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  1. From the album Guerilla grows 16&17

  2. From the album Guerilla grows 16&17

  3. From the album Guerilla grows 16&17

  4. From the album Guerilla grows 16&17

  5. From the album Guerilla grows 16&17

  6. From the album Guerilla grows 16&17

  7. Hey mate, I see you went with the last season's tried & tested P#1. What a wonderful job you did with the journal! Beautiful pictures and descriptions, very well done! I would definitely enter one of the bud shots in DP's monthly photocontest Enjoy your lovely harvest. Peace, G
  8. My guess would be the first 2 are the green-o's since they look exactly the same
  9. Not much of a commitment really. In case your plant dies, you can still use the medium. 3 gal is optimal for most autos. XXL versions (Think Different or Think Big by DP) or so-called "3rd generation autos" by Dinafem would obviously need bigger pots. You can calculate that from breeder's seed -> harvest times (usually it's like 1-2 weeks more than they claim). If your seed has cracked using your wet towel method, you don't have to wait for the tap root to show. You can be sure the plant will grow out provided you have a sterile medium and don't sow too deep. The reason is it's easier to over-water. The plant also doesn't use the space of the pot as effectively compared to re-potting several times. But this goes for photos. That's already too late for autos as this will slow down the growth even if you don't damage the root tip. There, you said it. No need, it's been done many times already and therefore it's no hypothesis but a proved fact. You're welcome, there are many auto growing guides around. These are just two I read and know they provide credible info.

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