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Old 05-27-2019, 08:39 PM #101
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No they're 5' from the ground. I meant to go back and edit that but I forgot. So when the were transplanted they were about 3.5' tall or there abouts. The roots had just started growing out of the 7 gallon geopots when they were transplanted. Except for the sour sunset x humble pie x blueberry syrup.

They're starting to get lateral growth now. The branches are stretching out. I'm gonna cage them in the coming days and will probably do a little LST
Be super on to of it. Once a plant Is wider on the top then the bottom, it's unlikely that branches under it Will do much. Do you understand what i mean? Like as it stands right now, at the end of the year your plant will have a few feet of main stalk and the branches will start coming out where your tops are now. Like enormous lollypops. Maybe someone more experienced in recovering plant shapes Like that can chime in.

I'm usually against training outdoor plants. I usually try to encourage plants to naturally grow in the shapes i want then from a young age. Indoor training methods don't usually work the best outside. Indoor plants we are going for canopy to get light coming straight down from lights. Outdoor we are going for a 3d ball of bud that gets light from different angles from an arc.
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Be super on to of it. Once a plant Is wider on the top then the bottom, it's unlikely that branches under it Will do much. Do you understand what i mean? Like as it stands right now, at the end of the year your plant will have a few feet of main stalk and the branches will start coming out where your tops are now. Like enormous lollypops. Maybe someone more experienced in recovering plant shapes Like that can chime in.

I'm usually against training outdoor plants. I usually try to encourage plants to naturally grow in the shapes i want then from a young age. Indoor training methods don't usually work the best outside. Indoor plants we are going for canopy to get light coming straight down from lights. Outdoor we are going for a 3d ball of bud that gets light from different angles from an arc.
I completely understand what you're saying. Lessons learned for sure.
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I completely understand what you're saying. Lessons learned for sure.
I think there it's something You Can duo about it.. Not sure what exactly. I know people who cut the top half off their plants
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I think there it's something You Can duo about it.. Not sure what exactly. I know people who cut the top half off their plants
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Little update:

The Cookies n Cream x MDB x GDP decided to go into flower early... I ripped it out about 10 days ago and replaced with a more Cherry Pie leaning Blueberry Syrup. I have also just been watering with de-chlorinated water and not pHing... I tested pH and it was varying between 8.2-9. Im now feeding with 6.2-6.5 pHed water.

I'm also dealing with what appears to be low nitrogen symptoms, possibly. What do you guys think?

Here is a Sour Sunset x Humble Pie x Blueberry Syrup. Definitely looking lime green.





This is the Blueberry leaning Blueberry Syrup



This is the Cherry Pie leaning Blueberry Syrup (the lower branching is just starting to take off


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You are probably right. N deficiency. You are Probably just over watering. The ph is a bit high but it Probably doesn't make a huge difference. Maybe give them a foliar feeding to pull them out of it. Let the soil dry out good. Let them spread their roots and search for that chicken shit!
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Excited to watch the progress! Nice looking beds you got there.
Love the choice on genetics, I'm running some Calco gear as well: Blueberry Syrup, Dosidos x Blueberry Syrup, Starfighter x GDP f2


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You are probably right. N deficiency. You are Probably just over watering. The ph is a bit high but it Probably doesn't make a huge difference. Maybe give them a foliar feeding to pull them out of it. Let the soil dry out good. Let them spread their roots and search for that chicken shit!
As soon as I started feeding with 6.0-6.5pH water they greened right up. Root system is spreading way out
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Thats good! Happy plants make happy growers! Nice little Norcal garden there! Looking forward to watching them grow! Those tall plants are going to be really nice!
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Little update...

This Blueberry Syrup is a keeper at least so far... It's giant. Really growing fast every day



This Sour Sunset x Humble Pie x Blueberry Syrup is really starting to take off now after I corrected the N deficiency



The other Blueberry Syrup that leans toward Cherry Pie isn't doing great, slow and funky growing. It probably never rebounded from such a late transplant. Not sure what I'm gonna do yet.

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