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Old 12-13-2018, 08:51 PM #31
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yes the height of the pot size for autoflowers should be higher than normal pots, that helps to build them one longer main root before getting bounded

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i found these under palmpots... they usually higher then normal ones, but i don't know in what sizes they available
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Been unable to grow for almost 7 years but fast approaching I will be able to do a small grow unlike all my previous ones. As I havnt really been around for a while. I'd just like to ask which are the best auto flowers you've grown and recommend for great taste & if decent yield. Don't mind indica or sativas. Just like great taste. Cheers dude.
I really liked seedsman auto white widow, and auto sour diesel haze. The haze had a better yield the widow had a better flavor. Flash seeds holy man was great in relation to effect, taste wasn't much to write home about.. The Neville's I grew had a great smell and flavor yield, but the potency wasn't that great..
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Love your thread WHIPPED... ive been working on an Auto Grow Guide over the last few days as i keep seeing people struggling to grow good autos even after yrs of them being released... just a lot of misinformation still out there.... then i came across this thread... hope you dont mind me posting up my thread...

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no, you are free to use it. altough it is unfinished yet, i am just a little lazy, and have no time to edit some new information. but sooner or later i will write some more things.
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there is an other way to maximize autoflowers,
mazarfakar ( automazar x gorilla auto ) reached the top of a 2m high tent... and it is just at halfway in flowering.....

i am thinking about to write more exact details on hydroponic growing of autos

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