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    Ive not used the t5's before mate but from what I gather you need them 6 to 8 inches above the plants. Just use a tape measure. So yes drop them down. How far away were they to cause the stretching in the first place ?

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    14 watt t5x2

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    T5's for the whole grow or just the seedlings.

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    Thanks for helping

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    Hi Donsh brother take a quick look at the beginning of my diary mate "link below" it will give you a bit of an idea on how long i use my T5 before moving on to my 400W MH, good luck and all the best bro'. G'.
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    Default Leggy stems

    Right was advised to get these into pots as they were getting leggy have done so,one plant fell over you can see it in the picture we planted deep to see if she can be saved any advice where do a go from here?

    What you guys think?

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    Thanks a lot G appreciated mate ��

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    Just for the seedings Gaz and then under a 600 watt hps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donsh View Post
    Just for the seedings Gaz and then under a 600 watt hps
    Ideal mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donsh View Post
    Right was advised to get these into pots as they were getting leggy have done so,one plant fell over you can see it in the picture we planted deep to see if she can be saved any advice where do a go from here?

    What you guys think?

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    Your doing fine brother just be careful with your watering and keep the picture updates coming bro' we will all chip in and help you along, all the best mate G'.

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    Hey guys there looking a wee bit leggy again do you think? What can a do to sort this don’t want them falling over🤔
    Oh and how often should a be watering?

    Much appreciated 😉👍🏻
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    If they are starting to get leggy again it's your light brother, describe your light to me mate, is it a 4 tube ? 1 tube ? mine's a 2' 4 tube and under that my seedling don't get leggy at all and grow nice tight nodes, when watering as long as the medium has good drainage i give them a good drink until a little comes from the bottom of the pot then i pick up the pot to feel the weight and i pick up every day and as soon as it starts getting to feel light give them another wee drink it is just something you get used to, as long as you have good drainage you should be ok but you never want them to be sitting in wet soil, ok get some pics up soon as you can bro' and we'll take it from there, G'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donsh View Post
    Hey guys there looking a wee bit leggy again do you think? What can a do to sort this don’t want them falling over🤔
    Oh and how often should a be watering?

    Much appreciated 😉👍🏻
    How old are they on this pic mate ? Might you need a stronger light ?

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    Anyone want to take this one on?
    Info Freako,

    There is no end to what I want to know.

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    The hps bulb is dual spectrum Or straight up hps?
    This interest me because I have a 4 day old seedling that's struggling under a 400w hps non dual bulb because Mr magoo has got a job part picking at amazon
    With that light you should have had bushes and not a twig
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    Is that 3+ months growth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Innerself View Post
    The hps bulb is dual spectrum Or straight up hps?
    This interest me because I have a 4 day old seedling that's struggling under a 400w hps non dual bulb because Mr magoo has got a job part picking at amazon
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    high pressure sodium bulbs are for flowering only,




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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterEnergy View Post
    high pressure sodium bulbs are for flowering only,
    Sorry what I meant to say was that in my hood I can have 3 different bulbs Mh for veg, hps for flowering or a compromise with dual spectrum hps for both
    Was just wondering how his 3 seedlings died and the one left standing is spindly and so was just trying to get an idea of what was going on

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