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    This is a early April seedling Auto Sour Kush. Started inside always a different plant than others all the rest planted with her are in jars. She just don’t want to fill out the trichomes are mostly cloudy a few amber. It seems to be degrading in centers of (buds) using term loosely. Any help is greatly appreciated. Wondering if I should just chop it before it gets worse in center. HELP PLEASE HELP

    #2
    If you’re confident that the trichomes you’re looking at are from the buds and not sugar leaves then I would say chop-chop. Sometimes they don’t fill out and get dense, all other things being equal it’s just a genetics thing. Nothing you can do to make them fill out and the thc is just going to degrade from hear on out. With that being said, make sure your checking buds and not sugar leaves because it does make a difference.
    Failure is an opportunity for improvement!!

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      #3
      Harvest. Now.

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        #4
        Yes it’s the buds the few ambers I see are on sugar leaves.
        i was hoping she would fill out but I’ll still dry it up and see what it offers smoke wise. Maybe it’s destiny is to be a hash plant, Flush and chop is in my future

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          #5
          That's one dense auto Carol looks like early bud rot. Keep those branches spread out you grew a lovely auto just that her airflow is poor. I had this happen with my photos, it's a learning curve. At times I've removed many stalks to allow for more room, it's sad to amputate but could save the rest of the plant? Great job regardless excellent grow

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            #6
            So is it salvageable? Can I save what is still good?

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              #7
              It’s down 399 grams wet with another 1/2 grocery bag of larf

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