The more Erdpert leaning pheno has slowed in growth and started throwing pistols. She started showing signs of potassium deficiency after about ten days, which was a bit of a red flag.
It would appear the initial growth was a bit of stretch but now she's going through the whole should l or shouldn't l flower thing. I've been watering all three with a high nitrogen, liquid feed every week but even this hasn't helped make her mind up.
The other two are quite uniform in development and unless you really study the plants, for subtle differences, you won't see them.
They have both more than doubled in height and girth and are beginning to branch significantly, something the other plant isn't doing.
They have also thrown a few pistols but appear to be powering through and getting ready to go into an explosive growth phase over the next couple of weeks, fingers crossed for this anyway.
Both these girls are pushing 600mm and in my experience, a plant this big at this time of the year has the potential to grow quite big.
I was just wondering if Native Redman, Dubi, or anyone for that matter, might point out if there is anything to look out for when choosing a keeper pheno, as subjective a decision as this is. Perhaps in early stages of growth, or over the next couple of months.
Been enjoying watching some long running sativas coming down, with smoke reports.
Great to see Dubi back on the ol' keyboard, hope the hand's healing nicely. Bet you didn't feel too much pain!!