Whats going on with my plant?

Tracker

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Are you northern hemisphere? What latitude? Only autoflower plants should flower outdoors right now in the northern hemisphere above the tropics...anywhere in the USA.
 

Jeffislovinlife

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They are looking good to me and if you want to flower outside or for some reason need to flower you can take a tarp and cover them just make sure you have plenty of air flow
 
Thanks for the info jeff. Yes I am in the northern hemisphere Iouisville Kentucky and grow outside I'll just continue to be patient. Any other suggestions would be appreciated for me right now its trial and error.
 

Jeffislovinlife

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Thanks for the info jeff. Yes I am in the northern hemisphere Iouisville Kentucky and grow outside I'll just continue to be patient. Any other suggestions would be appreciated for me right now its trial and error.
O yeah by the way welcome to Riu and congratulations on your first grow lots of good information here to be had make sure that you read as much as you can also if you are able get yourself one of these 1625479416353399103529.jpgor something like it and me and Odin will be looking forward to seeing what you do next as always thank you for your time and the best wishes to you and your family
 

Tracker

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Outdoor, I do weekly preventative maintenance for pests with neem oil, spinosad, and/or bt foliar spray and root drench. Apply after sunset. If sunlight gets on leaves wet with this, it will burn the leaves. Bugs will mess your plants up if you don't do anything. Do not apply foliar spray application after buds start to form.
 

Tracker

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I guess this one started flowering early. its been about a month. How do I know are when do I harvest
It will be ready to harvest when the pistils are orange and receding. As long as it is showing new white pistils, it's not ripe, and it's still making new flower material. It's helpful to have a jewelers loupe or handheld microscope to inspect trichomes. On my outdoor, there's more damage to trichomes than on indoor, and the damaged trichomes turn amber color before it's really time for harvest.
 
Shes grew all summer longHers my second plant ever started to flower. It's almost 4 week into the flowering stage. Does she look healthy. Should I trim the leafs. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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