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L3Vi

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  1. Thank you for your help i'll give them another 4 weeks by then my scope i order will have arrived and i can have a better look at what is going on at this moment i am using my phone and i am surprised that i could view them like that even if it wasn't the hd quality we all love.
  2. On my next run i will definitely do more training and a lot of thing differently but for my first grow so far i am happy the 2 small plants was just a bit of a disappointment if there buds ended up being as small as they are now. I would like to see them fill out some more.
  3. Good day buds. I have a plant at 6 week of flower and have some very bad shots of the trichomes. This is my first grow and those who can make out the color. Should i start flushing or do they still have some ways to go? Thanks for any advice.
  4. My 3 girls in flower no pest no problems at all.
  5. Thank you to all who replied. I will keep a close eye on the plants and baby them for the next few days. Also will go out and get fungicide as a preventative. I have 3 plants doing amazing and this is my first run into trouble will add a photo of my girl.
  6. I have 4 plants that are grown in 30% coco, 30% perlite, 30% compost, 10% wormcastings and some amendment like bone meal, rock dust, atlantic mix of kelp and other amendments. They started out with small dots and i thought it was some small heat stress as we have had some hot days. But i then discovered white flies and winged fungus gnats. I went out and got a organic pesticide and sprayed it on. The white flies were gone and the plants looked healthy but today they are looking much worse. I don't know if it is a bacteria, a insect or under/over nutrient. I did give some vermi tea at the end of last week. I give my plants rain water that i save in a big 500 litre tank. I ensure my pH is 6 to 6.5 range. They are small and in an average of 15 litre pots. I am watering about 250ml of water each morning as the heat is drying them out fast and i do not want to run risk of overwatering. Any help or advice will be much apreciated. Note: 4 different strains from white widow to durban poison.
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