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In Topic: Seedlings turning yellow

Today, 11:50 AM

I agree with Moruga Welder and Black Fatali... if you check out my Glog, I ran into the same issue this year. I waited too long to pot them up and they ran out of nutes. I'll be updating my Glog tonight, but a couple seedlings that were about 4 weeks behind the first set have already almost caught up to the first set of plants. My second batch I potted up super early when the first set of true leaves were about half inch long, and they never slowed down at all. I had multiple issues with my first set, all caused by mistakes I made. I'll talk about that in my Glog later though.

In Topic: Stabilizing the CPR

22 March 2017 - 09:59 AM

That's exactly what I did a few days ago. A few perked up so they're back in the race.

Good to hear!

In Topic: Stabilizing the CPR

22 March 2017 - 09:19 AM

Death row:

If they're dying anyways, give em' all a shot of ferts and see if they perk up. Or give it to a couple of them and see if they do better than the others.

In Topic: Chocolate Primo seeds

18 March 2017 - 08:08 PM

I have seen a seed take over a year to finally decide to sprout. So if the prospective plant is of value, dont be quick to give up.

Holy crap. Well I guess I'll have to find some more patience, lol

In Topic: Chocolate Primo seeds

18 March 2017 - 02:56 PM

Wow, after 2 months you had some germ. that's crazy, I would have thought the seeds would rot long before then. 6 weeks is the longest I have been willing to wait, and pretty much give up any real hope after 3 to 4 weeks.  Maybe I should start waiting longer.  Problem for me and my current setup is after about a month I have to start potting up and run out of room for seed trays. I used to have two tables, one for starting and one for potted up plants, maybe I'll have to go that route again so I have the room to let trays sit that long.