One plant Canoeing, the other is not


#1

Starting a new W. W. grow. One plant is canoeing the other is not. Both have been treated exactly the same. I am thinking this is heat stress but i’m not sure.




#2

The 5 starter pot are Blue Cheese that are going outside when ready.


#3

Raise your light 6-8" to start, that will begin to drop your heat, monitor and repeat if necessary


#4

They look fine to me. Just looks like they’re loving the light and are reaching for it


#5

I agree with @HornHead
On a side note what works for one plant might not work for another. They may have same environment and food but 1 may handle it differently because of the phenotypes that decidea to become traits. Each plant is different and you need to treat them as such.


#6

Everything is coming along fine with this ILGM White Widow Auto grow. These 2 plants turned out really bushy and the LST has worked great. Some nice buds coming.

Sprouted 4/4

Started flowering 5/10

They have been in flower only 12 days.






#7

I am now 3 weeks into flowering. The plants are showing signs of nutrient burn (I believe). Is it ok to flush since they are so far along into the flowering stage? @HornHead


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#9

Yeah go ahead. I flush 3-4 times during flower


#10

The yellowing spots looks like something else besides nute burn. Check your ph


#11

@HornHead I didn’t think ph cause I always water at 6.7- 6.8 ph. And when I feed I use Advanced Nutrients ph perfect nutrients. Another thought was to put them in bigger buckets. They are in only 2 gal pails. Would it hurt to transplant at this point?


#12

This far along in flower I wouldn’t transplant


#13

Thank you.


#14

Umm pic 1 looks like she’s hungry, not Nute Burn. Pic 2 shows a little burn at the tips, that’s nute burn. But it looks like that’s been there for a while, so probably old symptom.

Did you already flush these plants?


#15

No I did not flush. I gave them a good dose of clean phd water last night though. I checked the trichromes this morning and i’m at about 10% amber. I don’t want to ruin the crop so i’m being careful since they are so close to harvest. I’m just not sure where to go at this point. I was also thinking they might just be at that last stage of growth where they start feeding on themselves.


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#17

Almost ready for BOTM. Another week possibly.


#18

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Another week it seems.


#19

Really bummed. My biggest plant split at the main stem from the buds being so heavy. I pulled it back together with string to try and help her heal. I hope it works. Although it’s about 5-7 days from harvest. So might not be a big deal. As you can see the buds on this one are huge.