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Bloodboy3494 started grow question 4 years ago
How can start to max yeild please don't think I am expert this is my first grow lol. Topped b lubbery x so mango successfully. Didn't risk with bloody skunk. What can do and best to train plants. Thanks in advance
Bloody skunk auto first grow
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Bloody skunk auto first grow Bloodboy3494
Bloody Skunk Auto®
6 comments · 4 years ago
Week 3
Techniques. Defoliation
Witty420 answered grow question 4 years ago
Almost at harvest bs when her top starts to form i lsted just the top.nug instead and very light just enough for top lights to hit

the secounday part of nugs with out

removing leaves she does.not like high nitrogen one watering at 1 10th of a high nitrogen food burned her
Stick answered grow question 4 years ago
Hi @Bloodboy3494! Well it's a combination between good light, good nutrient, good care. I've been using BioBizz for a while on autoflowering strains and had great results following this feeding schedule: As you can see, you shouldn't be using such doses of BioBloom at this stage. Try to stick to this schedule and you should never encounter any deficiency nor toxicity. Now, about the training part, I won't recommend more than 1 topping session per auto plant, they just won't have enough time to recover and this will impact your final yield. Let them grow a bit after the topping surgery, then gently bend the main stems down to increase light penetration and encourage side-branches production (LST). Hope this will help, keep us up-to-date and happy growing :facepunch:
Experimentgreen answered grow question 4 years ago
Hey there so when i think of indoor and yields...the main 2 things i think of are the strain(you can't beat genetics) and light(what quality, type of light, and how much and evenly is it being distributed.) Youve already done 1 great thing by topping it, now if you can lst nicely so youll get good even canopy thatll help with the light absorbtion. Also keep an eye out for leaves blocking your bud sites or creating too much shade and make sure to clean up the bottom of any leaves or tiny buds that won't amount to anything and get em outta there. Theyll just sap up energy the big colas could be using...i didn't do this to one of my outdoor girls and I'm sort of regretting that now.
Lastly the best thing you can do....keep the plant healthy and happy, i think unexpected problems will hurt yields probably more than anything, so measure your nutes and be on the look out for various problems pests/mildew etc. I'm no expert so I try to always keep reading, listening to podcasts etc to try picking up little bits of knowledge here and there.
Congrats on the 1st grow! That's an exciting time. :v:
CRiSPrGrow answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello my friend, your plant is already healthy ! To get bigger yields you need three things, nutes, light and pot size So for the light it's very simple, the more light the better. If you can get another light it wont hurt ! second is the nutes. You did the right thing with bloom nutes during veg. Autos have a short life so it s okay to use bloom nutes during veg. For the next steps, consider buying a chelation agent (fluvic and hummic acid) to add to the watering. Otherwise there are Enzymes which also work. Have you considered adding mollasses to the feed ? very good thing to add because it has carbs which the plants use to grow. Otherwise I would say let the plant guide you, she will grow big i'm sure. Next time try a bigger pot maybe a 5 gal. Anyway it 's a bit late to train the plant, but it should work. Take a hook a plant it in your pot then put the main stem through the hook so its 90° and parralel to the soil. Basically the leaves should form branches going straight up around week 6 and it should start looken real pro. Good luck ! dassit :rocket: .
OutForReal answered grow question 4 years ago
Hello ! To have a max yield you need to : 1st = stop bio bloom which is a flowering nutrients and your are in vegetative stage so use Bio Grow instead of Bio bloom. 2nd = be careful with the PH and prefer 6.5 in soil ( even if you can go 7 max ) . 3rd = You can use LST and bend the stems with a rope. But honestly the best way to max yield is to not over do and buy an Ec/ppm meter to know the nutrients level in the water and don't give the plants too much or not enough. I hope it will help you :grin::+1: