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Date and time: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 09:42:33 GMT
The disadvantages of growing autoflowering cannabis are more debatable, with some people claiming the harvest is lower quality. Others are concerned with the quality of the seeds before harvest and the possibility of purchasing those that do not in fact autoflower. Finally, some dwarf strains may produce disappointing yields, sometimes as little as half an ounce per plant.
Pour the soil into pots and poke 15-millimeter holes in the soil. Plant a seed in each hole, cover with soil, and watch for a seedling to emerge in the next several days.
How much do autoflower plants yield?
The plants should be about six inches tall at this point.
You may see some tiny pre-flowers crop up at this time.
At the end of this two-week period, the eagerly anticipated harvest time will begin.
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