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Hello, First I wanna say ... Thank you! Strainhunters for the fast and stealth seed delivery. My Autoflowering skunks are here and they are growing healthy and strong. :)))

Since I'm a first timer I have so much questions.
Here is some info for my grow room:
Grow Tent: 240x120x200 cm.
2 x 600W HID Sylvania lamps.
Also I have a vent system and a carbon filter.

In this tent, I have 30 6L containers with light soil mix and 30 Autoflowering skunks inthere.
Please any advices will be appriciated.

Thank you.

Here I share some photos of my babies :)










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Hi mate, 


The auto-flowering varieties need a lot of hours of light to be very productive. You can keep all 18/6 culture to obtain the best results.
The first month is good to have moisture above 70%
From the first month, you must lower the humidity to 50% or 40%
We hope to see the evolution of your plants !!

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Hi again today is day 13 from putting my babies in soil ;)
It's 18/6 and the humidity is about 60-70 % and the temperature is 27-28 at the day and 23-24 at night.
I think its all good so far, please share your opinion.









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