Invader Zam (Auto)

Night Owl Seeds

I have 1 Invader Zam Autoflower (Night Owl Seeds), in a 3 gallon plastic flower pot, in a 3ft x 3ft x 6ft VivoSun grow tent, started out under a 315watt CMH (Ceramic Metal Halide) grow light, but moved under a 2,000w (200w actual) full-spectrum LED grow light, with a 18/6 hour light cycle, the medium is Bio-All living soil, & eventually they will receive Nectar for the Gods’ organic Spartan Regiment.

Invader Zam Autoflower

Day 24 (Week 4)


8 updates

11 photos

Day: 24

Still a bit of yellowing on the leaves from their first initial, ½ strength feeding 2 days ago. Other than that, she seems to have gotten a bit taller. Prolly gonna do another ½ strength feeding tomorrow, then full-strength for the feeding after that. After the first, full-strength feeding is usually when I start using Bloom Khaos as a foliar.

a year ago

Day: 22

This one also got its first, ½ strength feeding & of course it looks likes it got some nute-burn on the leaves. I really hope this doesn’t effect the overall quality of the plant & harvest.. I have the worst judgement for when to start feeding. Fingers crossed that it bounces back quick! 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼

a year ago


SaviiBuds If you are using a nutrient rich soil, you can normally make it 3-4 weeks without the plant’s needing to be fed. Of course each cultivar will be a little different and you have to watch your plant to make sure there aren’t signs of deficiency.

Day: 19

Not much of a noticeable difference since my last update other than getting a tiny bit taller. Also, all my seedlings are now in my LED tent until my photos finish their flowering cycle.

a year ago

Day: 16


Both plants I have under the CMH grow light are noticeably bigger than the plants under the LED grow lights. Prolly give ‘em their first round of nutrients in the next week or 2. I usually start ‘em at ½ strength & work my way up full.

a year ago

Day: 13

Just about 2 weeks in & the seedlings I have under my CMH light are lookin’ absolutely GREAT so far! The main stem looks to be strong, just a bit dark green for my liking, & looks like a tiny bit of nute burn on the tips of the leaves. More than likely from the living soil.

a year ago

Day: 9

Lookin’ a tad bit dark green for my liking. Hopefully it’s just the genetics. Other than that everything is goin’ great so far! Still no feedings for a few more weeks.

a year ago

Day: 5

Hasn’t grown as tall, but has definitely shown noticeable growth to the leaves & thickened the stem a bit.

a year ago

Day: 4

Had very little problems with germinating & sprouting. Still have it under the 1,000watt LED grow light that I use for seedlings, it’ll get moved under the 2,000watt light in the next few days. It’s my first time growing these genetics, so I can’t wait to see how they turn out!

a year ago