16" high white widow autoflower. The big one in the back doesn’t look anything like the other two. I don’t know where the pics went. Drag and drop not working. FAQ not much help.
Welcome to the forum. Same batch of seeds, there’s going to be big differences. Like if you have siblings but you all are different
@Beck has you covered
@jimmya Welcome to The Forum. What @Beck said is probably what’s occurring. That big one may turn out yo be your favorite beast lol!!!
I hope so.
There’s always that one!
Welcome to the community. The knowledge here is golden
Seems like the two in the front were not grown as well as the one in the back. Did you change something about technique? The plant in the back is a far cry healthier then the flowering ones.
The only difference was after germination the seed was dropped into the big pot and not transferred from a little peat pot. This is my first grow and trying to see what works best, but I don’t know what I’m looking for. The two with flowers grew to 16" and started flowering. The last one (big one was started last) seems to be a different plant but I just don’t know.
I’ve grown WW auto’s for two years now. Each time there was a couple that had a genetic defect. No main stalk, twisted leaves, weird fresh growth inside buds.
Of the healthy plants, some seem to have a little more Indica (fat leaves and shorter plant) and some more Sativa (narrower leaves and taller plant) They are hybrids after all, of three strains.
I get 4 to 6 oz per plant on the healthy and the defects that survived only 1 oz or less.
Mine were all in the same soil, same water, same everything, outside.
While your lighting and soil may be off a little from the pics, don’t let the differences in strain genetics take you down a rabbit hole of attempting to correct what can’t be corrected.
BTW, the different dominant strains seem to harvest different too. The Indica /fat leaves was 11 weeks from pop out of soil, the Sativa another week to 10 days.