These are both Blue Dream Autos planted at the same time. I don’t know what the hell is going on with the mutant. Started from day one like this. Any ideas?
It’s most likely what’s called Variegation leaves. It won’t cause any problems. Just sort of cool to watch.
Is there a cause to it? It looks kinda like one of those modified alien strains that have weird shapes.
I’m not real familiar with what causes it. I learned about them from @Covertgrower. Here’s a article if you want to read about subject.
Just genetics. Most of my variegations all happened with a sativa dominant strain. Still could occur in hybrids, expressing the sativa trait. Hope this helps @Scoobysnax
Thanks for the tag @Bulldognuts
I’ll have to check that out. Thanks guys.
Yes its a gene fault. Genetic mutation. Is normally not an issue, however, it would preclude that plant for breeding because of a faulty gene.
Yeah, well it’s an auto and I’m not that ambitious, yet. I’d like to be on your level someday. I have a love for landrace strains too. Can’t wait to grow Lamb’s Bread. I need more space for that though.
Almost looks as if second plant has been trained and first hasn’t too. Maybe unintentional, but if plant 2 was damaged a little could cause it to grow like that as well.
Yes the normal one has been tied down and lost a couple leaves to illuminate the bud sites. They’re both in the stretch now. I’ve got 2 GSC the same age, and one may be an auto. She’s definitely throwing pistils. I’m kinda bummed because I was gonna veg several plants over winter to make for good size plants.