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Bronhitis started grow question 3 years ago
What is your opinion so far? Should i change anything?

Based on photos, how far away is harvest for the first plant (bottom left - biggest flowers)?

Will buds fatten more, or will they remain hairy?
My First Grow ever (HPS Plantastar 400w)
14 weeks
My First Grow ever (HPS Plantastar 400w) Bronhitis
Auto Northern Lights
49 comments · 3 years ago
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Week 8
Buds. Not fattening
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello ! Based on your photo , they are coming along nicely , your bud are still in a early stage so I would not be affraid about fattening , they are nice and will get more volume soon. Still based on the photo it's hard to tell you when they will be ready but you can wait for 4 more weeks at least, northern light are good buds producer so I'll wait for big buds to shows up. According to your yellow lower leaves your plants have a slight nitrogene deficiency but at that stage it's not really an issue because at that stage plants mostly needs PK and will use the stocked N by making lower leaves yellowing and fall. If you go 4 more weeks then the next(s) feeding will provide enough nutrient to let her make fat buds. The better way to know if your plants are ready is to get a magnifier and look at the trichomes ratio to make an harvest based on the kind of effect you want ( high = clear and milky trichs , stone = milky and amber trichs). I hope it will help you :grin::+1:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Bronhitis! Healthy leaves, loads of bud-sites, beautiful foliage coloration, you're doing great! Buds will fatten up during their 2 last weeks, most of the hairs/pistils will turn red/brown and start to curl. I think you still have 2 to 4 weeks to go, so I would recommend to give her at least 1 other meal with P+K, then prepare for the flush (10~12 days). Take a daily closeup look at the trichomes, and start to flush when at least half of the trichomes have turned from transparent/thin to milky/fat. Stop the flush when most of the trichomes are milky, and a few amber ones have appeared. Then enjoy your harvest :sunglasses: Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch: