GorgeousThank you everyone! ... we now move on.
Final Bloom, Day 42
Today I want to show you something. As you all know, following the popular advice I ended up with a potassium deficiency right in the middle of stretch. I have shown you the crinkled leaves in my upper canopy that were the precursor of all those grows we are seeing where the sun leaves end up crispy critters at the finish. Since reducing the MC back down to the needed values, a remarkable thing has happened. Those sure to be gonner leaves are repairing themselves. They are starting to flatten out and be a larger part of the system again. Sure, they have battle scars, but the point is that they are coming back. How often have you seen that? Clear proof that we have isolated the cause and the solution.
Also please note that right on time, at the beginning of week 7, we are entering the last stage of bloom. The clear indicator I have been waiting for occurred during this watering cycle, just a few of the very tip top white pistils have now started to curl over and change color. We are in the finish now!
Speaking of that finish, let me show you something else. All formerly damaged leaves on the plant are still there, horizontally aligned and happy to be alive. I have not lost one leaf. Not one. Nothing is yellowing, nothing is dying. This is the proper way to grow a weed. I give you shots all over the plant of happy MegaCrop green leaves... nothing in distress.
This is using microbally speaking, dead mineralized soil, given superior contact with the roots with @Vulx, never once even thinking about checking pH of my soil or my nutrient solutions, using tap water for gosh sakes, with no worries about chlorine... basically doing everything wrong. Megacrop obviously.... let me repeat that for those with blinders on, obviously does not care.
Here are the big beautiful tight trichome packed buds that obviously are happy that I am their gardener