I just got some Jacks 321. I am seeing great results with Jacks Petunia feed and bloom booster…
@Graysin how are you? Been a long time. I have been away for a while but looking forward to starting a new grow.
@Graysin when you have Germinated your seeds and you are putting them into soil, what do you do for light schedule and what do you do for watering?
Hey brother! I’m great. Just absurdly busy lately. It feels like I got hammered with shit to do in like March and it never let up
How’re you doing?
**I’m good. Extremely busy as well. So glad you are doing well
@Graysin it seems like life doesn’t let up some times. How are your plants doing now?
I transplant mine 3 times every on from solo cup to half gallon then 2 gallon then 5 gallon adding dirt i mix an cow manure
@Graysin what light schedule should I use for autoflowers in Vegetative and Flowering stages. I saw online that it should be 20 on and 4 off but I have been using 18/6 in Vegetative. Should I change it?
Go 18 6. They need the rest.
I do 18/6 along with my vegging photoperiods. I keep it simple.
@Graysin what PPFD do you use for autos during vegetative phase?
@Graysin what do you do to keep your plants from stretching out too fast and too much. I would like to see them bushier for lack of a better term.
@Graysin I guess Fimming is the best method to encourage bushier plants
Stronger light closer to the top of the canopy. I tend to top once, and fim the offshoots afterward. I also train really early, like 5 nodes early. If they start squat, they tend to stay squat.
@Graysin Will too much light cause plants to wilt? My plants were looking great until I turned up my light. Now they are wilted.
@Graysin will my leaves perk back up if I lower the light intensity?
Is it near lights out? Did you just water? Or is it time for watering? They look sad, but I’ve never really seen that from light intensity by itself.
Try lowering the intensity and see how they respond, but I feel like something else is happening here.