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  • Canuck147
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    Thanks SoOrbudgal

  • SoOrbudgal
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    Looking real healthy they sure do like your care. It really makes a difference understanding MJs likes and dislikes. Thanks Canuck

  • Canuck147
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    Took the girls outside for watering and full strength nutes - looks like we're on to the next stage- flowering - my plants will do a bit of a stretch - but we've got their stage set now it's up to them to show me how much of a stretch - I would say Lucy could use a decent stretch - but we'll see.



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  • Canuck147
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    Ruderalis is what makes em shorter and automatically flower.

  • Catfish22
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    I've noticed that quite a few autos still retain that drive for apical dominance even after they are topped.

    I presume that is part of whatever Ruderalis genetics are present .

  • Canuck147
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    I see in that pic above she's growing knuckles.

  • Canuck147
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    Lucy here - after a slow start she's become the most fun to watch and LST. I'll see how many branches grow up from those branches I've been laying down - I topped her but something has grown up in the middle - go figure.



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  • Canuck147
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    All those leaves I sprayed will eventually be trimmed off .

  • Catfish22
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    Yeah it sucks when you see the conditions developing and there is not a dang thing you can do about it.

    At least we have remedies for most things but it sucks having to put anything on our plants after all we put in to them. You are an excellent grower though, I know you'll get it straight.

  • Canuck147
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    Just gotta pay attention to one's grow. - doesn't bother me - I expect it to show up sometime. I've resigned myself long ago to losing 10% of every grow to some kind of mold or rot .
    WPM likes to show up during any wet weather.

  • JeffInCanada
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    Geeze, that stuff (I won't say it) popped up quick. Hopefully that's the last you will see of it. All plants looking good. Top views looking real good.

  • Canuck147
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    pics from yesterday - been raining for a few days and what do I spot on one leaf? Dreaded spot of WPM - cut that leaf off and today sprayed them with Defender Garden Fungicide by Safer's. Tent pic is after watering with full strength nutes and sprayed.

    They usually lose a few leaves everyday - but today we decided to leave the top fan leaves that are blocking a few bud sites- cuz it looks like maybe the underneath branches might grow out enough to get more light.



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  • Catfish22
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    Thanks, just thought I would check, I've read you have to be careful in late bloom because they don't grow back but I had not seen anything about flowering stretch.

    Time for a haircut!

  • Canuck147
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    I find with autoflowers the leaves grow back - they won't grow back late in flowering.

    I have no hesitations removing fan leaves.

  • Catfish22
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    I've got a couple huge fan leaves that came from the last node below the topping site. I want to remove them to open up the bud sites underneath.

    My concern is will I have enough fans to go 7-8 more weeks in flower?

    Will the flowering stretch period also grow the existing fan leaves larger or are they as big as they are going to get?

    How many of the smaller fans that come out with the bud sites can be removed?

    Apologies, just stuff that has come up during this training experience.

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