Plant a new “Auto” seed while my plant is still making giant buds

Today I took the risk of placing an “auto” seed that was a gift from @jonyouder directly in the ground with the hope that it will germinate in a few days. I don't know how it would turn out but some friends gave me the advice to place the auto seeds in the final harvest container and not in the ground.

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My process of germination in soil is very simple, first I buy the best quality soil that some people I know sell in my city and the pot of the desired volume. I usually use 10 liter pots, although I have a 20 or 25 liter pot. The second step is to add the soil to the container and the last step is to dig 1 cm to place the seed.

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Once I place the seed I cover it with soil and add water, before doing that I forgot to place a rod to indicate where to place the seed because lately the seeds I have took at least 10 days to germinate and I had given them up for dead .

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A bud worthy of appearing here

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Good luck, Yeah with autos they always want the final grow spot as they hate transplants

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It's true, I don't know how long they take to flower completely These are my first auto

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