Any experts that could point me in the right right direction

Soil looks suspect. Curled leaves could be deficiency mag or not enough airflow too humid. VPD?
Why are you feeding right now. They don't need it now.
Autos or not?
 

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Gonna hop on this thread, instead of starting one, hope you guys don't mind. I've been growing for 2.5 years so far and have had some great luck germinating seeds, until these last two attempts. (growing in reused Happy Frog/mushroom compost / dry amendments mix)One of the plants turned out to be a male (from my last grow) so I culled it and that left me an empty pot to start another grow in it. I did yank the root ball out. Anyways, I have a strong suspicion the soils to hot for the seedlings. They pop and grow an inch above ground then just wither away and dry up..kinda sad to see. I'm gonna go with the hot soil idea and start them in (sponge) seed starter pods and plant that pod in the soil. I'd probably have better luck just getting it started in some coco, now heres's an idea, just dig out a space and drop some coco in the middle..hmm,,,, and I'm trying to get this started in the pot it's gonna finish, it's an auto. Trying to make things simple got complicated. I think I'm gonna go with the seedling pods idea first, it's what I have on hand. I don't have any coco yet, so yeah, just thinking out loud I guess. The 10 gallon pot is in a 2x4 tent in 78 degree temps 40-55 % humidity. Maybe I'll check the pH of the soil for good measure.
 

yummy fur

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@Ffwp710 and [email protected],

I think the answer that you are both looking for can be found in the next revolution in weed growing. We've done lights, we've done, nutes, but we're not done yet with substrates. The next generation of smart substrates or as Alan Partridge would call them smubstrates, there are two convenient sizes for the recreational weed grower, the Pyramid, which is equivalent to a 5 gallon fabric bag, and there is my personal favourite, the Pyramid Mini, which you can hold in the palm of your hand, that has a volume of one litre and is the equivalent of a 1-1.5 gallon fabric pot.

All your problems not only solved but problems you didn't even know you had are also solved. See photos below, the cube in the front can go on top of the big pyramid. I've only tested the small pyramid so far. For the first two weeks you don't need to supply any nutrient, already has some soft nutes. Feed with a standard hydro A and B or three part.
 

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blueberrymilkshake

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@Ffwp710 and [email protected],

I think the answer that you are both looking for can be found in the next revolution in weed growing. We've done lights, we've done, nutes, but we're not done yet with substrates. The next generation of smart substrates or as Alan Partridge would call them smubstrates, there are two convenient sizes for the recreational weed grower, the Pyramid, which is equivalent to a 5 gallon fabric bag, and there is my personal favourite, the Pyramid Mini, which you can hold in the palm of your hand, that has a volume of one litre and is the equivalent of a 1-1.5 gallon fabric pot.

All your problems not only solved but problems you didn't even know you had are also solved. See photos below, the cube in the front can go on top of the big pyramid. I've only tested the small pyramid so far. For the first two weeks you don't need to supply any nutrient, already has some soft nutes. Feed with a standard hydro A and B or three part.
Give it a fuckin' break
 

jondamon

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@Ffwp710 and [email protected],

I think the answer that you are both looking for can be found in the next revolution in weed growing. We've done lights, we've done, nutes, but we're not done yet with substrates. The next generation of smart substrates or as Alan Partridge would call them smubstrates, there are two convenient sizes for the recreational weed grower, the Pyramid, which is equivalent to a 5 gallon fabric bag, and there is my personal favourite, the Pyramid Mini, which you can hold in the palm of your hand, that has a volume of one litre and is the equivalent of a 1-1.5 gallon fabric pot.

All your problems not only solved but problems you didn't even know you had are also solved. See photos below, the cube in the front can go on top of the big pyramid. I've only tested the small pyramid so far. For the first two weeks you don't need to supply any nutrient, already has some soft nutes. Feed with a standard hydro A and B or three part.
Next you’ll be showing us all a discount code for your website lol.

@blueberrymilkshake it’s getting tiring seeing the same stuff from this guy right lol.
 

Hollatchaboy

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@Ffwp710 and [email protected],

I think the answer that you are both looking for can be found in the next revolution in weed growing. We've done lights, we've done, nutes, but we're not done yet with substrates. The next generation of smart substrates or as Alan Partridge would call them smubstrates, there are two convenient sizes for the recreational weed grower, the Pyramid, which is equivalent to a 5 gallon fabric bag, and there is my personal favourite, the Pyramid Mini, which you can hold in the palm of your hand, that has a volume of one litre and is the equivalent of a 1-1.5 gallon fabric pot.

All your problems not only solved but problems you didn't even know you had are also solved. See photos below, the cube in the front can go on top of the big pyramid. I've only tested the small pyramid so far. For the first two weeks you don't need to supply any nutrient, already has some soft nutes. Feed with a standard hydro A and B or three part.
If it's a problem I didn't know I had, then does it even exist?
 

LeastExpectedGrower

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@Ffwp710 and [email protected],

I think the answer that you are both looking for can be found in the next revolution in weed growing. We've done lights, we've done, nutes, but we're not done yet with substrates. The next generation of smart substrates or as Alan Partridge would call them smubstrates, there are two convenient sizes for the recreational weed grower, the Pyramid, which is equivalent to a 5 gallon fabric bag, and there is my personal favourite, the Pyramid Mini, which you can hold in the palm of your hand, that has a volume of one litre and is the equivalent of a 1-1.5 gallon fabric pot.

All your problems not only solved but problems you didn't even know you had are also solved. See photos below, the cube in the front can go on top of the big pyramid. I've only tested the small pyramid so far. For the first two weeks you don't need to supply any nutrient, already has some soft nutes. Feed with a standard hydro A and B or three part.
You've got excellent spatial skills.

Next time put the small square on the bigger square on the even bigger pyramid. That'll really show 'em next level smubstrates, Gromie!
 

yummy fur

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I love rollitup for the absolutely top shelf trolling. Keep it up guys. They are so reliably pathetic that they flock to each others troll posts so they can suck each others dicks. But by gathering in one spot, I get to ignore this latest bunch of immature wankers in one go, saving me time and making rollitup a better place. Adios amigos.

Name me another substrate that can grow this in a one litre volume. Hand watered. Case closed.
 

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