Sterquiliniis Audrey 2 Autoflower

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by Canadianmade840, May 17, 2018.

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    Canadianmade840

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    Starting this thread, received the seeds today and immediately put two into a damp paper towel to let them germinate. One will be getting put into a 3.5L airport, the other will likely be going into a 15L bucket, unless I find another airpot laying around to use. I plan to grow it with 24Hr 300W COB LED lighting, supplemented with sunlight once they start to flower
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    Quick pictures.. nothing too exciting yet except the seeds themselves
     

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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    Never heard of that strain. Who is the breeder? Any info on it? Seems like it'll be good with all those cobs and 2 plants.
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    The breeder is @Sterquiliniis Seed Supply..
    check them out on Instagram by the same name, on his account here... or follow this thread and i’ll Keep updates frequent here.

    Any additional information on Audrey2 can be found at seedfinder.eu
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    Any other info? Soil/coco, Dwc....i like folloing grows that might be close to what im doing/planning.
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    Ah, I see I See.. More Relevant information like that.

    So i’m Running mixed pot sizes but my Audrey 2 is in a 3.5L airport for now because i’m In the midst of switching sizes around and figuring out what works. I’m using a 300W Chinese LED Panel, on a table that’s 2x3 in a 5x5 tent.. I find the little extra space helps. I grow in soil, because it’s a bit less science than hydro is. I’m a fairly new grower, my first solo grow was last year.. pulled 2LBS Weight off of 2 photosensitive plants and an autoflower
     
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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    Damn. Nice haul.
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    8633265B-8D58-4A32-8611-BEAC430DB16D.png This is the Audrey2. She’s an impressive plant so far, she sprouted a tail in one day, I let it grow a bit further (30~hrs) then planted it yesterday.. this plant sprouted in 24hr from being planted into the soil, which has all my seedsman seeds beat so far.
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    Thanks; this was what the 2 bigger ones looked like.. threw em in a 70L bucket and let em do their thing.. mainlined them and lollipopped too, top buds were a little over 9g each when they were dried
     

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    MATTYMATT726

    MATTYMATT726 Well-Known Member

    Jeez. Wish i could try outdoors.
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    Audrey 2 at 6 days since planting. About the width of my hand.
     

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    Canadianmade840

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    Audrey 2 is killin it today, starting to grow huge. Someone take this girl to church, she’s prayin like some kinda religious nut!
     

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    Canadianmade840

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    Audrey 2 (bottom) is a beast now. She’s decided that she wants to outgrow my white widow... which i’ll Gladly let happen. The breeder has told me that Audrey is a plant that’s reliably purple, which is great for my purposes. She’s in soil with a compost made at my folk’s place. I’ve been debating setting up my own composter, but my eating habits wouldn’t be much help in making it happen in less than the next 5 years
     

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    Canadianmade840

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    Audrey has been topped now, and is spread wide, starting to set up for the mainline I plan to run on her
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    Oops, forgot to wait for the pic to upload.. here it is :)
     

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    Canadianmade840

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    Audrey is starting to grow bigger, bushing out and widening nicely from both the growth tips. It will certainly be interesting to see her finish, she already smells super dank, and hasn’t even begun to show early signs of flowering yet
     

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    MATTYMATT726

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    I like green leaves. Good looking plant.
     
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    Canadianmade840

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    She’s shaping up nicely for her mainline! Still giving off a nice funk, she’s started to throw the first minor calyxes to show that she’s a girl, she’s in the first stages of flowering now. Next up, is the stretch!
     

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    Canadianmade840

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    Audrey is at day 37 now! She’s throwing out pistils and calyxes in absolutely every direction. The smell is to the point that I can go out with my girlfriend, and someone shows her some bud, and she can’t smell it. This plant, thats about a foot tall and wide, is so rediculously stinky, that my girl is officially nose-blind to the smell of top shelf... certainly not for people with stealth needs, she smells stronger than a tiajuana whorehouse in the mid-June heat. Which is perfect for me. These plants are under a modified 24/0(18/6) schedule of light. At the 6hours the big lights go off, i’ve been running a 7W grow bulb, that’s somewhere around 900lumens of blue light. They have zero actual darkness period, meaning the terpenes shouldn’t be crazy like that... but they are! I can’t wait to chop her down and get her curing; the scent of grapes and gas overtake my hands everytime i handle her. I plan on supercropping her next week, at which point i’ll Likely have to vent the floor out to allow some of the smell to dissipate
     

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    bf80255

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    supercropping? you mean like.... snapping a branch over and letting it heal? thats not a good idea in flower bro, more of a veg technique... and not a very good one to start with IMO
     

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