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'Grow Autos!' is what i've so often heard from 20's patients who are eager for the day to come when they have a place to grow their own.  I laughed until yesterday, when two patients who graduated a year ago from Wayne State and went to Mount Pleasant to start jobs stopped in with bud and pics. Their budsicles of Betty Boo (from Lowryder Seeds) showed finished heights of 20 to 24 inches of solid bud top to bottom and shots of dry scale weight at just under two ounces.  They had a lab print-out showing 16.7% thc, and claimed from sprout to cutting their 5 closet growees took 61 days.

For this grow they'd switched from cfls to 2-250 watt HIDs, and went from 12-inch plants to these 'monsters' in black 1-gallon grow bags beside the suits in their clothes closet.

They were glum--the manager of the building said she has to evict them--the hi odor reeked and she'd had complaints. 

The buds we smoked were stinky, so i could see why non-budders might complain.

My point is that from 5 autos they averaged 1.95 ounces of decent meds off plants 20-24 inches, grown with 500 watts, which totaled almost ten ounces, and took less than 9 weeks.

With those yields, I'm impressed and not laughing at the strangely named Betty Boo auto.

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best enjoyed by folks who appreciate high cbd's. I am fascinated with them, but mostly in tissue culture. I've had good results too, and they are picture perfect in my experience, with the low ryders at the top of my likes(for auto's). I lol'd at one who has suits in their closet, yet chooses to grow next to them.  silly kids

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I was recently gifted a few NL x BB (Northern Lights x Big Bud) auto flower seeds.  I just threw them into my junk seed drawer, now I will go dig them out and plant them. 

 

I grew a couple of the regular NL x BB and was very impressed with the quality and quantity that I got.  I hope that the auto flower strains will be somewhat comparable.

 

I will grow them outside in 5 gallon buckets.  If you have any questions concerning indoor vs outdoor this link will provide you with some answers:

 

http://www.autoflowering-cannabis.com/inside-vs-outside-autoflower-growing.html#more-1794

 

Information on cloning auto flowering mmj check out this link: 

 

http://www.buydutchseeds.com/blog/what-you-need-to-know-about-cloning-auto-flowering-cannabis-strains.html

 

Enjoy your day :~)

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I was recently gifted a few NL x BB (Northern Lights x Big Bud) auto flower seeds.  I just threw them into my junk seed drawer, now I will go dig them out and plant them.

According to a profusely pic detailed (and funnily profane journal posted by an impatient nubie and his senior advisor) NL x BB finishes at an incredible 135 days, but is worth it.

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According to a profusely pic detailed (and funnily profane journal posted by an impatient nubie and his senior advisor) NL x BB finishes at an incredible 135 days, but is worth it.

Sorry, i don't know how to post a link.

 

 

According to a profusely pic detailed (and funnily profane journal posted by an impatient nubie and his senior advisor) NL x BB finishes at an incredible 135 days, but is worth it.

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To post a link, right click on the url, click copy then go to the comment section here right click and paste her in.

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