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KushFan

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Here are the latest pics of my girls. I planted them from seed back in March and they have been growing outdoors under the sun since. I finally transplanted them in July and removed them from their constricting smaller pots. Since doing so they really hit a growth spurt. They started flowering around the beginning of this month. I was wondering how often I should remove the yellow leaves that form around the bottoms of the plants. Up to this point I have been taking them off as they appear, is this ok? I've heard conflicting stories, one being that all fan leaves should be kept on the plant, another being that dieing fan leaves take away from the energy going to the buds. Whats the best solution? How do they look so far? Any and all responses are appreciated.
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KushFan

New Member
i think that they are 3 gallon pots. they were in 8inch pots b4 but i tranplanted to the bigger ones back in july.
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
The plants are very healthy looking! The yellowing on the leaves is quite normal, and those yellow leaves can be removed with no harm to the plant. The degree of yellowing will diminish as your plants find extra nutrition after repotting. Good luck matey.
 

FreakNature

New Member
I'd smoke 'em. I've gotten blasted off of the bottom yellowing and even browning leaves from some varieties of "home grown", as strange as that may seem! I hate to waste good herb. Sounds kind of strange with all of the good buds around...but, um, what can I say??
 

Smokin Moose

Fallen Cannabis Warrior
^ funnily, those bottom yellow leaves can be quite pleasant to smoke. They are naturally cured if yellow, and if dried slowly can be a novel herbal smoke. They are not harsh and give you a slight buzz.
 
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