What does this mean?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Marijuana Growing' started by Jake Broadway-Jones, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. She is very healthy as far as I know but towards the bottom of the plant these are all like this? What does this mean?
    She is flowering and the rest of the plant looks okay apart from this. _20180913_151138.JPG _20180913_151243.JPG _20180913_151208.JPG

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  2. Nothing to be worried about..it looks pretty healthy too..can you post the whole plant ?
     
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  3. Yeah it's autoflower, was considering changing the pot the few weeks ago but never got round to it. Guess it's not a good idea doing it now while flowering?

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  4. Hey man. I have transplanted right within the first week or two of flower when she was going crazy and ended up ok. But I’ve also stressed them.If stressed the yield will go down and will take longer. If u do just be really gentle. Or u could do a little LST. With those I’ve just tied down side branches while they grow. Pull them away from main stem. Other than that, just let her make buds for ya. Peace
     
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  5. I do not suggest you to transplant now..just let it grow in this pot you have it in..
     
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  6. ??? Missing parts?
    Sure your not just looking at where she has been pruned?
     
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  7. [​IMG]
    What was there



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  8. Just a stem wound, healed up. As soon as you saw that you could Saran Wrap. This would protect bugs or mold infestation. Looks healed though. I don’t transplant autos, however you start in a larger pot 2.5-3g minimum.


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  9. I can see it’s a wound
    Should not be there, why did he cut it there is the??? IMO


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  10. I don’t believe he did that on purpose (HST). Could be from anything, banging around. I lost a nice 6 bud site limb once due to rain/wind.
     
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  11. Its never a good idea period.. auto flowers hate being moved.. when u plant an auto you wanna plant her in her final home from the start.. & never repot her.. lifes too short cant afford the possible stun from it..

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  12. Took my plants out to clean the tent floor & my daughter walked over her knocking iff 2 big ass bud branches entirely 4 weeks from harvest.. she looks naked now down low.. 3 weeks from harvest now

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  13. You can save those if you duct tape them within 18 hours. Earliest you catch them best chance to save.


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  14. Looks like badly pruned leaf stems healed up is all those are. Should leave a bit of leaf stem on the main stem when removing leaves so it's less likely to allow infection into the plant but I bend and crack stems open when flopping tops that are way worse than that and never get infections.

    Pot plants have amazing powers of recuperation and a powerful immune system and we're lucky they share them with us. :)
     
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  15. Fan leaves
     
  16. Will remember that for next grow
     
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  17. WOW!!! she's beautiful
     
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