• The Autoflower Conversational

    Weekly Topics:

    1. Myth Busting - Autoflowers Revegging (can autoflowers reveg? Give us your thoughts!)

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  • We're looking for grower submissions for any autoflowers that they have had tested by a lab or using a home testing device. The idea is to create a grouping of tests that we can use a resource to show growers (both new and experienced) what kind of cannabinoids and terpenes some of the strains we're growing are testing out with!

    Appreciate any help and consideration! Click here for the thread!

Latest reviews

  • Glass ones that are thick are smoother than metal counterparts
  • Glass ones that are thick heat up slower
  • Can be dropped and stepped on to crush it in emergency
  • Highly portable
  • Glass ones can sometimes spit liquid resin in mouth
  • Must be kept clean
  • Easily lost
  • Might suck through towards end of smoking sessions
I've owned a lot of these. Some are great, others not so much. The good ones tend to be medium in length [cig size] and thick [not as thick as a cigar].
I like these because if on a hike or in public - in an emergency- you can toss them very far or drop and crush brush away and it looks like broken glass not a broken pipe. Buy a plain looking one - no silver flakes etc you always want to be thinking about emergencies.

Thanks and love yall folks.
  • Very nice plant that yielded well
  • Didn't work very well for sleep.
I harvested a SeedStockers Purple Punch two months ago after checking out its genetics on Leafly, and discovering that the photo versions are rated as very sleepy stuff.
I grow mainly for sleep.
The plant was very pretty and yielded 4 oz dry in 4 sq ft of hydro with zero topping, training, or pruning in 11 weeks from seed.

Sadly the strain didn't deliver the good sleep my wife and I were expecting.
We keep careful track of and record nightly sleep results.
This strain averaged about 1 hr less sleep for us than the average strain I've grown for sleep.
We averaged a total of 5 trials each.