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Purple Punch

Ghostwriter31

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Also If they finish in 13-23 days from today, WHEN THE HECK WILL I SEE THOse BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS ?
no I don’t think I’ll see those colors. Something about the lights or lack of a nutrient from what I remember.
all I know is I’ve found one tiny bud hidden away that I touch every now and then to get a glimpse of smell and taste . I can not freaking wait !!!
 

Virgin Ground

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Also If they finish in 13-23 days from today, WHEN THE HECK WILL I SEE THOse BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS ?
no I don’t think I’ll see those colors. Something about the lights or lack of a nutrient from what I remember.
all I know is I’ve found one tiny bud hidden away that I touch every now and then to get a glimpse of smell and taste . I can not freaking wait !!!
You want to give them cooler night conditions to get the anthocyanins to come out in the plant. They are compounds found in plants like grapes and cannabis. They give the purple hues.
I've been giving lots of stem rubs to smell them. I'm definitely getting the grapey sweet smell.
 

Ghostwriter31

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I’m starting to see that distinct orange color hair on PP. I keep my temps around 70 at night but can get it a little lower .
They fattened up in 24 hours so much think they are on that last push
the blue circle is the one plant that has a few different colors in the hairs. That’s the top cola on the other plant and all their hairs are still white. They are growing at a different .rate it seems
 

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Virgin Ground

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Nice. How long ago did you flip?? We were really close to eachother I think.
Mine are 37 days post flip.
 

Ghostwriter31

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Nice. How long ago did you flip?? We were really close to eachother I think.
Mine are 37 days post flip.
I flipped on 12/20
Didn’t you flip a day before
 

Virgin Ground

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I flipped on 12/20
Didn’t you flip a day before
I flipped the day after you did. 12/21.

Looks like my plants problem is a little overfeeding.
 

Ghostwriter31

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Getting close . Starting all water cycle
 

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Ghostwriter31

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Ok so the plan. This weekend defoliate, very liberal cold ass water, split the base Sunday or Monday . At this time I get confused. Not sure how light or water will do any good if there’s no route to take it . I’ll keep reading but these girls will be done in 7 days . I let this slip up on me
 

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Ghostwriter31

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Possible help?
One of these plants has almost 90% white hairs . She had more foliage and her leaves are still greenish as opposed to the other one looking ragged, the leaves that is. The hairs on her are almost 80% orange . Both are same age and they are 44 days into flowering. did not count on them finishing a week apart but now glad because it gives me a little more time to flush and stress the F out of her . Starve , freeze , and cut her. I’ll be sweet :)
 

Backlipslide

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If it’s still pushing out tons of white pistils, she probably isn’t ready. Have you looked at the trichomes?

staggered harvests are good as well! Gives you time to finish a plant before starting the other one!! :thumb:
 

Ghostwriter31

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Yeah lots happening in both tents. I discovered two more males so they hit the block. Leaves me two in first week of flower and these two PP . I’ll make the 3by3 a finishing tent. Not sure what method there either. I’ve heard chopping and leaving up right to dry on the stalk . So leaves dry downward as opposed to around the buds . I will not wash these two that’s for sure . Did it and will try again laterrrr. @Backlipslide yes the trichs are 80/20 on the one that’s ready
 

Backlipslide

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I’ve never read that anywhere, that’s interesting!

Ive always understood it as, the leaves are “protecting” your yield by drying slower and producing a better dried bud getting you ready for curing.

Ive chopped and hung, I’ve trimmed and hung, it’s all a preference I guess.. I honestly like to trim all the big fan leaves off the plants before hanging. Drying slower scares the shit out of me, because of the possibility of bud rot. So I normally dry on the faster side, and I prefer a dry bud over a wet bud anyways, so it makes trimming into jars easier, and the curing process easier (for me) to do it that way.
 

Ghostwriter31

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I am digging the way these girls are finishing. Lots of sticky stuff, it appears in some spots it’s just a caked up mess . What a bad spot to be in . Only hope I can get the next process down so I have some good tasting grass :)
 

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Virgin Ground

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Buds are looking really nice. :thumb:

My Purple Punch isn't close to being done. Mine has 2-3 weeks on her easily. I will feed her right to the end.
 

Ghostwriter31

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Buds are looking really nice. :thumb:

My Purple Punch isn't close to being done. Mine has 2-3 weeks on her easily. I will feed her right to the end.
I’ll try and find pics of your plant’s. Do you have a link? I guess I should look :)
 

Ghostwriter31

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They both got the knife and lights went out. So I’m guessing I just leave there for the next 3 days. I’m gonna try and do this without checking on them lol
 

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Virgin Ground

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I’ll try and find pics of your plant’s. Do you have a link? I guess I should look :)
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