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  1. Yup, all natural, little later than expected I guess but since I left it outdoors I didn't force a heavy lighting scheme on it, i guess it took on about 13h of sunlight a day on average during its lifetime. Instead of switching nutrients during flowering I gave it a final dose of the same nutrient as before than let it use up all its own nutrients. Just kept my watering scheme of watering every three days really.
  2. Hey guys, I am new to growing bud so I thought I'd check here to see what you think. I am in the south of France and I planted my seedlings in end of April. It had a slow start as the weather was awesome in the first two weeks then terrible for about a month. Although there were some nice sunny days in between I noticed she could use some better weather. I gave her weekly nutrients, nothing special though just something with the right balance to keep her nourished. I kept the watering to a minimum, giving her water every three days. I did some late topping which allowed extra colas to form which was nice to see. Now its July and I am almost ready to harvest. All I am worried about is to harvest too early. I see some leaves turning yellow and the white hairs start to turn brown. I think I should try sequential harvesting as lower buds are not forming at the same rate as the main cola. Has anybody tried this? Do you think this would be a good idea? Thanks for your time and interest!

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

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