I think you meant photoperiod and yep, definitely not an auto
I’ve heard both lol but looking nice and good color…
Phenotype refers to a plant’s genetics. It’s an offspring of two parents that have a specific set of epigenetics or expressed traits. A phenotype would be a single offspring of a specific set of genetics. Like when people go “pheno hunting” they are looking for a specific phenotype with specific traits (i.e. grows fast, big buds, higher thc, etc.).
Photoperiod are types of cannabis plants that rely on the amount of light to tell them when it is time to flower and do not have many rudaralis genetics. Autoflower strains are those that flower automatically and do this because they are a cross of an indica/sativa and also rudaralis genetics.
Hope that clears it up. If I made a mistake in my explanation, please anyone feel free to chime in. Lol
Nope totally understand all of it. I’ve been doing a lot of Autoflower’s because I have to upgrade my whole home… Trying to find a well water home with land for a vegetable garden and summer plants outside. It’s going to be a rainbow crop. I’ve got 6 or 7 different photos too plant. All feminized.
Sounds like a fun project.
First day I’ve seen pistil hairs and it looks like there’s a deficiency. Ive supplemented cal-mag most of the grow due to seeing brown spots, but I’m not quite sure whats causing this issue here. Any ideas? @Todd.grobo
Chocolope and white strawberry seedlings doing ok:
Edit: I have no idea why these photos are sideways.
The cal/Meg is my hardest thing to deal with. So I got premixed Soil and I still have to add sulfur and Cal mag that’s why I got the premix so I wouldn’t have to deal with that problem and I’m still dealing with that problem and it sucks.
Yeah this poor Kosher Kush has been dealing with some issues since the beginning. I honestly don’t know if it’s disease or cal/mag deficiency. It does look better after several feedings of cal/mag, but I still see some brown spots. The gradual yellowing of the pant makes me think it’s not getting enough nitrogen.
Plants don’t typically repair damages to leaves. If they get spotting, it’s sorta there to the end. It’s the new leaves we pay attention to there is no deficiencies.
Sometimes there not even accurate, for example, look at my Super skunk in my thread, clearly some nutrient looking burn on the leaves, however, the plant is feeding itself, not me feeding it. So that is likely genetics to that strain, as I did have the same discolouration on leaves in earlier stages, this happened to be a fit for my case.
The plant in your unit looks super healthy. Is that an auto or a photoperiod? Have a photo of the package?
Thank you, Todd. The package didn’t have any pictures, but I was able to get it from the seed bank website:
This one is a photoperiod.
How many weeks does it suggest for flowering
55-65 days for flower.
Thanks for checking
Can you post a stem meets coco pod photo and one of the roots. She might just be a slow one
That’s a great possibility nitrogen yesssss… Couldn’t think of it the other day brother lmmfao ROLMMFAO
A flower I just yelled…
Niceeeeee. Fire her up.
I have. … I have and it’s very good just curing it still… Little rough on your throat at the moment got to get rid of all that chloroform out of there and @Todd.grobo do you just open up your jar’s and let them sit open for the 20 minutes or half hour?
15 min every time u open