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St_RangerStrains started grow question 3 years ago
Do I have too many leaves? Should I have been more ruthless in the early weeks of the flowering stage?
I also have variegation on one of the plants, is this a disease or deficiency? The plant seems healthy enough though
Strangers Mixed Bag
10 weeks
Strangers Mixed Bag St_RangerStrains
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3 comments · 3 years ago
Week 7
Leaves. Color - Mottling
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Well you do have a glarin nitrogen excess, see those really dark green leaves? As for the leaves, defoliating is a controversial technique, many people think it help, many do not; I'm still unsure, having tried it before. you might want to pluck a few leaves to keep the humidity down and avoid wet leaves or buds. As for variegation, I could not see it on your pictures and this far in flowering it's probably completely normal; I think you should stop feeding and flush the plant.
The_Projexx answered grow question 3 years ago
At this very moment i wouldn't change a thing except for reducing the nutrient feed to only PH corrected water for your flush ! You're well on your way to getting some fabulous medicine and I'm almost 100% sure you don't want it to burn or taste funny ! So the only recommendation i have for you at the present time is to start your flush and get ready to harvest ! To answer the grow question that you asked I don't see to many leaves the way to do it in flower is only to remove the leaves that are blocking light to you're tops other then that leave them alone because you don't wanna stress your ladies out . Over all I'm really excited to see what kinda turn out for a harvest your going to have !!! I hope this information helps you on your journey to the finish line! -Happy Growing!
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
Agree to Athos, first thing i see is very very darkgreen leaves( To much Nitrogen). What i see too, is that they seem to "dwarf" building nodes very close together, You can solve it in rising the Lights. So the plant has to stretch for light. You may see the effects of rising the lights in 3-4 days... Greetings