No but maybe I gave them a bit too much nutrients.I have issues because we have shit concentrats.Like natrium comcentrate has phosporus,phosporus got na and potassium as well and calmag has also na,pot,and poshporus.I couldn't calculate out the eight mix hahaCould you have accidentally gotten droplets of nutrient water on those leaves? That can burn leaves.
Transplant your autos it will stunt them most of the time.Also these are the girls.It's my secomd year experimenting how you can keep them loe and tiny with enough buds.My exp. failed but holy moly they had a hard life by me.They were in a half gallon container from may till july.I'm looking for a mainstream outside auto with low height and a bit shorter life cycle because sep.and.oct. are a bit tricky by us.You guys are great replying and helping.Thx.
Autos have a biological timer built in. If you make a mistake of any kind with autos you lose time off the timer. If you make the same mistake with photos you can just extend the process.Could you please explain it a bit more if you have the time.Many thanks.
Exactly the reason I am running full automation and automatic watering. Check out the Gorilla Glue at 3 1/2 weeksand when talking about them look the other way ,they piss off real easy
Yes autos start flowering within so many weeks from sprouting it varies depending on what strain etc. If you need smaller less noticeable plants then transplant them because it stunts there growth.Could you please explain it a bit more if you have the time.Many thanks.