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Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by Marc Alcain, Sep 3, 2017.

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    Marc Alcain

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    mr sunshine

    mr sunshine Well-Known Member

    I would pull it and start again. It started to reveg on you.
     
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    Marc Alcain

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    I'm sorry but that is new flower growth not reveg, and its because is a long flowering sativa
     
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    mr sunshine

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    Thats some Nasty foxtailing fluff. You won't get anything worthwhile, some very low quality weed.
     
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    Kjudah420

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    How long has it been in flower?
     
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    Marc Alcain

    Marc Alcain Member

    67 days
     
  7. The issue is that the plant is clearly having nutrient issues, and so your flowering time is affected. I'd cut it and start over.
     
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    Marc Alcain

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    Does she look better now? is getting denser each day

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    Bestg4202

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    I'm lookin for info on Foxtailing right now...is it a bad thing overall? And if so can you tell me why? I have one plant that's been doing it a little.
     

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    mr sunshine

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    Some strains do it more then others. that one looks pretty good, I wouldn't worry about it. Sometimes it happens becouse of high temperature, but yours looks solid...
     
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    mr sunshine

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    No, not at all.
     
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    Tbudwilly

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    Say bro, just my opinion, but I think you should check your PH at your root zone. You growing in soil or in hydro? Hydro will be easy for you to check, soil is a little more difficult I know, or just take the poor man's route and flush that thing with 5-10gal of distilled water. I never pull a plant unless it's imperative, like where it will spread a disease to other plants or pollinate them. I've also seen fox tails produce really incredible buds. If your PH is off then it's hard to tell if your plant is ready or not based on plant appearance alone because the nutrient lockout will kind of appear like the plant is at the last stages of its life. If you want to be really sure if it's ready or not you need to look at your trichomes. Amazon sells 40x jewlers loupes for around 15 bucks. I personally think your plant looks fine, it's had some stress, either heat or light leaks, but it's not the end of the world. If worse comes to worse, you can still allow your trichomes to develop and mature then make hash out of it, but I wouldn't pull it, not unless it's ready to be pulled based on trichomes
     
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    CriticalCheeze

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    It's all locked up and having issues. it is struggling to have much resin production. about 70 days into flower just cut it. Start another grow and learn from mistakes. all you can do.
     
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    Marc Alcain

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    Thank y'all for your answers, here is the first cola I harvested to cure and try, damn, the high is very clean head and psychedelic (the kind of perfect high for being around people), I cannot imagine what this would be if I hadn't had the lockout.

    I mean just look at those colors, felt a little sad 'cause such a waste of yield

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    Marc Alcain

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    Water ph + nutes 5.8 , growing in coco, did flush 4 days ago (lockout was due to a rootbound before I transplanted her to a fabric pot the last month), and now it looks like a peyote cactus

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