Flower looks odd to me

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Txgrower

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This is a mango melon strain from Humboldt county seed.

5 gal pot
Fox Farm soil and FF trio nutes
75 days from seed

This flower looks off to me, a lot of new pistol from last week. Am I just over analyzing here? First time growing autos.

thx for any feedback
 
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whitedwarf

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Looks like foxtail buds. They grow in a line. I had a seed from India that popped up to grow like this but nothing wrong in the grow or smell or taste.
 
FourthCity

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This is a mango melon strain from Humboldt county seed.

5 gal pot
Fox Farm soil and FF trio nutes
75 days from seed

This flower looks off to me, a lot of new pistol from last week. Am I just over analyzing here? First time growing autos.

thx for any feedback
Autos are crossed with ruderalis, its gonna look a little different.
 
B0ssD0ss

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I was just doing a little research on the ol interweb on ruderalis and seeing they are high in CBD and low in THC. That being said I see the purpose for the use of autoflowering plants for medicinal patient usage. Knowing they are easy to grow, hardy, and stay small for those patients lacking space to grow, but with the cross breeding with heavier THC strains do these plants really hold better THC levels due to their genetic mutations? Or are the natural high CBD low THC traits still stay in their original DNA?
 
B0ssD0ss

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I just acquired a OG Kush autoflowering seed and wondering truly how strong it may be.
 

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