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    Hi all. Looking for some info on purple growth. All of my plants have some but others are way darker and dominant. I have read about anthocynan amounts in different strains and see that. But my question is what am I doing different than my group of folks with clones of these girls? Or I should say what helps this to happen?

    I also have been battling bugs. Chewing on alot of vegetation .

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    Whilst there are ways of messing about to encourage purple, it's better just to get some purples in the first place

    This is an auto I did earlier this year, A Black Lemon auto by Exotic Seeds

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    Yeah if you're after purps then best to go with strains that will turn purple no matter the environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post

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    Yes I understand that. I know that the plants all have traits of having purple. My girls are the mother's and they all have lots of purple bud sites. My clones that went out to various houses however are not displaying this kind of growth. Strains are blue dream, white widow, strawberry cough, and gorilla glue.

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    Under those circumstances, environment & nutrition are the causes.

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    They are out door. Can bug stress cause this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill.landman13 View Post
    They are out door. Can bug stress cause this?

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    Low night temps could....

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    Looks like normal growth tbh .

    Ive seen non purple strains purple under nice conditions ... nothing beats the sun man . All plants are tuned into the suns frequency wich no artificial light can touch .
    The sun mixed with earths microbes .... all work in tune together in a harmonious cycle ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Looks like normal growth tbh .

    Ive seen non purple strains purple under nice conditions ... nothing beats the sun man . All plants are tuned into the suns frequency wich no artificial light can touch .
    The sun mixed with earths microbes .... all work in tune together in a harmonious cycle ....

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    Thank you very much. I couldnt give any answers to questions cause frankly I had no idea how or why it is happening.

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    There have been some issues in the States with growers having purple growth along with abnormal growth. The purple from some strains seems to be related to colder temps, but the problem they are seeing looks identical to the problems they are having. The center of new growth is purple and the plant starts to grow all twisted and wrong. They usually recover but nobody seems to know the reason. Some are indoor, some outdoor, and all are different strains. It's thought to be some sort of disease, but so far there have been no hard facts.

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    Interesting.

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