Should I kick this autopot section off?

I agree with you fire that system up. When the leaves reach the outer edges of the pot usually they are ready to go. I think yours are more then ready. They are going to take off!

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I turn mine on about a week after transplanting from solo cup. I top water enough to get them established. Once they start to show some fast growth I turn on the system. Been working fine that way for me especially when growing autos I like to get as much done in the beginning so I don’t stress the plants too much. BTW those look like happy plants.

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Got the system fired up today. I started with 3 gallons of RO with jacks and 15ml of calmag. Within 45 minutes most of the water was gone so I made up a 2nd 3 gallon batch… My biggest fear was leaks but so far so good, everything is nice and dry.
I also chopped and hung my final 3 autos


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Nice! The trays hold a lot and the pots soak up a ton so I’m sure you are good. That will be a full tent soon enough.

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Lol, not sure why I didn’t expect that…

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Hey @Pinboy

Your tent will look like this is no time.


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I sure hope so! Nice lookin ladies you have there!

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Thanks. They flipped on 11/13.

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That’s gonna be a packed house

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Yup. 6 plants too many for me in the 5x5

Going to try 5 next and see how it goes.

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I want to thank everyone in this thread for the info., which was exactly what I needed as I am planning to do my first autopot/coco grow. It was especially helpful, because I prefer the solo cup method and plan on kicking off the grow the same way :slight_smile:

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Best of luck Rock, this place is an amazing resource. If you start a journal tag me in

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