So my plant has been growing egregiously slow, which could be attributed to a rough beginning that includes an uncalibrated pH probe, faulty air stone, low humidity, & temperature swings. I’ve since corrected these, but despite all the new roots that have begun to come in and the fact that my leaves have looked good throughout the grow - I get this nagging feeling that I should get rid of the roots that are thin and browned in order for my plant to have the best shot at recovering some of its growth - I mean my plant is small as sh**, even for an autoflower. Would it be ok for me to cut them?
Here’s a pic of the roots:
Here’s are pics of the plant from today. Day 39: 4/14 Transition Not much noticeable growth from the last photos I’ve posted.