@HippieRunner - Much appreciated for the insight and feedback on my plants Seems that Spinosad, the active ingredient in Jack’s isn’t available in my area. Looking around it appears that BTK is effective for caterpillars so i’ve picked up some of that this morning. I’ll start a straying effort as soon as it stops raining I removed the heavily damaged leaf already as described. I’ve seen some reference to this product here as effective, but definitely less broad acting as the Jack’s seems to be. Assuming travel is an option again, I might try to acquire some for next time.
@Packof3 - So when you did have the issue with caterpillars, did it just resolve or did you use a product? Curious on that front, as I said above to HippieRunner, we seem to be SOL on the good stuff, unless you see more than I do.
Strain was described as “Liloot Landrace” (Sativa Dominant hybrid - Femminized), however in post purchase researching there appears to be some contention as to it being a landrace as the company is too young. Honestly hadn’t really clued into the color but now that you mention it can’t miss it lol Exciting, can’t wait to see the mature product assuming I get that far.
When you say a 45 pitch, are you measuring that between the tallest top and outside lowest (ski slope style)? Force the plant to be wider by pulling low branches downward and anchoring to the pot edge, I think. Re stretching, yeah they’re both growing and reaching at rapid pace, seems to be around 1" a day, evident in the lime green color of the shoots. Both around 31" tall now.
Gonna be switching up the nutrients I’ve been using, pick up one which is more on the PK side of the balance (3-6-12). Nothing fancy, just what I’m comfortable accessing.