Jbudz

First time...1 week in!

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These were 7 days into flower. I just wanted some feedback on whether they look fine or not. Wat do u think? 

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hi

looking good friend what strain are they

looks like they in coco feed everyday if you dont know that already

peace

 

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Hi there. Thanks! These are white widow x big bud. 

Yeah I'm growing in coco and using ionic nutrients. 

I'll be updating later on this stain as they're now 15 days into flower and need pruning (I think). 

Keep me posted on wat u think...

Nice one

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You're doing a fine job, Jbudz.

 

Yeah, a little lollypopping (eliminating some of the shaded leaves in the lower 1/4 of the plant) would help to encourage expansion in the upper lighted areas.

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looking good, now that it is starting to flower proper it will start to eat a lot more potassium and phosphorous and less nitrogen, but mainly the potassium untill the ripening phase so it would be ideal moment to start switching to bloom specific food ratio 

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