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Old 04-10-2017, 10:46 PM #521
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Dang, It was this grow and another grow on here where A guy was growing A cross he made but was actually doing A pretty big selection with either high hundreds or around 1k plants.. But these are the 2 grows that made me super interested in Autos again.

I lost hope when I tried the ORiginal Lowryder/Ruderalis about 7+ years ago and I was SUPER dissapointed. I didnt know as much, if I did I prob woulda have kept them to breed with lol. I was so dissapointed at quality, not knowing that I shouldve been using it as breeding stock haha!

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Old 04-11-2017, 02:33 AM #522
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Dang, It was this grow and another grow on here where A guy was growing A cross he made but was actually doing A pretty big selection with either high hundreds or around 1k plants.. But these are the 2 grows that made me super interested in Autos again.

I lost hope when I tried the ORiginal Lowryder/Ruderalis about 7+ years ago and I was SUPER dissapointed. I didnt know as much, if I did I prob woulda have kept them to breed with lol. I was so dissapointed at quality, not knowing that I shouldve been using it as breeding stock haha!

Nice Job Bro!
Thanks man! Well.. I'll just say in my opinion a lot has changed over the last 7+ years, if you work non stop you can comfortably get through 3 generations of breeding autos a year, so plenty of room for advancing stuff over that kind of time scale.

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Old 08-08-2017, 10:57 AM #523
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After having the summer off from growing I just started 3 Double Grape.
I am so looking forward to trying this strain, I just love me some good fruity flavors and the frost on these babies low phenomenal
I'll back at the other place in the next month or so see you there.
Gonna go with Autopots & Biotabs this time and see how that goes.
Any tips on using Biotabs? or is it as straight forward as they say?
They say water with plain tap water, is that what you use or do you Ph it?
Got two young ladies in pots and number 3 just shed her helmet
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No photos to share but the grow has started. Using the wet paper towel method to germinate for the first time. Was somewhat disappointed with my autos last go around, but it was my first experience with them. Fem photoperiod before for around 7 or 8 grows, mostly Nirvana, OGR rascal and Connisuer genetics. Will start with 5 sour bubbly and 5 Deep Blue C F2. Always wanted a BOG strain, but he does not do any fem seeds. Sour Bubbly will be as close as I can get right now. Hoping the Deep Blue C does come up with a sweet berry scent. Will post up photos when finished. Two 400 watt lamps (MH and HPS together) in organic soil, and I'll back the hell off ferts and let the Promix, cal mag and perlite do it's job. I may add just a little Maxi bloom along the way ,but not much. My fox farm burned the hell out a few autos the last time and it scared the hell out of me. A big ups to Mephisto I had 5 seeds in each package not the 3 I paid for and they gave me 10, yes I did say 10 Heisenberg special freebies. Damn I love you guys now and may love you even more after I'm done. Peace and respect dudes.
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A quick comment about pro mix organic.. This does not hold moisture very long at all. I have encountered some germination issues with the medium. I have only 4 sprouts up as of now and all 10 seeds had broken their shell in the paper towel germination method. I will keep the medium wet daily until I get more sprouts up. It dries out so fast, as I do have a few fans going on the pots.
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dear mephisto, Just a question on the sour bubbly in a 2 gallon promix organic soil some cal mag and pearlite around week 4. They are starting to set buds at this point and just a few fan leaves on the bottom of each plant have yellowed and are dying. Is this normal at that stage. They have been given 1 teaspoon of maxigrow and molasses in a gallon of h2o for 6 seconds every other third day only twice. Plain water every third day for all other waterings. I've fried autos with fox farm grow big last time and I am avoiding that altogether. Is this normal and I don't need to add any N to the plants. I have 4 sour bubbly, 2 deep blue C and 2 Heisenberg specials going. I just can't get my final 2 empty pot to sprout the triangle kush. I fucking suck at germinating seeds and have forever.
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Ok, Mitch and the boys or maybe girls after Oprah's speech last night, deserve some love for their auto strains. I tried autos for the first time last year and did not do a good job with them. I treated them like the photo fems I used to grow. Bad mistake on my part. I am doing better this time and remember less in more with autos. The most immature plant is their Triangle Kush and it has the best structure of all. Photos of Sour bubbly, Heisenberg Special and the Kush. Getting close at 9 and 7 weeks sour bubbly and Heisenberg Special respectively. Wonderful aromas coming out now on the sour bubbly. I'll show some more photos when they are harvested. Pots, lights, and soil are addressed earlier. Water and slight feed every 4 days. I'm liking the results so far.
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I've got to add this, As you wait for your plants to attain the peak of maturity, I now find that having an oz of some good ganja helps you continue to water flush and feed them as along as it takes. The published days to harvest by breeders is an estimate and almost always takes longer to get it right for your grow. These are organic soil comments because I do not grow hydro, I'm sure that is quicker. Take a hit, hold it and say, they can go another week, I feel fine. Peace and respect, everything is IRIE Mon.
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