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she also looks a bit bloated to me aswell bro, maybe overwatered? You don't have to water that much with leds, takes ages to dry out sometimes.
 

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Don't begin that low. Get that light higher when seeds pop, then roll down to the eventual height for the remainder of the grow.
 

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Unless it is a very cheap/weak LED I would keep it at least 18" from your plant ...
It's a marshydro 300

Thanks I'll raise it a bIt
she also looks a bit bloated to me aswell bro, maybe overwatered? You don't have to water that much with leds, takes ages to dry out sometimes.

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she also looks a bit bloated to me aswell bro, maybe overwatered? You don't have to water that much with leds, takes ages to dry out sometimes.
Yeah I was wondering about that too
I tend to over do a bit when that young

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