Is there any kind of guide to fertilizing the autos and what kind of percentage of NPK they like?


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A customer has a question or concerns and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks.

One thing however I would like to ask,
is that you separate autos from regulars when
you’re explaining your tips.
I’ve had; and love autos for six years. I’ve gotten
pretty good with them (the hard way), but is there any kind
of guide to fertilizing the autos and what kind
of percentage of NPK they like? Can you recommend
a brand and dose of nutrients?

Also tips like potting- up; they hate it. So I now grow
them in a 5gal. bucket right from the start.
I have figured out a way to water them so the
Water and nutrients do not build up at the bottom.

I use Black Gold soil as recommended by my local
Nursery, but I’m not sure I shouldn’t try something
Else?

I have figured out that about 40% of the seeds will
Just not grow well with the exact treatments. Even
If they are the same type from the same packet.
This seems like allot! Some have yielded 3 or more
OZs and are of the same strain of others that just
peter out. So does this seem like the norm with autos?

I should mention my growing room is a small bedroom
In my house, with two tents in it. Each tent has six T5
Fluorescent lights and I can turn them on and of by 2.
I heat or cool and control the humidity in the whole room.
Then I can regulate the temperature in each tent individually
By opening or closing the doors and adjusting the fans
And lights.


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In my experience you need to learn how to read a plant when dealing with autos they will start to flower early say around week 3 and flower
nutrients should be introduced at this time
If using a good quality soil that has nutrients you can hold off on feeding until flower in a soil like ffof


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