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Maui Wowie

Spring 2023

One Maui Wowie Plant in a 5 gallon bucket with holes drilled. With a 105 watt light

Maui Wowie (ILGM)

Day 79 (Week 12)

Flower

Flowering

16 updates

46 photos

Day: 79

Flower
+2

Buds looking good to me. Need some help on determining how long until they are ready. In a couple days this will be her 6th week flowering. Ive read to give it 8-9 weeks but wanted to get some of y’all’s advice.

a year ago

Day: 54

Flower
+2

Week 2 of flowering today. It’s looking good to me. I haven’t added any nutrients and I haven’t pruned any leaves so we’ll see how it goes. If y’all have any advice on anything you see feel free to comment. Thanks

a year ago

organic_grower

organic_grower Your plants looks really nice!! You could definitely trim that bottom up and send some of that energy up. But it's totally your preference. Anyways keep doing what your doing 👊

Day: 31

Some of the roots started to poke out the bottom holes. So I cut off the bottom and added it on top of a second 5 gal bucket full of soil to make a tall 10 gal pot. Some of the leaves were turning yellow but I’m thinking with the room to stretch she’ll start to look pretty healthy soon. She is on her 10th node working on the 11th

a year ago

Day: 23

+1

She’s looking strong. Has 8 nodes and working on her 9th. Does it seem like the nodes are close together for being a sativa? Everything I’ve read has told me that they would be spaced out and that Inndicas are the type to be closer. Just being curious and trying to learn as much as possible.

a year ago

Day: 20

+1

Looks good to me. She’s about 6 in tall

a year ago

Day: 17

I did not expect this plant to grow on top of itself like it has. This is my first time growing so I’m trying to minimize my risk but does anyone think I should prune this up? Or should I just leave it? Gained a little bit on height it’s sitting at a little about 5 inches.

a year ago

Secman

Secman Just let her do her thing

SoupKitchen

SoupKitchen Yeah that’s what I was thinking. Thanks

Caliban

Caliban Let her go! Those leaves are fuel! Top her then defoliate a week before flower and then again 2 weeks after flower starts. That’s my advice.

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Day: 15

+1

It looks like she’s going to pull through. Thanks to all that helped out with the reply’s. Does this plant look shorter than normal? It’s sitting at 4 in. I’m glad she made it

a year ago

ZaddyXL

ZaddyXL Hell yeah! And I think she looks a little short, but I’ve only done two grows and this is my first auto. But she Deff looks like she’s going to be bushy, know how to lst?

Day: 12

Bad news my dog tried to hide her bone in the soil and uprooted the plant. Does anyone have any advice on keeping it alive? I think a lot of the roots got snapped but I tried to move it back as gentle as possible. If anyone has any advice much would be appreciated.

a year ago

Godsproblem

Godsproblem Just add some micorrhizae to the root area add some dirt over it and water.

WolfBud

WolfBud Increase humidity.. add very lite worm castings .. hopefully she will respond

harem_king

harem_king ok so treat your plant as a clone. water them with water + Calmag @Ph5.5-5.6 no fertelizer(the roots cannot handle it yet,it will dry up if the roots is too small for the fertilizer.)

Day: 10

+2

It looks like the light being too close was the culprit for the burns on the second pair of true leaves. All new growth is looking good and un-burned

a year ago

ZaddyXL

ZaddyXL Good job! New growth looking proper and happy

Day: 8

+2

Lots of growth. The second pair of true leaves seems like the have gotten burned at the tips. I hope it was just because I had my light too close. Moved the light back a good bit and hopefully we can see some good non-burned growth this week.

a year ago

ZaddyXL

ZaddyXL Leaves look a lot more relaxed! Shows progress, and the new leaves look relaxed but perky, that’s a good sign. Make sure to adjust the light height with the new growth!

Day: 6

+2

Lots of new growth. But for some reason first pair of true leaves are starting to curl in. If anyone has any advice much would be appreciated.

a year ago

bozwellington Could be your soil or more likely your water source has a lot of chlorine

ZaddyXL

ZaddyXL Usually curling means drying of some sort like from the light being too strong, but I’m pretty new so if your water and chlorine isn’t a problem, check your lights and temps

combatmedic81

combatmedic81 What’s the temp and humidity

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Day: 5

Looking good for being day 5

a year ago

Day: 4

Next set of true leaves starting to pop up

a year ago

loudpak23 When do you start to give nutrients

SoupKitchen

SoupKitchen No idea this is my first grow

SoupKitchen

SoupKitchen I’m just hoping for the best and learning as I go

Day: 3

Transplanted from a smaller container to a 5 gal bucket

a year ago

Day: 2

Growing quick

a year ago

Day: 1

Fist day out of the soil.

a year ago