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  1. The title of this thread could just as easily be 'oh my god what am I doing how did I end up here' Some Background I grew photoperiod seeds for around a decade under HPS, made plenty of mistakes, grew some average weed, stopped taking so much well meaning but poor advice and eventually got to the point where I was getting OK bud and OK yields and some of that improvement was down to lurking these forums. I grew so much in 2018 that I haven't done a grow for just over a year. However, those jars full of Trainwreck and Burmese Kush are now running low and it was time to start back up. Why LED? My old stuff was looking quite tired and the tent was too big for what I was doing, so it was time for new kit. My research on what was recommended nowadays landed me back here and I saw plenty of great reports on DIYLEDUK kit. Even better, pre-orders for the new PAR+ boards had started and seemed to be a great price so I ordered the 550 package. The whole 'plug and play' promise really appealed as I am not especially handy and the prospect of giant meccano kits makes my eyes glaze over. A lot of grow diaries had shown some brilliant results and the fact that you can dim the lights easily at the turn of a button instead of being restricted to whatever options your ballast had seems to be advantageous. I also hope to be able to grow decently during the summer months with LEDs and avoid suffering from the heat problems I encountered with HPS. Why Dinafem? I distinctly remember growing 4 Dinafem Critical + and 2 Dinafem California Hash Plant photoperiod plants in the past. All of them were strong, healthy plants and they were all ready for chop at 50 days into flowering, more importantly they smoked nicely. Again, lots and lots of good reviews on these boards helped my decision. Why Autos? Those of us who are married or in long-term relationships will know some things are just non-negotiable. I'm away on holiday with my wife at a certain point and while I can leave plants drying with the house/pet-sitter here, I wouldn't want them to be looking after plants for the best part of a week when they are late in their cycle. I'd actually already got a load of Dinafem Critical + 2.0 photoperiod seeds in, but the more I looked at it, the more I thought that I was probably going to have to compromise too much on veg time and still leave myself no contingency time. My knowledge of Autos was pretty outdated (I thought they were all tiny yielding dwarf plants still - how wrong can you be?) so again I did some reading up on here. The Amnesia XXL strain is one I'd love to grow as Amnesia is a favourite of mine, but the comprehensive lifecycle time quoted and the diaries showing 100+ days meant that it was a no go for me this time around. If I had that sort of time, the Critical + 2.0 would already be up and running..... The 70-75 days quoted for the Auto Cookies looked about perfect for me so that's what I bought. @diyleduk @Dinafem-Mark
  2. Pink Kush CBD Auto

    From the album Multi Strains Seedsman

  3. Hey, this June Seedsman have something extra special for you - our Auto Promotion! For the next 2 weeks, we are giving you the chance to double your seeds when you buy any of our Autoflowering 3 packs. The freebies will be added automatically to your order when you add any Seedsman Autoflowering 3 pack to your basket. We are also releasing 9 Brand New and Exclusive Autoflowering strains so why not be one of the first people to try them?! Check our brand new strains below now! The promotion will start June 10th 11:59am GMT and end June 24th 11:59am GMT :tiphat: https://www.seedsman.com/en/cannabis-seed-breeders/seedsman
  4. Sweet Pure Auto CBD® 6th generation autoflowering strain. Our first “CBD pure” cannabis autoflowering strain, with very low THC levels of under 1%, between 0,4-0,9%, and high levels of cannabidiol (CBD) of around 8-20%. The THC:CBD ratio stands between 1:15 and 1:23. Specially designed to satisfy the needs of therapeutic cannabis users who prefer to avoid the psychoactive effects of THC. Sweet Pure Auto CBD® (SWS75) is the result of the hybridization and subsequent selection of CBD-rich and THC-poor specimens, between Sweet Pure CBD® (SWS65) and our CBD-rich autoflowering strain Honey Peach Auto CBD® (SWS64). The aromas of this strain are sweet and fruity with citrus tones and a touch of cypress. Data Sheet Variety: SWS75 Commercial Name: Sweet Pure Auto CBD® Índica: 55% / Sativa: 44,6% / Ruderalis: 0,4% THC: 0,4-0,9% · CBD: 8-20% THC:CBD Ratio: (1:15-1:23) Indoor Yield: 350-450 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 50-150 g/planta Indoor/Outdoor Harveset: 8weeks from germination Height: 50-80 cm
  5. Dinafem seeds

