Day 49 12/12 real issues need help!

As you can see from the pictures, the leaves are turning yellow. Is this normal or am I in trouble. Thanks Joe.

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at nearly 8 weeks in flower perfectly normal the buds are consuming nutrients out of leaves to finish up


Thanks I thought so but wasn’t sure. The buds look great but the fan leaves are yellowing. I just read the plant was using the nutes from the leaves. Just being a little cautious. Thanks Joe.

this also means they are ready to flush if you haven’t started?

I have the same thing going on.

how far are you into flower? in this instance the timeline is what you would expect since plants cycle is to flower then die or should I say very normal for a soil grow in hydro have to cut nutrients somewhat to start plant flushing. Or canabalizing of leaves

Here’s a couple of pictures of my flower garden. I spend more time on the White Widow plants than this garden. Unbelievable !!


MJ will grow even if treated poorly but the result always equals the effort put in and happy plants make for good buds

I’m soil growing White Widow.

so perfectly normal

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Thank you for your input.