I have two plants both grew up the same. One looks like its kinda budding and the nodes look different not staggered like a normal plant the other one looks perfect . Im using heavy 16
Any idea what is going on and will it go to full flower in the fall?
Strain has very little to do with growth characteristics. There can be a few differences in coloration or mold resistance, for instance, but the main differences between the strains is cannabinoid content and terpine profiles.
@Cvoss02 Good sized plants. How long have they been outside ?
Edit. If they were out before the daylight hours got long enough it may have revegged on you.
If so it should continue to grow and flower in the fall for you.
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Welcome to the neighborhood.
We see a lot of new growers referring to the various strains as completely different plants. From a growth perspective, cannabis is cannabis is my opinion. I don’t know of any growers who feed any strain any different than any other strain from the outset. Same goes for lighting, watering, pH, PPM, grow medium, and so on.
agreed feed the same to start …but growth characteristics are different…the way the bud forms and if it is bushy or wants to get tall…these are what I call growth characteristics and this is what I was challenging in your statement…maybe my morning smoke is clouding my mind aahahahaahaaha