Raven07866

Never come across this before

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Symptoms of the problem: dense pistils almost solid. Never seen this happen is it good or bad?

-Age of the plant:  5th week of flower

-Medium used (soil/coco/hydro if hydro what type): hydro

-Size of the pots: 20l

-Temperature Day/night: 26 - 20

-Humidity levels: 60-70%

-Type of feeding (brand etc..): hesi hydro

-Watering frequency (quantity and how often): 24/7

-Last EC's used: 1.8

-PH: 5.8

-Light Power: 600w

-Type of light (LED, HPS, CFL...): hps

-Distance from the plant: 12inch

-Size of the room: 1m x 1m x 1.8m

-Ventilation system: rhino filter into ruck out of tent

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Hey buddy. Awesome intro about the health of the plant but can you make a photo without the lights on?

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If the plant show no sign other than dense pistils i would not worry.

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Half has gone into flower way quicker than the other. Also different pheno by the looks of it. Can't work out why they'd be so different :/ 

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They definitely look like two very different  pheno´s wich in my optics would explain the difference in the time they need to flower. I think that the once that haven´t reached the same state in flowering are way more Sativa dominant than the others and may flower in an other tempo and perhaps needs longer time to finish flowering too.

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