Wtf is going on here?

Discussion in 'Auto-Flowering Strains' started by Jweaver, Dec 18, 2017.

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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    Nope just plain PH’d water
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    IMO I would one. of my plants started looking like that ( note leaf pic ) and it stunted from lack of calcium it still produced, the other 5 were caught in time and weren't stunted. Again still a good recovery
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    Grow Big has magnesium in it. They’ll be getting that next watering. Thanks for acknowledging that someone doesn’t need to proscribe to the internet dogma in order to grow autos. My first auto grow btw, just got 25 more in the mail. I may just get another tent and rock 40 every 2 months!
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Ok bro you got this, but calcium is what I was talking about. Really every 2 months where you get those beans would like some
     
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    Oh shit yeah you’re right I should look into that!
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Per breeder 7 week strain going on 90 days don't go by what the breeder says
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    Beautiful!
     
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    frizzayy

    frizzayy Member

    I've transported all 6 of my autos into 5 gallons no problems whatsoever was very gentle
     
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    Where are all of the autoflower experts now? Tallest ones are 14 inches at almost 5 weeks
    Where you at https://www.rollitup.org/members/aksala49.923090/?
    I highly doubt that pic was of any grow you’ve done? You can clearly see that this is the same tent, lighting and everything. Not bad for 11 day turn around right? Don’t worry I’ll keep posting since they probably have another 5 weeks or so to go, you sad fuck.
     

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    Thegermling

    Thegermling Active Member

    Not bad. I got two autos going rn (first auto grow too) and from what Ive heard is if you cause the plant any stress at all, yield will decrease. No matter if they look good now (recovered) they wont yield as much as if they could have without being stressed that bad. Your expertise definitely saved them though, nice work!
     
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    Dabber68

    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Nice job again like I said you got this bro looking good
     
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    tripleD

    tripleD Well-Known Member

    I've bn growing Autos exclusively for a couple of years now, and I've probably made every mistake possible, and I learned awhile back that while most posters on here genuinely want to help, there are a few maggots that just want to spew their NEGATIVE BS so they can feel better about themselves. I Just try to ignore the AH's with their hateful attitudes and thank the kind folks who are willing to try to help.....
    btw- I have transplanted Auto's out of my own personal curiosity, and yes, it can be done, but the yield was much less than when I direct planted, so I personally would not recommend it. Good job on saving them!
     
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    I just can’t see planting that little seedling in a 2-3 gallon pot? Way harder to water, and to root for me. I’ve never done that with any plant
     
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    tripleD

    tripleD Well-Known Member

    I Just prewater the soil a day or 2 before planting and then I plant directly into a 5gal pot. A day or 2 later once it pops the surface I feed it a shot glass of water a day for a few days and then I feed it a gallon every few days as needed.....gl
     
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    I like using rapid rooters! Those things are like magic
     
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    Go go n chill

    Go go n chill Well-Known Member

    Egg zackly
     
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    16 inches tomorrow begins week 5 they should be 2ft by the end of the week. If that’s a stunted plant I’d love to see these not stunted?
     
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    Jweaver

    Jweaver Member

    BD25EE8F-2034-4AEA-80FE-C8A89AD7DA08.jpeg 18-20 inches end of 5th week
    Haven’t started flowering nutes yet, will start next watering. Using Sensi Bloom
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    Tastybudz024

    Tastybudz024 Active Member

    Lmao! Funny shit
     
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    MotherOfFups

    MotherOfFups Member

    This just happened to me for 3 weeks :(

    (EDIT: Actually, this isn't what happened to me, sorry. I neglected to calibrate my pen out of the packet, thinking it would be factory set. It was 3 weeks before I bought buffer.)

    And then you come to the internet and get grumpy peeps taking on your problem, and then blaming you! Dude, I was lucky because I didn't come across this grumpishness whilst searching for my solutions on this here forum.

    Hang on in there, 97.4% of tokers associate da herb with love.

    :peace:
     
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