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Do Auto flowers strains grow well outdoors?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Growing' started by MynamewouldbeJosh420, Jan 10, 2017.

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Do autoflower grow well outdoors

  1. Yes

    7 vote(s)
    58.3%
  2. No

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  3. Not as well as indoors

    2 vote(s)
    16.7%
  4. Better than indoors

    2 vote(s)
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  5. Equally as good as indoors

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    MynamewouldbeJosh420

    MynamewouldbeJosh420 Active Member

    Do Auto flowers strains grow well outdoors?
     
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    bi polar express

    bi polar express Well-Known Member

    Depends on what you mean by wellXD
     
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    BushMaster15

    BushMaster15 Well-Known Member

    In my experiences with autos, you're better off growing them indoors. Too many variables that could stunt their growth.
     
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    eddy600

    eddy600 Well-Known Member

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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    @TWS would know
     
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    Tupapa

    Tupapa Well-Known Member

    Imo yes, depending on strain and conditions.
     
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    BcDigger

    BcDigger Well-Known Member

    I start mine inside then put them outdoors. They do fine I average 1oz each.
     
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    MichiganMedGrower

    MichiganMedGrower Well-Known Member

    I thought Auto's were originally bred to add a mid season harvest to outdoor farms.
     
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    BcDigger

    BcDigger Well-Known Member

    Autos are weird but I run them as a novelty for early personal smoke, wouldn't trust them for any kind of crop.
     
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    eddy600

    eddy600 Well-Known Member

    The T dub special is the hottest auto flowering strain going,He has an exclusive marketing deal set up with a Chinese seed bank JahWoo seeds.
     
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    TWS

    TWS Well-Known Member

    "Upside down Vns " buy one pack get 10 free .
     
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    MynamewouldbeJosh420

    MynamewouldbeJosh420 Active Member

    That's what I thought too but I wasn't sure so I figured I'd ask RIU.

    I am thinking if I do any I will start them around April 7th indoors and run them for 4 weeks indoors, than switch them outside and see how they do...if they start to die, as some people have said, Ill bring them back inside.

    It won't hurt to add them I can legally have six flowering:blsmoke:, but they will be done flowering before the photos start. Also planning to start some photos in second week of March and veg them until 3rd week of May or so, than put them outside already huge in 25 gallon pots.

    Gonna use FFOF along with some organic compost containing chicken poo and other organic waste, Dolomite Lime, and extra perlite. I will be starting a grow journal in 3 weeks as im also doing an indoor grow with 600watt:mrgreen:
     
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    MichiganMedGrower

    MichiganMedGrower Well-Known Member

    Cool. I will check it out.

    Don't forget to harden off those young plants to the sun a little at a time. Or just sprout outside later.

    Good luck
     
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    backtracker

    backtracker Well-Known Member

    start them in June so they get more veg time that way they get some size but if they are started early spring they don't do much. .
     
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    MichiganMedGrower

    MichiganMedGrower Well-Known Member

    Won't matter with autos. They flower on an internal clock. Not change of season or light cycle.
     
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    MynamewouldbeJosh420

    MynamewouldbeJosh420 Active Member

    Any site best for getting autos?
     
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    BcDigger

    BcDigger Well-Known Member

    I get mine from cropkingseeds.com
     
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    BcDigger

    BcDigger Well-Known Member

    Their site looks like shit right now and it looks as if their beans have doubled in price from when I last ordered.
     
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    BcDigger

    BcDigger Well-Known Member

    Try northern lights by royal queen on herbies
     
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    Sir72

    Sir72 Well-Known Member

    They do great outdoors, just make sure don't put them out too early any cold will stunt them. Also use a very light mix with a good bit of perlite to maximize their growth in the veg phase.
     

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