Dark droopy leaves and no tricombs

Not sure what kind of strain, seeds fell out of past plants. Never has been healthy looking, dark green droopy leaves and no tricombs. No banana on it, hermie.?

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How about a picture in natural light?

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Strain unknown, picture was taken outside in natural light.

In addition to what @Myfriendis410 I would suggest cleaning up the inside of the plant. Anything near the stalk and below the main canopy will not get enough light to product anything of substance. Instead by cleaning this up you will send all that wasted energy and food to higher bud sites that will become harvestable. In regards to dropping - I’d guess without any more info over or under watering with over being much more common. Could also be root ball if in a plastic or clay container. I personally don’t see any pollon sacs but that’s not to say they are not present. Let us know more info and maybe a few more pics

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  • What strain, Seed bank, or bag seeds n/a
  • Method: Soil w/salt, Organic soil, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, KNForganic
  • Vessels: Pots, Grow beds, Buckets, Troths 7 gallon felt pots
  • PH of Water, Solution, runoff (if Applicable)6.7
  • PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable604
  • Indoor or Outdoor indoor tent
  • Light system 3 grow lights
  • Temps; Day, Night77-82
  • Humidity; Day, Night. 74
  • Ventilation system; Yes, No, Sizeyes, 2 fans blowing out
  • AC, Humidifier, De-humidifier, dehumidifier outside of tent
  • Co2; ?


I wanna say it looks like a hermaphrodite. I mean I DON’T, but I have to. @MattyBear @dbrn32 what do you think?

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I looked close and didn’t really see any nanners, but some don’t really look like calyx either. I’m wondering if maybe this plant revegged.


What does reveg mean?

You mean reveg? It means a plant that was in flowering stage was put back into vegetative state.

How do I correct it

You running your lights on a timer? How long is it set for?

Yes a timer. It was 18/6 but I changed it to 12/12 a few days ago.

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Are you sure it was 18/6 before? This plant has been flowering for at least a couple weeks.
Are you sure of your timer?

Possibly an auto?
I agree with the reveg, either that or it was flowering under wayyyyy too little light.

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I agree with @Drinkslinger maybe not enough wattage? It also looks like she’s getting too much nitrogen.
I think the main problem is she’s screaming for more root space.

Something not really adding up, but I can’t put my finger on exactly what.

It reminds me of my wierdo plant. It looked a lot like that

I finally had to take it before it rotted on inside only good for edibles and absolutely no bag appeal

@Bobbi - have you grown with same setup before (similar environment output) with success? Humidity seems a bit high to me - 74% rh… not to say that’s it. I’m stumped like the rest. What’s your true wattage pulled from wall?

For the record - what a huge plant man. How old is she n how often you water/nutes? She’s got a trunk in her…:sunglasses:

For sure it was on a 18/6 schedule until recently. I started the seed middle of March. Humidity is running around 49%, 3 grow lights are 300 watts each. Yes, I’ve used the same lights and set up before with a successful grow. This might be seeds from a stressed out northern lights from my first grow. I I think it’s a root problem. In our hot, humid weather…it takes 2 gallons of water 2-3 days. Lately it’s been every other day.