I’ve set myself to watch to see whatcha got going on.
Believe me I had no intention of running autos. They shipped them to me accidentally. They made it all good and sent me the NL photos but I had already dropped the other seeds that I intended to grow. Even though the bud sites are stacking nicely they don’t appear to me to be filling out quite as much as I would like. It’s still early so we’ll see.
My first grow was gifted a few ww autos needless to say it was brutal but a good learning experience, photos forever here😉
Didn’t realize you weren’t already here. I’m Just here doing my best. Thanks for jumping on.
their looking great @Bulldognuts
Looking great dog!
You got some monsters Brother!!
Looking awesome Bulldog!!
Did you top your autos or is that natural?
Looking good bro. They’re growing fast and looking healthy.
Nope, didn’t top the auto. I wait until I get 5 sets of nodes and bend them over and tie them down. Went ahead and topped the photos and did the same way. This keeps the the height down.
Skywalkers are really stretching. Flipped lights last weekend and they are growing like crazy. I just checked them this morning and will have to raise lights before I go to work tonight.
They look like they’re on a roll! That’s a great thing! You back on nights and work kinda back to normal? I’ve been crazy busy and haven’t been on here in about a week.
Yep, working nights and have worked the last 2 Sundays. Hard to turn down double time.
Absolutely get while it’s available!
@Budzbunny here’s my journal.
How big of container do you grow in?,
I’ve got the autos in 5 gallon pots. I probably would have transplanted to 7 if they hadn’t started flower when they did. I transplanted the photos to 7 gallon right before I flipped lights.
Hey now, @Fergus
I’m so lazy, I haven’t moved the lights the whole grow, I just bend those ladies, where they needed to be bent, to maintain the canopy, now they’re flowering, I’ll remove the milk crates, then slowly raise lights as needed. I keep 2nd guessing myself, cause this is my 1st harvest, then I remember @QueenCityB’s wise words;
Steady the ship.
Patience will be rewarded,
as it so often is my friend