Im at 13 weeks with banana autoflower but cant seem to get the buds to tighten up at all using led light 75° lights on 65° lights off i am using advanced nutrience. 5 gallon pot pro mix with strawberryfields mixed in
Pics or it didn’t happen.
What are you using for lighting?
1 tent has tsw 2000 mars hydro and other tent has kind x330
From my experience Not all but some strains of autos tend to have fluffy buds. Good luck
Autos tend to be fluffy anyway and add the mars light ( i have soe so have experienced this) recipe for fluffy. Lower the lights as much as you can without burning the plant and it will maybe help. Pics would be nice.
Either of those lights should produce solid buds if there is 1 plant per light. Is this the case, or are you running multiple plants under each light?
Its 2 plants per light as soon as i figure out how to add pictures ill post them
You’ll have better luck (in terms of solid buds) if you were to run one plant per light. 150w isn’t really enough to effectively flower cannabis.
Are you using Bud Candy and Big Bud? I sometimes add blackstrap molasses to the mix as well, but as @kellydans said, sometimes they don’t wear tight genes!
Both lights are 300 watt
@Alat36 is that big bud foxtailing on you? Looks like new pistil growth on that one.
Understood. If you have 2 plants under each light it is a fair assumption that the light is far enough away to illuminate both plants. Lighting intensity decreases as a square of the distance which the light is placed away from the canopy.
Yes that is a lot of fox tailing.
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Yea seems like soon as pistols went brown they all started growing new ones …teicones are mostly 75% cloudy no amber yet
So i can assume foxtailing is bad?
Not necessarily. I get them because I flood my plants with light. I cut them off because the trichomes on the foxtails are not as mature as those on established bud. The cannabinoid content of the foxtails will be weak. A little foxtailing is actually a good thing. It implies that your plant has plenty of light.