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    Question Almost ready? time to start flushing?

    Hi dears, week 8 has started here and the plant is no longer yellowing, yepii :slight_smile: I would like to ask you how much remains before harvesting? I started giving it exclusively water to rinse it, removing everything else, I think it's right at this point. I would like the crop closer to cloudy to have an energizing effect but with a hint of relaxation, so it should be between cloudy and mixed.

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    I can definitely see some amber in that so id say not much longer before chop if your not after that couch lock.

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    should it be today or is it still too early? most high + little relax

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    furthermore, I have started flushing and the plant is becoming very yellow again. I think the deficiency is in the calmag, should I also avoid that during the flush or is it better to put it?

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    Don’t add Calmag at this stage

    I ph the water to 6.4 or I start getting a fresh flush of white pistils, that’s in coco

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    hi, here again for your approval if it's time to cut the plant some of the flowers at the bottom still appear transparent or white, I don't know. desired effect high + little relaxation

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    Still too many white pistils. I'll never understand why people flush/withold nutes, feed to the end. Flushing is for toilets, it accomplishes nothing except to deprive your plant of nutrients it needs. There are studies of plants flushed for 10 days, 5 days, 3 days, and unflushed. The buds were then run through a mass spectrometer, the only element/coumpound found to be lower in flushed weed was iron, and in a blind taste test, unflushed weed was the winner. Just something to think about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t0m1 View Post
    furthermore, I have started flushing and the plant is becoming very yellow again. I think the deficiency is in the calmag, should I also avoid that during the flush or is it better to put it?
    Yellow is because you’re only giving the plant water & it’s purging nitrogen from itself (not a bad thing). But you should never not give a plant calcium…

    Calcium is a vital component for plants to build cell walls & pulling it from the fed a week from harvest harms the plant by weakening it, making it susceptible to mould & a lack of calcium in the harvested flower harms the cure (or longevity of the product).

    Regardless of what nutrient line your using for “flushing” cal-mag should be a minimum & adding some PK would be beneficial.

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