I have never seen white Flowers on a cannabis plant!

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Habosabin,

It’s hard for me to believe that a too intense a light source causing photooxidation would be sooo selective to just flower parts.

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Habosabin,

It’s hard for me to believe that a too intense a light source causing photooxidation would be sooo selective to just flower parts.

Zill.
Ive never had this but I've seen pics almost identical that infers light bleaching. I posted one right when your message came through. In this situation I'd like to think horses and not zebras.
 
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Habosabin,

It’s hard for me to believe that a too intense a light source causing photooxidation would be sooo selective to just flower parts.

Zill.
His other plants are leaning away from the light, and problem plant is directly under the hotspot of the quantum board. 150% light bleaching.


Edit: not leaning away exactly but definitely drooping to hide from light.
 
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With all due respect GS. That is not photooxidation. Look at the white flowers. They are perfect. Don't see much tissue damage.
 
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With all due respect GS. That is not photooxidation. Look at the white flowers. They are perfect. Don't see much tissue damage.
Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
 
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The plant with her white flowers is gorgeous, and such things do happen.
Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
 
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Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
 
Louise33

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She is CBD crack, AutoFlower.
It is in the seed itself, I used other seeds in her package and no white flowers, just this one grew 4 white flowers.
Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
 
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The plant with her white flowers is gorgeous, and such things do happen.
Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
 
Louise33

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It's a genetic mutation. Nothing to do with how it's grown.
Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
 
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Plants as white as snow?! That's the rumour sweeping the Web like wildfire and sparking interest both in and inside out the cannabis world. But is there any truth to this bit about marijuana as white as an iceberg? Is it simply a myth out there on the Web, or do albino marijuana plants really exist?
What are you some kinda bot?
 
420gangsta

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Got that Habosabin. But to me, this white is too pure looking

Louise,

Your mutated flowers resemble your beautiful owls.

I believe what you are seeing is a mutation called a chimera. A chimera is a genetic mutation in a single organism that later displays more than one distinct genotype, displayed phenotype. Consider the grapefruit industry. A chimera on one orange tree discovered by a grower it later become the grapefruit industry. The muted scion was removed and grafted to a root stock. All grapefruits are vegetatively propagated. Grapefruit seeds are not viable.

Zill.
Damn I feel dumb , I didn't know this , i can't stand grapefruit , but thats still pretty remarkable!
 
Louise33

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Plant does not in no way looked fried sir.
It's still flowering now.

1. Pure white flowers on my cannabis plant. Not just white pistils but flowers!

2. https://greencultured.co/cannabis-buds-form-white-tips/

3.https://www.royalqueenseeds.com/blog-albino-weed-the-stuf

I was about to ask if they were going to post the same article again tomorrow in the other thread about this same plant lol.
Not a bot, If I reply to one person, does it reply to all? I replied to some who commented on the thread.
 
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Damn I feel dumb , I didn't know this , i can't stand grapefruit , but thats still pretty remarkab

Damn I feel dumb , I didn't know this , i can't stand grapefruit , but thats still pretty remarkable!

Yes it replys to everyone. Obviously you really really like white flowers ! Lol light bleached or not, they are kinda cool
Sorry, I did not know that, I will reply only once in the future, and thank you.
 
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