thanks for the input, too early to be normal trichome ambering, there's virtually none on the plant anywhere yetLast pic looks like the plant is ready to harvest, with all the milky and amber trykes.
It does have a molasses-like texture, or like clear brown hash oil, but it definitely isn't from inside the trichome like I first thoughtAgree that it doesn't look like it came from within but beyond that I have no idea or even any hypothesis beyond just a sprinkle of water that had a bit of molasses or something. Weird.
Worth watching it if nothing else. My guess is nothing else will come of it, but idk.It does have a molasses-like texture, or like clear brown hash oil, but it definitely isn't from inside the trichome like I first thought
Unfortunately the picture doesn't really show this but it's either a blob from a bug or I can't think of what could have possibly splashed that had that color and texture
I don't have anything like that in the garden room and I don't feed molasses?
I might be worrying about nothing but I've never seen this before and it shined oddly under the light, initially looked like a premature banana or an immature white seed cuz it had a white-ish glow to which is the only reason I noticed something so small, so I was surprised to see that it was brown under the microscope
I'm completely lost on this one; Occam's razor would make it some type of bug excrement I suppose
Didn't have to water this morning so I didn't pull it out to examine it but I didn't see any more of those weird spots shining at me like I did yesterday, tomorrow morning I'll have a better look when I pull it out to waterThese are the other two pictures I was able to get
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I tagged the bud & will keep an eye on it, didn't see any more like this anywhere else but I really didn't have time to examine it, was just before lights out, I'll check next watering
They look really healthy, do you just dip them in a rooting gel and pop them straight into that soil mix?[QUOTE="Beachwalker, post: 2513426, member: 103131I'm loving my seed-starting mix for cloning
I use straight coco. Holds moisture longer . Roots take off after about a week. No hormones, or gel. Cut straight from plant, cut at 45 over the pot stick her in. Been 100% successful on the last 12 clones. Past I used shark bite gel rooting hormones and seed starter mix. Had more die offs. From holding to much water.They look really healthy, do you just dip them in a rooting gel and pop them straight into that soil mix?
The tricky part is keeping them moist. There's no forgiveness with that rockwool, the cuttings dry out and die if that cube isn't kept wet.
Very nice .