First time grower - Is this girl flowering at 16 days?

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MrBrazilGrows

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Greetings! Quick background about this grow. I am growing my legal limit here for the first time. I am using an enclosed grow tent with extra CO2.
The fastest and strongest plant is flowering, I think…
All my plants are not very tall at this stage but they have a lot of leaves and branches.
This plant is a Crop King Amnesia Haze Auto. I thought they took about 3 weeks to start flowering. Am I stressing these plants somehow?
Today during watering I noticed these:
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Today is day 15 since this plant shot through the ground one day ahead of everybody else. Others are catching up to her height and surpassing her, but she is the densest little cannabis plant I have ever seen. The problem is she is the first ever little baby cannabis plant I have ever seen. Do I start LST her? I am proud of how well they seem to be doing, If it means she is healthy, hardly and happy. I’m proud of her, but if any of you experienced growers out there have thoughts of what I can do to make the best out of this situation for their sake. I appreciate any insight, folks.
Thank everyone for your help so far.
Red light break after watering
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Is this a flowering plant? Yes and… yes?
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MrBrazilGrows

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I don't see flowers, I see new leaves. Looks hungry, you still peeing on them?
There are some very slick structures in the center, with long strands I hadn’t seen before. I appreciate the information, I’m glad that is the case.
The reason for this question is, precisely, because there are some issues with their leaf growth. I almost wish I didn’t add CO2 in this first grow so I could see what the normal process looks like. I did so in an attempt to maximize yield and quality. The leaves seem to be oversized, they are growing very fast and aggressively.
Sometimes it is noticiable within a couple of hours.
I am watering them once a day, just normal ph water. They are growing in a Happy Frog 2 litter core with a shell of Ocean Forest around it, I figure this would give them some time to get to the rich stuff.
I am following a VPD chart and succeeding in keeping them between 70 and 75 F at 45 to 55 % RH and 1200 to 1500 ppm CO2.
KIND LED x420 have IR+Far Red and UV flowering switch, the photo editing exaggerates the redness quite a bit. I just turn down the blues and up the reds for 30 minutes, then just reds, then lights out. About 22/2 now because I feel the CO2 is pushing them very hard and maybe metabolically they would benefit from just not pushing so hard. I’ve been letting them dry out before I water them, not too much. After watering and and one hour in the sun, they look a little better for sure, a little more crispy.
I don’t feel they are unhappy necessarily, I can see they are growing. I appreciate your help.
In all seriousness, human urine is an excellent fertilizer, I’m actually looking into saving some for an ancient recipe, if is diluted in about 6 to 8 parts of water and it contains readily usable nitrogen and phosphorus. It’s good shit. I mean…
 
MrBrazilGrows

MrBrazilGrows

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And your leaf serrations are doing weird things, what's your environment looking like?
This was yesterday, she is bigger today.

I am hoping she stretches up so I can LST her, I just don’t know if I should start something now before it gets… thicker. When they are this young, can you put this kind of stress on their little baby trunks?
 
MrBrazilGrows

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And your leaf serrations are doing weird things, what's your environment looking like?
Yeah… the environment is freaking prehistoric and they are stretching out like a dinosaur plant, that’s what is happening. Their leaves look like they’re made than stretched as wide as they would go. They don’t even care, they are eating that carbon up like candy. Now I don’t know if they will have withdrawal if I take it away. ;-)
 
MrBrazilGrows

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This is what this girl looks like under all those leaves:
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I don’t want to sound ignorant, but are you sure these are leaves
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There are branches coming out 1 cm from the ground
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Pushrod Monkey

Pushrod Monkey

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There are some very slick structures in the center, with long strands I hadn’t seen before. I appreciate the information, I’m glad that is the case.
The reason for this question is, precisely, because there are some issues with their leaf growth. I almost wish I didn’t add CO2 in this first grow so I could see what the normal process looks like. I did so in an attempt to maximize yield and quality. The leaves seem to be oversized, they are growing very fast and aggressively.
Sometimes it is noticiable within a couple of hours.
I am watering them once a day, just normal ph water. They are growing in a Happy Frog 2 litter core with a shell of Ocean Forest around it, I figure this would give them some time to get to the rich stuff.
I am following a VPD chart and succeeding in keeping them between 70 and 75 F at 45 to 55 % RH and 1200 to 1500 ppm CO2.
KIND LED x420 have IR+Far Red and UV flowering switch, the photo editing exaggerates the redness quite a bit. I just turn down the blues and up the reds for 30 minutes, then just reds, then lights out. About 22/2 now because I feel the CO2 is pushing them very hard and maybe metabolically they would benefit from just not pushing so hard. I’ve been letting them dry out before I water them, not too much. After watering and and one hour in the sun, they look a little better for sure, a little more crispy.
I don’t feel they are unhappy necessarily, I can see they are growing. I appreciate your help.
In all seriousness, human urine is an excellent fertilizer, I’m actually looking into saving some for an ancient recipe, if is diluted in about 6 to 8 parts of water and it contains readily usable nitrogen and phosphorus. It’s good shit. I mean…
Niggah please
 
mysticepipedon

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Yes, those are flowers. This plant doesn't give a damn what the breeder said.
 
