Amen to that brother!
I like the idea - I don’t care for the process by which it does it!
Amen to that brother!
That’s really odd dude, there’s got to be something that stressed them out to cause that if you see pistils already.
I haven’t been keeping up with my journal or anyone else’s cause I’ve been busy and I was down for almost 2 weeks with Covid, but there’s got to be a reason they got stressed. Any chance you fed them too heavy?
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Your plants look beautiful brother! Idk what I could of done to stress them. I’m not questioning your advice but I think I need a little more experience in the autos before I try transplanting again.
I hear you dude, maybe give a round a shot starting them in the final pot and see how you make out. Just for future reference, this is how far I let them go before I transplant.
Maybe I had to much wind blowing on them. I like how you turn your fan, going to use that one next run of seedlings
Yeah, I found that having it aimed at the tent wall makes the leaves move gently but doesn’t cause any wind burn.
Here’s what I got so far lol. I guess I’ll do my best to start LST tomorrow. The Tangerine Dream looks the best out of the four. This is 2 days after transplant.
I’ll grab @Fiz for her opinion. I’d keep them always - but I have a high plant limit. Fiz has had lots of early flowerers. I feel I can trust her eyes to help assess whether something is too tiny to be worthwhile.
I don’t think that poor girl will amount to much
Hi! I had one that bloomed at 16 days. She ended up producing a bit over 2 oz. They look healthy and happy to me, even if they are in a rush.
Me? I’d raise them. Give them a little to recover from transplant.
That’s a tough call dude, but I’d always rather keep them unless it looks like a total lost cause. You can be fairly certain none of them are going to grow very big, but that’s not the worst thing in the world unless your goal is specifically to have huge autos with monster yields.
The couple of autos that I’ve stunted over the years all had a few things in common. Obviously they stay small, but they also get to focus all their resources on a much smaller plant, so they produce an awesome main cola that usually turns out to be great smoke. I’d suggest you stop any and all training with them, no more stress, and keep in mind they’re going to require far less nutrients than a bigger full size auto.