Sebastian Good gives you some clues if you’re growing autoflowering cannabis plants the right way, so you can successfully harvest the first time you grow and avoid these common mistakes.
Autoflower cannabis has always sparked debates among growers in the cannabis community. Due to a dearth of knowledge or experience, many growers avoid growing autoflowers. Beginners are expected to only grow photoperiod plants, and while the fear of something new and unexpected is understandable, you might discover something more amazing if you just try.
Autoflowers are really easy to grow but there are basic guidelines you should know, just like when growing other plants or vegetables. All plants are different and even though you can successfully harvest the first time you grow cannabis, there are common mistakes that are better to avoid.
If you’re new to autoflower growing and are looking for an autoflower grow guide or want to know how to grow autoflowering strains, here are a couple of tips to have you growing in no time.
Autoflowers (aka self flowering seeds) are suited for beginner growers but it’s crucial you know the basics if you want to have a successful harvest the first time you grow cannabis, although you can learn as you go, it can be disappointing if you waste time and money, and end up with nothing to smoke.
Now that you know the basics and what to avoid, you’re all set up to start your first autoflower indoor grow.
READ MORE in our blog 2fast4buds dot com 9 MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN GROWING AUTOFLOWERING CANNABIS
9 Mistakes To Avoid When Growing Autoflowering Cannabis:
00:26 Knowing the basics;
00:43 Timing is a key;
01:55 Choose the right medium;
02:34 Choose good containers;
02:51 Do not transplant;
03:02 Over and Under-water;
03:23 Overfeeding and underfeeding;
04:09 PH level;
04:23 Harvest at the right time;
05:25 Don’t forget! It’s 4:20 somewhere!
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