First outdoor grow. Buds look popcorny

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  1. MaeEast

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    Hi All. I'm currently growing three outdoor autos, OG, Haze berry and Sin Tra Bajo.
    OG is on 15th day of flowering and I'm not noticing large colas that others seem to get. Buds look popcorn like and not getting tons fatter. Haze berry finally is showing prebuds and looks like it'll have larger colas. Will buds get much larger on OG? Any help appreciated.
     

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    Yeah, is long as the soil is rich. It’s a process takes time. You would be surprised how dense they can get over time. Some strains don’t grow fat buds. Some grow fatter buds if you support the colas.
     
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    Super thanks.
    Have no idea what to expect as I started a little late this year and it's my first grow.
    Flowering in stronger and longer sun through July and Aug would be better then?
     
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    I only grew have one grow under my belt. I just know some stuff. What I do know is it depends on your planting zone. On how you plant, but if you grow your plant like 5 foot tall at least. They can survive winter over night fronts. here in my area but small plants won’t do much here. Maximum sun exposure plays a key role. That’s from my own experiences. I currently sowed some seeds. A lot more late then you, so I’m really testing this winter. Because we had a very long summer last year.
     

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