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Hey guys, so we started growing this lady in January. 

Outdoors, in a pot with soil, we were giving nutes up till about 3 weeks ago. Seagro. Its a jack herer X 

All was going well, stacking up nicely etc up till recently..

There seems to be foxtailing & every day the buds seems like they are getting airier, the leaves seem to be dying quicker than usual.

Im assuming its not getting enough sun, has anyone else experienced this?

would it be best to do an early harvest? Or any tips or ideas on how to supplement it?

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usually foxtailing happens cause of too much light, but not in terms of intensity, in terms of hour cycle. stray lights perhaps?

outdoor cycle is just a mess these days anyway. growing out doors you kinda have to expect some funny stuff, because as we all know nature doesn't give a single shit what the textbook says. 

the seasons aren't what they used to be, plants think it's winter then we get a whole week of summer, this may cause them to do funny things like foxtailing or even hermie. very common for females in late flower to push nanners when their cycles get messed up or even just a little stray light.

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That plant seems to be trying to finish fading naturally,

But also keep in mind that if you're giving a potted plant a N dominant feed during flower you would promote leafy growth. Have seen flowering plants with more leaves than bud due to this.

As we get closer to the winter solstice you're going to start seeing funny things as they technically shouldn't be growing/flowering naturally now-limits being pushed and all that.

Some of our outdoor girls also showing a bit of foxtailing, later on the plants will want to start revegging, so you'll have to decide how far you want to push them. Some plants might finish flowering, others will want to start revegging, it will be up to you as the grower to recognize the signs and decide if you want to harvest or let the plant reveg.

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11 hours ago, MissMayhem said:

Hey guys, so we started growing this lady in January. 

Outdoors, in a pot with soil, we were giving nutes up till about 3 weeks ago. Seagro. Its a jack herer X 

All was going well, stacking up nicely etc up till recently..

There seems to be foxtailing & every day the buds seems like they are getting airier, the leaves seem to be dying quicker than usual.

Im assuming its not getting enough sun, has anyone else experienced this?

would it be best to do an early harvest? Or any tips or ideas on how to supplement it?

Trichromes are clear-milky

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I would cut the plant down. Looks good, well done💯

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Plant fades.. cut is my suggestion too. She is that late, rodelization can easy occur. 

 

Seagro is more for veg and even for veg is rather weak. If you get your fertilizer from Builders, next time get some GuanoFlo for flower. Should give a way better result.. you lack P and K with Seagro.

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