First Time Grower, First Time Shower! AK-47 Strain
Several months ago, we popped into our local dispensary to pick up some cannabis seeds (gotta love living in Canada, eh!? 😂)! Neither of us have grown before; luckily for us, these are auto-flowering seeds! For anyone unfamiliar, this means these plants don't require a light schedule to initiate the flowering phase; they are "low-maintenance," if you will!
Since we live in an apartment building, auto-flowering seeds also work out well, in the sense that they can easily be grown indoors!
Here, you will see that we have 3 potted plants set up. They have been growing since approximately July. The first two plants--the tall, bushy ones--have grown at pace with one another. They started out nice and slow, and did not start budding until a couple of weeks ago!
AK-47 is classified as a sativa-dominate strain (65%), with a THC content of 17%. The plants will be tall and wide, with dark yellowish-green buds full of crystals and fine red hairs! These two plants have yet to develop the red hairs...
However, the last plant--the shortest one--took off right out of the gate!! 😱 This was the first one to sprout, and it immediately began to bud after a month or so of being planted! While its buds are definitely more mature, it does not nearly have as many as the other two. I wonder why this happened? All 3 plants have the same routine and diet..
The shortest plant has also experienced many yellowing leaves. We believe this can be attributed to its quick growth: send nutrients to the buds and cut off the extremities! 😅 If anyone has explanations or experience to give, please feel free to do so!
Not bad at all for window seal plants! Welcome to Weedcash, hope to see more grow updates from you:)
Thank you so much, and thank you for the welcome! 😃 I will definitely be posting the final results!
Looking forward to it! :)
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Haa those autos rock! they managed to get full life just there by the window :)
Maybe you have a lot of sun there ;)
Nice job anyway!
Yes, we typically get about 12+ hours of sunlight during the summer!
However, now that autumn is approaching, it's been a lot more cloudy. I hope the plants pull through okay! 🤞
yeah, i believe they need full sun more during vegetation...
and can form good buds after that even with less light...
this is the case with mine too... cause i moved them to a shadier place ;)
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