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Or this is my imagination. Strain is white Russian. Brought in from outside. Been under lihjts for about 3weeks now. Not sure how old plant is but I am assuming it has started flowering.

Any guidance please? 31fa17411d7406609807b2761cc0a746.jpgd3469eea3e402bca90f8697968f591c4.jpgf07d338654eb25079b0e2f43fcf0e3ee.jpge0853a65aba7857ce47035b34a65d278.jpg

 

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Defs a small female there bro... 

What is your question though? 

Do you want to reveg her? 

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Looks like a clone that's gone into preflower, judging by the size of the plant.

You will have to furnish more details for the forum members to assist.
Medium, nutes, water, type of light and light schedule.

Many clued up members here.




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i only noticed the flower now. its about 5cm in hight give or take. 

Lights: 1000w full spectrum LED  (18/6 cycle)

Soil: Potting soil

Nutes: Sea grow

water: i only water when the soil is Dry. anything from 3-5 days between water.

plants get checked regularly. Its my chosen Hobby so i am in the room Daily. Even if its only to have a look while I puff.

leaves seem to be curling a bit. maybe I am just being full of it.

 

so about that reveg though If i keep her on the 18/6 light cycle will she reveg? or should i just grow her out and restart? should get a nug or two.

it isnt a clone and actually grown from seed. I got a bit eager and planted in July sometime. didnt expect her to survice but here she is. and i just want to give her the best chance to please me. lololololol

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If its not an auto flowering seed it will reveg under 18/6

Do you adjust the PH of your water? Always start with PH if you have problems 

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11 minutes ago, Dr. Green said:

If its not an auto flowering seed it will reveg under 18/6

Do you adjust the PH of your water? Always start with PH if you have problems 

I am in the process of buying a PH test kit.

should have it early next week. It is not an auto. its a reg bean. Been using tap water at the moment

 

  So will keep an eye on it. I need a room. the little box is no fun. I want more plants. lol

 

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2 minutes ago, Dr. Green said:

Get a digital PH pen. Much better than the strip kits

This is my plan..

I am looking at something like this:

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2 minutes ago, Dr. Green said:

Should do the job yes. Adjust PH after mixing nutrients I aim for 6.3 in soil 

Thank you kindly.

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My Blue Gelato started turning like that but I lost her. What pity, but my point is check your pH like he said. What is your temps in your cab/tent???

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No idea about temps yet. It's been okish weather wise.
I am getting a PH pen on the next couple of days.
Thanks. I've tried something. Will update later with pics.

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Pot is quite big for that small lady. And what medium your using.

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Pot is quite big for that small lady. And what medium your using.

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Using organic living soil. Does pot size in beggining make a difference?


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Using organic living soil. Does pot size in beggining make a difference?


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Some like to let the plant form a root ball and then go up to a larger pot.

I don't feel it's needed, do what works best for you in terms of space and effort. With autoflowers majority of people will plant the seed straight into a 20L pot.

Apparently when going into a larger pot, the plant won't grow as fast initially due to it creating roots, but once the roots have developed and grown then it'll shoot off and grow really quickly!

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Some like to let the plant form a root ball and then go up to a larger pot.

I don't feel it's needed, do what works best for you in terms of space and effort. With autoflowers majority of people will plant the seed straight into a 20L pot.

Apparently when going into a larger pot, the plant won't grow as fast initially due to it creating roots, but once the roots have developed and grown then it'll shoot off and grow really quickly!

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Yeah I'm one of those who let the rootball form and also because I lost many small plants due to over watering, staying wet to long, taking longer to take off etc.

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Thought I would update.
I have three reasons I believe I struggled with these plants.

1. I used really old untreated soil from a previous "Grow".

2. It hated the environment inside after being outside so long.

3. Was just going into reveg.
Below is a Pic of the plants today. Back outside.
What I'm using.
Worm wee.
Alfalfa meal
Sea grow.

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Plant is definitely is reveg mode. Cut out some leafs to get plant aired.....

I bet that water on the plant....

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It's an organic pesticide I sprayed on the plants. It's actually a powder. Just a light spray really.

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They looking better and better each day.
Been giving water, and Worm wee. I alternated between the two. 969bee5e47e272917bfb76a0a910c797.jpg90394b3a1e6a6683a31c32a89e48b626.jpg

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Stop watering until it's dry until the second knuckle when pushing your forefinger into the soil. Over watering is a major problem amongst new growers. Remove as much of the bark content as possible as this is very acidic and strips the plant of the required Nitrogen. Keep your pot clean as the junk can attract unnecessary critters.

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True words man. That soil still looks pretty compact...

 

It won't take spidermites long to make a home there. So clean and stay clean

 

 

 

 

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