Hey there folks. As the title suggests, I’m visually impaired, novice grower, so evaluating plants is sketchy at best. Looking for an eyeball or two to critique plants.
Second try with blueberry autos. Light is SF1000, 18/6 schedule from the start, using SF recommended intensity and distance. Soil is ocean forest in three gallon pots, with a starter core of happy frog about two cups in size, within the bigger pot, to ease nute strength on seedlings. That seems to have worked well, getting off to a rapid start.
We are a three days short of six weeks since sprouting. Attempted scrog, strangled the top of one plant, ended up topping it and spreading the limbs. That adventure made me a bit gun shy on the other plant. I gently curled it down some, mostly trying to limit stretch, and get light down to the secondary growth.
At 5 and a half weeks, I’m seeing some leaves yellowing, stretch kinda close to the lights, and I’m not sure how to evaluate bud progress.
Anybody with decent eyes who knows what they’re looking at is encouraged to comment. My guide dog isn’t much help.