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Greeenman

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Hi everyone,
3 weeks in to my second grow and its going really well.
Learnt alot recently through research, trial and error and all of your advice.
Heres some pics of my 3 week old autoflower.
Let me know what you think.
Thanks
 

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Carcass

Member of the Month: Aug 2019 - Nug of the Month: May 2020
It looks just like it should at 3 weeks...good job !
 

Macdaddy420

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@Greeenman looking good mate! See how much you’ve learnt and improved! Hopefully you can get a good yield from these! Very good work! Make sure to check out some training like @Scottylikesbud mentioned!!
 

Greeenman

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Thank you all for your comments and support.
I have briefly researched low stress training and also heard of topping. I have not decided weither or not I will try as this is pretty much my first grow. (First time getting to week 3 with a strong and healthy plant)
Here are some more recent pictures of her :)
 

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Scottylikesbud

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Yes @greenman, I hope you do try a little lst. Start by bending the tip down . And each week or every other week as it try’s to grow back straight up, level her again,
I used clip on paper clips around my pot for anchors to tie to
Here’s a photo of what I did this morning to my plant.
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And then I will tie the top down again in another week or two.
here’s the last time I tied it down couple weeks ago.
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Carcass

Member of the Month: Aug 2019 - Nug of the Month: May 2020
If you decide to go with topping,here's what you'll get- accelerated branching below the cut.
this one will end up with at least 4 mains, and possibly 6.
This one is going outside soon,so that's all the training she'll get.
23 day old Dr.Seedsman, topped 5 days ago:
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Scottylikesbud

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Dude, I’m down to seeing what you will get,
I’m ussually blown away by them buds
Would like to see them grow week by week as well now, see how it grows out myself:high-five:
 

Carcass

Member of the Month: Aug 2019 - Nug of the Month: May 2020
Those aren't pistils- those are stipules -all pot plants have 'em, sometimes they dry out,sometimes they stay green to the end- they have nothing to do with the sex of the plant.
You've got a ways to go before you see pistils.
 

Greeenman

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Is it normal for lower leaves to turn brown??
The overall plant looks good and healthy but bottom leaves not so much.
 

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Scottylikesbud

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I don’t see a deficiency, just an outgrown tooth being lost, in other words your plant out grew it’s fan leaves and is pruning it naturally, I like to leave about a week before removing them as the plant cannibalizes it. Or you can remove it now, but if it spreads to new growth definitely something is up.
But seeing that large bottom fan leaf, if you have been feeding her properly is just being outgrown. :goodjob:
I removed my yellowing fan leaves 4 days ago.
 

Greeenman

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Thanks all, just another quick update.
Overall she is looking well and I am quite impressed for just over 5 weeks.
I am still a bit concerned about the bottom leaves. The discolouration and dryness seems to have affected a couple more leaves now. Anything I should do??
 

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Greeenman

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Hi everyone,
First time grower and she is now at 7 weeks.
I believe she has just started the flowering stage.
After removing most of the dry yellow/brown leaves from the bottom of the plant I am still noticing that some leaves down there dont look too great.
I recently used a molases/water foliage spray to act as an insecticide which is why the leaves look a little shiny.
Please have a look at the pictures and share your thoughts and suggestions.
Thanks
 

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