My Plant Is A Mutant?

Discussion in 'Sick Plants and Problems' started by GroTrees, May 5, 2006.

  1. Hey everyone i just took some pics today and i thought id post what i found, the first two pics are freaky, there is my two leaf pic, the mutant leaf pic, and then i have three pics of what i think are signs of the sex of the plant, anyway i was jus posting these up because someone might find them interesting and also i was wondering if those things at the nodes are signs of sex and if so is it a girl. . . .

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  2. Looks sort of normal to me. It also apears too early to identify sex.
     
  3. has female pre-flowers, so looks like it's a girl!

    congrats first of all, but i don't see anything wrong with your plant, looks like a healthy green mj plant.

    how long has it been in veg? the little leaf coming in is normal. it's a budsite for flowering(i believe)
     

  4. Woah!!
    Talk about jumping the gun. There are no preflowers on this plant yet. Let it grow a long time in veg and it will show pre-flowers.
     
  5. yeah, I didn't see shit.
     
  6. Here are the updated pics, tell me what you think. Also is this very light browning possible nute burn, ph problem, heat stress, or strain signature, or just nothing lol? Thanks.
     

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  7. Stems look fine to me. Thats about all I can see. Back the camera up a bit and take a shot of the whole plant. Then we can tell if it is abnormally brown.
     
  8. Here are some backed up pics, i mean there is obviously not a significant problemn with the plant, but i thought those might be early symptoms of somethin bad, and you say the new leaves at the nodes are normal and unrelated to sex? thanks again
     

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  9. no sign of sex, and i recommnd getting a fan on that to build a stronger stem and get a better light, because it looks like it is streching quite a bit, how old is it?
     
  10. yes new leafs at the nodes are NORMAL, and its not LEAVES its really the beginning of Branches, a new branch can form at the top of every fanleaf, this is what you want to grow out to get multiple bud sites. When Flowering, this is also where the buds will form (above each fanleaf... This is why its critical to keep good light on them, so that the fanleafs (internode spacing) stays very close for thight dense buds.

    Plant looks fine to me, and yes its WAY to early to tell any type of sex.
     
  11. i know im a dumbass but i honestly dont know when i started it. there is a fan on it now but it is strictly for circulation not direct breeze. im going to have to get it more directly blowing on to the plant i guess, and i only have until june 10th before i start flowering, but im hoping to move to a better grow room with plus 450 watts of light while im still in veg to get some good growth, im only running 280 watts currently, anyway thanks for the info,
     

  12. Next time, or this time even, start writing down on a calendar, things like when you planted, when you fertilized, when you put them into 12/12 etc. This way when you are stoned and can't remember the last time you fertilized them, you won't even have to think; you just refer to your trusty desk calendar and all the info will be there.
     
  13. that plant is rediculously stretched. Next time, more light and closer to the plant. By June 10, you might get more than a joint if you get some serious light on that poor little guy.
     
  14. but one fine joint it will be, either that or one fine cup of tea since this is my only plant. i started building my growroom yesterday, in fact ill go take some pics . . .ok construction is 50% but my bedroom now obnoxiously reeks of chronic so something must be done, im hoping to move my baby in here soon. . .

    Pics are: Before, After, Inside, Frankenstein

    edit: no this is not my bedroom, this is a shed
     

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