    A nice selection of Dinafem autos.
  6. Jack 47 XL Auto® 3rd generation autoflowering strain. Tall-stemmed version of one of our most appreciated autoflowering strains, the amazing Jack 47 Auto® (SWS31). Jack 47 XL Auto® (SWS78) was developed through a recurrent selection programme of tall-stemmed and high production specimens of Jack 47 Auto® along multiple generations. This is a high yielding autoflowering strain that preserves a powerful hybrid vigor. The plants develop compact buds covered in outstandingly aromatic resin. The tastes and aromas of this genetic are sweet and fresh, with lemony citrus tones and a touch of incense. Probably one of the most powerful autoflowering strains in the market. Data Sheet Variety SWS78 Indica: 20% / Sativa: 76,9% / Ruderalis: 3,1% THC: 18-21% · CBD: 0,1% Indoor Yield: 475-600 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 60-200 g/plant Indoor/Outdoor Harvest: 9 weeks from germination Height: 65-130 cm
  7. Hello folks My grow tent has been empty now for 2 weeks and I’m missing the daily routine of caring for my babies. I have searched and read a couple of threads from the past but wanted to know what autos people are currently growing. I’m looking for a strain that is quick to harvest and not too bushy and small. I’m attempting 6 autos in a 1.2 x 1.2 x 2.0 grow tent. I will be tying down the main stems so I think it’s doable with the correct strain. I’ve been smoking cheese and skunk for 3 months so looking for something different. Any recommendations would be most appreciated. Gracias
  8. Day 15 LST begins

    From the album C4 Grow

  9. Sweet Seeds gives you the chance to acquire a small but excellent collection of 10 of its 100% feminised autoflowering seeds at a great price. In this Mix you can find several genetics. From an autoflowering Cream Mandarine to some of the latest purple varieties developed. The seeds are packed in a single tube. ★ Buy Sweet Mix Auto ★
  10. Hi We have a new video on our Vimeo channel... Green Poison XL Auto®: We hope you enjoy it! jaypp
  11. Plants Doing Well

    So these have been grown organically, from seed, started off in my window, in pucks, once ready planted into my final pots as to not disturb roots again.
  12. Hello everyone, I've lurked here for a while, joined a couple of months ago, lurked some more before posting now. As a first time grower, I did my research but still ended up making the odd mistake, though nothing major as I have a low-expectations attitude about the maiden voyage. I feel on the verge of a potential major mistake by completely failing to identify when I should be harvesting. This is a case of a) being aware of the beginner error of seeing buds, getting excited and pulling b) reading information about pistils which suggests the majority of them turning to colour/curling in is an indicator it's ready, c) only recently getting a loupe and not really having a point of comparison for determining if the trichomes have gone cloudy or still appear clear (it might be pretty stupid that I struggle to differentiate regardless) and d) being just 56 days in on a strain which seems to average about a 70 days grow. It is a Fastbuds Mexican Airlines auto, in case that matters, 45cm tall and grown under a Mars hydro reflector 480 positioned 30cm above on a 19/5 on-off cycle. Here are some pictures. If you can let me know what you think, I'd be grateful. The last 4 waterings (1 every 3 days) have been plain water. Owed more to too many nutrients in earlier weeks than starting a pre-harvest flush. Hopefully I've got all relevant information here.
  13. So here maybe a new idea for you all. ive come across something called the Kratky method. A hydroponics system with is just a bucket filled with water and a basket In the lid filled with perlite. Plant in the middle add nutes to water and grow outside. And it works! People have mentioned that stem rot and things would be likely but from what I’ve seen it works amazing and the buds come out beautiful. gas anyone else done this or is it just a lucky break he had? Also thing for Guerilla Growing purposes it’s amazing. Hang a bucket in a tree with an auto.
  14. Hi all, Starting up again after a long time off. I've come back and the market is dominated by expensive CMH 315 bulbs. Going to be growing a 4 pot Wilma system in a DR 90 (90cm x 90cm x 180cm). I'm torn between sticking to what I know (a 250w HPS throughout the grow), or going for a CMH 315. Obviously, the later is more expensive, due to the bulbs. I have however seen quite a lot of posts on social media etc about the benefits of 'full spectrum cannabis', although this may just be in relation to the oil extracted from it. Does anyone know how this will affect (if at all) growth of autos and their yields? Cheers!
  15. Hey people I would like to grow my own this year. I had brought the seeds towards the end of the growing period last year, so I want to start properly this year. I have 5 seeds, all auto flowering and different varieties. I was just wondering when is the best time to start to germinate the seeds. I will start them in the window and when ready I will move them out doors in the pots, due to the smell that may be given off. I have the pucks to start the seeds off in. Should I wait till end of February or start now. Any help and advice would be much appreciated.
  16. 6 week old dutch power

