GG #4. 1st GROW JOURNAL

Any ideas or should I just stop worrying about these leaves? @Hellraiser @MrPeat @MeEasy @Chasworks @latewood @Covertgrower @AfgVet @Dman1969 @Dankloud @HippieRunner

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Sorry I keep asking everyone same shit, im just nervous I made it this far into flower just dont want to lose it.

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As long as these are from the bottom, and the older fan leaves, you’re good to go.

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Hi @Gunther11 I looked through my notes and found this it’s a copy paste from something I read I liked how it explained N during flower. I look for this the other day when we were talking and couldn’t find it but found it yesterday looking for something else… of course I always find what I’m not looking for lol but can’t ever find what I’m looking for… Hopefully this will put you at ease it says the same thing we’ve been saying but in a better way lol

COPY/PASTE (I REMOVED ALL LINKS TO SATISFY THE RULES)
It’s normal for plants to show signs of a nitrogen deficiency as the plant gets close to harvest. This is actually a good thing! Too much nitrogen can actually prevent proper budding, and can reduce the overall taste and smell of your plant. This is why all “bloom” and flowering nutrient formulas are relatively low in nitrogen.

Don’t worry about yellow leaves close to harvest! It’s normal to see a few Nitrogen-deficient leaves in the flowering stage. Nothing to worry about unless you see the yellowing leaves start climbing up the plant.

So don’t sweat it if you see your cannabis show some signs of nitrogen deficiency late in the flowering stage! Relatively low levels of nitrogen in the late flowering stage help promote proper cannabis bud development and will increase your yields

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If it’s just lower leaves than I would not worry about.

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Here is a post of mine from the buyer’s guide

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If this is only happening to a leaf here and there, I would not worry about it. Last picture of your grow the plants looked fine.

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Like all have said, as long as they are towards the bottom of the plant it’s a natural occurrence.

I know it’s easy to say don’t stress so much, but I also know what my first grow felt like. Each grow gets a little easier and less stressful. We’ve all been there, so don’t sweat it

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Yeah its mainly the bottom fan leave, maybe one here and there every once in a blue moon.

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That’s the natural way of things Brother. As long as the new growth is good your good. :+1: We grow and we learn. Just don’t get overwhelmed and remember we got your back. :wink::sunglasses::v::call_me_hand:

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Shouldn’t I be smelling something by now I am 1month into flower today. @FullyMedicated @AlienBrew @AfgVet @MrPeat @MeEasy @HippieRunner

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Gently squeeze one of ur buds n get ur nose n there, she should give u a little scent of her perfume.

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i find i get a big wiff when i water or trim. havent had anything last in the jars long enough for full cure yet to tell for sure but this harvest just gets better and better each day/burp.

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Not all plants put off smells. From my understanding they was breeding this feature out.

Now if you break a leaf off it should have a smell. All my plants do when I break a leaf. My 2 Pineapple Cookies have no smell. Outside breaking a leaf.

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I find just as the lights turn off the plants kinda exhale, I don’t know if it’s an exhale but they give off a fresh smell. Or you can rub a bud lightly and smell your fingers, but don’t do it to much because you damage the trichomes when you rub

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What does twisted leaves mean? All my photos are fine but my one WWA had 2 twisted leaves like they where horizontal lol. And does it take awhile for the buds to start packing in weight for photos? @Chasworks @Hellraiser @MrPeat @HippieRunner @AfgVet @latewood @MeEasy

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Pictures would help. :+1::+1::+1:

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So now the leaves are twisted, it was the second set of leaves down from the top.
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@MrPeat @AfgVet @CoyoteCody @FullyMedicated

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