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So accidentally burnt my strawberry nuggets in late flower she has around 3 weeks left 2 weeks of advanced nutrients overdrive plus bloom a and b then a week of flushingΒ 

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My question is will the buds still grow swell up if I continue the feeding scedual or am I wasting nutrients she has little to no fan leafs left but plenty of unaffected sugar leafsΒ 

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@drevol Yer you should still keep feeding mate, but of course do it at a lower dose so you don't burn her again. Why do you have so few fan leaves? They fell off due to over feeding too? Easy to do with advanced nuits, they are very strong and very salty.Β 

But yes, keep feeding until flush time, you're close to the end now at least and can learn from these errors and try again next time. The buds should be fine Smile

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@Macky thanks for the fast reply yeah I think I may of double dosed part b when mixing a feed I was stoned and got distracted I need to start writing stuff down again one quick mistake and it all goes tits up I'll continue with feeds and see what happensΒ 

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@DrEvol any chance you can post a pic?Β  That might a little more. Like Macky said, plants still need lots of nutrition at this point. If you have not locked out other nutrients by overdoing it, then you can turn up the light intensity (and water content), assuming it is not already too high, because that causes plants to use more nutrients. However, let me caution you here because it could make things worse if some nutrients are locked out or you over heat or over dry your plants.Β  I'm just trying to help, but this is a tricky situation and I want to make sure you understand the risks of bumping up light intensity.Β 

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@im_sparky the light I'm using is a ts1000 running at 75% started at 50% and slowly bumped it over time I did try 100% at one point and it fried my forbidden runts over night so it's been a steady 75% sinceΒ  light scedual is 12/12 I introduced them to the sun last week when I was having a bbq then the next day my strawberry nuggets was fried but I did give her a feed why she was sun bathing and like I said I got distracted with the bbq and grandkids needing my attention so I think I may of double dosed her the next day I ran 20 litres of water through the pot it's about 1.5 litres any way here's some pics

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@drevol Ahhhh........ OK, so are you for certain you incorrectly mixed your nutrients and burned them?Β  The reason I ask is that taking a plant from a tent with good, balanced grow conditions and then suddenly putting them in a new and different environment outside is a recipe for disaster. A lot of people think this is about change in light, and for some plants it is, but cannabis can handle very high levels of light if the conditions are right.Β  The big issue here, I am willing to bet, is that there wasΒ  dramatic change in RH and possibly temp, too.Β  A sudden change to a lower RH can cause cannabis plants to crash hard and dry out, and it looks exactly like these photos. Plant's have pores called stomata, and one of their functions is to regulate moisture content.Β  They cannot act instantly (open/close), so if they are put into a suddenly dry environment, the plants literally dry out, even if the soil is moist, causing tissue damage. Keep in mind, other things can cause the same appearance as this, too, but given the timing with the move, I'm betting that's it.

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@im_sparky I wasn't aware of this I will do some research tonight do u know of any websites I can use to study up on this

Also a quick question I have some ladies out side now they get sun from 8am untill 5 pm I have started bringing them in doors and putting them in the grow box for extra lighting when the weather is shit and during the nightΒ  is this a bad idea should I just leave them be outside I don't wanna fuck these up it's my first time growing outdoorsΒ 

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@drevol I don't know of specific website that covers this kind of stuff.Β  Maybe a some sort of a gardening basics book?Β  You can absolutely move plants back and forth, although it is a lot of work. In fact, that is what "hardening off" of seedlings is about so they can gradually get used to the outdoors after germinating. However, you just have to make sure you don't give them big changes all at once. Hope that helps!

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@drevol Something to consider when moving plants is this: If you've ever moved a pot plant inside and seen it move to face the window you will see that plants spend energy to situate themselves in the best position for light. We recently moved a fern into our bedroom and I've been watching it shift itself to have its leaves face the glass sliding doors over the past week.Β 

Imagine how much energy it takes to do that. Plants never get moved in nature. There is a pretty solid argument to say that constantly moving them will hinder their growth as they need to use energy to move rather than putting that energy into growing.Β 

I would also be pretty concerned that you're opening your plants up to pests. You collect the pests outside, where there are natural predators and lots of wind and variables that will harm them and then bringing them into your tent where you've only really got some wind movement to fight the pests. It might work out that pests won't be an issue but it's worth having a think about.Β 

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@Brownthumb thanks for the info mate something to considerΒ 

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