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HiMonkeys started grow question 3 years ago
can i chop plants if after 16 days of flush the leaves dont go yellow? will this mean more poor quality of the end product?
my girls just dont wanna yellow for some reason they are tough and its day 9 of flush i think and i cant see deficiency whatsoever
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Week 11
Leaves. Veins - stay green
DasBoof answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey JJjunior , senescence is a good but not necessary process : if it happens, then great, if it doesnt then it's okay, most important is the trichomes, if they're ready then you're good for the chop ! great work on the long flush btw, you'll see how smooth the smoke it ! hope this helps ! :rocket:
Budofpray answered grow question 3 years ago
hi dude !!

at your time it s not really a question of deficiency but more a question of senescence...normally at final stage hemp find the last nutrients in leaves…
this explain the décoloration…the plant sucks the last N nutrient.

but if your grow is correctly done in accordance with the need of the strain the senescence can be less visible…

how is actually your's trichomes ratio ?...

if it is not too amber you can push your flush a bit… or you can also use florakleen by GHE (not really expensive but really efficient) in order to accelerate the dispersion of N in the veins and improve the flavours...to avoid bad taste with nitrogen residues…

hope this will help you :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

and sry for my bad English ope u understood me :ok_hand: