Well 1st off Damn they look really nice.
not a single cola on them that is ready to be cut just yetWell 1st off Damn they look really nice.
I’m not gonna act like I know what to tell you but just an idea
You might be able to get away with clipping some of the more mature looking branches so the rest of the energy goes to the others. Sometimes I cut the bigger tops then the rest of the plant 2 or 3 weeks later but that’s me. I’ve also had some fast flowers that finished early before.
Either way great job
Just like anything in life, genetics determine the potential. Then to unlock that potential is another story. But it has to be there to unlock or it won't matter if your clackamus coot, the weed can only go to its genstic potential
All your plants are light stressed. It's why they have no nodal distancing and are getting fried leaves..ending of week 7 of flower not sure why all the yellowing on the big one ,not even sure why number 2 looks that way
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so when comes to my humidity it sucks the last few days i been heating with an electric heater and that destroys my humidityHey there budsofgeorgia, your plants look great! Not a bad thing having that smaller, really fast flowering plant. Less to trim all at once, and a sample before the big plants come down!
What are the humidity levels at in the tent?
Maybe try keeping the light spaced a little higher during that 1st week of flowering to enhance the stretch a bit. Then lower to the distance you have going now while they fill out