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    Has any one seen a plant that has 3 leaf on all nodes ? Click image for larger version. 

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    I've had a look on site and seems it's not uncommon and in fact most are saying finished weed was kick ass. Also read too much heat can cause this. She did have a hot morning in her dome when young so could be that.

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    If that is in soil, it is just low on Nuts, or just not picking up enough from the soil for some reasion or another. The more leaves you have is cause by more micro's in the soil getting to the plant. It should pick up when you starting feeding her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    If that is in soil, it is just low on Nuts, or just not picking up enough from the soil for some reasion or another. The more leaves you have is cause by more micro's in the soil getting to the plant. It should pick up when you starting feeding her.
    I would have thought if that was the case I would be seeing more signs of deficiencies by now, but it is very healthy other than the 3 leaf thing. They never seem to put the ph of store bought composts so if you are correct it is probably a ph issue would cause them to not uptake. It's new soil and my other plant who has had the same treatment exactly is a fine and beefy baby so not the nutes themselves. Only been in pots for 2 weeks so shouldn't have used up nutes yet although will be needing a feed soon.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud goode View Post
    Has any one seen a plant that has 3 leaf on all nodes ? Click image for larger version. 

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    You have a triploid plant, considered sterile meaning it can make flowers but not seeds. Kind of a super fem. Don't know if they smoke better or not.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jingo View Post
    You have a triploid plant, considered sterile meaning it can make flowers but not seeds. Kind of a super fem. Don't know if they smoke better or not.



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    Wow learn something new every day. Thanks bro. Is it something that's triggered or Is it a genetic thing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud goode View Post
    Wow learn something new every day. Thanks bro. Is it something that's triggered or Is it a genetic thing ?
    I think it's very much a genetic rarity actually.



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    Now I see the next node she's gone to 5. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud goode View Post
    Now I see the next node she's gone to 5. Click image for larger version. 

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    She is picking up on the Micros in the soil, just let her grow, sure she will fill out in no time at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    She is picking up on the Micros in the soil, just let her grow, sure she will fill out in no time at all.
    Thanks bud. It had a bad start. But recovering well. Click image for larger version. 

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    I've got one of those growing in a 20ltr coco hempy just now,I let it hit 7 nodes then topped it,I should go outside and check how its doing now.

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    Sorry, but that is not a triploid (polymorphoid) plant. A triploid plant would of had three cotyledons when it sprouted and three leaves/shoots at each node/junction, that one only has two. I have grown a few triploids over the years, they tend to not be real hardy. The number of fingers on each individual leaf can vary from three to 7, with 5 being the most common. I've heard of leaves with 9, but I never seen one, however that is just individual and environmental variation..
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