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Customer questions & answers

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Hi. How much time the strain stays in vegetation stage usually?
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Hello! Our Orange Sherbet takes around 9-10 weeks from seed to harvest so the vegetative phase should take around 4-6 weeks.
by Felts 4 weeks ago
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Does it need a lot of nutes?
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No, it won't need more nutrients than any other autoflowering strain.
by Walter 7 months ago
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When should I start training?
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we recommend start training your autos around the 3 week when at least 3-4 pairs of leaves have fully developed.
by Swafford 10 months ago
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Is it a good choice if ive never grown autos?
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Yes, if you've grown photoperiodic strains before you shouldn't have any problems growing this autoflower.
by Popwell 1 month ago
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How do I know when she's ready for harvest?
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It depends on several factors but as a guideline, when 75% of the pistils have turned brown and the trichomes are cloudy it's ready to be harvested.
by Stuart 3 months ago
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What lights do you recommend?
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We cannot recommend a specific brand but we strongly advise using good-quality LEDs or light bulbs with the proper wattage to cover your growing space.
by Janning 9 months ago
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I've heard that autoflowers need less nutrients than photoperiod plants and now I'm really scared of overfeeding mine. How much nutrients do you recommend?
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Hello! You should start with a lower dose and gradually increase it until you are feeding a full dose, always looking for signs of overfeeding.
by Sternal 6 months ago
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First time grower here! I'm getting close to harvest and my leaves are turning yellow. I don't think I'm doing anything wrong. Is this normal?
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Hello! If your plants have grown healthy up to this point and you have already started flushing, it is completely normal.
by Gisler 8 months ago
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Does it matter if I don't add perlite to my soil?
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Hi, thanks for your question! Perlite is not necessary, it should be used when you want to provide more oxygen in the soil.
by Frauenkron 7 months ago
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I have planted my germinated seed in the soil, but it has grown with the seed shell still attached. Should I remove it, or will it fall off by itself?
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Hello! You can remove it if you do it carefully but it should fall down by itself.
by Delahunt 6 months ago
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How do I know when to start flushing the roots? And how long do I need to flush?
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Hi! You should start flushing 2 weeks before harvesting and continue until you chop your plants down.
by Annonio 5 months ago
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My seedling has a purple stem. Should I be worried?
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Hello! Red or purple stems can be caused by incorrect pH levels, a magnesium deficiency, inappropriate humidity or temperatures, and it can also be a characteristic of the genetics so if your plant is growing properly you shouldn't worry at all.
by Mark 2 months ago