Chefblake420

Hawaiian Dutch, Rude Boi OG, and Sour Banana Sherbert. Grown in central Washington.

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@g22 yes I agree my friend🌵🐫☀️

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The 3 Dutch Hawaiian are showing signs of a problem. Since I received them as clones they have exibited some anomalous leaf structure. Some with 3 fan leafs, some with single fan leaves, and some the typical 5. More recently though all the new growth is twisted and retarded, also and most confusingly the bracts are present and fully developed, since these are the reproductive organs they shouldn't be present now in the vegative stage. Its only the 3 Dutch Hawaiian that are displaying these traits. I'm not really sure what to do since I don't really know whats wrong. My instinct is just to cease any fertilizing and give them pure water and hope that the issue corrects itself.

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if you don't have an answer  i will flush them also ,see what the do 

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For clones is normale To have the organe its a old branches not a young germe from a seed and the nodes grow separeted 

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Shot of all my sativas

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there's a nice bunch of good looking girls ,already an difference in your dutch hawaiians ?? greetings to ya and save growing men 

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@jsm no the issue with the Dutch Hawaiian continues unfortunately

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On 8-7-2019 at 6:58 PM, Chefblake420 said:

@jsm no the issue with the Dutch Hawaiian continues unfortunately

sometimes you win sometimes you lose ,luckily you have enough strains/plants left for the season i guess  ? save growing over there my friend and all the best to ya

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Here's a couple over view shots of my sativas. Over all looking pretty good. They seem healthy despite the anomolous leaf pattern on the Dutch Hawaiian, no more twisted growth I think they will flower just fine. A flash rain event beat them up last week some major limbs were lost but they very resilient and doing fine now

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