Northern Light Autoflower

Check trichs for cloudy milky full trichs and depending on effect desired some amber .,… More amber more “couch lock” less more energetic and creative. Sativa has more of those characteristics as a strain itself NL is indica so the other side of that applies there. Have you flushed it already?

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Not wanting couch lock. Hell I have trouble stayin awake even when I’m not smokin :sleeping: I’ll be keeping a close eye on her though. Since I don’t use chemical fertilizers I’ve always heard that flushing really doesn’t do anything when you use organic amendments. But I am just giving her plain rain water from here on out. I appreciate your input. :+1:

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I heard the same thing about organics but im not there yet I definitely want to go to an organically grown garden just got to use all the fertilizer i got now

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Wife and I did NL autos last run and they were like this

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Yes, I personally think it’s much easier. Once you get all your goodies mixed in then it’s just some compost tea a few times and maybe a top dressing once and It’ up to her then.

I’m amazed of the results I see with the growers on here and the level there taking it to. I admire there dedication. Unfortunately I’ve lost the patients to go that route. I’ve only ever grown outdoors and as long as the sun stays lit so will I. :crazy_face: Grow on bro…

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Looks great… All of my pistols have vanished for a quit a few weeks. Only thing I can think it’s due to some chilly nights. I never had that problem in the summer. This is the first time I’ve grown this time of year. It’s a never ending learning experience for sure.

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Day 88, 8 wks in flower. I can’t wait to try her out. If she tastes as good as she smells, haaay.
Were having a El Nino winter. Lots of rain and cool weather lately. She would be lookin better if we had more sun. It’s unusual to have so many cloudy days here. O well if I ain’t bitchin I ain’t happy. :umbrella:

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Cut it down today. 101 days from seed. After dealing with black aphids and some Bud rot I almost threw it in the garbage. I’m really starting to believe it’s not worth growing down here outdoors. You can stick Fl where the sun don’t shine. If I have to deal with all this BS this summer I’m done till I get the hell out of Fl.


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Man Fla weather in summer is so wet. When in Jax rained and lightning every night. If i grew there it would be inside. Back then Uncle Sam owned me.

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Tell me about it. Even if it doesn’t rain there’s water drippin off the roof in the morning just from the humidity. So is yours a outdoor grow or is it indoors and you took the pic’s outside?

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Wow! Really enjoyed reading this feed!! Incredible the many challenges of outdoor growing!!! Makes me more grateful for my little indoor struggles!!! None the less, great feed!!! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts::smiling_face_with_three_hearts::smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Thanks so much for your feedback and all the likes ,I truly appreciate it.:smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

I never had any of these problems when I grew up north. I never even fertilized them. I grew them in a dry pond bed that had super rich soil. Top soil was 1 & 1/2 foot thick, and the cows added the fertilizer. I had a creek right next to the gro and I just took a bucket and watered them from that. Today it’s down to a science. I’m probably not going to get that involved but the results I see from everybody here shows it does make a difference. And I took a quick peek at your gro and you got it goin on. :love_you_gesture: Here’s a evening shot of my Purple Haze last summer. Dis :poop: knocks my socks off. :boom: :crazy_face:

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