New grower needing help


I’m hoping this isnt first sign of flower?? Still wanted her to veg if I’m right @Gl1tch @Storm @Jaysittinback @LiesGrows @DEEPDIVERDAVE @Bonjoyle

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I dont see pistils anywhere so id say no is this a auto or photo?

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Not yet. Looking good though.

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She’s an auto blueberry

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Good day neighbor. Wwhere did you tie. If too low it will bend upwards at the tie, growing up and quickly be tall again (A) tie at the tip (B) to keep that whole section down

To be safe I’d never again tie an indoor plant to anything ezcept its container.
My blueberry auto, a little sick,. Other reasons

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You probably have another week maybe 2 before she flips i bet

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@CoyoteCody sold me mine (ebay)

50 was not enough, last year (outdoor use too).

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Sorry for the late reply, was busy at work! I tied the tip to keep her down

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Hi guys, hope y’all having a splendid weekend! :blush:
2 weeks old white widow auto!
How’s she looking?
@Gl1tch @Storm @Jaysittinback @LiesGrows @DEEPDIVERDAVE @1LuckyMF

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looking good bro. That’s a very happy looking baby.

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Thanks Sensei, I transplanted her today so giving her a day or two before lst.
What do you suggest?

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I use a combination of landscape staples, twist tie wire and trellis netting for most of my training. I like the twist tie wire because it is very fine and can be used with small delicate plants. Plus you can strip off the coating with your fingernails and poke the wire through the rim of a fabric pot. No training pots needed. I use the staples to add tie points to the top of the soil where I want them. the trellis net I use to support them in flower. I drop a layer the first week or two of flower and sometimes a second layer depending on how much they stretch.

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Heyyy… My training has been learning and testing so far. Lately I go a bit longer before training my photos, autos still hit or miss for me

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Oh ya, I forgot to mention that earlier. I don’t grow autos. Most of my experience has been with photos.

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Look nice and healthy.

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Id have to agree with everyone she’s looking great!!

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Hi guys @Gl1tch @DEEPDIVERDAVE @LiesGrows @Jaysittinback @Storm
I feel since the stems carries the buds, I’d prefer more stems to leaves!
Please correct me if I’m wrong
Looking forward to your replies :smiling_face:

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Here is a total view of my grow! Would be moving them to a bigger space!

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I put another grow light in the tent and fits well

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Alright guys, I’m so waiting to hear from you