Buds are not frosty

Week 8 in flowering, buds are in a reasonable size. But there are very little trichomes produced. Any ideals why the buds are not frosty? Thanks very much :v:

Feed (per litre): Duel Fuel A & B : 1.5_1.5 ml / PK Spike 1ml / Terpinator 2 ml / Atomic 2 ml / Humibosta 1.5 ml

Grow in coco, PH 5.7-6, EC 1.9




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these guys will help you buddy! @Countryboyjvd1971 @Hogmaster they grow awsome indoor bud

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The buds are so young, all those white pistols.
They have weeks left, don’t sweat it they will progress and get the sugary appearance that you seek

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Yup, patience my friend. When they do start frosting those are going to be some real nice buds.

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They still have several weeks left to get frosty. Don’t give up!

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I see tricombes in the pictures so you ok @archipilot
As @Nug-bug mentioned the buds are still young and have some more developing to do

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Agreed with you all ! Just a little soon

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EC of 1.9??? That’s VERY high.

Maybe a support ticket to see if anything else is going on…

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Thanks!

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hey take some pics in the dark and see if see lights up like a christmas tree! and show us too!

pics with flash :grin:

Week 8 of flowering

Are you counting from the 12/12 light change, or when they actually started to flower? It may take a week or two for the plant to start flowering, and all the published “flower times” don’t count that time. All your white pistols will be shrivelled up and turned brown or red, before it is ready. That’s when you start checking for amber trichomes.