes in it.

          • Tersky
            Tersky commented
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            Puglover1 is right, it needs cal mag from start and start feeding when first set of true leaves appear (which is what i see in those pics). Ph to 6.0 as 6.4 is a little high for coco and some nutes wont be be absorbed at that ph. Your plant is not that bad for it's age, but if you dont feed it and ph it correctly it will get bad.

          • gbauto
            gbauto commented
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            Looks right on track with just water.
            FEED IT.

          Yes, today I give it cal-mag,but it is on day11🥲🥲🥲


          • Puglover1
            Puglover1 commented
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            It needs nitrogen for veg and other nutrients, in coco coir. These grow fast, flower early, you have to get on top of it quickly.

          Alter ph to between 5.5-6.0,and second what everyone else says needs calmag and realy week nutrient solution,preferably added to the medium a day or 2 before you plant it but as youve gone past that now will be ok.Remember to use plain ph'd water inbetween feeds.
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