Lowryder help?

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by DirtyDogs446, Jun 11, 2018.

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    DirtyDogs446

    DirtyDogs446 Active Member

    I'm just wondering is this plant height normal for a lowryder? I grew some royal dwarf and they just seemed alot taller. Opinions anyone
     

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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    Loweider and Dwarf plants stay small.
     
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    DirtyDogs446

    DirtyDogs446 Active Member

    Well I understand that but these barely got off the ground it was odd
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    They look like small pots and purple led. Not sure what you hoped for.
     
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    Alienwidow

    Alienwidow Well-Known Member

    I find leds grow short plants, but, dont worry, your way away from heavy flower. You may, eventually try to move leaves to let light in. Or pluck a couple from the center. Always look at the projected height w autos. Who cares though, run it and i bet youll like it. Next time use some floros to veg and see if they get more lankey if thas a goal, or theres other methods.
     
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    DirtyDogs446

    DirtyDogs446 Active Member

    Well like the royal dwarfs I just did I just wanted them off the ground that's it like these literally all the bottom leaves sit on the dirt i just wanted them off the dirt and not foe nothing everyone wants to say something about the purple lights but off one royal dwarf autos I got 55g tryed. And most ppl are getting right around an oz. So they work great for me just did not like these sitting in dirt that's all because it can lead to other issues thanks anyway though
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    I did not say you can't grow with them, but they are definatley not the best. You look to have small pots, soil, not the best type of ligjts and small yielding/short plants. 55 grams is nice i suppose for a side project along better plants, but 70 to whatever days for those little plants, you surely could do better. As the other poster said, I'd look into better breeder of autos and the strains sizes/yields/days to harvest and you should do better than the Dwarfs will give you.
     
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    tekdc911

    tekdc911 Well-Known Member

    if the bottom leaves are touching the soil and you believe they will cause problems .... then why not just cut them off
    .... its a dwarf and led's keep them compact ..... prune the bottom or point a clip fan at the base no biggie ..... looks like its just heading to stretch
     

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