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    Need advice from experienced growers

    I am 70 years old and rely on MMJ to help me feel better and keep going. I decided to try to grow couple plants and am a little lost. When I was young, we just out seeds in ground and had pretty decent home grown. Never followed the rules there are today so do not understand alot of the stages of growth. Please look at my photos, one is Miami Haze and one is Super Skunk. I feel they should be further along than they are. Set them outside in May, using Fox Farms as suggested. I did not know to top them and feel it may be too late now. Appreciate your experience. Thanks.

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    Have you read through the GWE website? When I was new I found this board before someone pointed out the site. Click on the green bar at the top on the left. There is a mountain of information there. www.growweedeasy.com
    Don't worry, be happy, grow sticky buds.

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    • Jacci
      Jacci commented
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      Do they look ok? Are they starting to flower? Please/ thank you.

    • Ckbrew
      Ckbrew commented
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      I see female bits. Any grow that you complete is experience. Keep them going, looking good.

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    They look fine and I think I can see preflowers, pots are a bit small most would go at least 15 gallon for outside photos. I myself use raised beds about 135 gallon in each, if I need to skip water for a day they are fine with it, in small pots dont let them get to dry (or to wet).
    BTW I have some "wild" plants growing, wild because I did not plant them nor do I water them or watch them for bugs etc.. IF they make then bonus! I would chop a male if I spot it.

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      #4
      Originally posted by Rwise View Post
      They look fine and I think I can see preflowers, pots are a bit small most would go at least 15 gallon for outside photos. I myself use raised beds about 135 gallon in each, if I need to skip water for a day they are fine with it, in small pots dont let them get to dry (or to wet).
      BTW I have some "wild" plants growing, wild because I did not plant them nor do I water them or watch them for bugs etc.. IF they make then bonus! I would chop a male if I spot it.
      I agree with the pot being small. I would use it for an indoor grow but outdoor a 15 gal would be very beneficial to a plant that big. Looks like it might need a nitrogen bump. Leaves turning yellow that early, to me, it signals maybe a nitro deficiency. Especially when the yellowing is creeping up the plant like in your photos. Just my opinion.

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        #5
        A cap of seaweed extract in 2.5gal of water will help them.

        Do not overwater. If water is coming out the bottom of your pots then that is the start of problems with nutrient deficiency, namely nitrogen. It washes it out of the soil.

        Watering twice a week should be fine unless it gets quite hot and/or windy.
        Flower Room: 11' x 7' x 7.5'H, 480w AC, 13gal/day dehumidifier, 1.5gal ultrasonic humidifier, 60gal (27gal usable) nute tank, 16" pedestal fan & 18" wall fan. Lighting and climate automated. Hand watering.
        Veg Cupboards: ​​​​​​Two 4x2x6H cupboards. SF2000 Evo in each. Climate controlled and automated. Hand watering
        Aeroponics Low Pressure Bucket: 20W LED. 5 clones
        Lights: 2 x SF-7000, 2 x 30w 660&730nm supp. red boosters for flower stretch over sativa x in flower room.
        Medium: Coco/perlite, mix of 13gal & 7.2gal pots, no drains
        Current Grow: ​​​4 x Autos Franklin's AK47 x Red CBD (harrvested dry 22oz), 1 x Photos Franklin's Orange Zkittles x Sour Diesel, 1 Franklin's White Widow x Sour Diesel, All feminised. 1 x sativa x, regular, Clones 30th March 5 x Orange Zkittles x Sour Diesel fem in veg cupboards & 3x WW x SD & 2 OZ x SD in Aeroponics bucket.
        Last Grow: 4 x photos, old school, 66 days of veg flipped 25 Feb harvested day 65F 3lb11oz.

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