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Old 07-14-2018, 12:26 AM #1
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A hermie broke my heart

found 1 of my 9 dinachems had advanced nanas, seeded the lot at day 21 as it was under the desk fan, so Ive chopped the lot, think the flip from 400 to 600w pushed her over the edge, should of kept a better eye on it but had gotten busy, two days of not really checking can get you bad boys, 80quid down the drain, 60 days down the drain, I need a hug IC
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I seriously doubt jumping the light up had anything to do with it. It was most likely just a bad seed, Especially since it was only one. Keep a better eye when doing seeds you never know what you'll get.
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I seriously doubt jumping the light up had anything to do with it. It was most likely just a bad seed, Especially since it was only one. Keep a better eye when doing seeds you never know what you'll get.
indeed sir my first seed run since 08, only bothered with clones since and i think thats how its going to have to stay,
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I did think about revegging but after having one throw the nanas on me, I thought revegging and pushing the rest through again might end up pushing another over the edge, as you said fems can be tempermental indoors and i think revegging would be the straw on maybe a couple others back, going to lick the wounds for a couple weeks and hunt out some cuttings
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Had my heart broke by a hermie too many times.
I used for fems for years with no worries.
I was one of them who would go around the forum hailing the fems when the thread was one of hate for fems.

But then for reasons unknown I started getting hermies regularly. Not just nanas at the end but full blown pollen chucking sacks.
I lost 3 crops to them, one of them was my fault as only one plant caused the problem and I missed it. 1st I noticed the problem was seeing seeds in my buds at about 6 weeks of 12/12 but the other grows all plants hermied. I only grow 4 at a time.

As I said I'm pretty certain it wasn't my doing. I'm a creature of habit and have changed nothing about how I go about things or where I was doing them.

Ive been exclusively growing clones this last year or so and not seen one hermie.
Seeds ain't for me anymore but I know they work for others.
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it was semi intended lmao, trying to make light of a bad situ
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Had my heart broke by a hermie too many times.
I used for fems for years with no worries.
I was one of them who would go around the forum hailing the fems when the thread was one of hate for fems.

But then for reasons unknown I started getting hermies regularly. Not just nanas at the end but full blown pollen chucking sacks.
I lost 3 crops to them, one of them was my fault as only one plant caused the problem and I missed it. 1st I noticed the problem was seeing seeds in my buds at about 6 weeks of 12/12 but the other grows all plants hermied. I only grow 4 at a time.

As I said I'm pretty certain it wasn't my doing. I'm a creature of habit and have changed nothing about how I go about things or where I was doing them.

Ive been exclusively growing clones this last year or so and not seen one hermie.
Seeds ain't for me anymore but I know they work for others.

yea these wernt the odd little banana, these were ball clusters that made me feel inaquite with my equiptment ffs
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