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Have to show these in the own thread , They are by far the tightest inter node spacing i have ever had.

 

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Again these are in mapito & being fed low ec hesi nutes .

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second pic is a BEAST, drip !!

:dribble:

 

(no wait ... this smiley fits better: :|)

 

 

*lol*

 

 

ey, i hope it's a gal, bro !

keep up the great thumbing.

 

out-o-likes again , of course (pfffffffff) :whip:

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I think T5s are ideal for young plants and most vegging, unless you need to light an area larger than an 8 tube fixture.

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I had a SugarPunch with similar nodes.gallery_7552_3400_1309471.jpg

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the t5 are indeed perfect for young ones. the spectrum promotes short internode distance and really thick, stout stem. my favourite veg and clone lighting

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Nice color, good control.

Close internode buildup, lets hope its a female.

Dont change a winning team!

 

Grdz e$ko,

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Have to show these in the own thread , They are by far the tightest inter node spacing i have ever had.

 

gallery_3524_4097_421532.jpg

 

gallery_3524_4097_113287.jpg

 

gallery_3524_4097_98932.jpg

 

Again these are in mapito & being fed low ec hesi nutes .

 

They look great! You may want to remove those 2 fan leaves that are covering the entire plant. Those fans will cause the branches underneath to stretch looking for a break in daylight before another node developes. I think the structure of LC leaves are absolutely beautiful. I can sit in my room and just stare at them, so peaceful.

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removing fanleaves makes the branches attached to them branch more stronger.

maybe drip does want to see the natural shape, maybe not. i'm just saying this info

in case anyone did not know this yet ;)

 

drip you are doing a great job ... fingers crossed they grow into the same huge ladies

carps showed before. these were some of the BIGGEST buds i have seen on plants !

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I read that the majority of 'photosynthate' from a fan leaf goes to structures very close to the fan leaf. Those giant leaves you get just below the place where you pinched a top are feeding the new dominant branches. If you have a nice bud in the leaf axil, cutting the leaf off will reduce the growth of that bud a tremendous amount. It's something to consider when deciding whether you should cut off a fan leaf.

 

Personally, I think cutting off healthy fan leaves is usually not beneficial.

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San,,,,,,,,,, thanks all way nice to see you .10_3_6.gif

 

Misterdirt ,,,, I agree on both of your reply's

 

Barney ,,,,, nice and tight :icecream:

Doc D ,,,,,,Yes i have used this t 5 over the last 5 years ,,,,still do not remember any this close ...next run with these i will hang the lep over them

to compare , :whistle:

 

 

 

Esko,,,,,,,,,, ow they are not fems :rofl :grinning_respect:

 

Emv's,,,, Thank you for the tips ,,but i will leave them for now ,, need all the engine i can get

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Hahahahha drip i think esko was saying ....fingers crossed they turn out to be female...not fems lmao

 

 

dude its the close internode plant structure....thats the one's you want bro thats the keeper

but saying that they are all dam fine smoking herb

 

 

grtz carper

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lets hope its a female.

 

Esko,,,,,,,,,, ow they are not fems

 

Hahahahha drip i think esko was saying ....fingers crossed they turn out to be female...not fems lmao

 

 

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LOOOOOOOL !!! :)

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let's see how things develop, i say :) either way:

these lady canes will perform like only few others, imo.

 

 

(now i am off to enjoy emv's galleries ...

man, these are some serious yields, hehe B))

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you are definetly a cool bloke in my book, emv :grinning_respect: i also agree on the

not believing everything right away and stay curious and experimental part

as well ... 100%. i definetly try different things on every grow i have here.

 

very nice to point that out.

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Drip leave them leaves alone , they are the engine for the plant

the plant will go into another gear when they go into flower

the buds under neath the fan leaves will be too far from the light any way and you'll trim them off anyway

but you already know this

 

this is why i leave the fan leaves alone , i think the pictures speak for there selfs

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thats a 25litre container and 2 litre bottle - this should get the point across

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drip the close internodes are the plants doing bro and your light will help

your in for a real treat with them girls

keep doing what your doing and stay calm lol

 

 

im back !!!!!! moohahahaha

 

 

grtz carper

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If that isn't some good evidence on the side of leaving fan leaves on, I don't know what is. Always nice to see an exceptional grower agree with my two-bit opinion.

 

Of course, if Carper said he got those colas by snipping off fan leaves, I'd jump to the other side of the argument in a split second.

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both have definetly a point (please check the galleries with

emv's results). defeleafing works, when it is done correctly,

imo. many ways lead to rome, some take longer, some are

shorter ... both end up there ;)

 

 

wtf, carps ... your buds are insane :dribble: hahaha

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Drip leave them leaves alone , they are the engine for the plant

the plant will go into another gear when they go into flower

the buds under neath the fan leaves will be too far from the light any way and you'll trim them off anyway

but you already know this

 

this is why i leave the fan leaves alone , i think the pictures speak for there selfs

gallery_26586_16280_43355.jpggallery_26586_16280_49583.jpg

thats a 25litre container and 2 litre bottle - this should get the point across

gallery_26586_16280_43355.jpggallery_26586_16280_51532.jpg

 

drip the close internodes are the plants doing bro and your light will help

your in for a real treat with them girls

keep doing what your doing and stay calm lol

 

 

im back !!!!!! moohahahaha

 

 

grtz carper

 

What was the yield per plant on those massive single cola plants?

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I do have to say tho , the million dollar question you should ask your selfs is .... growing canna is not what you but how you do it

its like fishing lol

 

Yes San i agree with what your saying and Emv

 

In certain situations ie style of growing what strain your growing at the time you train the plants, this will free up the light to the blocking buds to

flourish ...or in a large sea of green this can benefit the overall harvist but this i would do only if you know what your doing

There are many ways to get same goal but different ways yes?

lst- fim- sc- scrog just the normal run of the mill training

its not some thing you must do tho

 

 

sorry guys but for security reasons out of my control

 

when doing grows with record harvist buds it can draw attention and IT DID :thumbsdown: :icecool

 

 

 

 

grtz carp

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