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Guerrilla Growing

Growing in the great outdoors

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    • Nature
      It is an exciting time to be planning your first grow! To answer your questions and hopefully provide some helpful information..   As it is your first grow then recommend that you keep it simple with minimal plant training and leaf trimming. For now, focus on learning your watering practices (wet/dry cycle in soil) and keeping your plant healthy from seed to harvest. Once you have successful harvests then would look into more advanced growing techniques such as "ScroG / Screen of green" which requires more plant training, to increase yield. (with photo period plants, training not recommended with auto flowers)   Watering until 10-20% run off is a good idea. Water slowly so that your entire pot is saturated. In the seedling stage of your plant life, be careful not to over water so that the plants roots will go in search and fill your pot faster. This is when it is a good idea to water around the edges of the pot, but still give a little moisture to your roots.   Environment is very important to your success. Aim for 26-28c day temp and 20-22c night temps. Lots of fresh air.    With your nutrients, less is more, do not go over kill. Recommend that you understand your water EC and PH, even when growing in soil. You want to make sure that your EC and PH is within reasonable ranges so that your plant will uptake the nutrients that you are feeding. If you blast them with a crazy EC and PH then they will suffer badly.   Hope this helps at least a little bit  
    • The Budmeister
      top notch, trichomes are amence looking very very good
    • The Budmeister
      if your needing 8 then youll need to do all 10 i would think or as said take cuttings and flower same  or  take cuttings and flower mothers and keep cuts for future, as for quickest id say 6 or1/2dozen
    • OLaC
      Cheers mate, will hopefully  add some not so close ups shots to this thread before i chop her down, she's looking pretty nice as she fades