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Sunshine

Organic Fanatic
#66
The main thing at this stage is that they're healthy and growing. In future I'd top the soil up rather than rebury them as during the first couple of weeks they are growing lots of fine roots and disturbing this process is something you want to avoid.
Things will go slowly or appear to for a few days now while they root nicely and then you will see rapid veg growth :)
 

FerretWrangler

Every day I'm Wrangling
#67
The main thing at this stage is that they're healthy and growing. In future I'd top the soil up rather than rebury them as during the first couple of weeks they are growing lots of fine roots and disturbing this process is something you want to avoid.
Things will go slowly or appear to for a few days now while they root nicely and then you will see rapid veg growth :)
@Sunshine what i meant was that i topped it up sorry i wasn't clear lmao no way am i disturbing these babies! I poured more soil on top and hand tilled it a wee bit to distribute perlite and whatnot.
 

FerretWrangler

Every day I'm Wrangling
#69
Ahhh that makes more sense :p
They look good to me, you'll be suprised how quickly they start to grow in the next couple of weeks :)
Awesome. How much /often should i water? They went from a part of a shotglass at the beginning to a little less than a fifth of a gallon apiece yesterday, and they still feel moist so I'm not watering today but i wonder if i could've watered them more yesterday? My well's ph is around 7.0 but i haven't tried to alter it since you said it won't matter as much.
 

Sunshine

Organic Fanatic
#70
Your water ph is fine and should work well (excuse the pun) :laughing:
No, you're much better off giving less water more frequently at this stage so I think you've done the right thing.
Your soil conditions sounds good, moist but not damp is ideal :sun:
 

FerretWrangler

Every day I'm Wrangling
#71
Your water ph is fine and should work well (excuse the pun) :laughing:
No, you're much better off giving less water more frequently at this stage so I think you've done the right thing.
Your soil conditions sounds good, moist but not damp is ideal :sun:
Lovely. From my past experience I'd be willing to bet the biggest one is a boy as they're bigger and more vigorous from what I've seen. I'd be fine with that if the rest are girls :)
 
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