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Maximizing Outdoor Autos - Guide to Growing Under the Sun

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If you are not able to introduce the plants to sunlight properly and need to simply put them out, try to pick a day that is cloudy and overcast, ideally with a few days of cloudy weather to acclimate them.
Not going to happen here. I will have to shade them a little, but they are in my tent now. Maybe that will help? :shrug:
 

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RQS Royal Jack in the front
RQS White Widow behind
 
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RQS Royal Jack in the front
RQS White Widow behind
If I want to LST them when do I start and should I? Plants in a different location with slightly less sunlight have grown a little taller with less width then the plants pictured.
 

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If I want to LST them when do I start and should I? Plants in a different location with slightly less sunlight have grown a little taller with less width then the plants pictured.
I like to start LST around day 20-25, nothing too intensive needed. Just enough to give secondary branches a bit more lights and let them think the have a shot at becoming the apically dominant tip.
 

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Plants from different location in greenhouse. Two plants in the middle (RQS White Widow front, RQS Haze + CBD aka Stress Killer at 21 days old back). Plant on the right RQS Stress Killer 19 days is a transplant (transplanted seven days ago). Small plants on the left dutch pssion durban poison 9 days old.

I think they all look a tad to small/skinny maybe except for the white widow. Do they need more light? Grow medium is exactly the same as plants in location no. 1 but these here have 7 gallon bags and I have fed them with nettle manure once. Other location only has 5 gallon grow bags and has not been fed anything yet.

Location one plants for reference:


Again this is my first grow. Any thoughts and insights would be highly appreciated! Thanks for reading :).
 

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28 days...

The weakest looking plant was transplanted after 14 days and is showing yellow leafs. Any thoughts?

Transplanted plant:

26 days old.



Following plants are 28 days old:

White Widow location two to little sunshine? Seems to be stretching for light?


White Widow location one (roof top)


Critical Cheese (back) and royal jack in the front (roof top)

 

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I haven’t fertilized them. They are growing in super soil. To little or to much nutes? Should I be worried? 33 days old. Started flowering around 26-28.
 

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Location one plants didnt get to much sunlight but should be ready for harvest soon. How do I best determine when to chop them down?

Day 71:

 

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Location one plants didnt get to much sunlight but should be ready for harvest soon. How do I best determine when to chop them down?

Day 71:

What Skell said, really it's invaluable! you be alright :thumbsup:
 
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