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chapadux420 started grow question 4 years ago
I'm confused, on my last photo, are those pistils, an if so is it too early for the size of the plant, shw getting alot of light, why is she so small week 5 is starting today.
Johanna
11 weeks
Johanna chapadux420
Auto White Widow
13 comments · 4 years ago
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Week 4
Techniques. Defoliation
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
This is called a budsite, and it means you are in the beginning of the flowering period :) this is where your main cola will grow from during the rest of flowering. It will grow vertically and soon you'll see white hairs sticking out in every direction (above, below, sides). It might be tough on a 12/12 schedule especially since she's an autoflower, so take good care of her! The stretch only happens once so make the most of it.
biggreens420 answered grow question 4 years ago
Autos flower on there own timeline that is why she's preflowering autos normally start preflower around 5th node it is normal I wouldn't worry
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey I saw the 12/12 and was a little confused...but then I saw you're doing outdoors. If you can make sure the plant is getting at the very minimum 5 hrs of direct/strong/warm sun it should pick up for you. More light the better. Also I see your night temp is a little low, extreme lows and highs will drastically slow the growth. Maybe bring her in at night or cover up?
Best of luck happy growing.
Kindbudz answered grow question 4 years ago
It could be a budsite but it is to hard to tell from a top view. If you check along the main stem there will be different nodes where the fan leaves and the cola stems meet. At that junction you should be able to see a small elongated pod shape growth with two white pistils sticking out. I personally don’t think it is a bud site just yet but would say it looks like new growth to me. As far as the growth of your plant is concerned what is your humidity at? Your ph is lightly low but as long as you are between 6.3-6.7 you are fine. You could try adjusting your nutrient levels as well to see if that is going to help.
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
What I see is what's called a flower site, meaning where a bud will grow once it's on full flowering mode, but I could not see any pistils, if there's any, check at the node base, there should be some pistils there. Careful with the pH it's low, more appropriate for coco or hydro than soil, try to keep it between 6.5 and 7.0
FlavoursUk answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi,

Yes, you're plant is starting to flower, it will go through a growth spurt over the next 3 weeks. Its in the transition stage. Nothing to worry about. hope this helps
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi there! I don't see pistils yet on your last photo but a better zoomed picture is required to confirm. Judging by the breeder's shedule, your AWWs should be blooming soon. Also, your soil looks very wet, do you let it dry sometimes? I'll be around, good luck with these beauties!