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    Skunk Shot *Bambi*

    I have 6 Skunk Shot that are in their first week of flower. I had a problem with spider mites and lost a few plants but I managed to save 6. I was about to lose them all but I finally sprayed with forbid and grew out all damaged growth. So any information on vegging is useless as the damage changed the structure of all the plants. But they're healthy now and ready to produce!
    Most plants seem to be short and branchy and are turning into nice bushes. I don't know if this is how they normally grow though.
    The plants are under a 1000w hps and are receiving maxibloom with additives (kiss method). Base is promix with added coco.

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      #3
      Hi bud, - sorry to hear about the mite set back, yet they do love the skunk shot just like its mother super skunk,

      They seem to have over come the sick/ness and yes they respond very well to tipping,

      The mites slow down growth rate and root mass is almost cut in half ive found with testing over time,
      Be carefull on the nutrients mate, they prefer about half - 3 thirds nutrients, if a nutrient bottle says feed 5 mils per litre of water then we could cut this in half or use 3 mils per litre instead of 5mils)

      you've been lucky here I think, Yay)))

      buds speed'
      bam.


      " Never run from whom you have become " - - by some convict movie.


      Links to my threads on old super skunk hybrid for testers & those Intrested --->


      https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=224877

      http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=200184

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        #4
        forgot to mention - putting these now healthy plants into bigger pots will help make em into real good looking females again, - cut out that first foot & half of under growth at the bottoms of some plants,
        and maybe trim some of the over veged matter in the middle of the first photo plants, then the tops can concentrate on large/ness, best as a S.O,G style especially the clones that are very high yielding like some of Sagamartha's old stock.

        skunk shot loves cold temps to, cold or heat stress induces a lot of pink pistols around week 4-5 flowering, I keep my temps around 20 deg lights on if I can.

        spray these again for mites before week 3 of bloom is a good habit to get into,
        then you be mite free the rest of the grow, thrips like s shot to, look for black oil looking spots on leaves as this is there pooh's, they not suck the life out of the plant but a nuicence all the same eh "

        later then. - b


        " Never run from whom you have become " - - by some convict movie.


        Links to my threads on old super skunk hybrid for testers & those Intrested --->


        https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=224877

        http://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=200184

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          #5
          I would have vegged these longer but height and space would have become an issue. Almost all of the damage from the mites has been grown out so these will be some nice ladies for sure. 2 weeks of bloom down and we have 3 ladies and 3 dudes. They're starting to impress me early with some dank scent!

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            #6
            Three weeks down. I've been under feeding these ladies and they look hungry. Misread what they wanted but no biggie. I always would rather under feed than over feed. Complex odors forming and each has its own scent. One is hashy smelling, one smells quite strong of pine with some kind of spice and the other has a burnt rubber stank. I hope the one that smells of pine keeps her scent. It's quite strong and I'm fond of piney weed.

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              An Then??????

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