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Discussion in 'Photosensitive Grow Journals' started by Banjacked, Dec 17, 2017.

  1. Banjacked

    Banjacked Welcome to the CannaZone

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    Ok, quick update.

    More pistils going that lovely orange-gold colour, pretty much all uppermost leaves cut thanks to what still looks like "photon burn" thanks to the LED being too close (yes, I know, I was warned about that but didn't realise it would be a "slow burn" which is likely why it's appeared now and not sooner), no signs of deficiency on any other leaves, no more signs of LSF whatsoever, still drinking like a Scotsman and feeding has been slightly increased as the plant will tell me when "too much" is hit.

    Definitely heading into the final straight, my guess is a month to go, it won't be a "mega yield" but this one was also all about learning and getting a basic system in place for the next serious grow where these mistakes, light too close, not enough ventilation leading to LSF as examples, will not be repeated. After all, you don't learn without making mistakes and you haven't learned if you make the same mistake twice (a third time, in my book, means you'll never learn so why waste your time). Anything more than a 1/2 - 3/4 ounce will be a bonus to me, for it's all about the learning just now and expectations have to be realistic.

    Anyway, a couple of pics including what will be the obligatory trichome shot.

    Thanks to those who have given me some wise words.
     

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    bushmasterar15 Smoke Cannabis Live with Friends on AFN Global Moderator

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    Banjacked Welcome to the CannaZone

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    And it looks like she's dying, suddenly seeing multiple things spread sporadically across the plant, lots of drooping.

    Since there's some bits that look burned, some that look like different deficiencies, some bits absolutely perfect, I'm guessing that the roots are going because of how I water, meaning the dirt has been retaining water and with just that little bit of overwatering, not enough to show any problems until now but has built up over time, that could tip the balance.

    So I've spiked things right down to the bottom to try and get some air in, hoping I haven't damaged too many roots, and now the tricky part is letting it dry out enough without shocking the plant too much more whilst hoping I can keep her going for just a couple more weeks.

    If not, then she's far enough on so I should get something to "consume", even if it is only blender hash, but such mistakes are expected IF I'm right. Lesson learned, c'est la vie.


    PS. She's been lifted so water can drain out, obviously.
     
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