I honestly have no idea on how to do a grow journal. Anyway, sorry for not posting lately. Tommorrow the girls will have 7 weeks since the seed went to the soil. The pics aren´t great but when the lights in the tent are on, later today, i'll try to snap some pics. So outside you'll find Francelina (Easy Bud RQS - the taller girl) and Broomhilda (WW auto RQS). Inside are Lucrécia and Mimosa (both WW auto RQS).
Well hello. Today it's the 54th day sice the seeds went to soil. I think my girls are beautifull. There's a big difference between the 2 girls on the tent. They are both tall but Lucrecia is much more mature than Mimosa. It may be just a nature/fenotype thing, or it could be the result of Mimosa's main branch being snapped on the first weeks (it grew too strong and "broke" going up instead of following the LST). I taped it and she kept growing. But maybe she got a bit stunned and delayed the maturing process. If she fills up nicely, considering the number of bud sites, i may be a marvel to see. The girls outside (Francelina is the taller one, Broomhilda is the other) are really enjoying the sun. (@Builder0101 remember when you told me outside was a good idea? Few months ago on the other thread? You were right as usual) I had to dial the base nutes because being outside they "feed" too fast (check this https://www.autoflower.net/forums/threads/lighting-expert-talks-cannabis.78621/unread). So they get around 1/4 of nutes (per liter) of what their inside sisters get. They get the same ammount of Big Bud and Carbload than their sisters.
The girls on the tent are really bushy and i have some questions. First, how fast can i defoliate (i do it every 2/3 days, and take 2 leaves per girl/per session)? Cand i do it everyday? Can i take 4 leaves per girl?
I'm leaving pics of the lower and younger bud sites. Do you think is beneficial to cut those? Will it give more "energy" to the other, bigger, bud sites? If it's a good idea, and can i still do it or is it too late? I've seen opinions going both ways, and i would like to know what your experience was.
Thanks to all.