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No not to young, obviously dont blow them over.

However ventilation is different to circulation

which i am talking about, open fans inside the tent

moves the air around. Where ventilation fans extract

and input air.

Hope this helps.

PEACE

Both are needed.

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D7 after transplant

D9 after soaking

Temp 20° to 25° night and  day 

Rh 60°  to 75°

 

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Hi @g22,

 

I see in the post of the 10 january that you say you dont ajust the ph but you will adjust later...  It is better that you ajust direclty from the begining to the end or you dont ajust the ph from the begining to the end. If you adjust one time and after that you dont adjust that make some trouble in your substrat ;-)

 

Your temp and humidity are great!

 

Good grow!

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@OG.Naj

Thanks but next watering iam gone adjust it to ph 6.5 and stay at that ph for watering because somwehre i read that at the begining the seedling  take the nut in the cotelidon so with soil that buffer ph i was thinking not important to adjust to the moment the first leaf coming and because of the mineral nut in biogrow i was thinking better to adjust for the few hours before the buffer of the  soil com in action but is just my theorie

 

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I just read that even in bio substrat the ph is important for micronut and need to be a littel acidic

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