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Autofloowering Seedlings about to die...need help

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Hey guys,

 

I have a few babies in a 50-50 perlite-moss soil under LED 90w they are 10 days old

 
The temp is ~25-6c temp and 45-55% humidity
I am feeding them water 2 times a day with root stimulator.
 
 
 
Some people have suggested that this is too much water, and I should leave them dry for 3-4 days to try to save them.
 
 
Any other suggestions for cause and eventual save plan?
 
Thanks!
 

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Hiho, Im not the expert around here...but soil seems way! to wet. And 2 times a day is maybe too much depends on how much u use every time^^

Maybe less water in the soil more in the air ?! Humidity could be higher I think. But just my 2 cents wait for more qualified answers :-)

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Definitely look to wet

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Yeahh...let them dry and gonna be oki..nice big pots...once a week 1L of water do the job(at this stage) :cool:

Keep Growing...

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It's been 4 days since I've watered them, the soil was completely dry, so I put a bit of water. Attached are the photos.

 

My question is. Are they salvageable? Or should I start over fresh?

 

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They not grow much for last 6 days....try just mist them by spray bottle...and use mineral water  from shop...some cheap 2L or 5L one...keep soil dry to push plants to look for a water and make nice root system..I wonder if your soil/medium  PH is  far off the road....and try blue light to veg...this pinky one isn't best at this stage...

Keep Growing...

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Seedling stage is the more sensitive stage considering watering, 2 times per day was for sure too much, 4 days withtou watering is too little water, the soil of your seedling must always be a little wet but not soaked, you never need to put big dosage of water for seedling, give them something like 2dl every morning so the soil always stays humid and they will do fine, when your plant is older and roots is settled strongly, you can start to give to the roots larger drying cycle because it is good for them, during all the germination stage i dont recomend too much drieness, or only for short periods.

 

Have a good grow

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Unfortunatly this batch didn't make. I have started over.

They are 9 days old, much better that the old one.

 

I have two questions

 

a) When should I start adding nutz

B) When can I move them to bigger pots and outdoor to eat on the sun.

 

Thank you all.

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