KingSmoke

auto lemon flowering help

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Hey Guys, 

 

I was wondering if you can help me out with my first grow. Im doing an Auto-flower lemon 18/6 lighting and two weeks since I started feeding it with flowering nutrients. 

 

I am a bit worried as it doesn't seem to be flowering or growing.

 

Have any of you ever grown an auto lemon, any tips or advice you would be greatly appreciated. I have attached some images please have a look and let me know your thoughts and ideas.

 

Thanks 

 

King Smoke

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i have the same problems with my auto ak and auto lemon skunk

after 2,5 months there are only small buds or either nothing

 

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One thing about auto' sis this, they still have an almost one month veg. Period so really your not that far into flowering as you think. Also some auto's dont express the auto trait as well as other's, I would ease up on the mutes as it looks like it may be getting to much rite now, flush with plain Ph'd water until 20% is run off out the bottom after a few days give it half strength the mutes u were giving it. But it appears you still have a solid two months of flowering to go. Good luck, patience is key

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