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Real Gorilla Strain Guide


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    • JJJ
      Rather than hungry, I'd say it's the other way around.  If your soil is new and they're only seedlings, they shouldn't need feeding for weeks yet.  Best just to give them water and make sure the pots are nice and light before watering again.  As for the light burn, more info needed like type/power of light and hanging distance.  Pics would be best though..
    • FatBoy77
      Nice, that will speed things up for sure.  Not sure what you're growing in but that makes a big difference too from what I've read, its my first time using anything but soil so I'm yet to see it for myself.  What's your medium and how much juice does your indoor sky have?
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    • Sarahnya
      There's actually 5 in there. I initially planted Malawi, oldtimes x am haze (May be scrapped if male) Durban Poison and Strawberry Cough but Durban got damaged from stretching too much as a seedling so thought it had kicked the bucket and sprouted a Sour Diesel to replace it but the Durban by some miracle has survived albeit massively stunted at present. So yeah now I've possibly 5 to contend with