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    What is a good vegetative state fertilizer/nutrient I can get at home depot?

    One of my plant’s growth seems to be stunted in comparison with others:

    The one in the blue put, I cut the embryonic leaves because they were already dry, and the next one to it because it seemed to be mined. However the growth seems to be stunted, what can I do?

    Why did you cut anything off a seedling? That’s the biggest mistake growers make, is trying to do too much. The less human intervention the better.

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    Yeah the one on the right looks like its growing slower.

    Are they all the same variety?

    There may be a difference in the phenotypes.

    You may have two types of plant etc. It still looks like its slower than the other two for sure. give it a week, you will know better.

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    If you are going to get a fertilizer from Home Depot, then have a good look at the nutrients makeup. NPK ratio, it will say on the packaging.

    Choose stuff that you can use for food/vegetables. Look for stuff mainly with lots of P and K, Potassium and Phosphate. If you do get some, use it in a weak 50% of recommended solution. You will still get good bud. This will be for when the plant is flowering.
    Any kind of general fertiliser will do for veg, try to get some with a decent 1:0.5:0.5 NPK type ratio for veg. N (Nitrogen) is what the plant needs to grow its nice green leaves.

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    One of my plant’s growth seems to be stunted in comparison with others: https://i1021.photobucket.com/albums/af332/arbin_420/DSC01282_zps5528157c.jpg The one in the blue put, I cut the embryonic leaves because they were already dry, and the next one to it because it seemed to be mined. However the growth seems to be stunted, what can I do?

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