Whats wrong with my plants?

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Gingesbud

Gingesbud

Feed a full veg feed the first feed after you flip. Full veg with cal mag. You don’t have to mess with transition feeding of equal amounts.
Ok cheers I have calmag so will remember that. What would you say do now with them? Flush it and feed it both veg and bloom at an even amount or more veg than bloom
 
Pushrod Monkey

Pushrod Monkey

Ok cheers I have calmag so will remember that. What would you say do now with them? Flush it and feed it both veg and bloom at an even amount or more veg than bloom
If you’re in bloom already lay off the nitrogen. But do add the cal mag. Plain water once and then feed a half strength bloom feed.
 
Gingesbud

Gingesbud

Yes I'm in bloom already fed them half and half of grow and bloom when they got flipped then cut out the grow on the next nute feed and just fed bloom now they are showing deficiencies and are possibly changing sex from the stress
 
Pushrod Monkey

Pushrod Monkey

Yes I'm in bloom already fed them half and half of grow and bloom when they got flipped then cut out the grow on the next nute feed and just fed bloom now they are showing deficiencies and are possibly changing sex from the stress
Flushing is only going to stress them more. Be sure your feed pH is in range and keep going.
 
Gingesbud

Gingesbud

Right I've just took the hermie out which has given me alot more room to see the other plants. I think another other one is hermie too plus I have also discovered the when I thought it was all 3 with the deficiency turns out to be 2, one had grown through the trellis net over the small plant so from above I thought it was part of that (my tent was full, I originally planted 4 random seeds hoping to get at least 1 female but shockingly turned out to get 4 females had to get rid of 1 as there really was no room for anything, kept 3 but was still tight for room) this hermie aswel init
 
Pushrod Monkey

Pushrod Monkey

Right I've just took the hermie out which has given me alot more room to see the other plants. I think another other one is hermie too plus I have also discovered the when I thought it was all 3 with the deficiency turns out to be 2, one had grown through the trellis net over the small plant so from above I thought it was part of that (my tent was full, I originally planted 4 random seeds hoping to get at least 1 female but shockingly turned out to get 4 females had to get rid of 1 as there really was no room for anything, kept 3 but was still tight for room) this hermie aswel init
That’s not a hermie
 
Aqua Man

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Looks herm to me... I also never give higher PK ratios than transition except for a a few key times. Not only is it not needed it usually causes issues... especially with new growers.

Just my opinion
 
lvstealth

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it is not hermie. that is a girl. those are not pollen sacs.

i thought the same thing and i took one off and cut into it and it is not a boy part, inside that are some white pistils. there is a post not too long ago, same thing. he cut it open and same, white pistils.

just slice one off, cut it open and you will know. but the male part is shaped differently too.
 
Gingesbud

Gingesbud

it is not hermie. that is a girl. those are not pollen sacs.

i thought the same thing and i took one off and cut into it and it is not a boy part, inside that are some white pistils. there is a post not too long ago, same thing. he cut it open and same, white pistils.

just slice one off, cut it open and you will know. but the male part is shaped differently too.
Heres a few pics to look through
 
lvstealth

lvstealth

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girl. white hairs coming from almost all. wrong shape for male. no clusters off a stem. no stem. no dangling. it is female.

again, all it would take to make you feel good about it is to pick one, cut it open and see. a pollen sac will have powdery stuff, or nothing. the girl will have those white hairs curled up, but you can definitely tell it is the girl stuff.
 
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