first grow,, finally

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  1. Dec 1, 2014 #1

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    Good luck with the wee ones lovb!

    I'm gunna claim the comfy chair next to the bong! ;)
     
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    Good luck man.
     
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    i'll b posting as the progress continues
    so kick back get a brew n a joint,, n enjoy the Grow
     
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    what better one room for both Grow n Flowering or @ one for each ???
     
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    Unless you plan on watering those paper towels daily, may I suggest covering them with another plate? Paper towels dry out pretty quickly when exposed to air.
     
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    Congratulations LOvb. I like having a veg and flower room separate, but some people may do both. I will be staying tuned here...
     
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    on watering the plant when it first starts out in the 16 oz cup,, how long do i wait till sta giving it some nutrients ???
     
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    of course i will have holes at the bottoms,, but does it hurt to have a few around the sides ,, say half way up ???
     
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    IMO you'd want as little obstacles for the water to fill 100% of the as possible.. When it starts dripping out the bottom there's probably a lot of remaining soil that needs saturation. Side holes will just make that harder.

    C+Gv
     
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    subbed up for the ride.
     
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    WELL THt why i'm here,, need help ,,but trying to do as much as i can myself so i don't bother y'all
     
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    they all came out with the little tail,, so i have them in a 16 oz cup each,, n will keep the soil mosit as i can,, using a spray bottle,, so i don't drown my girls i hope ( Fem seeds i hope ) get all my seeds from Attitude.
     
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    hey im new here and i feel like everyones cool so just ask any little thing man.. "the only stupid question..." you get the idea. Rock on.

    Cheers and Good vibes

    +congrats on your 100% germ rate. :48:
     
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    how long do i fed these girl's with water ??
     
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    if the top of the soil is moist,, would mean things r ok,, n indid reD THt they like 90 to 95 temp ,, which it is in the grow area
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    when you transplant try to get some soil with perlite in it. i have to do the same thing when i do. where i live it is the off season for soil and the on season for christmas. **** you know where i'm at. peace
     
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    Water til it runs out the bottom and then maybe it will drink up some more. Then let dry. Don' t be misting the seedlings. 95 degrees? Way too hot. Don't worry about feeding for a while.
    Greenest of mojo to you lovb! I am glad you are growing.
     
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