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Wow @420blazedit . Can you get a couple pics of the whole girl? We can see what we are dealing with.Hi Bill got an extremely bushy plant here, any tips on what I should do with her next? Defoliate etc, she has been in veg for 3 months and is getting put in flower in the next 3 days
I’ve had some ph issues I’ve gone from 2months phing at 5.8 to 6 because I am in 80% coco and perlite and 20% compost I thought the ph might have to be a little bit higher. Also she is going to a much bigger home when she’s flowering with all warm white cflsI noticed you have some leaf twisting how is your ph?
I was hoping you could pull it out but ok.
Is that where you are flowering her?
Not much room.
Oh can you move over to my purple pics thread?
I was so excited I did them right away.Timing can sometimes be the hard part, especially since they didn’t tell you what day the nutrients were going to arrive to you. Your cloning technique looks awesome so I’m sure you won’t have any trouble taking a new batch of cuttings.
I’ve cut countless numbers of clones that were either to early or to late.. it’s just something that happens. No worries.
I had them in the dome too long before I transplanted and the leaves went soft so I culled them. No its a terrific nutrient @Prescription Blend .Hey amigo! Que paso? By “started them too early” are you referring to the age of the mother when you took cuttings or?? Planting them? How old was mom?
also, do you use a cal/mag supplement w this nutrient brand in coco or no?