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    hello all- it’s my first grow. Started with 2 NLA in soil outdoors smart Pots. Organics with perlite. I lost one hours after it looked healthy it wilted. This one seems to be doing okay. 6 days old. Any input appreciated I’m so nervous on watering. Giving small amounts daily due to so ca heat being in upper 90s. View attachment 253580
     
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    Hi Connie, welcome to MP...I can’t see your picture...how did you load it in? If you use the “Upload a file” button down at the bottom of your post window, it should work...When I click your link though it is declined...you might try giving them some partial sunlight as those hot summer SoCal sunny days can be brutal...
     
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    I resent photo. Thank you!!
     
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    Awww, it's a baby!
    Just give it lots of live and sunlight for a little bit until it gets established rootwise.
    When they are this young I don't do anything but make sure they stay alive, as long as you're using a good soil with light nutrients and lots of perlite to help aerate your soil it should be fine until it gets old enough to transplant.
    Right now it looks nice and healthy, just keep on as is and do some research here in the forums, you can learn a lot here.
    Good luck and Happy Growing!
     
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    Thank you so!
     
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    If you have the seeds, you might want to start a couple others, especially if these are not fem seeds. I always start my seeds in something like Solo cups and transplant when they outgrow the cup. I also use seed starting mix. A big chunk of bark, like in your soil mix can play havoc with a newly sprouted seed. You do not want your plants in too large of containers, especially while they are really small. It is just too hard to accurately know how much food and water you are giving them. I think your soil could benefit from more perlite, too.

    Introduce your plants to the sun slowly. Put them out in a shady place for a couple of hours the first day, a few hours more the next, then into a sunny spot for a couple of hours, slowly working up to them being out all day. They will not need food for a couple of weeks. What are your feeding plans?

    Your baby looks happy and healthy, but seedlings are tender...take good care of her.
     
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    Good morning. She is a female auto and I just ordered some new seeds and will keep them indoors much longer this time. Thank you so much!
     
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    She’s coming along 7 days. Any thoughts? Thanks all!
     
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    Here she is
     
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    Hopefully went thru this time. 7days NLA outdoors
     

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    day 10 of my NLA. Is she looking ok? When should I introduce Nutes? upload_2019-7-19_16-21-26.jpeg
     
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    Please help. What nuts should I introduce and when? NLA Day 11 in soil outdoors
     
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    Nutes lol!
     

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    Please respond day 12 when should I start nutes and can you recommend one. I currently have black magic bloom
     

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    I think you mentioned in your first post that you are watering a bit each day? Don't do that please. Cannabis likes a wet/dry cycle, they need to be dry before you water them. Not dry to the point of wilt, but when you stick your finger in the pot make sure you feel no moisture, then water deeply and allow to dry again. I promise. Welcome Connie, nice to have you with us. This is some fun stuff, growing pot. Enjoy and green mojo to you.
     
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    Probably don't want to give it any nutes just yet, it also depends on what your soil is and has in it...??
     
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    They’re still going!!!doin good you are
     
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    Does she look small for12 days?
     
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    Does she look small for 12 days?
     

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