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HST
weeks 11
Defoliation
weeks 11-12, 15-16, 20-21
Main-Lining
weeks 12
LST
weeks 12, 14-15
Topping
weeks 8, 11-12
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Grow medium
Grow Conditions
Week 21
Flowering
350
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Height
13 hrs
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DeWandelaar DeWandelaar
9 months ago
Since last week the weather has been amazing. A september blessing. Sun all week with temperatures reaching 30 degrees. The plant looks super healthy and the buds are growing really quick. Which is expected since its a fast flowering strain. The tree, what I call it now, haw stopped stretching and stands at 3.5 meters tall and 2.5m width. Going into the rest of september my biggest worry is weather turns and that mold might appear and ruin the harvest. This was the case last year unfortunately. Luckily the weather looks good for at least another week and since its a fast flowering I have good hopes this year. Tips are always welcome if anyone would like to advise me for how I should proceed with my plant in the last week's before harvest.
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inversi0n
inversi0nweek 21
How did it finished? 😝
Northern_Ent
Northern_Entweek 21
Looks great. Mould and mildew are due to humidity so airflow is key to avoiding problems. Defoliation, or lolllypopping, the lower branches will help a lot. The lowest fan leaves are likely shaded and not contributing anyway, and lower small buds won’t mature without sunlight and become just popcorn buds that aren’t good for much. Defoliation directs the plants energy toward the bigger upper buds. The inner core also won’t produce much and thinning that out also improves airflow. Good luck.
inversi0n
inversi0nweek 21
Dude, that is insane! 😮 I've never seen something like that, keep it up 😝
DeWandelaar
DeWandelaar
@inversi0n, Thanks mate! Same here, it's by far the biggest weed plant I have ever cultivated haha.
Rangaku
Rangakuweek 15
Looks so nice growing outside in the yard like that , makes me miss outdoor grows . Looks real nice mate
DeWandelaar
DeWandelaar
@Rangaku, thanks mate 🙌
James
Jamesweek 8
Enjoy your growing mate!🙌
Chunga
Chungaweek 14
They're look great so far, congrats. I like the bending clips, I should get some. Do you ever have problems with caterpillars and other bugs?
Chunga
Chunga
@DeWandelaar, good analogy - I'll buy some and hope most of them stick around.
DeWandelaar
DeWandelaar
@Chunga, yeah I thought the same at first about the ladybugs but after having done this for 3 years now I really do see a difference with before. I can easily count up to 10 ladybugs at a time in my garden where I would be happy to spot 1 a few years ago. I guess they are just like ppl, some move away from the nest and explore the world while others stick behind and remain local peeps.
Chunga
Chunga
@DeWandelaar, great tips, thanks! I actually have a bunch of empty pots near the plants, I'll buy some friendly neighbors. I had thought of getting ladybugs but I figured they would just fly away. Good to know they really work! I do have some ladybugs already in my yard but not a lot and they're usually on the mimosa trees far from my plants. I'll try it out. I get spider mites, whiteflies, caterpillars, etc but have managed to mostly control them manually and with fly paper. But it requires a lot of attention. I'll try the ladybugs and neighbors. I'm in the southeast US and it's just super hot, muggy & buggy here 👍
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nonick123
nonick123week 16
Hola bro Ese tallo se ve curado No lo cubras más para que no se pudra La planta se acabará de curar sola!
nonick123
nonick123
@DeWandelaar, otro consejo es que la proxima vez lo cubras con esparadrapo de tela para tapar heridas en humanos ¿Por qué? Porque es transpirable, e igual que tú piel transpira, también lo hará el tronco de tu planta 😬
DeWandelaar
DeWandelaar
@nonick123, Hey man, Thanks for the advice. I wasn't sure if it was healed yet. I shall leave it uncovered from now. Thanks 😊
Northern_Ent
Northern_Entweek 19
She’s looking a bit taller than 1.9 m. 👍👍 Good luck with the rest of it.
DeWandelaar
DeWandelaar
@Northern_Ent, Thanks! Yeah height was def more than 1.90 but forgot to change it. Just edited the week to have the correct height. Thanks!
GrowKitty
GrowKittyweek 21
Wow, impressive!