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Hello guys,

These are auto amnesia (advancedseeds). They were meant to be grown 2-3 weeks inside and be moved to a guerilla spot so i didn't bother with pot size and soil composition. That was a mistake. Because of external factors they can not be moved until 4.5 weeks. Now they are 3 weeks old from sprout. I guess because of the small pots and lack of proper nutrients they got stunted but went into preflower. The soil is 1/2 coco 1/2 peatmoss with a small dose of slow release nutes.
Do you think they will recover? Are they too small to give a decent yield?
Thanks!
 

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They look OK … 3 weeks is right on time to start flowering … outside in 10 days isn't optimal but it will work … make it a sunny spot … next time start them in Root Pouches w/ quality soil and the transplant will be seamless.
 

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They look OK … 3 weeks is right on time to start flowering … outside in 10 days isn't optimal but it will work … make it a sunny spot … next time start them in Root Pouches w/ quality soil and the transplant will be seamless.
Thanks. I was really curious to hear a second oppinion. I will do it properly next time. This year things just got a little crazy in the personal life at the wrong moment. Fortunately the dug holes are in the sunniest spot you can get. Not even a branch to make shadow
 
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