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Old 08-05-2017, 07:30 PM #1
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My autoflowers are flowering stupid

So I have 4 autoflowers going, 2 Krippleberry and 2 Bubba Yum. All under 2 Viparspectra 300s. 1 of the krippleberry seems to be flowering perfectly, tons of pistils, I'm seeing trichomes on the surrounding fan leaves, it's beautiful. The other 3 plants are all semi flowering. They have been putting out pistils for almost 4 weeks now but they are still grow, grow, growing. The budding krippleberry stopped all vertical growth about a week and a half ago and has just been focused on the buds, the other 3 plants are almost touching my lights. Viparspectra recommends 15 inches during flowering. What can I do? Should I even do anything? I feel like my best course of action to get a full harvest would be to move the 2 tallest plants out of the tent and maybe outside. Oh I'm using the Canna Coco nutrients, which just has A&B, no flowering mix. I have been feeding them some PK13/14 to try and help with the flowering. Oh I have a photo from 3 days ago. The 2 plants on the left grew something like 4 or 5 inches in those 3 days! They are now above the hanging hygrometer and almost touching my lights.
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I would just wait it out. Some auto's can get rather large, which ime, leads to a longer flower period. I would move the two largest plant to the outside edge and put the smaller plants on the inside.
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I would just wait it out. Some auto's can get rather large, which ime, leads to a longer flower period. I would move the two largest plant to the outside edge and put the smaller plants on the inside.
That's easy, I can do that right now in fact, thanks for a hella fast response.
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I would just wait it out. Some auto's can get rather large, which ime, leads to a longer flower period. I would move the two largest plant to the outside edge and put the smaller plants on the inside.
Just don't move the ones you set outside, bringing them back in.....they bring in gnarly bugs and you'll have an indoor infestation. Been there, done that....no more!

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Damn that actually won't work. I just realized the light on the right is a good 3 inches lower than the left one because of the outake, so the taller plant would be blocking even more of that light. I think I'm going to have to put one of these outside and let it fend for itself while the other 3 finish in the tent. Also on the plant I did move, the branches that were leaning on the tent itself had no backbone, they were flimsy and bent like a mofo. I've been supplementing calimagic every feed, so that kind of surprised me.
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Just don't move the ones you set outside, bringing them back in.....they bring in gnarly bugs and you'll have an indoor infestation. Been there, done that....no more!

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Thanks for that! I might have to move 1 outside and I was gonna bring it back in every night, but what you say makes a lot of sense.
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Viparspectra recommends 15 inches during flowering. What can I do? Should I even do anything?Gently LST (low stress train) your cola bending....just a little at a time so you don't snap the cola branch. Yeah, Dr. Krippling gear, our experience, has been is bit unstable...or like you mentioned...semi-autos.
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Viparspectra recommends 15 inches during flowering. What can I do? Should I even do anything?Gently LST (low stress train) your cola bending....just a little at a time so you don't snap the cola branch. Yeah, Dr. Krippling gear, our experience, has been is bit unstable...or like you mentioned...semi-autos.
I wish I had started LST while they were still small :( I had no idea they would get this big. I don't really have any place to bend them too now. The entire tent is leaves leaves and more leaves. Also would changing the lighting at all help these flower if they are semiauto and not real autos? I'm at 18/6 right now, should I drop to 14/10 or something? I thought that would just hurt the yields of the plant that did autoflower.

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With semi auto, 14/10 works. Can't say for sure....only tried a few of Dr. K's autos to compare to ours....so give it a whirl.
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With semi auto, 14/10 works. Can't say for sure....only tried a few of Dr. K's autos to compare to ours....so give it a whirl.
Is all a learning experience so at worst I will learn more for next time. Thanks for all the information man, you seem to be the autoflower guru. I was looking and it seems like seedsbay is the best place to get your afterthought autos? The prices seem incredible.
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