- Feb 7, 2013
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New grower here making all newbie mistakes, first one fried 8 of ten of my seeds. I made the mistake of planting non-autos late in season that I plan to grow outside. Also, germinated more seeds in paper towels and left them in too long, resulting in curly long tap roots that I gently crammed into the holes with tweezers instead of slicing open the pod and laying them inside. Now I have live sprouts in serious trouble, no idea how to save these girls. The two survivors are one fem non auto girl scout cookie extreme and one bergman's gold leaf. These two were planted June 3rd. The seedlings are skittlez. I am using Mars hydro 600w light 2 feet from seedlings. I have only growth mode turned on, 18/6. I am using coco buffered in cal mag, and Megacrop as my only other nutrient. Will I be able to move the heat shocked survivors outside? The tent is still too hot, 80 degrees average with 50% humidity. I only have room for 4 plants in the tent, should I leave the two survivors in there instead of moving outside? I am in Cali with unlimited outside grow room. How can a non lumberjack cool down a grow room? I have a carbon filter fan and an infinity inline fan I haven't installed yet. Thanks in advance for any suggestions on what to do to save Roberta (the gold leaf) and Toyon (the gsc extreme), not to mention their Skittle cousins!