Thanks your your reply.Cave Hill Cole wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 12:24 amHey bro,
Look like you got a bit of a mutant auto going on there. I found that more common with autos when I was growing them. If it were me, I'd start some new auto seeds.
Some tips i found handy when growing autos:
- Use a big pot (I found 3-5 gallon fabric pots worked well, going bigger for soil grows) and plant your seed directly in your final pot;
- I topped my autos, but be careful with defoliation, it can stress some autos which halts growth (pretty much any stress will slow growth);
- If your growing in soil make your mix extra light/airy, add in extra perlite or grow stones;
- I always grew at least 2-3 autos at a time (always different genotypes), because quite often with autos I'd get a bad pheno (plant showing negative physical traits), always great to have backups;
- Keep the light to 18 on/6 off or 20/4, the ruderalis genetics like lots of light in a short period;
- Always add layer (about 5-7cm deep) of perlite at the very bottom of your pot, before adding your medium. It adds an oxygen pocket for your roots
- Remember your plant eats light, so the bigger the light the bigger the plant (up to a point, too much light can cause toxicity)
Good luck bro...autos take some time and patience to figure out and grow well.
- I have bought some new 5 gallon fabric pots
- Medium will be coco coir and perlite
- Bought some new Samsung invisible sun lights
Ah, the last mix I did, I mixed the perlite into the coco coir. So put a nice layer of perlite at the bottom, and not mix it in?