First Outdoor NY grow

Discussion in 'First Time Marijuana Growers' started by UpstateSomplace1649, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. This is my first grow outdoor in NY. These plants were started three weeks ago from seed. Regular potting soil with extended release nutrients. They will be going out tomorow. Very sunny secluded spot I can water at twice a week. I plan on planting them in the same bagged potting soil in the ground. My question is do you think its to late to start these? Will it be fruitfull? I know I will learn so either way I'm committed. I can grow as late as mother nature allows me to. These are pictures from today. I only plan on keeping ten or twelve if they are females. All input and feedback welcome. I'm here to learn. These photos are from week 1 to week 3. A few I just took.

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  2. You want to stay away from the time release nutes, they can really throw off your Grow. It's a little late to start outdoors but you will produce .Grab a good soil with lots of perlite !

    Good luck.
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  3. Ok. I'll grab some different soil. Glad I didnt buy any more of it today.

  4. I got the seeds from my friend. He said they were feminised and that they were auto flowers? I know what feminised means. But what about the other term?
  5. Auto flowers flower on their own, usually best on an 18/6 or 24/0 schedule through out their entire life, they'll finish faster than your demonized photoperiod, usually ready to harvest in 2-3 months from germination. I have an auto going outdoors now, it's doing great and has yet to flower.
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  6. Do you think starting from this late in the year they will produce any bud? If I can safely keep them out until mid October?
  7. @spliffington so what do suggest? I'm wrong about autoflowers?
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  8. They will def produce bud might be a tad bit late on harvest. you'll be ok.
  9. looks like she's just being a troll. You know, the thing she bitches about all the time? Yeah, just more hypocrisy from spliff, no surprise there!
    To the OP, you are definitely late getting those out, but if they are autoflowers it shouldn't matter at all. Auto flowering means that the plant will automatically start to flower regardless of what the light schedule is. So to answer your question, yes, they will probably produce assuming you can keep them healthy, ect, throughout the 60 days of flower and keep animals away.
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  10. I also just started a bunch of seedlings about two or three weeks ago I know it's way late in the season but we should still be able to get a little something and stuff looks good best of luck

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  11. Pics

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  12. Updated pics. Going out tonight. Keep updating.

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