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Thread: PIC of The Dreaded Purple Vein Sativa!

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    PIC of The Dreaded Purple Vein Sativa!

    hahahaha here it is guys ... i aint complaining i love the colour through it, it loooks awesome and reminds me why i love plants so much !
    peace guys
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    gasp! its gone nuclear! better kill it before it gets any healthier!

    love sativa bud by the way, nice pick.

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    I don't get it...why is it dreaded?

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    Do some plant types normally display a purple stem, or is your plant stressed in some way and is trying to tell you something? In my experience, a purple stem tells me I need to fix something with the grow so the plant is happier.
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    Can be caused by strains genetics, temps and nute problems.
    There's loads of 'purple' strains. (I grow Potent Purple, myself)

    Have heard of others putting their late-stage flowering 'purple' plants in front of the a/c to deepen the colors. Since wife and I are the only consumer of the end product, and I've heard it doesn't increase potency, I haven't tried. (but I will try it eventually lol)

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    Dreaded

    Just want to say I love anything that is Dreaded.

    Got to love the purple veins.
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    soo....beautiful!

    nice resolution, if i zoom i can see it ALL!

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    For me it indicates a nutrient imbalance. I've had this occur before but I didn't notice a diff. in yield. I've also grown some Afghani that produced purple buds in about 20% of the plants. Of course this had nothing to do with the veins, but thought I'd throw it in here.

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