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Old 02-25-2016, 09:18 PM #101
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Normally king has some fat tough leathery turgent lettuce leafs...
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All things considered, you've done a great job at keeping these plants looking good. If they'd been in my hands I'm sure I would of ditched the grow a while a go. Even if they should be a little further along in flower they should come through. They might still take a tad longer and the yeild might suffer after all the stress, but you've battled pretty hard and come out on top. Good job Rasta.. Let's hope there's no more worries from here on in
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Raspaul, your patience and meticulous attention has certainly saved this grow. They look hearty from the pictures you posted and am sure you'll get quality bud to have justified your efforts. This happened to me a couple years back when I ran out of my composted soil and mixed in a bag from a local shop..big mistake. I paid for it with ph problems and pests. I did not win my battle though and ended up tossing quite a few plants. Keep doing your thing rasta are coming along nicely. Much respect.
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Old 02-26-2016, 10:32 AM #104
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good job ras.
Normally king has some fat tough leathery turgent lettuce leafs...
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Yeah one of the males had serious leathery lettuce leaves Ras, the rest have too but nowhere near as much as that one male.

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All things considered, you've done a great job at keeping these plants looking good. If they'd been in my hands I'm sure I would of ditched the grow a while a go. Even if they should be a little further along in flower they should come through. They might still take a tad longer and the yeild might suffer after all the stress, but you've battled pretty hard and come out on top. Good job Rasta.. Let's hope there's no more worries from here on in
Thanks Kal and I honestly believe that although it nearly killed them, that 57 c it got up to has well and truly got rid off anything that was lingering.
Its the time first since being in these pots that every single growing tip looks to be growing normal and not twisted and mangled or showing signs of what looked like heat stress.
You can also clearly see a line on all 3 plants now where the growth has started to grow normal again.
So yeah I'm very relieved to say the least but its also enforced the belief that making my own soil is a must.

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Raspaul, your patience and meticulous attention has certainly saved this grow. They look hearty from the pictures you posted and am sure you'll get quality bud to have justified your efforts. This happened to me a couple years back when I ran out of my composted soil and mixed in a bag from a local shop..big mistake. I paid for it with ph problems and pests. I did not win my battle though and ended up tossing quite a few plants. Keep doing your thing rasta are coming along nicely. Much respect.
Thanks Jahaze and much respect rasta

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A pic to show how much happier all the plants are looking



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They look great Rasta.. They don't look as if they've been through an ordeal at all..

Is the plant in the top left stretching more than the other two? Looks like that one maybe the blockhead dom?
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They look great Rasta.. They don't look as if they've been through an ordeal at all..

Is the plant in the top left stretching more than the other two? Looks like that one maybe the blockhead dom?
Hey Kal, no they're all exactly the same height rasta and I'm not sure which way that ones leaning yet, its very pine fuel in smell and I'm not sure if that's coming from the King or blockhead or even a combination of both.
The other 2 have fruitiness in them, one more than the other but not this one and its also showing way more purple than the others too.
What I have noticed though is that they're all stretching quite a bit

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This is what I'm gonna be feeding the plants with, it'll be diluted 10 to 1 and I will add other things depending how the plants look.
Its a mix of nettle, comfrey, seaweed and molasses.



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Raspaul, they look great, way to go saving them from broad mites....I pray I never get them!
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Hey Window it started with mangled and twisted new growth with tacoing leaves that looked like heat stress at first or at least it did to me and with really slow growth like the plants had completely stunted.

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