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by Becky about April 22, 2019 - report

70 days since seeds popped how do they look? I think i will be harvesting in 10 days to Two weeks?
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    thisisme 0 points - April 22, 2019

    The plant looks like it could use some Cal-Mag.  You are quite a way from harvest. There should be few white hairs still showing. They will turn dark and curl in when the bud is ready.  Don't rush it. This is the time when the buds really start putting on weight. When it is ready you need to scope the bud to the leaf to see if the trichs have turned from clear to cloudy .  What strain are you growing?

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    • Becky
      Becky
      557 points -
      April 25, 2019

      I looked at that and agree. I have been writing my own recipe to grow autos

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    pipeman69 17.473 points - April 22, 2019

    Looking good but it would be better to see a picture under natural light.
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    ROSCOE 4.389 points - April 22, 2019

    Hard to tell how the flowers are in the light. Agree that you probably have a deficiency but hard to tell in in burple. Good leaf structure.
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    bluemm 2.748 points - April 22, 2019

    Try doing some photo plants next time, this way you know how long the plant has been in bloom and you can ballpark it's Harvest window.
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    bluemm 2.748 points - April 22, 2019

    Try doing some photo plants next time, this way you know how long the plant has been in bloom and you can ballpark it's Harvest window.
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    • thisisme
      thisisme
      4.149 points -
      April 23, 2019

      It does not take much to know how long an auto has been in flower.

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    SanBoisLee 13.007 points - April 22, 2019

    Looking good but check your trics...really hard for us to see in those pics. Your time would suggest another couple weeks but sometimes you go longer...what kind?

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    stick 13.108 points - April 22, 2019

    Hard to tell under the purple light but it looks like you may have a nutrient deficency.  I'd say 3 weeks or more if you keep your humidity and temp in check. Hard to say not knowing the strain.. Those buds need to pack on more weight..

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    bluemm 2.748 points - April 22, 2019

    The spots on the leaves are screaming Calcium deficiency. Automatics are so unpredictable. But you for sure have a Calcium deficiency, and that can stunt growth. A light defoliation might be in order also.
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    airplane 20.799 points - April 22, 2019

    Gie us a smoke report  !!!

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    • pipeman69
      pipeman69
      17.473 points -
      April 23, 2019

      Yeah man!

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