Why is Bruce Banner Auto always a drama queen?

Every time i tried to grow this strain from ILGM she is the only one always being a drama queen.
What gives?

Week 7 from seed
Ending 2nd week of flower

Organic super soil mix with Earth Dust amendments.
Also using recharge, aloe drench, molasses and different kinds of SST’s.

Water with carbon filtered water
PH is usually 6.4-7.6 sometimes I PH the water when its above 8
Water every 2-3 days until i feel the bottom wet, usually about .5-1 gallon.

Under a 650w full spec led
650-800 ppfd 40-45 dli

Lights on
VPD 1.2-1.35
Temp 71-76 Rh 50-58

Lights off
VPD .8-1

To me she is looking like she is overwatered or the light is to strong.

1 Like

I feel like even though you can buy the same strain, every grow room is different and every grower is different. This happens to everyone at some point I think. You might have to triple check your parameters or move on to something else.

1 Like

It might also just be a pheno type. I have 6 of the same plants going and this one, only one, looks weak, thin, and in need of some help. I’m just gonna grow it out anyways.

1 Like

I always to seem to have one PITA type plant. Always nicknamed Gary after my cat. But those challenging plants really helped me to become a better grower.

Hoppy grows! :rabbit2:

1 Like

@Fewshin @JaneQP I guess there is always that one plant that likes to keep us on our toes…gave her a aloe drench with some elemental and moved the light up about 10" next day she was back to normal. Appreciate the input!!!

1 Like

Kinda had the same thing with 2 different strains. I, for some reason, had troubles with Banana kush auto from ILGM and Night Queen from Dutch passion. Both seemed to go into flower then just went catatonic.

I just started 4 B. Banners’ and at two and a half weeks they are off to the races. Out of 4 Blue Cheese, one never popped, and another looks like it got stuck in a temporal anomaly. 4 of 4 Banana kush, no problems. 2nd grow. All b’s, how did I do that? 3rd grow, all c’s?

1 Like

Honestly from the few grows that I have under my belt I have learned that buying actual seeds from well known breeders makes a world of difference. The only plants that show deficiencies or issues have all been from ILGM for all my grows. I have switched to NASC and find the consistency and quantity to be on point every single time. I’m currently growing the last set of ILGM SuperAuto mix. Good luck on your grow!!

One of my Bruce Banner autos is looking weird. Like it’s giving me the finger. On the next set of leaves the opposite is happening.

Compared to the normal one. Same soil etc.

Did they really use Gama rays? I think mutations are cool. I think I’ll make this variety one of my first indoor photos. Something positive could happen and I would have the mother plant responsible.

1 Like

@Gooch99 your girls are looking great I see nothing wrong!