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    Alrite folks see after the first 2 wee leads come out before the first to hash leafs what time should you keep that on i should really say seedling stage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivana_Groweed View Post
    Alrite folks see after the first 2 wee leads come out before the first to hash leafs what time should you keep that on i should really say seedling stage

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    Pics says it best suppose

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    24-7 IMO .... as much light as possible.

    Or do you mean remove the Cotyledons??? If so, whenever or not at all. Makes no difference, they serve a purpose and die off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper114 View Post
    24-7 IMO .... as much light as possible.

    Or do you mean remove the Cotyledons??? If so, whenever or not at all. Makes no difference, they serve a purpose and die off.
    Cheers mate i have been just reading into the 6/2 Light cycle for vegging so going to give this a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivana_Groweed View Post
    Cheers mate i have been just reading into the 6/2 Light cycle for vegging so going to give this a try

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    What is 6/2?

    Just blast them with light. (Within Wattage reason). 24-7 for me.

    I grow autos, so every second counts.

    If photos, you can do as you please till you are happy to flip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper114 View Post
    What is 6/2?

    Just blast them with light. (Within Wattage reason). 24-7 for me.

    I grow autos, so every second counts.

    If photos, you can do as you please till you are happy to flip!
    Basicly it's saying that a plant can only take in a so much light in the 18 on 6 off and can stress it people are saying well this article I have read says that keep them on for 6 and 2 off while vegging and it gives your plant small intervals to process the light and be ready to catch more I have read it on a few forums aswell it's saying it's benifical for smaller spaces where heat can be an issue so let's give it ago lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivana_Groweed View Post
    Basicly it's saying that a plant can only take in a so much light in the 18 on 6 off and can stress it people are saying well this article I have read says that keep them on for 6 and 2 off while vegging and it gives your plant small intervals to process the light and be ready to catch more I have read it on a few forums aswell it's saying it's benifical for smaller spaces where heat can be an issue so let's give it ago lol

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    Never noticed a difference when I have grown seedlings in my bedroom and turned off the light at night. Just slightly behind relative to those 24/7.

    Reckon it is heat / humidity IMO. Being so young and having under developed roots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper114 View Post
    Never noticed a difference when I have grown seedlings in my bedroom and turned off the light at night. Just slightly behind relative to those 24/7.

    Reckon it is heat / humidity IMO. Being so young and having under developed roots.
    It's defo worth a shot as I have a small space just now I will give it a week and see how it goes let you no man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper114 View Post
    Never noticed a difference when I have grown seedlings in my bedroom and turned off the light at night. Just slightly behind relative to those 24/7.

    Reckon it is heat / humidity IMO. Being so young and having under developed roots.
    Aswell mate this has been looked at 245 times if there was nothing to this 6 n 2 the OGs would of had there say possibly of had a slap

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