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#21 fungi2bwith



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Posted 12 February 2017 - 04:56 PM

Fungi, nice grow
I'm very new to growing cannabus. My first purchase of seeds
Was a blueberry auto. My thought at the time was it would finish
early for an outdoor grow. Now that I have a little more exsperience
I decided to grow one inside with more control over the grow process.
What I think the positives of autos is they are small and for many growers
this is a plus if you have a very limited grow area. The other is they
finish faster and you can get away with just one type of light.
I'm excited to grow this indoors with LOw Stress Training



   I completely agree. Although, indoor or outdoor, I imagine it would finish in the same amount of time. But I think indoors is best for autos, as they are easy targets for deer and other animals that might like to indulge.

  They are also great, as you say, for a limited grow space.  I find them to be quite easy to grow, easy enough for even the most dense novice. All I really did was set my timer on my light to 20 hours on, 4 off and water it. It was fed roughly 3-4 times throughout the whole grow....

   To be honest, I didn't think I was going to pull as much as I did off her. I figured maybe an oz. She surprised me.

  I am partial to my regular seeds and will most likely stick to those. This was just a trial.

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Posted 12 February 2017 - 06:32 PM

When I planted this this strain outside last year, it was my maiden voyage
for growing cannabus. I agree, it will perform better in a controlled environment.
It is very dry where I live and that didn't help either.
After learning a bit I've come to the conclusion that I will only purchase
Feminine seeds that are photo period seeds.
Going cheep for both sex seeds is an investment in using up my
growing medium and time wasted in taking care of something that
ends up in the garbage.
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