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White Widow, Sour Diesel, and Carmelicious Auto Grow

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by AMgrowing, Nov 29, 2017.

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    AMgrowing

    AMgrowing Member

    I'm starting a journal for this auto plant grow. This is my 2nd grow. I planted 5 white widow, 2 sour diesel, and 2 carmelicious.

    •5 gallon pots
    •Fox Farm soil
    •4x4 tent
    •600w hps
    •18/6 light
    •I'm also using an oil filled heater for this grow because of the cold weather where I am.

    Here are some pictures from about 2 weeks after I first planted them. I planted some seeds a few days apart, that's why some are smaller than others. Gonna post weekly with updates to get feedback to help me on this grow.

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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Your grow is off to a good start plants look good
     
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    AMgrowing

    AMgrowing Member

    UPDATE
    Week 3: Plants are doing good, no problems yet. I decided to LST one of the white widows. It was the biggest one, healthy, and had it first 2 sets of true leaves. This is my first time using LST method, so any advice on it would be helpful. Does anyone know when I should start giving them nutrients too? I know the soil already had nutrients in it, so it should be pretty soon.
     

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    ScoobyDoo90

    ScoobyDoo90 Active Member

    wanted to test out WWMax Auto but went with all Carmelicious, their week 6 right now,
     

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    AMgrowing

    AMgrowing Member

    UPDATE
    It looks like I'm getting some problems. The leaves are starting to claw down and it's getting worse on some. Some of the leaves on the sour diesels looks like the ends are kinda shriveling up weird too. I haven't given them any nutrients yet. So the only thing I could think of is overwatering or the fan I have blowing on them. I seem to always have a problem with my leaves curling down, getting really frustrating. Anyone know what I should do?
     

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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Could be time to start feeding. I feed mine by week 1 using FF soil @25%
     
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    AMgrowing

    AMgrowing Member

    Ok thanks! I just fed them for the first time at 1/4 recommended dose. Their probably 3 and a half weeks old.
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Ck my 1st grow out I'm about 2 to 3 weeks from harvest
     

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