Cut or not

Discussion in 'Picture Post Archive' started by Duke_of_Paduka, Oct 5, 2002.

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Should we cut or not?

  1. Do Cut heavy buds now

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  2. Don't cut heavy buds now

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  3. Wait a few days and see

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  1. As you can see the flowers are heavy enough to cause the individual branches to droop. Would judicious trimming of the top most flowers allow the plant to continue producing?
     

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  2. Would like to hear from all you seasoned growers and not so seasoned growers.
     

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  7. Nice looking plants there Duke,

    i was always adviced to harvest when 75% of the "hairs" have turned a redish brown (the rest will turn during drying/curing process)

    What strain are your girls Duke they look very sativa dominant to me.

    fester
     
  8. very nice m8 how many girlies you got growing outside???
    they look very nice indeed
     
  9. another possibility would be to get some support for your girls so that they can finish up, get a study stick to hold them upright or possibly suspend them with rope from those pines. but thc is right, don't let your stems snap.
     
  10. if you are just having trouble with the branches you can suspend them from the stalk itself with string.
     
  11. Hey,
    I've been checking out your posts duke. I am going to plant outside next spring, and I was wondering, where do you grow yours. I see pine trees, Is it like a forest where some people dont go, or do you own alot of property? How did you plant them, did you use the soil already in the ground, or put a lot of soil you purchased and planted.Thanks, good luck with the bud
     

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