First auto flower grow

Any advise on how to bulk up my auto flower

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1)Strain is crystal meth by fast buds
2)Soil used biobizz and biobizz nutes
3)Ph run off is 7
4)Not sure what you mean , give what the nutrients guide specifies
5)Indoor 4x4 600w hps
6) try to keep around 75 degrees during day and as low as 60 degrees at night
7) try to keep humidity at 50-60%
8)Carbon filter with 5inch extractor fan cool fresh air sucked in from outside
9)no ac not dehumidifier yet
10) no co2 yet

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How much do you feed, and how often? Veg nutrients? Flower nutrients?
With an autoflower this part is very crucial.

Roughly around 3.5 litres once a week for feed and water every 2 days using biogrow biobloom and topmax for feed , giving full strength dose of nutes

All biobizz products
Biobizz allmix soil
Biobizz bio grow for veg
Biobizz bio bloom for flower
Biobizz top max for flower
Following feed schedule they provided

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Is your soil drying out between watering ? The sugar leaves look awfully droopy

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Yes I let soil dry up before I water again

Looks like you’re doing everything right as far as nutrients go. Some autos get larger than others. I had a blueberry that produced, it wasn’t spectacular, but some get really huge. I’m not really sure of that company’s nutrient schedule, but I’m not seeing anything wrong with your plant. Just keep on keeping on and you’ll do great. @420FragileGrow80


I’d drop light down to 1/4 if dimmable. 600w is a waste on a plant that size