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by Grady55 about February 14, 2018 - report

Do my cannabis spourt supposed to be standing straight up or curve
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    mgdmancb 211 points - February 14, 2018

    If they are starting to curve you may want to bring the light closer to them as they are probably stretching out a bit I would guess if they are leaning/curving.  Just dont get to close to burn them depending on your light type.

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    shloppy 5.154 points - February 14, 2018

    I would asume in soil they would go strait doun even if then need curv.

    papaer towls proubly straight curve but strait i would be ok with but up 

    up if it gose up i would let it go and see what hapens i never seen one go up you might end up with soul bud i never tryed soil but but im game! lets do it

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    Bigruss13 2.797 points - February 14, 2018

    It should be fine, sometimes they stretch too much before establishing a strong enough root system, causing them to lean. I had 1 of my current plants start out this way, and after a week or so it straightened out.
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    HydroKid 2.184 points - February 14, 2018

    Let her run the course and see where it ends up. I keep my light about 18 inches away from the seedlings tops using a 60watt cfl. Havent had any issues. Got any pictures? Just curious to see what your working with.

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    ChAs420 5.321 points - February 14, 2018

    when they curve a lot of times they curve towards the turn ur container around a lil so its facing away and it will straighten up..also like others mentioned  dont have ur light to far awy so it wont stretch to much b4 the stem hardens up..other wise it get to tall and tip over..then u will need something to prop it up ...good luck..alos it helps to have a small fan goin gently on baby seedlings to harden up the stems

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