MrBrazilGrows

MrBrazilGrows

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To me it looks like unhealthy or underfed new growth tips. There is no sign of sex at the nodes.
In a situation such as this, I’d have to top dress the soil with a nutricional fertilizer, correct? I also have seen people use compost tea. I thought Ocean Forest was heavily fertilized already, that is why I hesitated to accept this possibility. However, I agree with you something is not quite right and I have to act now to ensure it doesn’t get any worse. Thank you for your input, man! I appreciate your help. I’ll try to do better for them.
 
Slickrick82

Slickrick82

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Greetings! Quick background about this grow. I am growing my legal limit here for the first time. I am using an enclosed grow tent with extra CO2.
The fastest and strongest plant is flowering, I think…
All my plants are not very tall at this stage but they have a lot of leaves and branches.
This plant is a Crop King Amnesia Haze Auto. I thought they took about 3 weeks to start flowering. Am I stressing these plants somehow?
Today during watering I noticed these:
View attachment 1193538

Today is day 15 since this plant shot through the ground one day ahead of everybody else. Others are catching up to her height and surpassing her, but she is the densest little cannabis plant I have ever seen. The problem is she is the first ever little baby cannabis plant I have ever seen. Do I start LST her? I am proud of how well they seem to be doing, If it means she is healthy, hardly and happy. I’m proud of her, but if any of you experienced growers out there have thoughts of what I can do to make the best out of this situation for their sake. I appreciate any insight, folks.
Thank everyone for your help so far.
Red light break after watering
View attachment 1193543


Is this a flowering plant? Yes and… yes?
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They grow fast tie down few branches as it grows since it's an auto dnt wanna stress it to much I'll affect yeild get 5 gal pot from seed to finsh I say
 
Slickrick82

Slickrick82

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There are some very slick structures in the center, with long strands I hadn’t seen before. I appreciate the information, I’m glad that is the case.
The reason for this question is, precisely, because there are some issues with their leaf growth. I almost wish I didn’t add CO2 in this first grow so I could see what the normal process looks like. I did so in an attempt to maximize yield and quality. The leaves seem to be oversized, they are growing very fast and aggressively.
Sometimes it is noticiable within a couple of hours.
I am watering them once a day, just normal ph water. They are growing in a Happy Frog 2 litter core with a shell of Ocean Forest around it, I figure this would give them some time to get to the rich stuff.
I am following a VPD chart and succeeding in keeping them between 70 and 75 F at 45 to 55 % RH and 1200 to 1500 ppm CO2.
KIND LED x420 have IR+Far Red and UV flowering switch, the photo editing exaggerates the redness quite a bit. I just turn down the blues and up the reds for 30 minutes, then just reds, then lights out. About 22/2 now because I feel the CO2 is pushing them very hard and maybe metabolically they would benefit from just not pushing so hard. I’ve been letting them dry out before I water them, not too much. After watering and and one hour in the sun, they look a little better for sure, a little more crispy.
I don’t feel they are unhappy necessarily, I can see they are growing. I appreciate your help.
In all seriousness, human urine is an excellent fertilizer, I’m actually looking into saving some for an ancient recipe, if is diluted in about 6 to 8 parts of water and it contains readily usable nitrogen and phosphorus. It’s good shit. I mean…

There are some very slick structures in the center, with long strands I hadn’t seen before. I appreciate the information, I’m glad that is the case.
The reason for this question is, precisely, because there are some issues with their leaf growth. I almost wish I didn’t add CO2 in this first grow so I could see what the normal process looks like. I did so in an attempt to maximize yield and quality. The leaves seem to be oversized, they are growing very fast and aggressively.
Sometimes it is noticiable within a couple of hours.
I am watering them once a day, just normal ph water. They are growing in a Happy Frog 2 litter core with a shell of Ocean Forest around it, I figure this would give them some time to get to the rich stuff.
I am following a VPD chart and succeeding in keeping them between 70 and 75 F at 45 to 55 % RH and 1200 to 1500 ppm CO2.
KIND LED x420 have IR+Far Red and UV flowering switch, the photo editing exaggerates the redness quite a bit. I just turn down the blues and up the reds for 30 minutes, then just reds, then lights out. About 22/2 now because I feel the CO2 is pushing them very hard and maybe metabolically they would benefit from just not pushing so hard. I’ve been letting them dry out before I water them, not too much. After watering and and one hour in the sun, they look a little better for sure, a little more crispy.
I don’t feel they are unhappy necessarily, I can see they are growing. I appreciate your help.
In all seriousness, human urine is an excellent fertilizer, I’m actually looking into saving some for an ancient recipe, if is diluted in about 6 to 8 parts of water and it contains readily usable nitrogen and phosphorus. It’s good shit. I mean…
U got ahead of urself 🤣 all good ull learn I say go organic or no till be easier
 

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