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Autoflower need less light ? Help please

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Hello,all growers around the world.

I plan to start my first cob grow 400watts in 4 Cree Cxb3590 3500K for both grow and flower.

I want grow hazy autoflower cross from a friend.

I can read than autoflo sometimes need less light than others strains, they grow under 18/6 or 20/4.

I want grow like Sannie's with 2 powders for inoculate soil for good bacteria and Nutes tabs.No Ph no ec.I use half the dose for tabs because short grow times...

I plan to use soil with 30 percent coco for more oxygen at roots.

What's do you think about this ? If some auto growers can help me.

Have good vibes.

Thank's before for your help.

Friendly,Olsqueak.

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Hi Olsqueak, I have a link I want to share, and it seems very legit. It would have helped me... but, ... I grew my first autoflowers last year and stunted them royally.

 

They require a lot less nutes, at first.... anyway, check out this link. Others seemed to have verified this for me.

 

Follow this guy's advice and get 3-4' high bushes, or do like I did, and treat them like any other plant you grew, and get 10'' high fat colas, but not what it should be. He has a simple nute schedule there to print or copy, too.

 

https://www.thcfarmer.com/community/threads/accurate-information-about-autoflowering-plants.60678/

 

Good luck and best vibes.

 

Peace

 

mrG

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. I can read than autoflo sometimes need less light than others strains, they grow under 18/6 or 20/4.

 

Autos need more/longer light, because you don´t switch to 12/12 in flowering.

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