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Uncle Canuck

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Looking at the Friday picture compared to today I can see the weight starting to open up the plant more.
 

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If you’re growing organic, add some Bone Meal or Seabird Guano for a Phosphorus boost and Langbeinite for a Potassium boost... just search for these on Amazon or eBay. Great organic amendments and fertilizers from PowerGrowSystems!

LANGBEINITE - Sulfate of Potash Magnesia (K-MAG) Organic Fertilizer 0-0-22 (5 pounds)​

If you don’t mind using synthetic bloom boosters, I’ve been having great success using Blue Planet bloom boosters added into my feeding regiment.

Uncle, I would also suggest for your to add and use molasses during your flush when your flowers are almost ready for harvest.

Your plant looks really healthy! The bloom boosters should significantly increase your overall flower production, rate of growth, and quality!

Hope this helps and God bless,
Randall
 

Uncle Canuck

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Got a cheap little pocket microscope with a 50X magnification for 13 bucks. Works awesome.
 

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PirateJoe

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View attachment 17633 View attachment 17634 I swear everyday I notice growth. They are getting heavy and plump very fast. Even the wife took notice that they are bigger then yesterday so I felt better. Thought I was tripping out. Any ideas or thoughts on the leaves changing colours. Quite a few are doing it and they are still very much healthy.
That’s beautiful! My guess about the color is that it is genetics, some Indica purple or blue heritage. With dropping temperatures at night that could bring out the colors.
 

Uncle Canuck

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I was about to do a two part feeding of potassium and potash. See if that would green her back up. But I thought maybe she’s just changing colours because it’s at the end it’s life cycle and she drawing strength from the chlorophyll as food to finish flowering.
 

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Uncle Canuck

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Just harvested a entire plant that I found at work. Somebody put it at the curb in a yard waste bag for collection. One mans trash is another mans treasure. A bit mor to fine trim but I’m getting lazy….lol
 

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Uncle Canuck

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Who throws away pot?
Two months ago the wife just ran out of the pot I collected at the curb from almost two years ago. It was the first year you were allowed to grow up to four plants per household in Ontario. Everyone under the sun tried it out and us garbage men reaped the benefits. I had nine giant size jars filled with nine different kinds of weed and a few half quarter bags of crazy stuff. Yard waste this year is already starting off to a good start with a two ounce pay out.
 

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So a few days ago I added a healthy top dressing of sheep manure to my soil and the plant is loving it. Seen a lot of sites that are saying the purple leaf colouring is brought on by cooler nights and genetics. Fingers crossed this mystery plant may be something special
 

Uncle Canuck

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Bad news. Just got home from work and trying to cover her up cause the rain is coming for a couple days and noticed grey patches on my lower sugar leafs
 

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What can I do to save my plant. The uppers are clear but I want to nip it in the butt quick cause I suspect mold is the culprit
 
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I removed a bunch of leaves that weren’t green, leaves that were touching others, inner and lower leaves that weren’t getting sun to prompt better air flow. If they aren’t green or getting any sun they aren’t producing food for the plant anyways. What should I do? Peroxide trick, harvest early? Any help would be muchly appreciated
 

Uncle Canuck

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Pretty sure this is grey mildew
 

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Uncle Canuck

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On the plus side here’s some good reasons to possibly cut my losses and harvest early
 

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