Auto white widow started LST

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Ngrow20

Ngrow20

Hello I am new to this it’s my 3rd grow first was an auto green crack which I didn’t care for properly that left me with airy buds about an ounce...second was photo gelat.og which I let veg out longer but I wasn’t able to take care of that much either ended up with 2.5 ounce dry and looks good but has lots of seeds so it may have been light leaks, stress or a hermi is what I was thinking. Anyway this is an auto gem white widow that I just started to attempt LST on. How is it looking? Any tips or pointers I could try? Just watered 3tsb of fox farm big grow about 3 cups and it drank it up in about 3 days and last night watered with tap ph to 6.5 3 cups. Thanks any help would be appreciated.

oh by the way it’s indoor grow with fox farm trio nutes and 5 gal fab pot with FFOF
 
Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Let it alone so it can gain size, go light on nutes, looks dry i would fully water and check ph, then let it alone for a bit till it gains size.
 
quirk

quirk

My technique for repeatable, zero defects auto grows, with predictable yields, is to wait for a well developed 5th node, which takes 20-24 days, remove everything under the fourth node (produces next to nothing) and start tying down nodes around the pot throughout the grow. Good luck.
 
Ngrow20

Ngrow20

My technique for repeatable, zero defects auto grows, with predictable yields, is to wait for a well developed 5th node, which takes 20-24 days, remove everything under the fourth node (produces next to nothing) and start tying down nodes around the pot throughout the grow. Good luck.
Thanks for the info. I see your using an air pot. I was wondering how well they work and if you would recommend them over all other types?
 
Ngrow20

Ngrow20

I'm equal opportunity, but prefer air pots because I don't have to install grommets and they're adjustable.
Nice. Do you have any recommendations on getting some for a fair price? Was looking for 3 or 5 gal preferably
 
Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Its a bit small to train, i have an auto over 9 weeks old, female but would not flower so i cut light cycle to 12 12 and left in veg, now things are going well, i train my plants by bending the branches away from fans and leaf tuck, a bit of pruneing if nessasary and thats about it, pic is an unknown auto that did not want to flower by cutting the cycle i saved it, i expect to chop around day 80 to 90. Not to old for a plant this large
 
Ngrow20

Ngrow20

My technique for repeatable, zero defects auto grows, with predictable yields, is to wait for a well developed 5th node, which takes 20-24 days, remove everything under the fourth node (produces next to nothing) and start tying down nodes around the pot throughout the grow. Good luck.
How much did that yield?
 
FozzyB18

FozzyB18

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My technique for repeatable, zero defects auto grows, with predictable yields, is to wait for a well developed 5th node, which takes 20-24 days, remove everything under the fourth node (produces next to nothing) and start tying down nodes around the pot throughout the grow. Good luck.
Excellent…have a baby I will try this on…
 
ImpulsiveGrower

ImpulsiveGrower

I'm equal opportunity, but prefer air pots because I don't have to install grommets and they're adjustable.
Nice grommets on the fabric pot. I just use my trimmers and make small slits and run my garden ties thru that. Here’s my auto white widow I’m about to pull. Where did OP source the white widow auto? Mine was from 207 genetics… love training my plants..
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Ngrow20

Ngrow20

Oh here’s the final before I cut btw…Meh not too bad I suppose but wouldn’t call it great. Dry weight ended up with 2 ounces
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