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MmJoyMJ

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I'm a slacker everyone!

I was doing good with updates, but I've had some things I needed to take care of in the family. Ill be honest I haven't been spending the time on these girls like I should be. And it shows!

#5 has septoria from chronic over water when I flushed it I squeezed out the excess which packed the soil not allowing for the right airflow. Its alive still and the leaves are trying to untwist which is a great sign. I believe it will survive.

The topped plants kept right on growing with hardly any down time after I popped them off.

I haven't invested in a tent or another light yet, so the plants further away have stretched a good amount.

Anyways here's some new photos!!
(Love that I can select all my photos at once now!!)
 
Dirtbag

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I missed 😅

Plucked this one the other day , just noticed it grew back. I wanna get rid of the purple on the stems before I flip to 12/12. The other plants I've topped have grown out quite a bit.

Somethings been eating on them too. 🙄

Some strains have purple in the stems and petioles and it's genetic, but It can also be caused by cold temperatures or a lack of Phosphorus.
If you are feeding them properly and temps are good id say its in its genes.

I personally preload the plants in veg with a shot of bloom nutrients a week or so before I flip to flower, and ive noticed that it seems to help them flower faster but it also prevents to some degree the purpling that stretch sometimes causes. So you could safely try a dose of bloom nutrients now and see if that helps to restore some green to the stems.
 
MmJoyMJ

MmJoyMJ

Some strains have purple in the stems and petioles and it's genetic, but It can also be caused by cold temperatures or a lack of Phosphorus.
If you are feeding them properly and temps are good id say its in its genes.

I personally preload the plants in veg with a shot of bloom nutrients a week or so before I flip to flower, and ive noticed that it seems to help them flower faster but it also prevents to some degree the purpling that stretch sometimes causes. So you could safely try a dose of bloom nutrients now and see if that helps to restore some green to the stems.

I hadn't had the time to dedicate to them so they were stressed out! I'm just now getting the time to dedicate again. After their feed earlier I can already see some of the spotting getting lighter so I'm sure they just need some loving ❤
 
MmJoyMJ

MmJoyMJ

is it possible you have a catterpillar? or something bigger, not hidden? or a cat... cats chew plants lots.

2 cats but the doors have been religiously closed. The tears are on the most random leaves not really localized. I haven't seen any bites on the new growth just bigger old leaves.

If I have a catterpillar that made it up to the 2nd floor into my house through the bricks, I might just let him stay 🤣
 
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