DAY ROOM BUBBLEGUM in 6 week flower

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Ghosttrainx

Ghosttrainx

Wicked string.
Yeah greenhouse style it's not to bad once u done it for awhile as u can untangle the branches plus it stresses them out like a rubber band on your finger so it pumps hard to bloom.and then when it bends at knot that's when u know she is full of oil
 
Ghosttrainx

Ghosttrainx

nice work! I even want my pistils whiter and straight out as possible.
On fourth week u will see the resin sacks start to form and the 1st stage hairs start to turn orange and faint looking is PK time at first on set for 7 days only keeping eye on the hot weather as summer here not to muture white hairs from high ec and she well keep growing and grow stronger white hairs and thinker ones so u have to watch when it's time or u will miss it to early or to late will end its cycle or slow it down and will run more 👻🚂✊👍
 
MIMedGrower

MIMedGrower

On fourth week u will see the resin sacks start to form and the 1st stage hairs start to turn orange and faint looking is PK time at first on set for 7 days only keeping eye on the hot weather as summer here not to muture white hairs from high ec and she well keep growing and grow stronger white hairs and thinker ones so u have to watch when it's time or u will miss it to early or to late will end its cycle or slow it down and will run more 👻🚂✊👍

I have different goals. I keep them green as long as possible to keep them flowering to the fullest potential i can get. Time and yield is not my first concern. Longer flowering plants have bigger more complex effects. I want them truly finished but without extra p helping to shorten their life. I grow one at a time staggered a week or two apart for perpetual harvests of different plants. Good info and pics the first pages of my thread if you are interested in a low volume med flower grow with a lot of variety.
 
Ghosttrainx

Ghosttrainx

I have different goals. I keep them green as long as possible to keep them flowering to the fullest potential i can get. Time and yield is not my first concern. Longer flowering plants have bigger more complex effects. I want them truly finished but without extra p helping to shorten their life. I grow one at a time staggered a week or two apart for perpetual harvests of different plants. Good info and pics the first pages of my thread if you are interested in a low volume med flower grow with a lot of variety.
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Im just blown away at the size of those buds!
👻🚂✊🌲👍thx mate and for the worst time to summer as temp can go from 28 all week then 38 ...42 c the next so have to be on the ball not to burn from hi ec
 
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