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How to recover from early light deficiency?
    #855955 - 03/28/22 12:59 AM (1 month, 20 days ago)

So I didn't give my seedling nearly enough light for first 10 now is leading fast but lanky still.  I have a small fan that lightly moves to strengthen now with this grow itself out with proper light? Probably not what are my options?



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Re: How to recover from early light deficiency? [Re: wild_aussie]
    #855959 - 03/28/22 04:37 PM (1 month, 20 days ago)

Give it a proper amount of light in both intensity and duration, and it should be fine.

Your options are to let it grow and see what it does, or cull it and start fresh.  Starting fresh would only be advised if the seedling had begun flowering, in which case it would take 3 weeks to a month for the re-veg process to complete and it would be faster to just start fresh.


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Re: How to recover from early light deficiency? [Re: yoosername]
    #855961 - 03/29/22 03:54 AM (1 month, 19 days ago)

No it was just to far away and only getting 14 hrs I bumped up to 18-21 Andi move much closer to light


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