Thank you for the visit & comments my friends. The plants were still doing well two days ago. We've had horrible weather for the last two days though, with strong winds and rain all day. On sunday, the wind was so strong, it almost uprooted my biggest SD, especially as I always take special care to leave the soil as loose as possible.
Now I daren't go down to the spot to check whether there was some damage or if budrot has started.... Up to now, I have just picked one branch that was slightly touched. Keeping my fingers crossed. Fortunately, the weather is turning nice again for the whole week apparently. I'll go down this afternoon and I'll snap a few pics if it's worth it. In any case, I'll be chopping the whole thing before october 19, as I have to go away for 2 weeks.
keke, I don't remember exactly when I took the pics, but for most of the grow, I only used biobizz grow, then grow+bloom, but for the last three waterings (roughly every week or every ten days), I've been adding some bionova pk 13-14 that was gathering dust in my workshop and I think the results are showing. I'm done with nutrients now anyway, as there isn't much time before harvest.
But then, I'd say that the overall health of the grow (I don't think I've ever had such healthy plants at that stage in bloom in the last 15 years...) comes from the relatively large amounts of worm castings I've added when I prepared the spot, now that my "regular" garden center sells it.
I'll post an update later today or tomorrow, if I can.
Thanks again guys (still no girls.... sigh...)
Edit: back from the garden, I just picked two small spots of budrot, but I've had no other damage after the stormy weather. The plants are bending a bit on one side, but are doing just great. Trichs 70-80% going white/cloudy on both phenos, some trichs still partially clear, no amber at all yet, or hardly. Whatever I harvest in less than two weeks should be OK