vagabondrobb

vagabondrobb

#1 Autos

First grow...

Two dwarf Auto #1 and one Lemon Haze. Was planning on coco coir, but ended up planting seedlings in John Innes seed mix, and will go on into John innes no.1/compost/perlite mix. Coco next time! First grow from seed, so anything can happen!

Auto #1 / Lemon Haze

Day 35 (Week 5)

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12 photos

Day: 35

Any experts out there have any ideas why these leafs are yellowing? Most of new growth but also seeing it in some of bigger outer leafs. Lower leafs are fine so don’t think nitrogen deficiency, and doesn’t seem like light burn either as some of the highest leafs are ok! Cheers!!

2 years ago

Day: 25

+1

Growth starting to pick up a little now on my Auto Dwarf - Into fourth stage! Unfortunately had to let go of the lemon haze, maybe some dodgy genetics there. Replaced with a Sour Diesel now into second week and looking good.

2 years ago

Day: 25

Can anyone tell me if this lack of pigment (light green/yellow) a characteristic of new leaf, or indicative of a problem? Cheers

2 years ago

kushqween

kushqween Sometimes my new growth comes in light then darkens up! But most the times light leaves means nitrogen deficiency. I would give it a few days and see if it continues or spreads then on the next water, get it some nitrogen

vagabondrobb

vagabondrobb Thanks! I will add some nitrogen to the next feed!

Day: 17

Transplant complete...

2 years ago

kaplanalec792 What soil an nutrients do you use

vagabondrobb

vagabondrobb Was planning on coco but for reasons beyond control had to find something else last minute... so John innes seedling mix, then into John innes no. 1/compost/perlite. Tbh I will probably just use tomato feed as spent too much ££ on coco stuff, but haven’t decided yet. There’s nutes in the soil for another few weeks I think. Also got some mycorrhizal sprinkled in there around root balls.

Day: 14

Getting there slowly. Hopefully transplanting in a few more days...

2 years ago

Day: 9

Left this baby to dry out as I overwatered... continuing to grow and colour better, but not looking too healthy either. Think she will make it?

2 years ago

CraigBengfort

CraigBengfort Honestly most likely not and if it does your yield will significantly be reduced. I’m not sure why people start growing with autos because there is 0 room for error. With autos no matter how good or bad things go you’ve got about 90 days from start until harvest so any setback really hurts, with photo periods you can extend veg as long as needed to get things back on track

vagabondrobb

vagabondrobb I will be happy to get one plant out of three and a mediocre harvest, as at this stage I’m mostly interested in the process and learning to do things correctly. So on your advice maybe next time I avoid the autos! I appreciate the input!

Day: 9

This baby was first to germinate and first out of the ground by a long way... seems way ahead of the others for some reason, despite exactly same conditions

2 years ago

herbhorder

herbhorder Genetics probably

Day: 7

Anyone know why this little buddy’s cotyledon is tinged brown?

2 years ago

Prodigy

Prodigy Let it dry out before your next watering hard to tell with the purple ish light

vagabondrobb

vagabondrobb Will do! I’ve kept humidity around 70-80 and never let the top soil really dry out, so could be too much H20. Other two are looking good, but perhaps they’re lucky...so far!