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Discussion in 'DWC/ Bubbleponics' started by Chaosgarden, Feb 5, 2017.

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    Chaosgarden

    Chaosgarden Member

    You are not a dick :) I appreciate your concern and I did make changes after the accident, now all the drivers are securely screwed to the closet door. I had great plans for my setup but was so eager to start that I did many mistakes.
    Thanks for the welcome :)
    Safety first
     
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    luv2grow

    luv2grow Well-Known Member

    That's exactly why I chimed in lol, We have all been there and done that. Anyway good stuff, look forward to your progress. Happy growing
     
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    Chaosgarden

    Chaosgarden Member

    Took a pic of the roots during rez change :)
    _20170309_195751.JPG
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    keep em looking like that and you'll have a nice harvest. big roots=big fruits
     
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    Logan Burke

    Logan Burke Active Member

    My auto's get deformed leaf growth, along with clones I've had in the past, when they undergo stress in general and/or stressful events....I've found that they still produce energy and are still leaves, they just aren't "pretty" or "normal" (Like most of us people ha). These, are not by chance, autoflowering plants are they? Sorry for not replying back on your thread Chaos; I just had a sternotomy and have been busy between recovery and managing my garden while wounded lol.
    Happy growing
     
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    Chaosgarden

    Chaosgarden Member

    Don't worry Logan :) Health comes first :)
    They are regular fem seeds not auto. I have put some more LED lights in and it's really catching up to the big one :weed: I don't care how she looks :mrgreen:
    Take it easy Logan and hope you have a speedy recovery :)
     
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    Logan Burke

    Logan Burke Active Member

    Thanks so much Chaos, the best of luck to you and your grow! :)
     
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    Chaosgarden

    Chaosgarden Member

    Second day after flip _20170318_144517.JPG I trimmed it two days before flip but it grows big leaves so fast, can I trim it more when it's in bloom?
     
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    luv2grow

    luv2grow Well-Known Member

    Yes you can trim in flower. Just keep in mind that those leaves store Nuets for the flowers. So take it easy and break up taking leaves into a few sessions. Let that plant recover from the stress. looking good!
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    also think of the leaves as solar panels for the plant. less panels=less energy.

    more trimming=more stress=hermies? too.
     
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