Week 11 autoflower

Tmurrayftw

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How's she looking guys this is a first time autoflower grow for me shes on week 11 and going through day 9 of flush ive been using humboldts secret nute line and flawless finish for flush she has a really pretty fade buds and leaves are starting to turn pink/purple shes under 180 watts just really would love some feedback
 

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Tmurrayftw

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You flush your toilet not yer plants

Feed till harvest
Idk man seems like everyone that grows really pretty dense smelly tasty buds flushes their plants even when using organic nutes you wanna make the plant use up all the nutes left in the leaves and branches. Do you not flush at or cut back on nutes?
 

Tmurrayftw

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Never have , ever ever ever

And no, not everyone flushes

But it's yer grow..do what u want,but why starve her in the most important time when she is stacking trics and density
Well in the last week she's pretty well stacked as she's gonna get they still swell up alot during flush and fade out I guess it's just preference does your flower still taste good no bad side effects?
 

Tmurrayftw

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can you raise your light?
I can but I lowered it alot during the last week I wanted her to have some intense light a little bit before I chopped her in an effort to get the buds even more dense and I've dropped the temp and humidity to 70 f and 40 rh during the day and 65 f 40 rh at night shes getting more and more covered with trichs everyday
 

TheDifferenceX

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I can but I lowered it alot during the last week I wanted her to have some intense light a little bit before I chopped her in an effort to get the buds even more dense and I've dropped the temp and humidity to 70 f and 40 rh during the day and 65 f 40 rh at night shes getting more and more covered with trichs everyday
I guess if you can maintain your temps, but i just see that top cola almost touching the light. The one benefit to that is the bottom of the plant is getting more light though, so i suppose it works out in the end. That top cola just may end up with some heavy bleaching
 

Tmurrayftw

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I guess if you can maintain your temps, but i just see that top cola almost touching the light. The one benefit to that is the bottom of the plant is getting more light though, so i suppose it works out in the end. That top cola just may end up with some heavy bleaching
Yeah or a little fox tail but im about to chop anyways so I don't really see a whole lot of risk but possible reward from lower buds getting more light
 

Ayokiwi717

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Idk man seems like everyone that grows really pretty dense smelly tasty buds flushes their plants even when using organic nutes you wanna make the plant use up all the nutes left in the leaves and branches. Do you not flush at or cut back on nutes?
I flush normally the last week of autoflowers. Either way, your doing something right. Super frosty, and looks like it's going to be an excellent yield. This seems like its working for ya.
 

Caliverner

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How's she looking guys this is a first time autoflower grow for me shes on week 11 and going through day 9 of flush ive been using humboldts secret nute line and flawless finish for flush she has a really pretty fade buds and leaves are starting to turn pink/purple shes under 180 watts just really would love some feedback
Where did you get your seeds ?
 

turbobuzz

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Looks like a winner to me. Sure wish there was a definitive answer to the whole flush debate. I’ve seen conflicting opinions about it for years, but no scientific data to prove one way or the other. Trump is supposedly smarter than any scientist in the world, guess we should ask him and we’d know for sure. Bahahahahahah.
 

McStrats

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I'm no expert by any means but from what I've learned from alot of seasoned grower flush is one of the most important components of growing
I have come to that conclusion also. All that stuff we put into the roots has to leave a good deal of residual matter. The article I posted showed a scientific basis for that. Flushing water through the roots system makes sense.
 
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