I am new to the site and hobby. I threw some bagseed in a pot back in April and it grew, and I am now well into flowering with my 2 plants.
The picture above was taken on 4/20. I kept it on my sunny kitchen counter for a few more days then put it outside
picture taken 5/23
I am winging it, not reading any forums at this point. My sister in law recommended this King Harvest Fish Fertilizer for our veggies, so I’ve been giving it to this little girl as well. As we will see, she liked it,
At this point I also germinated another random bagseed.
Picture taken 6/8
At some point I transplanted this into a 5 gallon bucket.
Soil, I made an error here, I recycled soil from another pot. I know!! Terrible! I will rectify this later. But nature finds a way…clearly she’s living and thriving.
Still giving it the Kings Harvest on the weekly. Oh and daily watering because its hot.
June 21 - I think we have some preflower.
Starting to notice some yellowing of lower leaves. I call my buddy and he tells me its because I’m running out of nutrients in the soil.
Black bucket is younger by about a month, but this monster quickly shoots up, possibly because of the bigger pot. This one has fresh garden soil.
Later that day, I repotted into this 18 gallon pot with fresh potting soil mixed with my own compost.
I also spotted this…
Just the one branch is droopy, not sure why. It was like this pre-transplant
I snipped it. See the black inner stem.
Close ups of the colas
The droopy stem thing happens twice more, one week apart. Same plant
Not really sure what to do.
On the upside, I am starting to get some trichromes on the blue bucket plant.
At this point I am watering with 0-10-11 fertilizer both plants.
Thanks for reading, please help me out with my droopy limb, and how I can plan for a successful harvest.