Hello all, This is my first post/registered account Ive made on the forums in all of my years of random surfing, and boy i sure i could use some help on this one As the title says: MAIN STEM CRACK backstory: It was coming to the end of the second week of 12/12 when i messed up horribly. I was moving my grow box to slide it back into the corner, which went fine. i opened up the door just to make sure nothing tipped over or was uneven. It was in that moment of the door jerking open that my largest CFL wobbled loose of its socket and came crashing down onto my clone below which resulted in the biggest side cola breaking off, 3 side colas bent, like supper cropping bends, and my worse fear, a fracture to the main stem where the largest side shoot was broken from. So i applied to some old green thumb skill that i learned from repairing complete stem breaks on tomatoes and just wrapped my girl up tight with the end of a bandaid and was expecting to see her dead by lights off that day. Well she living, just fine too, no noticeable stunting to development (other than my own stress training to keep them small.) took place. Here is what the main fracture looks like at day 45 no repair knuckle ever grew and it seems the exposed areas dried out and "wooden-ed" but now here is my concern; Can the amount of stress lived through be forcing her to the end of her cycle quicker? Its my understanding that when a female is approaching the end of her natural life that she can sustain, The plant will begin to eat away at the nute reserves stored in her leaves to finish pushing whatever energy it can into resins, cannabinoids, and flower structure.... or something like that forgive my novice knowledge Please. A sign that I've learned to look for when cannabis has reached this phase of its life will be the gradual Yellowing of the leaves as the plant eats its nitrogen reserves. The yellowing is just so unsettling because she's sitting right next to her sister which is still lush green all the way through. now my biggest concern in the form of a question. Do you think the main stem crack has taken its toll on the little girl and she's literally just dying or Has the stress of living through the crack brought end of life maturing sooner than her sister what makes me say this is because upon inspection of the buds through a 40x loupe, I'm starting to find amber/ transitioning cloudy trichs! along with the Pistil hairs turning brown and squiggly and thickening of the buds in recent days is making me think she's on her final push My earliest estimated harvest date when i first started everything i made out to be around the 3rd week of May and It looks like so far my girls are going to be falling into that time line. I'm just so paranoid that all this work will go to waste so close to the final stretch I've been doing what i can by dosing her cube directly with some nute juice but i guess its still to soon to say if this has halted the yellowing, but in my eyes the yellowing still seems rather predominant I'm happy with the results of the buds on her though in the recent days, as they've have all now swelled up to bic lighter thickness any words of advice will be taken gratefully and again please excuse my novice knowledge as this is my first grow. TLDR; is all of my paranoia for nothing and is this just the plants final countdown? or is the crack taking its toll on the plant now this late into flower?