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Yeah, probably jumped the gun a little early on dropping N. It may possibly be corrected at this stage without dramatic loss.
It looks like it's going to make buds though. Just adjust for next time.

Also, I feed at about 1000ppm at the point you're at in flower. I use tap water that comes out around 200ppm. If that's useful for the plant depends on how strong the light is and the temp/humidity.
 

Ras Mountain

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Bumped to 1000 ppm but she is looking yellow even more so today.

Maybe lockout? 🤔
 

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Ras Mountain

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I always adjust to near 6.5 pH before watering. Haven't been checking the runoff since she just soaks it back up in a couple of hours.

I'm also finding fungus gnats. May be best to let her dry out some.
 

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I always adjust to near 6.5 pH before watering. Haven't been checking the runoff since she just soaks it back up in a couple of hours.

I'm also finding fungus gnats. May be best to let her dry out some.
I use mosquito bits sprinkled on the soil surface to control fungus gnats. It's effective for me.

They have it at home depot and Lowes too in the US. Maybe at a hardware store near you. Whatever product you use it should contain Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis. Gnatrol is another product I've seen.
 

Tracker

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You know what they say, about an ounce of prevention.
I sprinkle mosquito bits on all of my new plants and transplants as part of my normal routine. I haven't had gnat problems for years ever since I started doing that.

The BTi kills the larvae in the soil and breaks the reproductive cycle.
 

Ras Mountain

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Day 44 in the main room. Couple of them looking close to ripeness.
 

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Ras Mountain

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Ohhh bananas! 🍌 One of my glueberry is showing signs of going herm. Going to have to chop her early to prevent contamination. I do not want to spread uncontrollable pollen.
 

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Ras Mountain

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I'm not sure what they are - originally he said he sent Blueberry x Stinkbomb but then after I got them he told me he thought they were Guptilla.

Maybe Alpha could identify the ones in question but anyway all four of the plants have completely unique aromatic characteristics distinct from each other.
 

Ras Mountain

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@Alphatoy we're trying to identify these plants if you see any resemblance to bluestink or guptilla it'd help ascertain the name of this crop.
 

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