Duurty Magic: A Dragon Tale

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Awe man,that is terrible news surf!!! Do you mind me asking what ppm they were getting fed at ??is it possible the lst was too much for them,i mean I don't see why it would be but ....also what RH range were they kept at ?? Anyway that is a big time bummer cause they were looking awesome,well weedman is gonna be carrying the torch..sorry to hear that news...peace out brother !!!
 

surffreak

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Thanks for the sympathy! :cheers:

Ec is what I go by and it was .9 for the first feed then 1.0 then 1.2, they showed signs of nitrogen overload after the 1.0 feeding but I also laid the feather tea on pretty strong so I doubt overall nute concentration was the issue so much as a nitrogen imbalanced npk ratio. Once they had gotten taller they got the 1.2 ec. Rh got as low as 25 percent sometimes when the humidifier ran out while I was gone. I am willing to believe I did something wrong and try to learn from it but I can't figure out what it might be. As far as lst, if that's too much for them then that's just silly, in terms of stem bending, they wouldn't do any better in a wind storm outside... it is a test grow though, never know what might happen. :vibe:
 

surffreak

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Oh man, sorry about the troubles. It could have been the the pollen from the hermie plant.
I definitely wondered about that, thing is, if it was pollen from a different plant, the pistils should be turning very brown under normal pollination conditions. Also there was hardly any pistils showing on the ladies when I pulled the obvious hermie early on, and most of the preflowers that were around at that time don't have seeds in them, just the main growth of the bud. I had a similar experience outside last season where an entire plant from one strain was seeded like crazy, but I have yet to find a seedy bud on the plant that was right next to it (even touching it in places) or any of the other plants I had near it outside. I'm wondering if it's possible for certain weird hermie pollen to only self pollinate and not be viable for a separate plant... seems silly but possible.