Red Spots On Leaves And Leaf Tips Curling upwards

Allbr

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If it's a regular feminized seed then it's not done you have a problem somewhere.
If it's a aotoflower almost 15 weeks it's definitely finished
 

Allbr

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I don’t think it’s finished at week 5
said it's a AUTO-FLOWER they start flowering almost right away from seed that's the whole point LoL they flower in 24/7 light no need for the 12/12 flip also, seed to harvest In 10-12-15 weeks depending on the strain
 

Allbr

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Google ""how long does it take from seed to harvest with auto-flower"" 8-12weeks from seed 24hrs light.
I don't think you know the difference between a feminized seed and auto-flower LOL.
Not trying to be rude but I've grown several auto's seed to harvest usually 10-12 weeks
 
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Yungtune

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Google ""how long does it take from seed to harvest with auto-flower"" 8-12weeks from seed 24hrs light.
I don't think you know the difference between a feminized seed and auto-flower LOL.
Not trying to be rude but I've grown several auto's seed to harvest usually 10-12 weeks
It’s not on 24 hour light
 

Phabio007

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Allbr they do not start flowering immediately, most start flowering 3-4 weeks in.

The point of an autoflower is that you don't have to swap light schedules, and they flower themselves. It has nothing to do with flowering immediately.
 

Yungtune

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Allbr they do not start flowering immediately, most start flowering 3-4 weeks in.

The point of an autoflower is that you don't have to swap light schedules, and they flower themselves. It has nothing to do with flowering immediately.
yea my girl didnt start until mid week 7 veg
 

Phabio007

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yea my girl didnt start until mid week 7 veg
You can only really tell by looking at your trichomes buddy. Get a jewler's loupe or something similar and if you have white trichomes with some ambers mixed in you're good to chop. Some wait for more amber some less, that's up to you.


I use this and it works fine
 

Phabio007

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It's going to be very hard to tell with your camera. It's impossible to see with the naked eye. I'd be hard pressed to say you need to wait much longer, but if you do it's not long. Try and get a loupe or something similar that way you can tell for sure. You want this kind of view, close enough to see them individually.
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Yungtune

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It's going to be very hard to tell with your camera. It's impossible to see with the naked eye. I'd be hard pressed to say you need to wait much longer, but if you do it's not long. Try and get a loupe or something similar that way you can tell for sure. You want this kind of view, close enough to see them individually.
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im using a 5x loupe bad chocie?
 

Phabio007

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Yeah you're going to want something that has at least 30 times magnification, and that's a minimum. I can barely see what I need with that.
 
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