Purple fan leaf stems ? Help

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Dr.Tweak

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hello guys i am now currently on week 10 and my fan leaf stem is purple . They been like this since it was first germinated.
can it be some sort of genetic effect?
 
XxHammer

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Probably genetic. My plants are similar and I had asked the same thing thinking it was related to a nutrient deficiency but learned it is a pretty common genetic trait.
 
Aqua Man

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Yeah there's no issue with those. It's just from high light and genetics as said above imo.
 
lvstealth

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what strain is it?
 
Aqua Man

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Honestly more due to high light. It's production of anthocyanin. Of your stalk are solid purple then you prob have an issue but if you look at your plants you'll see the petioles exposed to light are purple. The stalks are nice and green and the lower shaded ones are green also.
 
Dr.Tweak

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Honestly more due to high light. It's production of anthocyanin. Of your stalk are solid purple then you prob have an issue but if you look at your plants you'll see the petioles exposed to light are purple. The stalks are nice and green and the lower shaded ones are green also.
Yeah there's no issue with those. It's just from high light and genetics as said above imo.
i have my lights at 24” away from the top sites at 120 watts running an sf-2000 spider farmer the plant hasn’t had any issues since germination and came with redish purple fan leaf stems. Can it just be genetics ? I am on week 10 from germination nd starting day 2 of week 3 of flowering temp at 74 degrees & 45% RH
 
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i have my lights at 24” away from the top sites at 120 watts running an sf-2000 spider farmer the plant hasn’t had any issues since germination and came with redish purple fan leaf stems. Can it just be genetics ? I am on week 10 from germination nd starting day 2 of week 3 of flowering temp at 74 degrees & 45% RH
There is nothing wrong with it.
 
Dr.Tweak

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Probably genetic. My plants are similar and I had asked the same thing thinking it was related to a nutrient deficiency but learned it is a pretty common genetic trait.
Did it stay that way all the thru harvest?
 
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