Many of you are growing outside and you may have noticed that your plants have stopped growing taller and larger as quickly as they were and are flowering.
I have several suggestions about this:
First make sure that your plants are all female, if they have any male flowers on them, the entire plant should be removed because it is inevitable that if you leave the plants in the garden and try to pick off the flowers, you will miss some of the male flowers and they will pollinate the females, ruining your sinsimilla.
Secondly, if you haven’t already done it, change the fertilizer formula to one that has little or no nitrogen. This way, the plants will use the nitrogen from the fan leaves resulting in less manicuring and a smoother smoke. Instead, use a fertilizer high in phosphorous ad potassium, you can tell the percentages of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium on the fertilizer packages because those 3 numbers are always listed in the same order, nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P), potassium (K)