New To Auto & Indoor

I know what I’m doing out side. This is a new endeavor. And I’m at a loss I think this girl is on the death train





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Looks to be inadequate lighting and perhaps a bit too wet. What are you using to light her?

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Ironically this all happened after I moved her under a 720w grow light by growers choice I think :thinking:

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Haven’t watered at all since initial watering of the soil even outdoors I try and prevent over watering around the plant. At least from what I’ve found outdoors in ground it helps push good root growth

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It won’t be the new light that is the problem. The problem was inadequate lighting before that, which caused the plant to stretch so much.

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10-4 that’s what I was worried about. That’s why when I got home from my last run I transplanted into my new grow space.

Any chance of survival?

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Best you can do is replant it and bury it up to its 1st node and see how it goes.

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Okay thanks like I said new to indoor and autos so I have absolutely zero clue what I’m doing :rofl:

You have some monster plants outside. Congratulations on that. Good luck on your choice with your seedlings. As you know they are pretty resilient so hopefully she will grow up big and strong

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I’m hoping so. I have a bioactive living soil with a ton of worms working the soil so if it stands any chance that would be from my outdoor experience it’s best chance of survival. And thank you I’ll be posting on the outdoor forms soon. But as of right now northern Maine is still a frozen waste land

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I start new indoor seeds under 24 hour lighting. That keeps that desire to stretch during the first days under control. Even a few hours of darkness on the first days and they will stretch out more than I like. Indoors is a different animal but not totally different. Nothing an experienced grower cant pick up quickly.

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Well we’re certainly going to give it an honest attempt

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