Discussion in 'Advanced Marijuana Cultivation' started by stawawager, Mar 6, 2017.
Looks great but I always like to see a bit of scale to a photo. Putting it next to something that we can compare it to would be cool
You can see his hand. It's thin like his finger.... thumb.
nice, what is it?
Looks nice. It would stack more if you get it to ripening without deficiencies.
Was it good?
Possibly mold due to the dead leaves attached to the bud in a few spots & a few less tricks than you should have
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Colorful and looks tasty but low yield.
Deficiencies/imbalances caused leaf necrosis, which also hindered proper bud development. The loss of photosynthetic "area" caused the plant to redirect energy/fuel to additional leaf production (the smaller "new growth" that lack trich's) at the cost of terpenes/resin.
Constructive criticism. "Room for improvement" is much better than hearing "that's as good as it's gonna get".
It's a mongrel. Came from a hermie which only produced female seeds i discovered. Cola was about 10 inches long.
I guess the bottom half looks greener because it recieved less light.
It's about 8-10". Surprisingly dense, maybe because it's my first one, so it's special lol.
I definitely could have controled it's nutes better. I think i have a handle on it now. Thinking about getting away from soil. I thought adversity would grow a stronger better plant. I think babying it is the way to go though. Be really good to it
I haven't a clue. I call it sticky mongrel.
It's not as stinky or yummy tasting (smoke) as i would like. It's almost done drying and ready for curing. It's been driving for almost a week. I surely don't want to screw up at this point.
Happy plants grow better flowers in my opinion.
Just don't rush any steps. The smell will come and go and change throughout the process.
Thanks, i welcome criticism. The whole thing has been a huge learning curve from the room constuction, ventilation, nutes, pH, lights, exhaust, building the drying cart. I finally feel like I have the mechanics down and ready to get some great results next time.
I still have to dink with it twice a day because of temperature control, which I really like to eliminate and just check on them once / week or so.
I have remote sensors which made a world of difference with worrying.
Yea, I shooting for serious frosting.
I'm not sure if the following was the best thing to do but I cut the mature stuff off and left basically the undergrowth to mature. Good, bad or okay?
mongrels are fun, I'm one.
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