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  • Campesino
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    They look fine for day 18, and if they have been healthy and stretching through these last 18 days, I'd suggest you get ready for the day 21 defoliation as described in the tutorial. You need to decide how aggressive you want to be with it.

  • Trimmings426
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    Thank you for your feed back I will check out the defoilation instruc here is a pic of my 2 girls

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  • Campesino
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    Trimmings426
    Yes, check out the link that Deadhead91 posted above. I, and many others, have had great success following the instructions it provides to a "T".
    You can see my before and after Defoliation pics here: Post from 01-26-2018
    https://forum.growweedeasy.com/forum...lds-grow/page3

  • Deadhead91
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    http://www.growweedeasy.com/defoliation

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  • Deadhead91
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    We need some pics please

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  • Trimmings426
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    Deformation in the Flowering Stage

    I check out all the pics on the site and see very few to no leaves on flowering plants, and I am just wondering when and if I should remove the leaves from mine? My girls are approximately 2& half weeks into the Flowering Stage 18 days in. I am not clear o this procedure and don't want to make any mistakes. This is my 3rd grow and I have done ok but I have also struggled through all of them but am getting better with each one. I would appreciate some feed back. Thank You kindly.


    ( SET-UP SPECIFICATIONS)
    SIZE: (5')x(2',6'')x(8')
    LIGHTS: 600watt mh Veg./ 600 watt hps Flowering
    Ventilation: 240 cfm inline fan
    Circulation: 2 6inch fans
    Medium: regular potting soil (no nutes)
    Nutrients: Fox Farm Trio Organic

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