Have heard differing opinions on whirlybird's. In the process of forming my own. Some say they can have funky mutations ect. Would like to hear others experiences with them.
Can you explain to me how dirty tools might cause a whorled phyllotaxy? Its not a trick question.. Id really like to know if you have something to share.dirty tools are a common culprit. I'd hide the little bastards in the corner of veg till they tighten up their act.
they will never be better if treated to the same environment and habits.
As normal leaves formed I'd cut those embarrassing leaves away, so nobody ever sees them, then, I'd clean my tools.
so totally misread the title, and my answer is " STASH" .Can you explain to me how dirty tools might cause a whorled phyllotaxy? Its not a trick question.. Id really like to know if you have something to share.
Whorled phyllotaxy is nothing to be proud of... its a breeders fuckup in most cases
and not to be confused with 'fox tailing' another breeder/ environment screwup
in most cases both are recessive
just keep in mind we are growing THC here
Embarrassing leaves... There is no difference between leaves on a plant with regular opposite phyllotaxy and whorled phyllotaxy. Phyllotaxy is just a different leaf arrangement of regular leaves and says nothing about the individual leaves itself.As normal leaves formed I'd cut those embarrassing leaves away, so nobody ever sees them, then, I'd clean my tools.
either your mix is hot or you need to back off on the teas you got a lil leaf tip burn. Just give her a worm casting shake take that right outAwesome, that's dope as fuck man!! I hope that mine can recover the transplant shock and takeoff a bit before it starts flowering....
example of ducks foot please..I maybe able to help you out..if my thinking is on the same pageso totally misread the title, and my answer is " STASH" .
I've worked with them, nothing purposeful, just happened, neat for the novelty if nothing else.
variegated, duckfoots.....send them my way please...