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Problem with Raspberry cough seedling. Solved

by Happydog about December 6, 2018 - report

Hi fellow growers. I'm having hard time with these three. The first one look arlright but grow very slowly like the others. The 2nd one completly stopped growing new sets of leaves and the third one look bad... So does anyones knows what problem i m dealin with? There are 2 other comin and wouldn't want to repeat the mistake that bring me that mess. Thanks for answering and Happy growin!
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    11.687

    stick 0 points - December 6, 2018

    They look good to me. Try to not over water and be patient. They will come around.Its it possible for them to pass up the faster growers mid grow.It happens. In future questiond try to provide more information like grow media,type lights,temp.humidity etc.

    Happy Growing....

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  • 849

    RbtAsq 849 points - December 6, 2018

     First, they look pretty wet. Unless you just watered, I would let them dry out a while.

    I would also put a fan on them, to strengthen those stems.

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    • Happydog
      Happydog
      342 points -
      December 6, 2018

      Ok RbtAsq maybe you re right and those needs some ventilation gonna have my clip fan move air around. Well thanks for answering gonna try this and wait a bit, then gonna go back on this post to comfirm if things are going well. Happy growing!

  • 120

    OklaHomeGrow 120 points - December 6, 2018

    First 2 look fine. Third is a runt. Just pull it. Sometimes it just happens that way.
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    • Happydog
      Happydog
      342 points -
      December 6, 2018

      So you would say there'se nothing to do with it. I'll still wait a bit to look how it will goes. But maybe you're right.

    • OklaHomeGrow
      OklaHomeGrow
      120 points -
      December 6, 2018

      Since the other two are fine. My opinion is that it was a dud.

    • justme
      justme
      3.118 points -
      December 6, 2018

      If it germinated it isn't a dud bean. Duds don't germinate. just saying

    • OklaHomeGrow
      OklaHomeGrow
      120 points -
      December 6, 2018

      Genetic weaklings are duds. Just saying.

  • 980

    stump 980 points - December 6, 2018

    we really need more grow info. IE lights, medium ect.

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  • 5.321

    ChAs420 5.321 points - December 6, 2018

    they look healthy really..sometimes seedlings may stop growing up top and make ya wonder but are building up root system..then they will take off..dont kill em yet..and dont kill em from over watering or to much nutes from tryna get em to grow...GL i think they will be ok before long..

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  • 5.154

    shloppy 5.154 points - December 6, 2018

    The first one looks verry good the second one looks like it is toped if so it shuald put off 4 branches eventualy the third one just looks a little behind.How old are they?how worm are they they grow slow cold i cant keep myn worm this time a year. I belive they will be fine.

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  • 386

    Dizzajay 386 points - December 6, 2018

    They look to me.the 3rd one is definitely behind.but it may suprise you.brother how big are the containers they in?looks like a lack of space to me.check the bottom,see if the roots have reach down there.remember mj has a tap root.so even them lil seedlings could be root bound already since those containers look tiny to me....have a look at my post on the surprise auto.she was the runt of the litter.but caught up very quickly once she really started to grow.....
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  • 2.482

    king 2.482 points - December 6, 2018

    they look good 2 me. what tempture cooler temps will slow them down. if u have the room keep all of them. sometimes the rutt will b the best smoke imo good luck   

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  • 690

    hydrogirl629 690 points - December 6, 2018

    I'm a first time grower too and I have to tell you yours look better than mine.. I was over watering mine I was told. Also check the ph,mine got off and I thought I was doing it right. 

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  • 2.184

    HydroKid 2.184 points - December 6, 2018

    Raspberry Cough is a tricky grow. I’ve ran several of these a while back and I had some slow starters just like your smaller one. It turned out to be the best producer. As stump mentioned above, lights are key, grow medium and water cycle. You have no browning or signs of nute burn on the tips. Depending on the light I’d bring it in closer and just looking at how dry the tray is around your seedlings I’m going to guess low humidity. How old are these seedlings?
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    airplane 19.788 points - December 6, 2018

    Nothing is wrong it may be a slow strater - dp you use a root stimulator ?

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