One branch different from the rest

Hi guys

Have an AK-47 growing out in the garden is is straying to bud up nicely
My question is I have a branch on her that seems so so different from the rest of the plant. Should I be worried or is this just the plant doing its thing
She came from feminised seed bank seeds

TIA



The first shot shows the plant with its cola
Second is the clustered branch in question
Third shot shows where the branch is located

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That one branch looks like a small bush itself that shot off the plant. That is really interesting. @Pet_de_Chien and @Underthestairs know a little about strange growth. Almost looks as if it’s an entire different plant!

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This looks like you’ll have 2 harvest times.
The small branches in the bottom are finally trying to catch up to the rest. They look like they’re still in veg when I’m also seeing flowers on the bigger 1. Super interesting. I’d like to know how it goes. Good luck with this.

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I think it is really cool! Love seeing different ways plants express themselves. What is the word I am searching for found in mammals? Chimera?

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That is very cool, I’m gonna tag along, love the mutants. Likely just a genetic thing or those roots found that lost microdot. Let er rip.

In reality, roots probably found a good pocket of potassium, molyb. and phos. at the perfect time, but no real way to know.

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Am glad no one said cut it out…was worried that it was turning male

The plant is about 5’10" and the branch is near the top abut to the side

Will def post more pics as it changes

It is in the veggie patch in good composted soil of chook, horse, cow, and sheep manure with loads of decomposed hay. She is fed nothing fancy, just fertilizer bought at local hardware…I have changed her over to a flowering fertilizer now she is budding

Can’t wait to try the AK-47…heard great things about it

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Love the mutants too! Tagging along also. Stake it up if she needs you too

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She is staked tho needs a few more

So it is just a curiosity…nothing to harm the plant?

No harm. Just keep her supported and let her reward you

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She’ll be fine as long as she doesn’t get too close to the sun, lol!

Still Australian summer so that’s a hard one ROFL :rofl:

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It fimed itself

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So one of my mothers had a couple branches like this. I’ve since harvest it and cut alot away but you can see just how many shoots was off one limb. Not to mention the plant had tons of random shoots as well.
Cool mutation i believe. Though yours is absolutely huge compared to my indoor plant :sweat_smile:

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Mine is outside in the garden so looks like it’s on steroids lol
Be interesting to see what happens…reckon therexwill be millions of tiny buds which will be a nightmare to trim :rofl::rofl::rofl:

I assume you can confirm it is not a latent late arriving twin coming up alongside the main stalk? So it really branches off the main trunk of ONE plant??

Strange. Yet interesting. Get me some of dem seeds too. Lol

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@VirginiaGrowBoy it is def a branch coming off the main trunk…it’s def wierd and wonderful :joy: and will take photos each week. Just had a big storm so hopefully it’s still looking good :joy::joy:

Last year I had mutant white buds…this year mutant branches…we def grow thing wierd in Oz​:joy::joy::joy::joy:

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@Auspig …I gave a mutant!!..only in Victoria :joy:

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The Alien mutant is getting bigger…still not sure what to do with it


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@Underthestairs @VirginiaGrowBoy @Pet_de_Chien @GrassMan420 @1HappyPappy @Borderryan22

Bad photos I know but am constantly worried my alien mutant might turn and infect
What do you guys think…can get better photo when the sun lifts up higher



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