Is it worth finishing these plants?

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PipeCarver

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Lift up a couple of those skinny top leaves and see if there is any super small things moving around.
You will likely need a usb microscope
Did you send away for the stand for this mini microscope? The little cheap stand it comes with is useless to try and focus but with the free stand they offer if you post a review for this little gadget works great
 
Moshmen

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with the shape of them, lack of resins, personally i wouldn't bother....you want healthy all thru for proper form and profile...I dont want to be mean but those are fucked....gl
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Agreed - but I think back to my first grow , and second and so on today I would scrapped those plants for sure but everyone’s got to start some where and for some us gardening does not come natural , others can grow anything
 
ComfortablyNumb

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Any reason these plants have no smell at all since sprout? When I rub the stem it smells great but their is no aroma at all but earth and vegetation.
They will get there. They have a light smell like any growing thing at first, but after the flip to flower, they start putting on trichomes and terpines. That's when the smells come out.
 
the rrock

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Start over, don’ t waste any more eggshells or coffee. All you need is common sense and a lot of patience.
There are some legit growers on this site but there are people here that have done a couple grows and claim to be knowledgeable. Learn from your mistakes, I was in your shoes about 50 years ago-patience bro
 
Hsilvas81

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Start over, don’ t waste any more eggshells or coffee. All you need is common sense and a lot of patience.
There are some legit growers on this site but there are people here that have done a couple grows and claim to be knowledgeable. Learn from your mistakes, I was in your shoes about 50 years ago-patience bro
Thanks. I did over-complicate this and I'm learning as I go. Just started a new batch of Lucid Kush, Cannalope Kush and Hawaiian Purple Kush. Started them in a better soil base, slightly acidic. Nothing but distilled water the next three weeks. Then I have an organic 4-4-4 blend to continue the vegetative stage. Then I will look to a 0-7-7 blend once the flower stage begins. I now know about introducing these nutes in smaller fractions than the instructions provide. I now know better how to water my plants. Ever since this happened which was roughly three weeks ago, I have really studied up on things.
 
BionicKroniK

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Thanks. I did over-complicate this and I'm learning as I go. Just started a new batch of Lucid Kush, Cannalope Kush and Hawaiian Purple Kush. Started them in a better soil base, slightly acidic. Nothing but distilled water the next three weeks. Then I have an organic 4-4-4 blend to continue the vegetative stage. Then I will look to a 0-7-7 blend once the flower stage begins. I now know about introducing these nutes in smaller fractions than the instructions provide. I now know better how to water my plants. Ever since this happened which was roughly three weeks ago, I have really studied up on things.
Looking forward to seeing your updated pics and best of luck with both grows! 👍😎🤙
 
GreenMtnGuru

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You don’t need to be a gardener to grow a weed.

You need common sense, patience, and an internet connection of your choosing.

Instead of doing a little homework, you torched your plants, then waited til the 11th hour to hit the panic button. Just like 75% of the “newbie” posters on here.

I understand DetroitJoes frustrations. I also respect him as a grower and a long-standing contributor to this community. However, delivery and tact are easy to dismiss when just typing on a forum. His reaction to this situation was certainly calloused, but it is difficult to keep the PC gloves on when reading post after post of people that put zero effort into this craft then come to the farm looking for someone else to fix their fuck-ups.

This is not yesteryear. We have volumes of information available within seconds straight to our eyeballs. We have hundreds of accomplished growers here that love to teach and help. We also have a search function!!! When I started growing indoors, I asked a lot of questions, and read a lot of books, BEFORE I got my environment set-up. And I still made mistakes, and had issues, and still asked a lot of questions. But I didn’t try to do it with minimal effort and zero information, that’s for sure.
 
Hsilvas81

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So here's an update of how these ladies are doing. They have 100% improved from my first post. Purple Kush buds have grown by about 50%. Jack Herer have had slow growth and pistils are turning amber. Fortune cookies was the smallest and most severely damaged two weeks ago but now perked up and bud development is slow but many white pistils shooting out. The leaves are now reacting much better to light and water on all the plants. Have given nothing but distilled bottled water. 9/29 is the 8th week of growth as they sprouted 7/29. They began to sprout pistils at around 8/15. So I guess that is when flowering began? So this is technically the fourth week of flowering. These are autoflowers by the way. I have looked the buds with my 60x loupe and see the trichomes are silver but no little heads have formed. There is not even a hint of skunk smell at all so hopefully someone can advise on where I go from here. Although when I rub the stem it smells so potent.
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