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That looks like a weird reveg, I’d bet there was a light leak somewhere.
Oohhh I like a challenge haha.Hey Barny; here's a real brain burner!!!
Figure this one out and earn a pat on the back. High heat has been ruled out for both seed and seedling. Started and growing in coco choir. Nutes never higher than 500 till 6 inches high, then no more than 700ppm after. The only one of 4 that germinated normally. It was Transplanted after the 3rd node popped up ...
A riddle? Or just bad seeds?
Haha bingo it's the jiffy pellet mate. They're notorious for it. Seen way too many people fall victim to those things. Can get them root bound almost instantly if the nets left on. Safer to use root riots. Not sure how it happens to be honest. The net on thems hardly tight but it does happen an awful lot . Especially to autos.Studying my journal will be a lead to 100 pages of rambling! lol
There is a hydrometer in the pic.
The plant was probably stunted from being stunted from being within 10 feet of me...
I dont have a clue about the problem so. It's a lost cause; but curiosity wants me to let it finish whatever it wants to do and photograph the root ball afterwards. And I'm no stranger to screwing up a root system. It'll likely be the size of a walnut (if that big). If i remember, it was started in a tiny jiffy Pete pod. And transplanted in coco. And the coco has vermiculite and expanded clay pellets mixed in.
HahaMy last store bought a month ago (1/2oz Sativa with the usual forgettable name) may be the cause of my sudden month of insomnia and anxiety. I was focused more on the strong buzz and should have gone for a relaxed buzz. But that's my fault. I should get a couple grm of Indica and see if it relaxes me. Looks lik my bait money may not be needed anyway, plus if the rain keeps on, the Detroit River will soon be outside my door.
My area has a serious drainage problem so, I'll only need to put a big treble hook on the rod and snag some local wildlife as they swim by.
Maybe that MiniCooper size OMGpossum that was in my yard the other night!
Eh? No way is that the tiny wee stunted auto that you topped? Surely not? Really? Didn't bet you I'd eat my shoe or anything did I? LolHere's a better one and som updates on the CBD.
Immediately after i made the mistake of topping the CBD, a reader called Barney(something) mad a prediction of somewhere around or UNDER 1/4 oz.
I think this plant intends to make a joke over that prediction. I see flowering as far as 3, or 4 nodes from the top of each main branch and most of those branches have sub-branches doing just as well!
I wish YouTube could show me a glimpse into her future harvest!!!!!
Yeah the ol' supercropping looks easy but it bloody well isn't. Been playing about with it periodically but never had great results. Just doesn't do what I want it to do. I'm officially given up on it this time and sticking with LST. Gonna have to hang bits off the ceiling this time cos my s/c didn't work out and theyre all wonkyI tried super Cropping and they wouldn't bend or knuckle. After a good pinch, I try to gently bend it; but twice with just a 20 degree or so bend, the branches just snapped. I taped em back with a hope they'll mend... I "Might Try" once more with more pinch on the circumference and les bending pressure from my fingers... I new I would screw it up. Likely "at least" 6 or more nug's may have just been destroyed.
This plant isn't just taking up a lot of height, it's getting to be 3ft round in a 2x4' area and has a bigger belly bulge than Mama Cass.
These little auto's are being suffocated of light a little bit more each day. I'm starting to wish, my closet was shaped like a "Big Bay Window".
Haha yeah mate that's a real early root bound. Not just the rockwool though, she never accepted the new media for some reason. Wasnt a big layer of pebbles right underneath her with no binding media by any chance?Well, I decided to yank this Russian Roulette because it's wasting "very valuable" space. The new seedlings need to have the light.
The roots are actually started in a rockwool plug . It would appear the roots are normal when compared to the size of the plant!!! Im taking pics during the surgery to expose as much as possible.