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  • buds73
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    No its not a normal thing. You can find more info here https://www.growweedeasy.com/cannabi...ermies-bananas but its probably caused by stress of some sort.

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  • MeEasy
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    I'm not UndergroundFarmer and I'm sure that he would have better information about CFLs but I found an article that might help

    https://www.growweedeasy.com/cfls

    Edit = I just saw where SoOrbudgal said she saw some male and female parts if so you will want to at least carefully take off all male parts or just abandon hope. Here's an article on that as well

    https://www.growweedeasy.com/cannabi...ermies-bananas
    Last edited by MeEasy; 09-24-2020, 04:58 AM.

  • vermature
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    UndergroundFarmer i found some cheap cfl's but some says 6500k some say 2700k which one should I buy. Sorry kind a bothering you.

  • UndergroundFarmer
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    Can you still get compact fluorescent bulbs? (CFLs) You can use those but you will need several of them to be enough light. Get the kind that say daylight instead of soft white if you can.

  • vermature
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    Originally posted by SoOrbudgal View Post
    Your plant has both sexes male and female looks like it to me.
    It's a problem or just a normal thing ?

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  • willythepic
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    leafs are very stranger don"t spend money for this

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  • vermature
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    UndergroundFarmer ty for reply and suggestions. Will keep it in mind. The problem is can't afford a full spectrum led setup right now as it is expensive on my country. Will 3-4 normal light bulbs do the trick? Or normal bulbs with sunlight effect. What should I do with it

  • vermature
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    Originally posted by MeEasy View Post
    How long have they been in 12s? They look like they are just getting started maybe 3 weeks and they've been starved of light for most of life which is why the nodes are so far apart
    I just started 12-12 maybe a week ago. Plant is looking down for at least 2 weeks. Is it still rescueable? What do you think ?

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  • UndergroundFarmer
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    Even a cheap LED or T5 panel (about $100 USD) would be much better than indirect daylight. Also be careful of reflections when you post pictures online if you're not growing with your country's blessing.

  • MeEasy
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    How long have they been in 12s? They look like they are just getting started maybe 3 weeks and they've been starved of light for most of life which is why the nodes are so far apart

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    Your plant has both sexes male and female looks like it to me.

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  • vermature
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    These are photos for anybody can't see it. So everyone suggesting that it should get more light? Can't do it with sunlight because it's illegal in my country. I guess gotta go with indoor lightning. I know i should get full spectrum led but i don't know what watt i should use. Any suggestions from anyone ?

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  • dphipps1020
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    In a windowsill does not count as daylight. So basically your plant has only been getting a few hours of actual light every day. That is why your buds aren't growing. For anything significant from that plant you will either need a grow light for inside, or put her outside. Also, I see too many white hairs for your plant to even be close to ready. I'd say you still have a month to go, minimum.

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  • JDU
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    I can't load the pics but your description suggests that buds73 is right- not enough light. The best spot on my yard gets 3-5hrs direct sunlight with a break in the middle when it gets behind some trees. My veggie garden was a joke for the 1st time ever.

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  • buds73
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    You say they get 3-4 hrs direct daylight, for the rest of the daylight hrs where are you putting your plants. It looks like those plants are indoors in the pics and doesn't appear to be getting much light.

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