    From the album First Grow Dutch Power Auto

    this is the only one in the tent now
  17. 4 week old dutch power auto

    From the album First Grow Dutch Power Auto

    removed from tent for space issues.
  18. too little space?

    From the album First Grow Dutch Power Auto

    don't know if that's enough space so taken 1 out
  19. New ★ 2017

    5th Generation autoflowering strain. This variety featuring high levels of Cannabidiol (CBD) is the result from the cross between a selection of our best 4th Generation autoflowering strains and a photoperiod-dependent clone rich in CBD. Sweet Nurse Auto CBD® (SWS59) is our first autoflowering genetic rich in CBD. The THC:CBD ratio of this variety stands between 1:1 and 1:2. This is a genetic with a different psychoactivity, soft and gentle, adequate for cannabis users who prefer to avoid the psychoactive effects of other type of strains rich in THC. This kind of CBD-rich genetics are appropriate for the treatment of multiple illnesses because of their therapeutic and medicinal properties of both CBD and THC. Among other medicinal uses, CBD has been used to reduce anxiety, convulsions, nausea and vomits, inflammation, pain, and a long etcetera of pathological conditions. This strain is a great producer of resin and flowers, delivering a big central bud and multiple smaller buds on the side branches. It features an intense and penetrating sweet fruity aroma, with tones of Skunk, citrus and spicy notes. Variety SWS59 Commercial Name: Sweet Nurse Auto CBD® THC:CBD Ratio: (1:1-1:2) Indoor Yield: 400-600 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 50-125 g/plant Indoor/Outdoor Harvest: 8 weeks from germination Height: 60-120 cm Buy Sweet Nurse Auto CBD®
  20. Hi everyone , Black Jack Auto®, with 68 days since germination, 20 L pot, Atami Kilomix Soil and light Led Cree Cob in the room: Sweet smokes! jaypp
  21. Hi sweet growers We have a new video on our Vimeo channel of the amazing Jack 47 Auto®. Hope you like the video fellas, this plant is really tasty and the smell is fresh, sweet and very delicate. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel! Pd: sorry but since the changes in the forum, I don't know how to embed the video into the post... I appreciate if something can help me Sweet smokes! J.
  22. Hi everyone, this is going to be my first time grow. I've got pretty much everything planned but I'm a bit torn between whether or not I should plant my auto seeds straight into the final location (outdoors in the ground) after germination or plant them in pots first before transferring once they've grown for a while. The reason I ask this is because I've read in multiple places that auto strains don't take well to be transferred pots, and it can do more harm than good in comparison to just planting into the ground directly. Any advice from personal experience/things you've read would be greatly appreciated.