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LLJavelin started grow question 4 years ago
One of the three plants in the 5 gallon DWC is almost ready, a good 2-3 weeks before the others. I assume I have no choice but to flush the entire tub with plain water for a week before harvest. I will then need to resume nutrients for the other two; good or bad idea?
Week 6
Techniques. Defoliation
DudeGrowsWeed answered grow question 4 years ago
The girl on the right does look closer to harvest, but not ready for flush yet. I’d wait at least 2-3 more weeks then consider flushing. Personally I’d flush them all at the same time, but give the other 2 plants some time to catch up.
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi bro ! Why don't you close that question by picking that answer ? :kissing_heart:
Carpe_Diem answered grow question 4 years ago
M8 i think you been precipitated in harverest your plant in my real opinion it was not ready yet on the full potentiality.
Using a common tank you getting this troubles.
It is not bad change to ph water and then half of dosage on nutrients till flush again.
Be patient m8
Happy growings
schmorgastheborg answered grow question 4 years ago
I suspect the 'red hairs' just a phenotype expression. Get a good look at the trichomes, I would be they are the same across the board. A few more weeks is what I would do if these were mine.
Jeff123fish answered grow question 4 years ago
Unless your speaking of another plant that’s not pictured all of those plants have atleast 4 more weeks
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Well now you know why they recommend not using a common tub. I assume that it is not possible to separate them, else you would not be asking here.
Whatever you do it's going to have consequences, either you don't flush and the first plant will taste really harsh or you flush and the other plants will suffer in this stage.
It's really a coin toss; personally I would do a small flush of say 4 days and harvest, then resume feeding for the others and make sure to cure really good the first batch.