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wait wait... what? I might have fucked up.? There were bug clusters of ball shaped things towards the tops of the plants so I pulled thoes plants out and destroyed them . The remaining plants had white hairs that are beginning to get rather long. I sprayed everything with organic pesticides because Im starting to see a little bug problem.
I wish I knew what strain these were. Started with 20, lost 2, broke a few, got rid of the males, and now I have 6 fems and 2 still to be determined
Now that my males are gone... my females are awefuly close even tied down.. Im wondering if I should let them grow straight up again... any advise appreciated
sounds like you did the correct thing. those were males, but they weren't growing seeds, just their big ball-like flowers.
even tied down, the females should start growing straight up again soon. just with many more branches filling in more space.
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But should I take the hangers out of the ground and just let them grow? Since they have been tied down, they have about 5 or 6 "plants" growing from the main stem, which is sweet but the branches on the bottom arent doing much other just chillin on the ground.