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  • Bluey
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    Not sure what it is but something is looking a bit suss on those front two.

    Are the leaves curling or taco'ing a bit? Are they getting more light than the rear two?

    The reason I asked if they'd just been trained is I thought they were looking a bit twisted and f'ed up like immediately after you train them before they recover and start reaching for the light again.
    Last edited by Bluey; 09-26-2023, 01:37 PM.

  • Gingerbeard
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    No trimming. No plucking. No training. All natural.
    Maybe a little moving of fans to accommodate young flower stems.

  • Bluey
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    It looks to me like the two in the front have just been trained prior to the pic you took. Is that the case?

  • Gingerbeard
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    Right! They are super healthy. They have not been topped. In my limited auto experience, I do not top autos.
    There is no criticism. Not even constructive criticism. Merely observation. Like that word you used: feedback.
    PEB got stressed pretty early on. We had high temps and humidity. She has recovered well.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Snickers...

  • Going2fast
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    You obviously didn't make yourself clear. At 28 days old for a heavy indica leaning auto they look exceptional. Not sure why they stopped growing on you. I see no signs of stress other than it looks like they were topped. If so that's your fault. Sorry you are having problems bro. I'm fine with criticism. That's why I ask for Feedback. And they should be showing pistols by now. They usually stretch for another 3 weeks after pre flower. Hang in there and go have a Snickers bar.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    The seeds go gladiator style. Put them in the ring and pull out the slackers.

  • Gingerbeard
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    Maybe I didn't make myself clear.
    These plants are four weeks old. The Olympian is 14". PEB is 9". They stopped growing days ago. The Olympian is already flowering. PEB is not.
    Size-wise, these plants are sub dwarf, SOG. My shortest ever.
    As of right now, I do not see a fair trade on this investment (electric, nutes, coco). I cannot afford to pay for next to nothing. A harvest needs to give me 3/4 ounce of resin to be worth the cost. This doesn't look like it will turn out to be an ounce of flower. At this point, the hobby-ness of it moot. I am only waiting to see if they take off.
    If I don't get another inch of growth by Wednesday... seriously...

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  • SoOrbudgal
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    What did you do with the other sprouted seeds? And those in the tent look great love the strain mix.

  • Going2fast
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    Yeah look at them fat leaves. Girls are gonna be thick.

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Hmm... At four weeks, if they have not stopped growing, they have slowed way the hell down. I haven't moved the light for three days. Click image for larger version

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    The Olympian is about 6" taller than the PE Benchwarmer which is sitting on a bowl to get it more in line with Varsity and Jr Varsity.
    Otherwise they are nice and healthy.

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  • Going2fast
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    Looking good

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  • Gingerbeard
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    Moving along...
    Got a little lily pad action going last week with high temps and humidity. Probably a little high on the pH.
    Funny thing. Lower right plant, showing most of the lily padding, lost one of it's one fingered leaves. One day it was drooping. Next day it was laying in the dirt. Eventually dying. Not a lick of nothing like it nowhere else. Grower actuated damage is not the reason.

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  • Bluey
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    My plants aren't so lucky. You must produce very happy well relaxed beach vibe buds.

  • Gingerbeard
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    I do not have the officials of what qualifies.
    Whatever those officials be, I can see the Pacific at a mile and half away and one of the Coronado Islands, however far away. My house dust is salt and sand. And Dabber hair.
    When my plants get up to harvest height, they have a similar view of the ocean. No island.​

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