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should i bind my plant? - recent pictures update white widdow outdoor

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hey guys - look my plant really looks good and the other one is still lagging - but still im happy with the big one

 

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i dont know why but it didn't post my question so - should i untie my plant or is it a good thing? because i wanted sun coming to the litle nodes

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5 hours ago, superblue said:

You are growing outdoors, so I would untie your plant and all the leaves to have the surface area to be hit by light.

all the best,

john

i accdiently tore the first leave when i untied it - is it bad ? like really really bad?

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Dont worry it is just a minor wound and she should not care too much about it ;)

 

 

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