1. Based on that first picture, I'm gonna take a stab at it and say ( USB ) " Universal Serial Buds "... just kidding. ๐Ÿ˜

  2. Yep. I saw the photos a while ago and had to jump on it. Just haven't had a chance to grow it yet until now.

  3. I got the creature going right now in DWC, absolute beast! Looking good. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  4. Low temps will induce color changes, which is typical and to be expected. If low temps aren't a factor, it normally points to a lack of phosphorus.

  5. Fans leaves are engines to your plants power, just like any other plant. Photosynthesis is what provides the energy for plant growth. This, however, doesn't mean a plant can't and won't grow without them. Removing leaves should be for a purpose and strategically done. Some people hack and slash their plant and still do ok. I just personally wouldn't recommend or suggest anyone to do it.

  6. What brand of soil are you using? How many tsp of all 3 are you feeding? I assume you are giving plain water in between your feeds. And why 6.8 in ph, and not closer to 6.5?

  7. I used miracle grow indoor potting soil because it had the least nutrients added and I figured most of the nutes would be used up before flowering and to make sure I gave them an extra month of veg time! As far as nutes I only use fox farms and I follow the directions to a T. I feed them every other watering and I do use tap water that I run through a Brita filter!

  8. What brand of MG did you use? And following FF feeding chart can be a recipe for disaster. They advertise to feed the way they do on their charts because you use alot of the nutrients quicker, which ultimately forces you to run back and buy more. Very profitable selling tactic for those who don't know any better. I've been using the trio for years and had to learn the hard way. I'll shoot you a DM.

  9. Is there any reason why you don't have the pots suspended above the tray so the pot doesn't absorb the runoff? If liquid feeding, the runoff typically has rinsed built up salts that you honestly don't want going back into your soil.

  10. Ok sorry about not explaining that but yes my pot rests about the the run off tray with a plant lifter thing to keep them above any runoff h2o

  11. Its ok. If your pots aren't sitting directly in the runoff, you don't have anything to worry about. I assume that's why you asked...

  12. Patience is key. Still more time to go. Don't let impatience ruin your hard work. Take her to the finish line, ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ

  13. I think this holds true with most strains. This is why people pheno hunt, to find that keeper. Not one time have I ran anything more than once and got the exact same results, nor did I expect to. This is the unpredictability with seeds that most growers don't go into anticipating. Seeing photos of a plant entices people to get it just to find out that theirs look nothing like the photo they saw. Stability didn't play much of a factor here. Just like humans, no one can determine if a child will look like the mom, the dad, or both parents before the child is born. It's that equal characteristic of both parents that we all want from our plants, and unfortunately, you won't get it every time. So I wholeheartedly agree with you.

  14. Humidity rises, so having your exhaust at the top is your best line of defense. Being that you only have 1 plant in there tells me your moisture is outside of the tent and just being sucked inside. Might have to deal with humidity outside first.

  15. Running your exhaust 24/7 should keep your RH under control if you don't have a large enough dehuey. That dehuey you have won't make much of a difference in that space. This is what I use in my 3x3, and it barely keeps my RH in check. During lights I have to run my exhaust all night.

  16. Dream, Headband and Kush, ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ

  17. Definitely mold. You can usually tell pre harvest when a certain part of the bud looks brown compared to everything else looking green, even the surrounding sugar leaves can take on the same look. High humidity or weak air circulation during mid to late flower is usually the culprit with large sized colas.

  18. Be sure to not judge ripeness by accidentally looking at the sugar leaves. They can give false representation.

  19. All depends on the type of high you're after. My wife likes a more sedative effect, so I let my plants go longer than most intentionally. If she wants a more active effect, I cut earlier. 60 milky/40 amber-Sedative. 80 milky/20 amber- Active. Of course, these numbers aren't engraved in stone, but just what I personally like to use to achieve the desired effect.

  20. I currently do both, and the workload, at least for me, is about the same. If I fed my coco plants liquid nutrients, I think the coco runs would be more hands on. But because I run dry amendments, I have the pots set on auto drippers, only labor intensive part is switching out a new bucket of water, which is ph'd, just like my DWC buckets. During flower they drink alot like already mentioned, so doing bucket changes is kind of equal on both setups. Some plants tend to drink more than others, so if you have very thirsty plants in DWC, expect to do buckets changes every 3-4 days, or sooner. Cost wise, I think it depends on how you feed, and if you reuse your coco. If you reuse, coco is significantly cheaper.

  21. What are you feeding? There's some definite issues nutrients wise. Tall tale sign is the spotting.

  22. Be careful, don't want you to catch frostbite.. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  23. Are you using just regular soil, or a coco mix?

  24. Looks like you might have a slight toxication going on.

  25. Because of the claw? It was more severe then I repotted in bigger recipients and they got better, at least for the new leaves, the old ones just remained like that :(

  26. Yea because of the claw. Usually, it clears up on old and new leafs if the oeoblem has been resolved. Typically, the effected deficiency leaves are the ones you can't get rid of.

  27. You have a lockout, by the looks of the leaves and how they are burnt and curled at the tips.

  28. Way to take her to the finish line. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

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