Why pistils are curling up?

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cigarasar

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You need a better understanding on your feed. Organic ferts work totally different than synthetic (bottled). Mainly in that they need microorganisms to intake the nutrient and make it available to the plant. You can have all the nutrients in the world, but if you don’t have a “living” soil there is no way for the plant to access the nutrients. So if you’re having problems, you need to give a lot more info. There’s a checklist available on the site (I don’t have it) so hopefully someone can post it, so we can help you out.
okay thanks, I use nutrient this nutrient: https://www.terraaquatica.com/organic-fertiliser/pro-organic


DERIVED FROM

  • Alfalfa meal, copper sulfate, ferric sulfate, kieserite, manganese sulfate, molasses, potassium sulfate, rock phosphate, sodium borate, sodium molybdate, soybean meal, zinc sulfate

COMPOSITION

  • Macronutrients: Nitrogen (N total) 2.0 % (2.0 % water soluble organic Nitrogen), available Phosphate (P2O5) 4.0 %, soluble Potash (K2O) 4.0 %
  • Secundary nutrients: Magnesium (Mg) 0.5 % (0.5 % water soluble Magnesium (Mg)
  • Micronutrients: Boron (B) 0.01 %, Copper (Cu) 0.01 % (0.01 % water soluble Copper (Cu)), Iron (Fe) + 0.1 % (0.1 % water soluble Iron (Fe)), Manganese (Mn) 0.03 % (0.03 % water soluble Manganese (Mn)), Molybdenum (Mo) 0.002 %, Zinc (Zn) 0.01 % (0.01 % water soluble Zinc (Zn))

ALSO CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS

  • 2 % Seaweed derived from Ascophyllum nodosum and Laminaria digitata, 0.2 % Humic acids derived from Leonardite, 1.5 % Cane sugar, 0.5 % Glacial rock powder
 
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cigarasar

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If your bracts (these are the tear shaped “balls”) have seeds then yes it’s a problem. You suggested that perhaps your plant Hermaphroditism (hermies) which is when male structures form on a plant and release pollen and cause your sinsemilla (female Cannabis plant that has not been pollinated) to become not sinsemilla and total trash. Do a image search on hermie and see if you have any similar structures on your plant.
I dont see any kind of bud male organ on my plant
 
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HOW TO USE :​


Pro Organic is very concentrated : a maximum of 2 ml/L in water is enough in soil or hydroponics.
  • Shake bottles well before each use, add each part to water separately, mix thoroughly, and always rinse measuring equipment.
  • Please note : Pro Organic (and all organic feed) must be broken down by microbes to be made accessible to plants. For a colony big enough to do this to develop, especially early on in a plant’s life, a biofiltering system working 24/24h must be added to the tank in both drain to waste and recirculating systems.
    Biofiltering systems can be purchased in your local shop, or made by suspending a plastic basket (3 to 5 L) filled with 60% clay pebbles and 40% coco fiber over your tank and running water through it continuously. If using our GrowStream® system, this can be done under the return pipe.
    Do not immerse filter systems in the tank as high oxygen levels are vital for rapid growth of beneficial microorganisms.
 
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cigarasar

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If your bracts (these are the tear shaped “balls”) have seeds then yes it’s a problem. You suggested that perhaps your plant Hermaphroditism (hermies) which is when male structures form on a plant and release pollen and cause your sinsemilla (female Cannabis plant that has not been pollinated) to become not sinsemilla and total trash. Do a image search on hermie and see if you have any similar structures on your plant.
Should I remove the plant, what if i left them pollinate? what if I remove these male organs?
 
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