Thought I’d share


#1

Here as picture of my autos earliest is about four week lates is six. Give or take a week. I’m always talking to them so I lose track! Is hard to get a decent picture. Still need with this phone There is one in there I tied sown trying something different but I missed the picture. I will add more as I go along. lol. image|374x500

shoot hermi so got them isolated gonna try to turn them male get some pollen


#2

Looks really good. Great job!!!


#3

Thank you kindly


#4

Those are fawking beasts!!


#5

Some serious autos lol. Thank you


#6

Nice job! :+1::v::bear:


#7

Here is my dark angel who is a couple few more weeks from finish


#8

Do you know much bout hermaphroditism in autos I’m starting to think it’s a common thing 4 out of ten have turned on me


#9

I’ve never had an auto hermie on me, but I have seen it happen. It’s important to start with good genetics and not to cause too much stress :v::bear:


#10

Would super soil stress them out that’s what I’m figuring


#11

I’m not sure what’s in your super soil that would cause that kind of stress… what’s your environment like? Temps and RH?


#12

I blasted them with light and burnt them or at least hurt them via heat. It’s stuff called step well soil lots of bone meal fish and kelp oh and I believe worm casting. Gonna try some different methods in the next month or so


#13

I’d suspect light and heat stress before the super soil


#14

I’m think heat stress as well