My first home grow

I work at a commercial grow but this is my first home grow. I’m using mother earth coco/perlite mix and have been feeding fox farm grow big and their organic mix and cal mag every other water and a foliar feed every week. My light is a Mars hydro TS 3000w LED. I also have a bucket of proco2 in the room. I’m running an 18/6 light cycle and a ppfd of about 350 average.

I am growing 4 ILGM Gorilla Glue Autoflowers and 3 ILGM Super Lemon Haze Autoflowers. I am on day 23 since everything broke soil, the lemon haze are about a day and a half behind the gorilla glue.

I have no glaring questions at the moment, just wanted to show my grow and hear any thoughts. Always open to helpful advice and tips.








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Welcome! Looks like you’re off to a great start!

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Looks fantastic! Welcome to this amazing community.

A professional grower!! I want that job! Well… maybe I don’t, but I think it sounds cool. I’ll follow along. Great start and welcome to the community!

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It has its ups and downs. I’m not a fan of working for a corporation and everything that goes with it. I have picked up a lot of knowledge and experience and met many people with loads of knowledge for advice.
Overall I get paid well to grow cannabis so I can’t hate it completely. I don’t always agree with everything but that’s why I’ve started growing at home.

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Learn everything you can about the good and the bad, It will make that much easier when you start your own business.

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Looking good in my opinion. Have some preflowers showing. Hitting week five in a few days and I expect them to start their flower stretch.







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Looking happy and healthy!

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Day 39 Pistils but no flowers yet. Are they behind? I’ve heard that sometimes even with autos you need to flip them? Should I switch to a 12/12 just in case. This is my first experience growing autoflowers.




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The longer they veg, the bigger your yield will be, Unless you’re in a hurry, or worried about running out of space, I’d let them be a while still.