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01-07-10, 06:31 PM
ive germinated 4 seeds ( bubblelious) in jiffy pellets there around 3-4 inches tall ive got them in a small propergater they have there first set of proper single leaves and the start of the next leaves , anyhow i put the prop in my tent a week ago and they never grew any more i was using 4 T5 florescent i have vertical in the corners of tent and is become apparent ( by my friendly grow shop owner) that they need to be a lot closer to the light so instead of rigging it all down i bought a 125w cfl and got that down around 4-5 inches from seedlings question is should i still have the lid on the propergater or what ? ive been spraying the jiffy pellets with plain water when almost dry out , my plan was to wait untill the roots are bursting out of pellets and stick them in the clay pellets (wilma ) looks like ive lost a week here seedlings still look ok , do you think i could of caused them any harm? :confused:
01-07-10, 08:02 PM
hi mate..keep the lid on and just make sure you spray them a few times a day.you can use formulex to spray on the foilage to help them along.keep the light about 4 to 6 inches above.look here
my clones (http://www.thctalk.com/cannabis-forum/showthread.php?24873-clones)
01-07-10, 08:58 PM
thx m8 very helpfull
03-07-10, 03:37 PM
Yes mate keep the lid on and the humidity good. Gradually open the vents to allow more air in as the plants grow so the stems start to harden.
I remove the lid completely after the stem changes to a darker colour
04-07-10, 10:53 AM
thx m8 the cfl has done the trick leaves have started to grow again and roots have started to grow out the pellet there a little bit lanky sprayed some water on them and one of them collapsed under the wieght of the spray stuck a carboard tube around it seems ok now dont think am getting much humidity though i am running air intake and outtake this may be the reason think am going to leave them for a few more days yet untill there roots coming out the 4 of them then put them in my wilma
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