yea cracks of light are not good. like i said my bagseed grow could have went for 75 to 80 days depending on what kind of high you are looking for. do you have a microscope to check the trichomes when the time comes? you can get one at radio shack for $10.sicnarf said:Yes, T.B. Grunt very good insight. My closet is not 100% light proof IMO. But it's nearly light proof. I stood in it and could not even see the plant though it was right under my nose! I did see cracks of light along the seams of the door tracks. It is bag seed! I hope it don't take that long:?
Hey sicnarf, you can very gently bend the top of the plant into a "Bow" and secure it to it's own stalk. Each day, bend it just a tad more until you have it as low as you need it. This "late" LST won't slow the plant down noticably, and won't require much healing. I've had to do this many times with fast growing stems in late flowering indoors.sicnarf said:sup Mutt, jump in anytime bro! I think it is stavia. If I top it won't it want to repair itself, thus slowing the flowering time down? Heh, I almost just want to start over, but I've put some much care into this that I can't stop. Any suggestions to seal my closet from light and still have it venting properly? These cracks in my closet don't "shine" light in. It just looks like it glows. I have my bedroom window masked off with a sheet, so not much light is gettting in the room at all.