Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by Bunnybrew, Jan 25, 2018.
So upon encouragement i suppose leafy is going to stay and I will see how it develops. Traits that apparently some desire. Since im not breeding with it why not let it ride
This is a good crowd
Its like being a scout for new talent when I watch them grow
most look strong
Okay. So after some deliberation. I have decided on a nutrient line to use on these. I will be running greenleaf nutrients megacrop for the whole grow. Lets see what they have to offer shall we!
You doing pretty good, they look strong and happy. You must have a nice sized grow area to fit them all in.
Looks good, I'll pull up a chair and follow along.
IME tri nodes yield less but not by much, buds at the nodes were shorter and fatter, and there are three instead of two. I've seen it like yours, started with first set of leaves, almost every branch was a tri node, and Ive had ones where the trinode starts on a branch or 2 at some point and continues. The ones where it stared on a branch or two is what leads me to the statement they yield less, I observed it.
Definitely let it ride, they are fun to watch, I was always curious to see if it was continuiung. I like to watch what plants do without training too, dont know if this is part of your plan for the pheno hunt.
Very interesting. Let me thank you for your time spent observing tri leafs so your able to pass that on to me. I really appropriate that. I will be topping and some supercropping so we will see how it takes that. But I wont if it grows with multiple tops already
Just tried my first "chuck" well see if i didnt successfully make some mutes lol
Chuck away my friend! I see nothing wrong with that. You get the most variations to pick from and lots of seeds to secure your future. Many true breeders dont like it but hey. Good male X good female....no harm in that. Its nice to have exclusive stuff that derived from your own doing as well
You make me sound so nobel!
If I hadn't kept them light would have just hit the floor. I try to keep numbers in a happy zone so I don't always cull the "weaklings".
I'd imagine with proper training you could get a nice even canopy, I do less training now and just let them go bending a stem occasionally. i think since I didn't do much training on them, it seemed one would get crowded out a little.
This seedling ended up a male, it did tri nodes from the beginning.
The next pic attached below is one of a few branches on a female that went tri node, I didn't notice until trimming.
All the tri plants I've grown have grown out of the thricotyledon stage as they mature in veg, also clones don't continue in tricot form either. Just another plant from what I've found. Cheers and good growings
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