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hello iam currently doing my first little grow with 3 autos in a 50x90x5.5 ft tall space, in 3 gallon fabric pots,using bio bizz lightmix,under a kingbrite qb288 lm301b 240w full spectrum led,will be using mega crop nutrients at around 2-3 weeks, the temp sits around 22-25 degrees during the day at 75 humidity and about 18-22 at night with 50-60 humidity, iam also using still water brought from shop has a base ph of 7,3 and ppm of 90 i have lowerd the ph to about 6.2 and waterd 2 times with maybe a litre of water just wet the soil and have sprayed with water ever so often to raise humidity they are currently only 3 days old 1 of them with rapid growth (did have little longer in germination) and had a bigger tail then the others once planted. 1 of the seeds decided to grow upside down with tap root sticking out of the soil so i had to do some surgery if you can call it that ahaha all looks ok to me as a newbie I THINK just want to confrim :) my light is dimmed down to the lowest setting (not sure on the wattage) and sitting 21 inches away i will slowly brighten the light every other day once i see them ALL pop out a little above the soil my seedling thats has grown the most hasn't quite grown leaves yet looks a little weird to me (as shown below) or its just me maybe or is it just sooo young and me being a little impatient thanks for any feedback and will keep updated :) (them pictrures are from 2 days ago have grown more) 17th of may is start :)

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Gonna replace the lost seed ? Always sucks when it happens but space needs filled. A good size the 50*90. I have one I use for vegging photos n 2 rotating autos. Works perfectly for keeping my 1.2² full (perpetual) and I get a healthy supply of auto buds monthly .. Lol
What's your lighting btw, know opinions vary greatly, but personally 18/6 works great for my needs, never went full 24 for autos. Can't help but think they need some sleep. Ha.
Incidentally the seed you lost, was that the one that got some help?!
Still, two going strong..
:greenthumb:
 
Incidentally suggest half power at 20 inch's is good for now.
If they stretch too much, increase power 10/20% or same amount by week..
Full power will be roughly when you feed full veg.
Hope that helps
 
Gonna replace the lost seed ? Always sucks when it happens but space needs filled. A good size the 50*90. I have one I use for vegging photos n 2 rotating autos. Works perfectly for keeping my 1.2² full (perpetual) and I get a healthy supply of auto buds monthly .. Lol
What's your lighting btw, know opinions vary greatly, but personally 18/6 works great for my needs, never went full 24 for autos. Can't help but think they need some sleep. Ha.
Incidentally the seed you lost, was that the one that got some help?!
Still, two going strong..
:greenthumb:
no im not going to replace and that wasn't the one that i had to help either the just touched soil and didnt want to go i guess and iam using a qb288 lm301b 3500k kingbrite quantum board my schedule is 18/6 also and ok maybe i will bump my light up a little and see how they take to it thankyou for the help man much appreciated
 

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