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InTheShed

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Maritimer

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InTheShed

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Your day 7 looks a he'll of a lot better than my day 5! And you still have white pistils which makes me think yours is a lot further from harvest than mine.
 

InTheShed

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Carcass

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Your day 7 looks a he'll of a lot better than my day 5
I hate to say it Shed, but it really does....
Maybe the conditions outdoors are speeding the process up a bit on your plant?
 

InTheShed

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Carcass

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On the bright side, you're over halfway there... :3:
 

InTheShed

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Maritimer

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I hate to say it Shed, but it really does....
Maybe the conditions outdoors are speeding the process up a bit on your plant?
Hi Carcass,
I used to live out Sheds way and can guarantee he goes dry outside faster than I do inside. The moisture also clings to my pro-mix as it has a bit of vermiculite in it. End of the day what matters is the plant gets enough time in drought to engage species survival. That is when she becomes "all that she can be" and the longer she is fighting for her survival (days in full drought) the more beneficial the treatment will be in potency and quantity.

This gets easier to watch and do when you see some of the rebounded plants (not all will rebound, plant fitness?), but the best part is if you are fighting pain this makes your medicine stronger. Every strain I have droughted.
 

Maritimer

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I mention plant fitness. little things add up. Notice my fans, not cute little circulators. I run window fans. Temp swings at night? you betcha. we dont need a candyass we need a cultivar, proud, strong and happy.

just sayin lol
 

Maritimer

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The 50% target was well exceeded by all cultivars. Fertigation on the Ninth morning full strength plus 20% Mega Crop one gallon each. Tomorrow we give them each another gallon. I thought the one stank plant was done for, 7 hours later she is back looking for love. All plants in active bloom so no harvest planned .

This stuff amazes me and I do it every month. :love:





Gently Enchanted Science :hookah:
 

Stunger

Grow Journal of the Month: May 2021 - Plant of the Month: May 2021
Looking great Maritimer, I always love the views you show us of your gardens!
 

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