Testing my skills with "Mary Jane" 4

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So...it is more than one month from my last post. During that time, plant started to go into the end of flowering season. It's relatively normal for leaves to start turning yellow towards the end of your flowering cycle as the plant becomes nitrogen deficient.


Maybe you can not see that on this photo, because I am cleaning the plant every day - putting those yellow leaves into the pot, so they do not go to waste. Well, they will serve as fertilizer for the plant in its ending phase.


So Mary Jane went through those ... I would say 4-5 months period without any bigger disease. Here and there I saw little brown dots, but that was all. Maybe bigger problem can be small maggots and leaf louses. Well, I got small problem with those at the moment. Cleaning them from the plant every day. Louses look like they are dead - sticked to the leaves because of of the oil. Or maybe they are just high as hell :D


In every way...I think there are around 3-4 weeks left until the harvest. And curing.


Oh, and I am still looking for the best way to cure the plant. If you got any idea, or you know from your own experience what is the best way to do that...please put that in a comment below ;)


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Made sure I gotcha 100% upvote since its your first post in as while.

Id reccommend just hanging them on coat hangers if you have nothing else, empty a closet and use old coat hangers to hang those stocks on


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wow, that's pretty interesting way to do that. And not really hard as we all have those items at home. Thanks

Found on this article. Just the picture is the main topic for the Coat Hanger Curing.

https://www.perfectgrower.com/knowledge/knowledge-base/how-do-you-harvest-cannabis/


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