new grower: plant can't support itself

Discussion in 'Absolute Beginners' started by dcmind, Dec 14, 2001.

  1. Ok, I'm a new grower, got a setup in my closet. I have a few questions:

    1) My tallest plant reached out 10-11in and since the stem is so thin, it can't even support its weight. Is this normal? I'm using a seed I got from some shwag..

    2) Im using 2 60 watt plant lights. Hey I'm broke, and I cant afford that HPS stuff, will they do for now?

    3) Is is possible to get some high-grade KB seeds legally in the US, you can never find them when u buy a bag.

    Thanks
     
  2. #1 - Yes, prop it up and with more light and time, it will be able to support itself

    #2 - You need more light.

    #3 - Legally? No. Blackmarket through UK or Canada? Yes.
     
  3. Straight, you need to use more nitrogen in your soil i think but just a bit. be careful with it. add a bit a Ca with it too, to keep the PH steady.
    Also look at the salvation army for lights and whatnot. Places like that sometimes get that kind of stuff, and dispite what they tell you light is light, you just need to know what bands of the color spectrum you are adding.

    Suit & Tie
     

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