First Grow need advise Va man

White willow auto, ph’d water @6.2 jacks 123

These three are the oldest. I’m wondering if I should begin the flush. They’ve been flowering over 6 weeks at least.



I’m the most impatient, maybe I should find another hobby that requires less patience! And get this I don’t really puff that much. This harvest will last me a year at least!!

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You still have another 2 to 3 weeks to go for this one, imo… :nerd_face:

And for the White widow, I would just be patient and wait her out. :thinking:

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what-he-said-look-up

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Ok brothers.

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@Lmckenzie0322 or just come back tomorrow and ask again lmao……:grin:

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:wink:

:rofl:

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Hello!!! Lmao!!!

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Good morning all. Please advise on my eldest. How much longer would you estimate?

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I’ve got a good friend who I’m giving this to and she likes that couch lock sh*t! I know I’m a pain but I’ve got several girls growing at different rates. I’ve truly overwhelmed myself being my first grow. However, I’ve learned so much from you all! It’s like night and day! Thanks to you all for guiding me through this wonderful journey!

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@PurpNGold74 is very good to guesstimate without a trichomes picture… :nerd_face:

It might help having a picture of the whole plant… :wink:

Sure no problem. It’s difficult to get the trichomes w/o butchering a bud…here you go and I hope this helps.



Expand the pic and you can get a better look at the trichomes .

How should I treat her now? Just pure water from now on? Do you flush?

Hello all. Below is my white auto. She’s been flowering for 8 weeks so far. Do you think she’s about ready to harvest?




It’s getting close but I would let it go for at least another week maybe two, it will let the lower stuff ripen up a little more

Good morning, thank you sounds good. I’ll check in next week and please accept my apologies for being a royal pain in the arse!

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My pleasure sir, no pains here, well no pains you caused anyway :grinning:

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Would you continue feeding nutes at this point or is the opinion too varied?

I grow organic now so I never stop feeding, but when I was using synthetics I would slow the food down towards the end because they don’t need the high nutrient level after 6 - 9 weeks in flower depending on strain, but I never stopped completely. Imo the flush at the end didn’t make a difference plus it never seemed logical to stop feeding a plant you were wanting to get bigger

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Makes good sense to me @MeEasy !