That last photo is up-to-date I just took it. My friend he had for autos and I took a sprouted them killed one here we are 3 weeks later.
This is my first experience with autos. I have only given them one milliliter as opposed to for milliliter as per instruction. Another word it’s a hydro system and full grown plants require 4 milliliters per liter. I am only giving them one bit earlier because someone told me they were sensitive to fertilizer is this true does anyone know if I’m doing the right things they look okay
your tent looks nice and green and full. personally i have no clue as to nutrients as im a miracle grow user. lots of others on here will be by shortly to help you better. @Nicky @MeEasy @Mark0427 any help here?
The auto’s I’ve grown in hydro I used GH products; full line up; at full strength an they turned out great. Last one was a G.G. didn’t weigh it but I got 11 full quarts after the cure. Also fimmed them and LST’d the crap out of all of them
Yes. Now that they r doing good bump up the feed to 2 ml if all goes well bump it to 3ml and so on yil full strength. Me id go from 1 to 3 and see what it does if at most ull get a slight tip burn if any
Pics with camera flash are always a plus too. More accurate on leaf colors and all
The white tips are yellow tips I’m getting with 1 milliliter per liter. It asks for 4 ml per liter should I go ahead and go full strength?
I don’t know if it helps but chip-on-board is on
Is there a such thing as instant message on this
I am so new at this and I don’t know anyone in the town I just moved to so I have no idea whether I doing it right or not I just looked online and if the pictures look like my that that’s what I aim 4 and I try to hit that mark.
ya i wish there was. im all for increasing my contact list. i know we aren’t supposed to share personal info but maybe the people who run this site can shed some light on this. @Covertgrower ? are email addresses ok to post ?
Personal exchange of personal information is against community guidelines. @FullyMedicated
I usually back off on the nutes when my tips start to yellow. I use that as my warning signal.