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lickthecarpet

super skunk auto

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this is the last of my patch of five seeds i put on july 5 the pic is taken on aug 3.  2 of the plants were lost to pigeon releted problems one lost to dog related problems one was gifted to a friend to test his indoor setup. this is super skunk auto.

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these are todays pics. the plant seemed to me like it was heatstroke so i removed it from the sun. it also had signs of nutrient starvation which should not be the case since it is properly fed. so i check the ph and it was found to be 7.7 too high. i think it might be a nutrient lock out so i water it with distilled water for a couple of days and i will restart feeding it with N-P-K fertilizer from tomorrow but since the ph of our tab water is still to high i try to find ways of lowering it. my grandpa used vinegar to do so but i dont know the right portion. does anybody have any idea? also does anybody know what are the white spots on the leaves? am i missing something? im not a first time grower and i come from a farmers family last years plants which i got from my friends in creta who are traditional cultivators, went to become taller than me (i am 1,83) but i cant have that going on so i got seeds from holland this time but compare to the greek ones they seem to be too sensitive or may be im missing something. any idea, any help would be most welcome.

tnx

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yeah she will not grow higher than this now, maybe your friend left it too long in her germination pot or repotted too late, with the autos i always prefered to start directly in my final pots, or repot very early.

 

But he will still get 2 very nice joints ;)

Thanks for sharing your pics!

 

Have a good grow

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yes for sure she is flowering and she is even almost ready :) Do you give her only water now to make sure to clean the plant properly ?

 

And if you want you can take away a few leaves she wont care but there aren't too much of it.

Have a good grow

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week 12  starts today and i saw the first signs of brown trichomes with my lupe. yes  im flushing her with clean water for abt a week now. i think next week will be her final but we shall see abt that. old leaves turn yellow which on regular plant would be normal, but for an auto maybe it means its reaching the end of her life? should i give her less water now? anyway i will post again next week or when im ready to harvest.

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yes now it is coming to the end and the leaves will turn yellow if you stop feeding, all perfect :)

 

By looking on your photo i see you have a good 10-20% starting to amber so yes in 1 week or even a little bit less she will be ready :) It depends your taste, if you want a more psychoactive high, not too much heavy and couchlock, you can cut in few days if you want to have a heavy effect on the body, you can wait for a little bit more than 50% of the trichomes to be ambered and cut it, the more amber the more body stoned it will get, it is more or less working like this :) Of course the genetic also affect the high ;)

 

Have a good end of grow

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so we reached the final day. almost 13 weeks outdoor grow came to end. after 48 hours of total darkness and no water time for harvest .half of her litlle hair are whita and most of the rest are brown.  it had to be done in a corner of my workshop(hence the machinery) where noone would bother. gloves schissors etc and there i go. it was a pain in the ass and quite time consuming. it took me an hour and a half for 50 grams. i hang it on a welding rod in one piece because i forgot to take more clothpins but i think it will not dry properly so tomorrow i will cut it in smaller pieces and then total darkness until the first stage of drying is done something like 10-12 days. in all the plant was very small probably because it didnt had time to for full vegetative growth probably because she was shocked from the transplant which is a mistake i will not do again with an autoflower, she just got 30 cm height. the yield is quite small but i tell you guys tha smell in the darkroom is intoxicating. i just wish the bloody pigeons didnt eat the rest of my plants now i would have 4 instead of 1. i also noticed that there was a lot of resine left on the gloves and the tools. anyone knows any way of taking it off? im not leaving it there even if i have to smoke the gloves themselves. im thinking of freezing them to crystalize it and then scraping it off. anyway i will post again while it is drying. any ideas for the rest of the procedure will be most apreciated. TNX

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hmmm....this doesn't help me  make decision to buy ....any other Journal of auto skunk???? Realy interesting strain...

Experience growers there with new auto skunk beans???

Keep Growing!

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