trichome pics. Is this plant done?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by anhedonia, Oct 11, 2008.

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    anhedonia

    anhedonia Well-Known Member

    I have 2 orange bud plants that I fed the recommended dosage of bushmaster to and a week later all the fan leaves started dying. And it did nothing that it claimed except stop the vertical growth, poisoned the fuck out of my plant, and lost alot of the potency. No fist sized nuggets or anything like that. And no more fan leaves. But here some pics of the trichomes. Bushmaster also claims that plants finish 7- 10 days sooner and Im on my 6 week mark. What do you guys think?:-?
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    Tiggerisorangeandblack

    Tiggerisorangeandblack Well-Known Member




    this might help you out my friend-- this has always been a little gem that i keep to myself but hey seeing as its you ...try this:wink:


    hope it helps you out.......

    oh some +rep would be appreciated:wink:,if it helps...

    peace
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    ford442

    ford442 Well-Known Member

    they look all white still to me - you want them to start going amber..
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    MrFishy

    MrFishy Well-Known Member

    Bushmaster never hurt my grow. In soil, it did burn the leaves, as expected, but it didn't seem to hurt the over-all plant. Sprayed on the foliage, it had no adverse effect.
    Both stopped the vertical growth, as designed. Soil, immediately-ish . . . sprayed X3.

    I believe it's one of 3-4 Humboldt County products that, used together, in some tried and true method, has produced some tennis ball nugs.
    I only use the Bmaster. It's great for shaping multiple plants for best light penetration during flowering. I had to up all dosages to see the desired results. As it says in the literature, it lends itself to experimentation. I found that with my strain, 3.75mls. thru soil once stopped the stretch.
    Sprayed, it took 2mls, 3times, one day apart, which limited the stretch to 4-5 inches per plant.
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    anhedonia

    anhedonia Well-Known Member

    Well the shitty thing is is that Im color blind and milky trichomes and clear ones all look milky to me. Sometimes I can see amber but Im not sure if its really amber or just light hitting it. I'll get my shitty camera and see if Icant post some better pictures.
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    Tiggerisorangeandblack

    Tiggerisorangeandblack Well-Known Member



    hahaha for the rep thing .... roflmao lol
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    anhedonia

    anhedonia Well-Known Member

    I think the strain is very fertilizer sensitive. Purple maxx even burned 3 of my plants pretty bad. I do have one plant that I fed a very low dose of bushmaster to and it too suffered but still has its upper fanleaves so I lollipopped it and now its about a month into flower. Im not very impressed.

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    MrFishy

    MrFishy Well-Known Member

    Yeah, that's not a great plant. I think it's (BMaster) proving to be strain dependent, in re: to any damage and the final results. Took me forever to get the #'s straight in my head.
    1/4 tsp = 1.25ml (per gallon)
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    Tiggerisorangeandblack

    Tiggerisorangeandblack Well-Known Member

    thats 1 scrawny looking plant there

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