Pollen sacs, i suppose. Not nanners. Idk ill put up a pic
Yup those are sacs
Freaks me out cuz I wanted to strip them at week 3 but also I’m a hermi-phobe.
Yeah i will be going easier on everybody this next round. I wish I knew exactly what caused it. The herm received the same treatment as the others, it was however about 3 weeks younger… lots of variables here i think.
So when about a did you defoliate that one ? Week 1 of flower?
No, i only vegged her/him/it for like 3 weeks, the others were vegged closer to 6 weeks. They all went i to flower at the same time. I had fimmed the herm at the 4th node about a week before flower i think. Id have to look back at the journal for the exact timeline.
This was a few days before I did the 21 day defol (which i actually did on like day 19, i only recently noticed i was a couple days off)
The one that hermed is in the middle. I topped the one on the left and had only LST trained the one on the right.
I didn’t forget about this question, I just didn’t have answer. I am making 40 gallons of jacks at a time and ended up increasing the calcium nitrate by 10% in the mixture. I also added a quarter cup of liquid cal/mag to that mix. Which seemed to be well tolerated.
Well the dry weights are in
#1 - 5oz
#2 - 7oz
#3 - 10oz
We’ll see what the clones can do with Jacks this run since their mothers had pretty bad calcium deficiency that started at week 3 of flower.
And I’m retiring my old 900w viparspectra to the extra lighting rotation . It just didn’t even come close to comparing to the HLG 550R’s in yield
Very Nice @Watt-Sun
I made it over and went thru your journal you’ve got a green thumb man. Them Jack’s nutes look like there easy to mix up and looks like the growth is vigorous, would be alot easier for me. I think I’ll be switching over from GH nutes and start using Jacks on my next grow. I’ll be watching
Yeah jacks is the way to go. Especially if you have plants in different stages . One mix feeds them all. I started off growing with advanced nutrients but always seem to run into deficiencies. This is my first grow with jacks and can honestly say these are the healthiest and most vigorous plants I have grown to date. As a bonus jacks has great customer/growing support