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Joe230991

Are these aborts?

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Joe230991

Could someone please tell me if these look like aborts. And what to do next??

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Mush Zombie

Is there no vermiculite in the substrate? If not, that's the problem. Grains make a poor substrate, they don't hold much water. Use a standard bulk substrate or pftek and your problems will go away. Lowering the temp to lower 70's also will help with overall quality.

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DirtBagDan

If I had to guess I'd say your temp is too high. Thus the scrawny shrooms

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phish

And what is your substrate made up of ?

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Joe230991

I am using brown rice, flaxseed, millet,quinoa. As a substrate. I have 3 misters in my tent. I have been misting the walls of the tent and fanning twice a day. The temp has been running in the upper 70's I'm just not sure why these are aborting.. Are purple mystics harder to grow than golden teachers?? I'm not sure what to try from here..

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Joe230991

Yes I do have course verm in it as well

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DirtBagDan

Yeah, get that temp lower. I grow at 70°

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