2 plants - 2 different colors

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by Walldog, Jul 23, 2019.

  1. First time grower here. I germinated 3 seeds, one died a day after being planted, one is growing beautifully and the third is stunted and yellow. All 3 plants in exactly the same soil, same watering schedule. I’m doing this outdoors. I could really use some help to determine what I should do. I’ll post pics of the two I have.

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  2. Personally, I'd do nothing, unless you want to change to soil. Plants aren't uniform, even if the seeds look the same. If you change this plant's soil, consider a smaller container for the interrim and use a well-draining soil mix with lots of aeration in it -perlite or pumice, etc.

    If you're looking to keep your plant count up (you want to harvest more than one plant), take a few clones of your successful plant once it's large enough. I posted a super simple, low maintenance cloning process a little while back that I'd recommend to a new grower: DIY: Low Maintenance Cloning Method - Perlite Cloning - Two to Three Weeks - Less than $50. You could have your larger plant flowering out, and once the clones are ready, plant a small carpet of them around your larger plant. They won't grow as large since they'll be planted later in the season, but you'll still get more top colas.

    edit: Welcome to GC and congrats on your first post!
  3. id recommend to have a little read regarding phenotypes you will be blown away at the amount of variables that these can produce you will get a much better understanding of why some plants thrive but some dont under same conditions in same soil :) welcome to GC :gc_rocks:
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  4. Thank You for your replies. I was starting to panic. These are both 2 weeks old, I planted a third seedling yesterday and it looks more like the green one. I guess practice makes perfect
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  5. Yeah taking any drastic action right now would be as likely to cause problems as it would be to help...give it some time, and read read read in the mean time...as a previous poster mentioned, the only thing I can imagine causing issues with your seedling is the soil. If it's the exact same soil as it's sister is in, I would imagine you've pulled a different phenotype between the two seedlings.
  6. That makes sense, I was just reading about phenotype as was suggested.
    You guys are awesome
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