Hey it looks real good to me man. If it's bad you must be hiding the bad partsBubonic Chronic said:umm, not only is this my first post, but its the first plant I've ever grown
if you want more pics to rip into me even more (cause I've seen what you all have) just ask and i'll load them up
It can depend on growing conditions or the strain.Bubonic Chronic said:the im "worried" about is i have another plant and its a lot different. It's flowering in many places, the original one that you saw, is just one stalk and one flower, the other plant has a bunch of stems leading to "pods" of flowers whats the dilly
basically leave it alone and try with like a different plant to get the hang of itColumbian Connection said:If you do want to try and transplant it you can, but if you do; try not to disturb the the root system. If you can get it out intact that would be best. If the ground is dry your chances of doing that will not be good. If the ground is slightly damp so the ground stays together would be the best. If it is to wet the ground will also crumble. If it is nor done right the plant will go into shock and might die. It will go into shock for about two or three weeks before it heals itself. If you do not disturb the root system you have a very good chance that it wont go into shock.