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Hello all, this is my first time writing something here in Strain Hunters!

I wanted to share here the journal of my five Barney's Pineapple Express feminized auto and three Royal Queen's Amnesia Haze feminized autos.

I have put them in water 5 days ago, now most have sprouted. Still waiting for three. I have some experience in growing but mostly indoors. This time I want to use the sun. I have chosen autos because I am looking for a quick harvest, hopefully the PinEx will be ready in 65 days and the AmHaze in 80. They are in pots that range from 5-11 liters, I want to do an experience with the different sizes to see if the ones in smaller ones actually get ready quicker.

I will also try to top some so I can get 2 or 4 tops. Some I will leave as a single cola so it goes faster too and as an experiment. Any advices here would be welcome. Anyway I will wait for the third knot to do any topping, something I once heard and suppose is good to the plant.

I am also sharing so I can get tips and hear what you guys have to say.

Hopefully they will become beautiful plants!

Thank you all, peace and toke on!

A music to wish a good vibes to my plants:








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nice man thanks for sharing your ladies with us hope they will have a great life and give us some nice show ;)

Have a good grow and keep us updated with some nice pics :)

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What happen to your grow herbalizer ?

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