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Mutation of Early Skunk?

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Printed Date: 22 November 2019 at 10:51


Topic: Mutation of Early Skunk?
Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Subject: Mutation of Early Skunk?
Date Posted: 08 July 2015 at 00:37
I got 10 seeds of Early Skunk by sensi, all germinated and grow up very well so far. One of them shows a completely different habit/genotype compared to the others, fans with a maximum of 3 leaves, mostly one single leaf, hight of plant 1/2 compared to the others, but more "bushy". New leaves start a bit "curly". What is this plant?



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Posted By: artisan du bonheur
Date Posted: 08 July 2015 at 11:52
hi,

the leaves are falling ... waterlogged
too big amount of watering


best regards
Artisan


Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 08 July 2015 at 14:17
Well, all plants receive the same amount of water, only this one shows that habit, in the first pic on the right you see a leaf from the skunk beside, all other plants look normal.


Posted By: artisan du bonheur
Date Posted: 08 July 2015 at 14:49
yop !

the needs of both clones at the same stage are almost identical,
  the needs of two identical phenotype of the same variety are almost the same but not quite. there is already a small difference
 the needs of two different phenotypes of the same variety are not the same, although there has similarities

mean that your plants can have slightly different needs from each other ...

Best regards
Artisan


Posted By: alecky
Date Posted: 08 July 2015 at 22:34
Hi, the plant is showing signs of reverting back to vegetative growth after starting to flower. Was the plant started indoors? Some plants after growing in 18hrs of light per day indoors, when brought outside then to even a couple of hrs less light, the longer nights will trigger flowering. Then over time the plant gets into a rhythm, realizes whats going on and reverts back to veg.



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Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 09 July 2015 at 15:03
Thank you for your answers, actually they started indoors for about 8 weeks with 18/6, then moved into greenhouse beginning of may, at that time we had less than 15 hours daylight. This might cause that rection you explained! I just wondered why that one plant looks like a "duckfoot"...



Posted By: artisan du bonheur
Date Posted: 09 July 2015 at 17:37
hi,

if you have put your plant outdoor since May they've more than two months to acclimatize, it's not a reverts back ....

salad is a wrong dosage of fertilizers and too big amount of watering


en français je dirais que c'est un mauvais dosage des engrais ( c'est pas la bonne ligne sur le programme d'engraissage, faut prendre un engrais type AB comme le AB coco de H&G ou les doages sont les même de la croissance à la foraison) et c'est combiné avec une trop grande quantité d'arrosage ( les feuilles sont bien grasses et on vois bien qu'elles sont gorgées d'eau)


Best regards
Artisan


Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 10 July 2015 at 01:11
Merci bien!

I will give her less water, and see what will come!


Posted By: alecky
Date Posted: 10 July 2015 at 13:32
From what you explained its most defiantly reverting back to vegetative growth. When you put it out in may it would take the plant some time to react to the shorter day lenght and start flowering, then it flowered for a short time. While this was happening the days were getting longer, the plant then started to revert. I dont think its finished reverting either, the last plant i had this happen too didnt have enough time to complete the cycle and ended up dying in the depts of winter!

I live in ireland where it rains and rains and rains, if what your plants are showing was a result of over watering, every plant i grow would look like this! I dont advise reducing watering in the height of summer, your plants look nice and healthy, even the one revegging, keep doing what you are doing! %3cig%20smile


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Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 10 July 2015 at 15:45
Thanks a lot! Meanwhile, since one week, the new fan leaves look quite normal!


Posted By: artisan du bonheur
Date Posted: 10 July 2015 at 16:13
hi,

houtch! difficult to correct explain me in english

too much and too abundant watering with wrong dosage fertilizer
the leaves ( look the old) have absorbed much water, they are waterlogged and drooping

little leaves look has a reveg ..... wrong dosage, i would say that if you put to much grow fertilizer look the same

ca ressemble beaucoup à un retour en végétatif mais les grandes feuilles grasses et gorgés d'eau combinés à la forme des petites feuilles me fait aussi penser à un arrosage trop abondant avec des engrais mal dosés voir sur dosés en composants pour la croissance ( c'est pour éviter ça en autre aussi que j'ai opté pour un engrais AB simple aux dosages identique pour la grow et la flo)

Apres sur juste une photo faut quand même une bonne boule de cristal hein ! surtout sans infos !


best regards
Artisan



Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 11 July 2015 at 15:23
Germinated the seeds End of February indoors in small pots with soil, out into greenhouse beginning of may in soil (pots with 60 liters, best soil I could get, pre-fertilized), until now I didn´t add any fertilizer, watering only when surface of soil was dry. As I wrote, since one week the new leaves are "normal" with 7 and 9 fans, theese early "curly" leaves don´t unfold.


Posted By: artisan du bonheur
Date Posted: 11 July 2015 at 19:18
substrate a little too high in some components


or did you do a treatment against pests, foliar?

the plants will not be burned,they're very nice, tiny problem already solved


  60 liters is already a good size pot ..... I grow with pots 13 * 13 * 13cm

Best regards
Artisan


Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 11 July 2015 at 22:51
Thank you for your support!
No treatment so far, as the plant´s new growing parts look healthy I will keep doing what I do so far. Will post at least some flowers later this year (hopefully).


Posted By: VerwegenerMartin
Date Posted: 16 September 2015 at 13:16
All good, so far, the plants grew well up to 3, 40 meters..., no more "strange" signs, now starting flowering.



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