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Old 06-15-2018, 04:30 AM #161
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The size and shape of the leaves is amazing on this Erdpurt fem. Growing Queen Mother as well and the leaves couldn't be more different

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What's your feeding regimen like? I only ask as you might have some nutrient lock out on those plants in the last picture. Are you PH testing your runoff?
Hi Kalbhairav, not feeding anything yet. Haven't checked run off. I'll check and let you know.

right now it's used FFOF soil and water. I think you see the yellowish leaves of Queen mother
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Hello my friends. Here is my Erdpurts that I have outside. They have had the hell beaten out of them by wind and rain. They look healthy considering the weather this spring.

Erdpurt #1

Erdpurt #2
This panama x PCK hasn't faired so well. I'm going to let her go and see if she can recover.

She could be in the ugly plant contest. Peace
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Here's my erdpurt, recovering from topping. Still no smell whatsoever on the stem. She seems to be displaying the purple stem colour from purpurea ticinensis that dubi showed some posts ago.

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Theorganicguy, I'm looking forward to your next update. Here is some pictures of my outdoor Erdpurt's, one Original Glue and my trifoliate Panama D/C.

Erdpurt #1 I will feed her again today after the ground dries out a little bit. Had a real nice rain last night, everything is still wet.

Erdpurt #2

This is my Original Glue, the ugly plant in the picture is a Panama x PCK. I really should cull her, but she is fighting so hard to live.

This is the canopy of my trifoliate Panama D/C.

This is a whole plant shot. there is a Blueberry sharing the same bag. Kind of hard to tell where one ends and the other continues.

I'm not trying to be off topic with the Erdpurt thread, just sharing. Have a great weekend. Peace
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Theorganicguy, I'm looking forward to your next update. The small plant on the picture is a Panama x PCK. I really should cull her, but she is fighting so hard to live.
Hi farmerlion, just call me theo

Don't kill that poor panamaxpck, I bet she has much to offer! I think that: "without looking in the dirt, you wouldn't find pearls"

Here's my erdpurt. Proudly growing with her three colas. TOday I supercropped her. Her stem start smelling heavily of chemical/pine. I can't wait to see her flowering! Maybe I can still manage to top her one more time before she starts flowering.


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Theo, I culled her today. She was growing, but all new growth was still sickly in appearance. She had her chance, weak genetics seal their own fate.
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Hi Kalbhairav, not feeding anything yet. Haven't checked run off. I'll check and let you know.

right now it's used FFOF soil and water. I think you see the yellowish leaves of Queen mother
Hi NENugger,

I would follow Kalbhairav' advice to make sure the ph and ec of your waterings and feedings are in the correct range. Let me know if you have any doubt.
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Here's my erdpurt, recovering from topping. Still no smell whatsoever on the stem. She seems to be displaying the purple stem colour from purpurea ticinensis that dubi showed some posts ago.

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Hi Theorganicguy,

I don't recommend to prune a pure indica like ErdPurt so early.
Unless it is completely necessary, it's better to prune a plant from seed when it has reached its sexual maturity, otherwise you can stress the plant too much and induce hermie tendencies.

Pure indicas also don't react very well to such aggressive topping at such early stage of life, it stops its growth in a crucial moment and the indica hasn't developed yet the hormones to produce a proper branching, most of its hormones are focused in the apical main stem, especially when the indica is so young.
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Thanks Dubi, your insights and knowledge help many growers reading these threads.
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