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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Whenever I've grown outside, I use the same process as I do with my tomatoes..I start them off indoors in mid to late April, and then I'll plant them out in the last week in May to avoid frosts and that timing has always done very well for me.


    Some grow them in greenhouses with great success too, but that presents it's own challenges..


    The cheaper greenhouses can end up in someone else's garden if you're hit with some heavy winds, (yeah.. that's actually happened to me before )


    Humidity can also be a problem, so I've always opted to grow them outside and I've had decent success!



    This is an auto I grew in the garden last year ;


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    I can’t believe that’s an auto it’s massive! Did you high stress train it in anyway to get the multiple colas?

    Mine are small, but healthy and are into flower now, the coco, compost and perlite mix seemed to work wonders. The one that I said was ill in the OP has perked up (it was overwatered).
    Next time I will sow them in their proper pots rather than transplanting them.
    Once I work out how to upload images using the app I will show them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Origami_Specialist View Post
    I can’t believe that’s an auto it’s massive! Did you high stress train it in anyway to get the multiple colas?

    Mine are small, but healthy and are into flower now, the coco, compost and perlite mix seemed to work wonders. The one that I said was ill in the OP has perked up (it was overwatered).
    Next time I will sow them in their proper pots rather than transplanting them.
    Once I work out how to upload images using the app I will show them.
    Yep, absolutely an auto, but honestly (and I don't mean this in a show-off way), but the people on this forum, including myself grow bigger autos than this, I'd consider this girl on mid/small size if I were growing her indoors.


    Check this current outdoor grow by our Vlad, who is growing a White Widow Auto...

    What makes it even more impressive is that he's growing it in our Pepsi Challenge!


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    I carried out no training on the girl I grew, I just put her in the pot, fed and watered her when she needed it..she did the rest along with the sun!


    I've learnt over the many years of growing that genetics matter, some strains are highly sensitive, not stable and can yield poorly, so seeking out good genetics is always worth it.

    There are many recommendations here on the forum, or if you'd like more 'up to date' opinions, feel free to post asking the growers here what they have good experiences with.


    Looking forward to seeing some pictures when you share them with us.

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    Atlas seeds make some very uniform very good yielding autos.

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