Well, my first grow is still going, but my plants are not growing very well. With what I have learned in just the short time of starting it, I am starting over again. I would appreciate any and all advice from you folks. This is a lot more complex than I expected. In the pic, the two on the left are two days in, the right three.
BTW, these are sunset sherbet.
Got pics or post of your first grow? Can’t learn from mistakes, unless we know what they were.
Are these growing as the should? - #18 by Covertgrower The title is the thread.
@prostock can’t tell, but they look a little dry. If so, try misting them with clean water, tops and bottoms of leaves. Be careful not to overwater at this stage though
Silly question, but I have searched the site and can’t find the answer. Is there a listing of what some of these abbreviations, like FFOF mean? Us newbies don’t have any idea what that is.
I don’t like abbreviations without explanation either. FFOF is Fox Farms Ocean Forest potting soil. You might also see FFHF which is Fox Farms Happy Frog potting soil.
Thank you @CMichGrower
Well, this is what they look like today. Surprisingly the smallest one in the large bag was one of the first two to come up. I dug it out to see the roots and that’s what the one picture is. Why are my plants so small? Good light, soil, etc.
Are they in the ground yet?
They are in the grow bags as shown. Happy Frog soil.
@Covertgrower, any words of wisdom?
They’ll make more roots, then they’ll take off. Give them about a week.
Here’s what they look like today. The smaller ones are from my first attempt. I am going away for a few days, but if the little guy doesn’t perk up soon, one of the larger ones will take her place. @Covertgrower
Sometimes you get a runt. I have one currently too. Northern Lights slacking.
Here we are a little over a month in. They look small. Should I be removing the lower leaves? Time to top?
You can. They’re big enough.
Here they are today. I topped the one on the right. Going to wait to see how it reacts.