Autoflowers indoor - It really is that simple

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by HighLowGrow, Sep 13, 2016.

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    710revolution

    710revolution Member

    Maybe the roots will braid and twist. Then the tops will be a mess of two phenos fighting for light lol. So you may not be too far off on that.
     
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    bullSnot

    bullSnot Active Member

    it all starts with a good seed and genetics...alot of BS Auto seeds are sold..you can't make apple pie from cow dung.
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I just got my new fox farm soil and general hydroponics fertlizer for the k.i.s.s. grow i m starting in tonight with my smile auto...
     
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    HighLowGrow

    HighLowGrow Well-Known Member

    I would advise not to start feed until a week after pistils start to show. FFOF will take you through the veg stage no problem.
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    Do you skip every other watering with the fertlizer and water. I plan on waiting 4 weeks before I start my fertlizer. ...
     
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    HighLowGrow

    HighLowGrow Well-Known Member

    4 weeks is about right to start the nutes with FFOF. At this point I water with nutes every watering.
     
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    miketaco

    miketaco Well-Known Member

    they will turn out great ive did 2 gal autos FFOF with no nutes just pure water all the way threw the homies commented on how clean and smooth the hits was i would def recommend 3 gals they are a great option for autos... but since u got so much going on it will fill up nice depending on ur strains
    http://rollitup.org/t/dutch-passion-blueberry-auto-bonza.927437/
     
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    Poontanger

    Poontanger Well-Known Member

    Just a little update 4 U H.L.G, heres the little girl @ day 77, i think shes got a way to go yet, so much 4 an 80 day auto , cheers

    Poon
     

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    freddfish

    freddfish Active Member

    Just getting started, maybe 4 successful grows, but the last two I used a lighted magnifying glass, maybe 30x, and just waited until the trichones looked right. I figure that is the plant telling me that it's harvest time. It's still KISS though...and it's nice to catch that sweet spot between not ready and too ready.

    Wtf...if I can do it, you guys sure as hell can, and probably better.
     
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    Muchakinock

    Muchakinock Well-Known Member

    I love the k.i.s.s growing method.I and lots of others probably try to hard. Thanks for the k.i.s.s growing method I m using it now in 2 gallon pots.
     
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    Johnhorror

    Johnhorror Member

    Hmmmm..... running autos at 12/12 not a good idea buddy, also he didn't say his temps are always at 110 A real grower recognizes the problem and comes up with solution he did buy water and more while temps were high and it worked for him. remember everybody has their own way and own method and things that work for them
     
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    Yodaweed

    Yodaweed Well-Known Member

    Who said anything about running auto's 12/12 i was talking about growing photo's , much cheaper and you get more weight for your time and money. Not to mention they are more potent (ruderalis lowers potency) and you can keep the standouts instead of rolling the dice every time and praying for the best.
     
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    Johnhorror

    Johnhorror Member

    I Stand corrected, I read the auto part wrong I myself would like to grow autos, however some people don't have the room. as for ruderalis I love them they taste good and I don't get me to messed up where I can't function ....but, I love the mass I get from photos also I just put my autos in my veg room
     
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    HighLowGrow

    HighLowGrow Well-Known Member

    These are some of my BKR f4s. Lime greens and greens.

    FYI - the 600 was unplugged for roughly 22 hrs. It's cold and rainy. I was asked about temps getting too low and how bad it affects the plants. It doesn't in short bursts.

    This was before lights out. About 70 degrees yesterday.

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    And 22 hrs of cold later. This is why I often tell people to stop listening to 75% of what you hear.

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    Damn I might change the light schedule to 24/0 for 6 days and turn it off for a day and drop the temps. LOL. Kidding but you get the point. It's not that critical.

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    AdrianG

    AdrianG Member

    Fuck dude, those are some big autos.
    I'm going to have to try your method.
    I always ran autos at 18/6.
     
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    Poontanger

    Poontanger Well-Known Member

    If U consider a dark period is best , have a think about 7-1 = 21 light & 3 dark in a 24 hour cycle , works well, also helps with stabilising temps
     
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    1973knucklehead

    1973knucklehead New Member

    what are the advantages/disavantags of this?
     
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    Yodaweed

    Yodaweed Well-Known Member

    Those got some type of either heat issue or over nuting, see how the edges look so harsh and ruffled , that's the sign they are unhappy.
     
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    HighLowGrow

    HighLowGrow Well-Known Member

    You are 100% wrong again. Temps are cold and no nutes yet. Now what? Again you look like an idiot. Do you read anything or do you just throw shit and see if it sticks? Lmfao. Good guess though.
     
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    Johnhorror

    Johnhorror Member

    He was definitely right about the Unhappy part your plants don't look well, I would comment on what I think causes might be but seems you have it figured out
     

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