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Papi Chingon

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Ok....She is flowering

More nutes

No nutes?

Tell me fuckers


I can't tell you whether to add more nutes. I'm assuming this is ruderalis, so based on that assumption I can say discontinue veg nutes if you haven't already done so. It looks nice and healthy, so you may want to up your nutes slightly to see how the plant reacts, then if you get a slight burn, back off and you'll knkw your threshold this this specified strain. Each strain has their own needs. Another thing you could do is don't push it and just go with the feed schedule recommended by the manufacturer and try to be on cruise control (this doesn't always work, especially if you are using tap water instead of reverse osmosis). Bottom line, I would feed, feed, flush. I don't like how close this is to other vegging plants and don't like that flowering nutes will then percolate and affect other root masses, but nothing can be done about that at this point unless you want to CAREFULlY dig the others up and replant. It is an easy process based on their size, but without someone walking you through this, you might do more harm than good, break too many roots, put them into shock, then be in fucksville.
 
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I can't tell you whether to add more nutes. I'm assuming this is ruderalis, so based on that assumption I can say discontinue veg nutes if you haven't already done so. It looks nice and healthy, so you may want to up your nutes slightly to see how the plant reacts, then if you get a slight burn, back off and you'll knkw your threshold this this specified strain. Each strain has their own needs. Another thing you could do is don't push it and just go with the feed schedule recommended by the manufacturer and try to be on cruise control (this doesn't always work, especially if you are using tap water instead of reverse osmosis). Bottom line, I would feed, feed, flush. I don't like how close this is to other vegging plants and don't like that flowering nutes will then percolate and affect other root masses, but nothing can be done about that at this point unless you want to CAREFULlY dig the others up and replant. It is an easy process based on their size, but without someone walking you through this, you might do more harm than good, break too many roots, put them into shock, then be in fucksville.

She is doing fine...I'll leave her be and if I have to suffer the consequences their will be lessons learnt.

Thanks for the advice fuckface
 

Papi Chingon

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She is doing fine...I'll leave her be and if I have to suffer the consequences their will be lessons learnt.

Thanks for the advice fuckface
If this is indeed ruderlis, you might just want to go extra light on the flowering nutes so you dont fuck up the real plants. Might be a better way of going about business. Understand what I'm saying, scouser?
 

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If this is indeed ruderlis, you might just want to go extra light on the flowering nutes so you dont fuck up the real plants. Might be a better way of going about business. Understand what I'm saying, scouser?
I have only had a single ruderalis, was a total suprise.
It snuck up on me and had little nutrition added, turned out pretty nice.

Honestly not a bad idea here, with our wet fall conditions.

I keep hoping for indian summer and a late dry fall...happens like 1/3 years or 1/4 years in this location.
 

Papi Chingon

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I have only had a single ruderalis, was a total suprise.
It snuck up on me and had little nutrition added, turned out pretty nice.

Honestly not a bad idea here, with our wet fall conditions.
It certainly has its place based on its growing popularity over the past 15 years. It has no place in my garden, but I will not knock anyone who grows it, as everyone has their own reasons (I'm bulshitting, I knock everyone who grows it).
 
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If this is indeed ruderlis, you might just want to go extra light on the flowering nutes so you dont fuck up the real plants. Might be a better way of going about business. Understand what I'm saying, scouser?

It was an Inddor strain that I put outdoors...I believe it's white widow...Mate gave me it so I said fuck it...Plant it.
 

Papi Chingon

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It was an Inddor strain that I put outdoors...I believe it's white widow...Mate gave me it so I said fuck it...Plant it.
I'm not following completely. Did it start it's life as an indoor plant and then was transplanted outside, or are you saying white widow is an indoor strain that you planted outside? If it is the former, the light switch from 18 hours of artificial veg light could have triggered flowering. If it is the latter, just because a strain is rated indoor doesn't mean you can't have great success outdoor. The environment is typically what dictates indoor vs outdoor, however there are indoor strains that simply pack on too much weight outdoor based on potential size, amd branches simply can't take the weight. I have a nightmare story about a strain called ice (which ironically was 50% white widow if I'm remembering correctly) which gave me basically a broken branch during flowering every 3 days. It was horrifying. That said, the plant was substantial in size (8 or 9 feet). The plant in your pic will not have that issue, unless taken out of flower, placed back in veg, then gained substantial size prior to flowering again.
 

Mr Smokalotapotamus

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Geez man
that is heaven
I need to know what sort of setup you rock
no rush, we got time...looking to build up an indoor room
Right now i have 2, 4x8 tents. 1 HLG 550 RSpec and 1, 1000w hps in flower. MH for veg till i hook these leds up in there. Looking to get another RSpec also. Nothing fancy but the one light. The buds in this pick came off my smurfzilla plant. She had spider mites n thrips.....Had to pull her early, w/o a flush and she still looks like that. Best advice i can give is make sure your environment is right and seek out great genetics! You will never make a c or b plant something special no matter what you do. You will never reach an a plants potential without the right environment. Cheers!
 

Mr Smokalotapotamus

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I'm not following completely. Did it start it's life as an indoor plant and then was transplanted outside, or are you saying white widow is an indoor strain that you planted outside? If it is the former, the light switch from 18 hours of artificial veg light could have triggered flowering. If it is the latter, just because a strain is rated indoor doesn't mean you can't have great success outdoor. The environment is typically what dictates indoor vs outdoor, however there are indoor strains that simply pack on too much weight outdoor based on potential size, amd branches simply can't take the weight. I have a nightmare story about a strain called ice (which ironically was 50% white widow if I'm remembering correctly) which gave me basically a broken branch during flowering every 3 days. It was horrifying. That said, the plant was substantial in size (8 or 9 feet). The plant in your pic will not have that issue, unless taken out of flower, placed back in veg, then gained substantial size prior to flowering again.
Net them and no more breakage.