@Jeff420chef I know what you mean lol! These autos may be small but if tended to attentively they can produce major buddage lol!!
Honestly, if it wasn’t for the support and help I have gotten on this forum , I would have drowned my girls long ago. It is quite uplifting to find a group of folks willing to take time to help others. I’m thankful for that:pray:
My hat off to you, I too appreciate and practice your style of grow. Thats the game and dialing it in is the plan. Good going and good growing to you.
Oh man you make me so hopeful for the future! Those are quite gorgeous what was the final weight on one of those?
Oh Wow! Good googly miss moogly! Look at them!
How do you get them to stay small and condensed?? Mine are 4-5 ft tall!
Matters NOT the weight.
The journey and the smoke are the experience.
Learning will help so much, you won’t believe it, till you experience it.
@Jeff420chef They’re still in my tent. I have 4 in 7 gal pots but I only had 3 pieces of plastic to set them on while cleaning my tent floor-I need a clean space or I’m uncomfortable lol. I’m hoping that this is my week or early next. Idk.
Really depends on genetics again and also maybe your light strength/ height
You look like you are going to have a massive harvest!
@Cgm I kept the light pretty close to the canopy since early on and use lst to tie the branches out horizontally to the containers edges. One is topped though cuz it was racing away from the others.
Now that’s intense attention for sure. Takes skill and finesse I’m sure!
Not one of those but this one here gave up 4 oz finished bud.
Light height has a lot to do with how tall/bushy they get. I keep the lights within 20inches all through the grow.
The one in this pic was under 3 ft (if it was standing up more).
Cleaned out the 4x4 last night. 2hours. Happy now. Bonus, maybe. Re-alignment of girls necesitated a branch clipping (and I need smoke). Found branch ladies to be with seed. Multiple. Pinched out a few for confirmation (green/immature?). Matters not, I previously removed a few hermis and even tried to pollenate a few flowering CLONES (not the GIRLS). Somebody shot their pollen somewhere. Cleaned tent with vacuum, clorox, and alcohol. Clean grows grow better, I believe and practice a clean grow is a better grow
@Cgm I’ve been following some growers in here to refine my limited skill set. Last summer I just went on a hope and a prayer and had such good luck with a local wild weed that when searching for a seedbank stumbled into this forum. It’s been very beneficial to see and hear so many points of view. I take what I need when I see something I can apply to my style.
Yes you can always learn something new and different and apply that to your own knowledge and grow. Very interesting avenue to consider, though way beyond my skill set. I really just winged it, asked for advice when I needed it and kept reading here. I have gained so much thru this process.
AMEN, Best year of schooling (in 3 months) since Popeye’s 9-mos AVI-C7.
I was never impatient. The Veterans Administration has trained me well. It took 20 years of complaining when the Va finally did a MRI on my neck. Emergency surgery 3 weeks later.
So no…not everyone.
But many are tho.
Dammmmn, those are not small! Those are killer. I’m waiting for this GG to do that, but I don’t know. It’s been about 10 days from first pistils.
@MrPeat Gotcha. I was just speaking in generalities-not for anyone specifically such as yourself. My bad. Ty for your service sir.