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Bennyboi166

Beginner grow in green house.

Hello, I'm new on here today to please excuse the newb talk! I got given a plant from a friend on July 8th I was told it was an auto flower chocolate skunk. I wasn't told how old it was but had started the germination process. I got my dad to look after as I cannot grow where I live :(

He kept it in a green house well ventilated with opening windows and door.

I made the decision to harvest yesterday.

As a beginner I went in blind to the grow, my dad fed it tomato feed and slower fertilising pellets. Kept in the green house 24/7 since July.

I now realise that it had nute burn and even lost some buds when I didn't check the plant for a week. Majority of the pistils were brown by this point.

I would like some more info on growing in a greenhouse and my next grow I will take more care over. The end product was small and I'll try add pics. Happy to tell you as much as I can in order for a better grow next time.

Thanks in advance guys :)

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Lots of information here but you'll have to go and find it. Good ĺuck

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Thanks for the reply guys, unfortunatly im having trouble uploading the pics (sizes too big) I would like to get a review on the finished product but ill wait and do more research before my next grow. Thanks for the advice ill check out the posts :)

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Get organic feed and do not use chemical fertilzer and definitely not slow release pellets.

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@@MaxTrichomes thank you, I've brought the seeds for my next grow and will wait I'm a lot more organised and ready. The pellets will defo not be used. I think it was over fertilised but too late in the grow to help it. I harvested the lot as some buds started to die :( I managed to get half Oz out of it but buds were tiny. I have done more research and learnt so thanks everyone on here for the advice. Appreciate it. 🍁

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