Date of publication: 2018-02-25 16:55
For smaller grow rooms , go for the Indica autoflower marijuana strain because they will be smaller, even in comparison to other autos. For outdoor grow setups or indoor setups that are large enough, a Sativa autoflower marijuana strain will be better since they will get to a bigger size and therefore have a greater yield. They will require sufficient space to grow large, of course.
That is awesome! I do not recommend 79/5 but, you are proving my concept. I can pass this info onto other Med patients in need. Thank You for sharing. Sounds like you might have a big yield from an auto flower.
Those 8 autoflower plants will grow under 67/67 but their yield will be smaller than usual. I have grown autos under similar light cycle and they did just fine!
Kept them on light 79 hours for three months,they started budding after A month and a half of kept them on 79 hours until after the full moon of the 8rd month then 67 and 67 outside Buds are getting really big and thick after that and will harvest day after next fullmoon
This method of growing autos pushes your autoflowering plant to develop a highly developed root system that will accelerate root growth (and thereby maintain larger plant growth) during the first few weeks of its life.
Autoflower marijuana plants will always be shorter than regular marijuana plants. This means they will not be as easily spotted as the more massive marijuana plants (which definitely tend to attract unwanted attention).
People are getting increasingly excited, interested, and curious about it. There is a good reason for all this excitement. This isn’t a typical marijuana trend it could be a total game-changer.
From my experience you can absolutely plant 9 plants in one box but that will make handling them a little bit more difficult.
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