I think I'm around day 95 now. Too lazy to post these days. Y'all know how it is.
Anyway, the plant is doing well I think. It's been flowering for 3 weeks now, which means it should be done the last week in January or the first week of February.
Physically, the buds are slowly growing bigger and it's losing a lot of the fan leaves and the branches at the bottom of the stock. I remember reading that this is a normal procedure. As the plant converts energy to flowering,
My plant is solidly flowering now and looks beautiful. Excellent growth. Glad I picked up the bottle of big bloom. The plant looks healthier than it ever has.
Week to week growth:
Top looks good:
Even the bottom branches are coming along:
I don't know what week it is anymore, but that was an ambiguous counting system anyway. Now we're on day 67.
I haven't had any time to update thanks to school, but I am somewhat free now.
First, I'd like to thank everyone who looked at my posts and gave me advice. I'd be totally fucked with out the community.
Onto the show!
A lot has happened since I last posted.
As you can see here:
The grow is at day 52.
The plant is at a surprising 18.5 inches. I had read that these strains were only supposed to grow to be about a foot tall. To compensate for the extreme hight I've got a system of old wires and duct tape holding the hood up from a pole. I have to raise the lights once every few days. It still has new leaves pouring out of the top too, so I expect it to grow at least another two inches. I'm not sure how yield relates to the size of the plant. My logic leads
The beast has grown wild. The grow tabs probably helped a bit.../facepalm.
It now goes through half a gallon of water through the week. I had to get two gallons of water to make sure I can keep it level until the next water change.
I also had to string up the lights with spare wire, since the plant is now taller than the max hight on the AG light stand. The first rigging broke over night and smacked the plant on one side. I lost two leaves but it bounced back in a day and looks