Pardon the “English”…ILGM’s White Widow fem; Planted Jan 8, flipped to 12/12 on Jan 30
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Can you post some close up pics of the 1st picture?? Looks like seed pods but unsure
Man, I used my wife’s iPhone X for the first three, mine’s a 6S. Back down to the cellar with the wife’s. Her phone usually takes much clearer pix than mine…but they do look like pods
The first picture does look suspicious.
It still just blurry enough that it’s hard to tell for sure.
Looks male to me.
Looks like youve got a boy in there
Hate seeing this Growmie
----- ILGM White Widow Fem
Method: COM Raised Bed Mix with added peat & perlite
Vessels: 3 gal bags
Light system - AB 780 Pro
Temps; Day 80 Night 65
Humidity; Day 30 Night 45
Ventilation system; Yes,
Humidifier: wet towel in 5 gal of water
PH of Water
Full on male and I would bag and toss him. I noticed that you didn’t list PPMs or PH. Critical to know for mixing nutrients and testing the run off to know what’s in the medium
I wouldn’t rely on this meter especially for PH readings
I haven’t added nutes yet, just straight tap water that’s been “dechlorinating” under the lights for a week or so. The PH for the water is on the meter pic.
These meters have proven to be very inaccurate. What PH have you been watering to and are you watering to run off? Testing the run off will let you know how much nutrients remain in the medium and the run off also helps with keeping a healthy root zone
I had thought I overwatered when starting them. I used to grow in a 1/3 peat, perlite & vermiculite mix years ago and watered a couple times a week. So, maybe a bit too late, I found that water wasn’t needed as often. However, I haven’t watered them so much as to get any runoff, I’m afraid to waterlog the roots.
That will only happen if keep it soaked. If living soil you stay moist. Nutes dry/wet. If overwater no worry…just let it dry out.