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Intense Nutrients

Support forum for the Intense Nutrients range


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      Week 4 flower   Dooohhhh      Gone Hermie on me! Showing now signs of stress and no environmental stresses or light leaks. She has suffered a split stem and cable ties digging into stem for repair. I'm taking responsibility but might be worth noting for you guys @Sweet Seeds Apolo
    • the rambler
      A few random bits n bobs from I side the green house tomoates,  and runnersbeans looking massive.   first year of So I g the runners as well as my lettuce spinach and broccoli  
    • ocb
      I'm sure everyone has their own preferences. Personally I top it at about the 3rd or 4th node and tie it down..then top the heads again once they grow up a bit..get her in the ground and let her get bigger..then before she goes into flower, open her up. Either by using canes or twine. This allows the light to penetrate into the middle but also improves airflow so that as @Exile420 pointed out, the plant doesn't retain moisture and turn to mush..peace