how long can i VEG an AUTOFLOWERING plant

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by 123ash321, Nov 1, 2009.

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    123ash321

    123ash321 Member

    i am growing 'easy bud' and 'quick one' both autoflowering plants,,, how long can i veg them before flowering.. i assumed they would AUTO start on their own regardless?????? help please on this ??????

    if this is so it would b nice to veg a big mother of eack to snip n clip...


    peace
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    anberlinaddict

    anberlinaddict Well-Known Member

    lol sorry but this question is kind of funny. I mean really dude are u stoned? haha

    its an AUTO-flowering plant so OBVIOUSLY you have no control over when it starts flowering.
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    123ash321

    123ash321 Member

    im going by what someone else has told me through another thread... hens the question.... n ye dude always, y the f^^^ aren't u =P
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    racerboy71

    racerboy71 bud bootlegger

    yah.. that is the idea of auto strains.. they start to flower by age and not by the amount of light that they recieve like most pot plants... you can leave them under twenty four hours of light a day and i think when they get to be about three weeks old or so they will automatically go into flower.. you don't have to change the lights to twelve/twelve or anything... and i don't think that you are going to be able to grow an auto monster as what plant will truely get huge after only three weeks growth from seed?
    best of luck with your grow
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    WhiteWiddow

    WhiteWiddow Active Member

    its gonna flower on its own...auto flowers cant be cloned so you wont have a mother...2004 is a recomended light cycle for autoflowers...i hava a shortryder in with my kush plants check it out if you'd like the link is in my sig. you might get some good autoflower answers there and i can help you out
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    123ash321

    123ash321 Member

    cheers dude, il bare everything in mind and do my best with getting some good healthy plants...

    ???CAN I CROP/CLONE THESE PLANTS.. IF SO AT WHAT POINT

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