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It’s still vegging - I left what was left of the plant in the soil and stuck the broken piece in too - I’m very new at this so not sure I am even doing it right!

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@Beckys22 it’ll likely take more than just sticking the broken stem down into soil to get it to root. You should post some pics of the damaged area and some entire plant images. I like the fusing idea @PurpNGold74, we need a tutorial on that for us lol!!

Becky use the search tool here to study cloning techniques if you decide to go that route although I’d love to see a successful reattachment!!

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Thanks for the info. I’m so bummed it was doing so good I don’t think I can save it. Still have one more I am going to treat like a baby :joy:

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@Beckys22 where exactly did the break happen? Are you familiar with topping? It’s literally cutting off a singular branch and watching as the new growth splits and becomes 2 branches. Depending on where your snap occurred you may be able to salvage something from her. Images help though cuz otherwise your help on here is us spitballing into the dark lol.

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If your not hoping for a male plant? Sorry! Its a male & if its around other plant and you don’t want the to turn to males! I would separate them asap!!! Happy growing :sun_with_face: :potted_plant: :heart:

This is my first grow and I just finished week four with white widow photos in fox farm. Is it time to fim or top? What do you recommend? The last pic is the seed that grew two stalks.




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First off, nice white widows. Next, it depends what you would like. If you want multi top or more control and just a few. My first time i would do both. Top one and fim one and let one go and try some lst.

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@Riverlife. Just play it safe. But what fun is that. Right? Haha. Have fun with them. There not really that delicate, but be gentle.

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Nice plants man! I usually wait until the 6th node pops up to top. Then I LST the side branches , then supercrop the main. Here’s some before and after pics. The wire I used to tie down the side branches was some basic utility wire you can get at a local hardware store or lowes/depot.



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Just noticed you’re on week 4. Today is day 28 since sprout for mine as well. Lol

Thank you! Your plants look great! I’ve been afraid I’m going to damage them but know that they seem to be resilient. I’ll experiment with lst and topping/dimming. Maybe try something different on each one?

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Nice and healthy looking ladies. The good thing is their photo period, so they’ll have time to recover and give you plenty of time for LST :love_you_gesture:

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Was told this Strawberries and Cream strain is a 45 day flower. What do you all think
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@Roguegrowerjon now that’s a frosty treat you got there! I don’t see any amber trichs in you scope pic but it’s certainly growers choice type close Jon.

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Thanks dude. It’s looking about done. Might push it a little longer :rofl::+1:

@Roguegrowerjon have you seen any of the charts floating about in here that show the stages of trich ripening and the effects received at each stage? They are very helpful. I can track one down if you haven’t.

I know about trichome ripeness. I was just wanting opinions on this strain. I’m blown away it’s looking this done at 45 days.

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No idea on particulars of this lineage, but looks delicious. I would probably let this go looking for a little more amber, but you can probably take it whenever you’re ready.

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Hi am a first time grower am two weeks away from harvest and the buds are extremely small i will attach some pics




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They look as tho the lights were a bit… lacking.

Pistils nice and amber. Do you have a loupe/scope to check trichs?

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