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Letsgroove started grow question 4 years ago
They are very short. What do u think?
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Week 2
Techniques. Defoliation
Kindbudz answered grow question 4 years ago
The plants height is normal and desirable as Athos stated. It is better to have a shorter plant with little spacing in between internodes rather than a plant that is large with few internodes. The internodes are the areas that the buds/flower develop.the more internodes you get the more bud production that you get. Your plant appears very healthy and I wouldn’t worry myself too much. Your day temperature is a little high however and if at all possible try to get it down to below 80. Hope this helps and good luck on your grow!
Removed answered grow question 4 years ago
Keep in mind that short is not the same as underdeveloped. A twelve inches 3 node plant is not better than a two inches 3 node plant, actually it’s a sign of bad light conditions or cold temperatures (or both).

Having a short plant is something desirable, if the plant has short internodes it means the light intensity it is receiving is just right and the plant has no need to stretch and that the temperatures are fine too; notice also that there is no sign of heat stress, so the light is neither too far, nor too close.

I’ve had a 7 nodes plant of 15 cm (6 inches). Keeping the plant short in vegetative stage will help when it stretches.