It will not be ready to top for at least another week. But you will top her like you normally would on both sides then.
I have 8 tops on both these girls. Now just waiting for the flip! I know they aren’t exactly even, but I think they look ok for a newbie.
Looks good. I should have stayed at 8 when I tried mine. I got greedy and thought I could pull off 24 I found I still need to walk before I can run
I don’t know if I’m over thinking it or if I have multiple problems going on. I don’t even know where to start. Some of leaves have spots, yellowing in the margins, rips in the leaves, blistered looking leaves, and some of the newer growth look twisted. I fed at half strength yesterday and decided to do a flush tonight. EC has always been in range as well as the pH. The only thing different is that I have what I believe to be soil mites. They are super tiny, white, and jump fast. I used spinosad soap twice with no effect but I read they might be beneficial. They have been in the coco for at least 2 weeks and I think my plants would be in much worse condition if they were harmful. There is no signs of bugs flying or anything on the leaves at all. I just need some suggestions, I’m so close to the putting them into flower I’d hate to screw them up now.
You definitely need to up your cal mag at least for a week. I would do a 2.5 ml per gallon minimum. For the bugs. These might help out. I see soil growers using them for bugs a lot. I never get any bugs with coco. Other than spider mites once. And they don’t eat leaves like that.
I have still been adding 5ml/gallon of cal mag everytime. Also, I have never seen anything flying in my tent or any bugs on the leaves. I’m not sure where they came from. I’ll try this and see if I happen to catch anything. How much more can I up my cal-mag?
I have used as much as 10ml per gallon. I am not seeing where you need any more from your last pictures there. They are looking good. I am normally at 2.5ml at that sized plant. You are doing great so far